I found ''Infinite Mind'' by Valerie Hunt only recently, while it’s not a new book. It was published in 2000, but the research it is based upon dates back to the 1970s. But that does in no way turn down or diminish the importance of this book. In the contrary, it shows that...
I found ''Infinite Mind'' by Valerie Hunt only recently, while it’s not a new book. It was published in 2000, but the research it is based upon dates back to the 1970s. But that does in no way turn down or diminish the importance of this book. In the contrary, it shows that every thorough research needs decades to really condense into something we call a science.
And then, there is another lapse of time involved in this science to be recognized by the established science tradition and academia! This has to my knowledge not been done yet specifically for Hunt’s Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness, but it has been done in a larger framework, within what today is called consciousness research, and which has been fertilized by many different sciences.
I would like to focus in this review on phenomena the author observed and measured, or that she reports having been measured by others, and that later, in some cases have been corroborated by further research.
There is a staggeringly simple experiment that was repeated over and over and where observations coincided over time, and with various researchers. It is an advanced form of intuiting answers that usually is done with a computer and where the test person clicks the mouse or hits a pad every time, and as fast as possible, to give the answer to a specific question. The author writes:
—We observed that before the brain wave was activated and before stimuli altered the heart rate, blood pressure or breathing, the field had already responded. This led us to postulate that a person’s primary response in his world takes place first in the auric field, not in the sensory nerves nor in the brain./25
The same results for the same kind of experiment were reported by Dean Radin and Michael Talbot, in their books, reviewed in this volume. Today the measurements would of course be much more precise than back in the 1970s, as Dean Radin reports, and errors can be as good as excluded. It was clearly shown in these experiments that the field reacted long before the stimulus was getting to the brain, let alone triggered the action response. This important experiment shows that the human brain practices pre-intellectual decision–making that is totally intuitive, and that is probably not located in the brain, because it’s pre–cognitive, but in the aura, energy field or etheric body of the person. What answers here is thus not the brain, not the cognitive apparatus, but the field itself, the plasmatic energy at the root of all life.
The next important point to consider is the relationship between the observer and the observed, that equally was extensively treated in the studies of both Dean Radin and Michael Talbot, and countless other more recent studies.
But perhaps the most important research is the one done directly on the field, research that formerly was called aura research and that we now call research on the human energy field. This research is so vast today, and branches out so extensively that my guess is it will be the foremost research topic in the future. It will probably open the door to getting beyond the speed-of-light limitation and allow to build magnetic-driven spaceships, as we know them from science fiction. Besides, the applications in daily life are so countless that I do not need to mention them here.
As this book is very long and complex, I will focus here further on Chapter VI of the book entitled ‘Emotions: The Mind-Field Organizer’ because I believe this is one of the most important topics of the book. I will just list the quotes here that concern Hunt’s alternative view on emotions, which exactly coincides with my own research on emotions:
—Emotions carry the essence of our unique and collective consciousness. (...) I suggest that human emotion is the organizer of energy fields./104
I have done this re-evaluation of emotions research in my books and I speak of a unique emotional identity code, and now find in the present book that Dr. Hunt speaks of a specific ‘personal emotional field signature’ (p. 111), which she describes as a form of steady state of emotionality that represents something like a unique emotional patterning that differs from one person to the other.