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JANUARY 3, 2009

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"Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your common sense."
- Gautama Buddha


Wow - it's 2009. How time doth fly. A very mysterious phenomenon, time is. I wish you all a very happy, prosperous and productive new year. It certainly promises to be an interesting one, with the energy changing as it is. Can you feel the shift, the quickening?

Thank you to those who came to the solstice celebration - a great time was had by all. I invite you to come and join the Bhadra Collective in Toronto on Jan. 18.

This newsletter features the sixth in a series of articles on The Physics of Mysticism, exploring the parallels between what the ancient mystics and modern scientists are telling us about the nature of our universe. In this issue we'll look at Time Lines.

If you'd like to access past newsletters containing the ongoing articles on the Physics of Mysticism,  Magic, the Power of Mantra and other topics, please visit the 'newsletter' page of my website,  whyislife.com

Peace and love, Dennis.

by Dennis Gaumond


Here is a concept that can be difficult to understand - the idea that there exists simultaneously, many realities in the form of different time-lines. When a certain key decision is made in response to a circumstance, the ensuing sequence of events is called a time-line. It is said that a time-line exists for each of the other possible decisions that apply to the same circumstance. For example, there is another time-line based on the consequences of John F. Kennedy deciding not to ride in the cavalcade on that fateful day in Dallas.

There are billions of time-lines. This may be easier to comprehend if one thinks of each of these realities as a type of fiction existing in the consciousness of the souls involved. All of these realities eventually come together into one reality.

A soul exists in many time-lines at once. When a young soul encounters a set of circumstances to which it must react (a point which we shall call 'A'), decisions can be made based on love, on fear or on any of the innumerable possibilities in between. Each of these possibilities becomes a time-line. Theoretically, each of these time-lines/choices can co-exist. From point 'A' then, many branches extend, each representing a choice/course of action. Each branch would then arrive at a subsequent set of circumstances from which many further branches could extend. As you might imagine, this would soon result in innumerable time lines.

However as the soul becomes older and wiser, having learned from past mistakes, it would make better choices, resulting in fewer branches/time-lines. In other words, many possible decisions would no longer be considered. Eventually, the soul would come to realize that the only sensible choice in reaction to a particular circumstance is one based in pure love. All other choices would no longer be considered. The time-lines eventually come together again to a single point (which we shall call point 'B').

This same model can be applied to the greater system, the collective, which also makes decisions. It can also be applied to the universe. If point 'A' represents the 'big bang', the start of creation, then energy exploding outward forms countless time-lines. Eventually, balance or homeostasis is reached and energy begins to contract - a process that science has called the 'big crunch'. The time-lines resolve into point 'B', a single reality. The stage is then set for the process to repeat.

The concept of time-lines can be found in the traditional mystical philosophies, and it made an appearance in the new physics midway through the twentieth century. The mathematics of quantum mechanics predicts many possible outcomes for a sub-atomic event and the 'Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics' presented by Everett, Wheeler and Graham suggests that each of these possible outcomes actually manifest into parallel realities.

The Bhadra Collective in Toronto

January 18.

with special guests:
Gary Diggins -
trumpet, flugelhorn, didgeridoo

Pam Gerrand - vocals

WHERE:  The Trane -
964 Bathurst St. - a funky nightclub on Bathurst, north of Bloor.
Listen to audio-samples from the cd,
'Soon Come Shekinah' at

DATE                                             CITY                                        VENUE               ______________________________________________________________________
WED., JAN. 7, 09                      Guelph,                              Unitarian Church
7:45 to 9:30 pm                        Ontaro                   

The Unitarian Church is on the corner of

Harris and York Streets in Guelph.

For more Detailed directions, check out guelph-unitarians.com
with Pam Gerrand and Dennis Gaumond
Friday, Jan. 30,  7 PM

Pam and Dennis offer an experiential journey to your heart wisdom, weaving original songs with ancient chants that are literally codes for healing and harmony. You will be entertained, soothed and moved by beautiful music in an intimate setting. You will experience the power of voices united in a common intent.
*No previous musical experience is required.
Even if you don't consider yourself a singer or musician you will be delighted at your ability to join with others to create powerful sound through toning and chanting.

COST: $25

WHERE:  The Community of Hearts Yoga Studio

826 King St. N., Unit 21

To register call Joan Schaner at 519.880.9339 or email shraddha.jschaner@sympatico.ca
Hamilton - A Concert with David Hickey and Dennis Gaumond - Feb. 14
Waterloo - A Workshop with David Hickey and Dennis Gaumond - Mar. 8
Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge/Guelph Dowsers will now meet every 3rd Monday of each month.

"We have a venue booked that is reasonable and just off Hwy 85, one exit before Northfield, exit at King, turn right and turn left at the first street onto Conestoga."  
The Zone Training
483 Conestogo Road
Unit 2
Waterloo, ON N2L 4C9       mapquest.ca
Next event - Monday, January 19, 2009.

Geopathic stress areas can be located through the process of dowsing. Geopathic stress from the earth can be caused by distorted fields of radiation via water veins and earth grids. Manmade geopathic stress are caused by disturbing the earth's natural field and emitting manmade electromagnetic frequencies which come from anything electrical (transformers, power lines, satellites, cell phones, etc.). All these forms of geopathic stress have a negative effect on our health because they are not within the earth's natural biological frequency range. Our cells cannot understand these frequencies and they interfere with the cell being able to 'hear' the natural frequencies of the earth that it has naturally evolved with over time.

Presenting are Special Guests:
Anne-Marie Norris and Kinga Burjan, BSc.,

Bring your dowsing tools of choice - Pendulum L-Rods and Bobbers to see if you can measure frequencies and energy from one another.

For more info contact Carol Baltkalns - soaringeagle@live.ca

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