Paul Lowe has spent his life investigating the maximum potential for human beings and has found it to be vast, limitless and available to everybody. For forty years he travelled around the world, encouraging people to move beyond what is normally thought of as possible or impossible. He has a remarkable facilty to show people what they are not seeing about themselves, and shares his insights with caring, and perhaps most importantly, humour.
Since retiring from public life in 2007, Paul has continued to send regular emails to a group of of people that were involved in his work and a few others, responding to our state of consciousness, situations in the world and the evolution of our human destiny.
This blog is NewRealities attempt to bring Paul's observations to a greater audience. Feel free to post any comments about what you read here. While Paul may not respond directly, we want to make this an open dialogue among our readers. For more information about Paul Lowe or recordings of Paul Lowe's talks from the past few years go to: paullowe.miamedia.org
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(Thank you Shawn for sending this.)
It would seem that this doco is about communicating with animals,
to me, it is much, much more.
As shown in this doco, there doesn’t seem any doubt that this lovely woman
can communicate with animals. And there are people who say they can do
the same with plants. (It would seem that this facility is not new, but a
rediscovery of a natural ability many tribespeople/we, had in the past.)
Watch this many times - until the false information with which you have
been programmed is at least weakened, and your brain starts to absorb
other possibilities. And, try it for yourself. Very clear instances of
communicating with animals has happened to me, many times.
To me, this doco is a demonstration of something much bigger.
As the Sages have/are saying, separation is an illusion -
we are/there is only one.
Open to this - separation is an illusion - everything is.
On one leve-less level, everything has/is one reality.
When you have got comfortable with the possibility that animals, and
have a reality of which you were not aware, just gently, start to consider
maybe, so does your the chair you sit on. And your computer, and car.
Everything is conscious - because it may be that, that is all there is -
Here is another suggestion - try this level of communicating - with a
We think we communicate with each other with words, and mostly, the words
are empty. Plus, it is very rare for one human to be absolutely honest
human. Mostly, most humans are not even honest with themselves - in fact,
they do not know who they are, what they are really thinking, and what
honesty really is.
I know this maybe a stretch. When these possibilities have been absorbed
there is much, much more to share about this.
Sending support and love - for you to experiment.
2012 Documentary: The Animal Communicator
Synopsis: What if you could talk to animals and have them talk back to
Anna Breytenbach has dedicated her life to what she calls Interspecies
Communication. She sends detailed messages to animals through pictures and
thoughts. She then receives messages of remarkable clarity back from the
Anna can see the scars hidden under a monkeys fur, she can understand the
detailed story that is causing a bird’s trauma, she transforms a deadly
snarling leopard into a relaxed content cat - the whole animal kingdom
comes alive in a way never seen before - wild birds land on her shoulders,
fish gather around her when she swims, and wild unfamiliar baboons lie on
her body as if she is one of their own.
This is the first full length documentary film on the art of animal
I think most of us in the West think of Karma as something that
catches up with us in our next life? It may not be all like that.
Science says something like:
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Jesus is quoted as saying: As ye sow, so ye shall reap.
If you bend a piece of metal one way, in order to straighten it,
it needs to be bent an equal amount in the other way.
As I see it, on one level at least, that is the way it is.
And, it can take place in different levels.
So there maybe consequences in our next life -
as well as later in our life - or in each moment.
Have you noticed, when you have a negative thought
there is a type of satisfaction - like appeasing an addiction.
And then there is a feeling of contamination -
like we are poisoning ourselves. Could be that we are -
as well as the other.
When a certain level of sensitivity is realised the process of the mind
is seen more clearly - and it is shocking to see the consequences
of what we think
Another possible aspect of Karma.
Again, in the West there is a tendency to se Karma as personal.
It could be that there are other aspects.
Not only personal, but family, society, religion, companies, and
locations - villages, towns, cities, countries.
How to avoid accumulating personal Karma?
Same old thing - live in unconditional awareness, in each moment.
If something comes up - just be with it. Not supporting or energising it,
not suppressing, not avoiding - just let it be.
When you allow something to just be and go to its limit,
it will drop to the bottom and vanish.
>I meant to ask you the other day what you meant when you said
a friendship is much deeper than a partnership, if I heard you right.
They are just words - of description.
It could be that,
a relationship has expectations - of responsibility,
and thus, usually, compromise.
Same, to a lesser extent, partnership.
Friendship can be something deeper.
Less set expectations, and thus more freedom to be oneself.
So not so much compromise, and all sharing is voluntary – not obligation.
So more likely to be genuine – from the heart, and not a duty.
If all these three are combined – freedom, love without expectation,
then something very rare is happening – all on its own.
I do not think that any meeting, let alone friendship, is pure coincidence.
I think we come together for our mutual expansion of consciousness.
We learn from each other what we need to experience in order to continue
our process of realisation.
Not only is every meeting a precious opportunity,
so is every moment.
Sending you lots of love
Tania Singer is Director of the Department of Social Neuroscience,
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences.
I consider that she is heading a very important research -
based on Empathy.
Here is a short article by her that was published on goodnewsletter:
which is part of: http://www.gaiamedia.org/english/
But developing effective mechanisms for addressing large-scale shared
challenges must begin with a fundamental shift in the way human motivation
and cognition are understood.
Achieving such an understanding of human nature requires a comprehensive,
interdisciplinary approach that moves beyond the social sciences.
This is not my way of expressing, and, I agree, and, as I see it,
we still base our research on what we think we know about humans.
I have no idea where the funding would come from, but what is needed
is something way beyond what we think we know about ourselves.
(How? Needs a whole different approach.)
Just for one instance.
We talk about a food crisis, and what we can do about it.
I know, for sure, that at least some humans do not need to eat at all.
and maybe, with suitable education, no one needs to.
(We wouldn’t get much support from the vast food industry for that would we.
Same with a lot of research - would not get funding if it was not making
some people very rich and powerful - to the detriment of the many.)
There are many other human capabilities of which we know some are capable,
yet we do not seem to be researching them. We call them *super human* yet
according to many, that are not super human, they are capabilities of
which we are all capable.
Samsara - The Wheel of Life and Death. It is said that some of us have
stepped off it, and all could if we came together. A change of the direction of
Let’s not wait for someone/everyone else, let’s look, now, for ourselves.
>Dearest Paul, I had a sudden experience last week...where "I" was
>suddenly just a vibration..as were the trees, the grass, etc. there was
>no me, no feeling of being separate??
I then watched people around me..and it was as if it was a play,
everyone playing a part? and I laughed, and laughed at the ridiculousness
of this. !!
I was left with the feeling that this bliss was all there is..that this
vibration is all there is and I need do nothing but keep remembering
this??? Wanting to keep the joy the memory.. !! As if there is no longer
a need to do, prove, or try to impress, or be someone...because it does
not matter, it is a joke??? none of this is what I am??
Then the email from Kira arrives..and I found I want to go to the
just sit with you...feel you, and your vibration.!! Is this "ME" still
looking for answers..
is this "I" wanting something more? Or is this a next step, a gift the
universe has brought me?
Something has definitely happened to me, SO.... do I sit here and
OR ....do I keep following the bliss? It seems it actually is just all
Somehow????and there is nothing to do, no where to go??no one to meet??
I would so appreciate your insight and a little guidance? much love,
honor, and respect…
Lovely. To keep it short - how about,
letting go of the questions,
and just following your heart?
Thanks for sending. - paul
As I was watching, I was reminded of what someone said about life or the
universe or reality just happening. And when we¹re in tune with it,
it happens through us – as it does through whatever channels are
available. It just is.
An analogy I recognized once some time ago that differs from the parallel
universe analogy –the One Being is and does what it does, and that¹s it.
And we are all unique perspectives within this One Being.
Like a giant creature with many heads, many eyes, many brains.
The analogy I came up with was from object-oriented (computer) programming
of a virtual-reality computer game. In a computer game, different players
each have their own history, their own status, their own memories, their
own abilities. Each player¹s data is stored separately, within the *object*
that each player is within the computer¹s program. But what if our reality is
more like this? We are all separate players in this shared virtual reality
except that the data that stores my memory and the data that stores your
memory is actually the same data? Or I might interpret this data that we
share as my memory or experiences, and you might interpret it as certain
behavior patterns that you have – or vice versa.
So my interface with that data – that¹s my perspective, is unique to me, as
yours is to you. This explains why when one person observes another, then
changes within themselves, whatever that observation brought up within
them, and can then observe that the other has changed too (as in the book Zero
Limits by Joe Vitale and Hew Len) – what¹s actually happened is that the
shared data (within the One Being) is what changed.
So as was written that book, did I use my free will to override yours?
Or did you decide to make a change, and I just somehow was able to
delude that I somehow did it? Neither.
The One Being decided to make the change.
My perspective of that change was that I *changed myself*
And your perspective of that change was that something just changed,
whether you noticed it consciously or not.
But either way, it was the One that did it, and we each had our unique
perspective of it, with neither perspective being *more correct* or *more
enlightened* than the other – just different perspectives, that¹s all.
So the being that I am and the being that you are – is an illusion,
for we are different perspectives of and within the One Being.
As to what Paul was talking about, when something happens and we respond to
it I was becoming aware of what he was saying. There¹s a difference
between the ego or our sense of identity that we *have to protect*, and being an
open channel, our perspective of and within the One Being.
It¹s like our unique interface with the One Being – we build up a whole
identity from it, and we think that our perceptive (or part) is actually a
different being, separate from the whole. And as it is separate, it is vulnerable, cut off,
like the blood flow is going through a kink and we¹ll eventually fall off
dead, so we bolster ourselves up to keep ourselves from falling off into
the hell of oblivion, of eternal disconnection, death.
So the real question is – as I write all this and share it here, am I doing
it to nourish my ego, to be recognized and admired, to have my identity
bolstered up and supported so as not to fall off dead from the whole?
Or am I simply, within any need of my identity to think, responding
immediately to the need of the moment? This is what Paul was talking about and an
awareness I started having as I was watching. And to answer that question,
I think more of the former than the latter More of my identity than of
responding to the need. So who misses out then, but myself? For if there is a need
which I am not in clear perception of because of my balloon ego filling
with blood that¹s about to pop is what is getting my attention. So is there a
need or isn¹t there? I cannot see, for I miss out because of my false sense
of identity that is being expressed? What I can say is that am seeing this
happening, but it¹s still happening. So now I write to express and share
for whatever may happen As Bashar would say, there is a need, or this wouldn¹t
exist, by definition. So, what then ~is~ the need (of the One) of which
this is a part?
Something else that has been an inner debate of mine, largely projected
onto the influence of certain teachers of law of attraction.
The idea of seeing someone in need and responding. Growing up Christian,
I was taught that people are in need and we can give and help and make a
difference. Then in studying the law of attraction, teachers say that when
we perceive a need, we are joining them on their (lower) level. And when we
therefore seek to help meet that need, we are actually reinforcing their
need, for how can we create the experience of helping unless someone else
is in need. So to help, we are essentially creating/manifesting misfortune for
others so we can play the hero. And still a third camp, psychology, speaks
of co-dependency – is not helping another first recognizing that they are
in need and dependent, and we therefore to help them are nurturing their
dependency on someone else? and doing so to meet our own need,
perhaps for significance or to try to cover up sin or guilt, or because we
feel we will be rewarded, or because of low self-esteem, we supported and loved
by being needed? And this all being an expression of vampirism.
What each of those three camps have in common is they are all egoic in
nature. And Paul spoke of this as something completely outside of the ego.
So in that case, responding in the moment to the need as it arises is an
expression of the completion, rather than of lack. It¹s an act of creation
rather than of fixing something that¹s broken or lacking. It¹s being in the