Thought, word, act

The purpose of this page is to present the characteristics of creation by thought, word, and action.
General examples of creation:
  • a new element of reality is created,
  • an element of reality changes,
  • the position or place of an element of reality changes in space.
General characteristics of creation:
  • reality evolves so that man can experience his own creation, or the creation of another creator, which he accepts.
Examples of creation by action:
  • raising the hand (the position of the human body changes in space),
  • stepping, running (the place of the human body changes in space),
  • lifting an object by hand,
  • assembling an object from parts,
  • painting, drawing,
  • tailoring, sewing, knitting,
  • cutting, chopping,
  • baking, cooking.
Characteristics of creation by action:
  • man uses his body, mostly his hand, to create,
  • man may use an object to act,
  • creation takes place in the immediate vicinity of the human body,
  • creation takes place directly on matter,
  • a material object is created or changed,
  • the result of creation is immediately perceptible,
  • man uses the senses of sight, touch, smell, taste to perceive creation.
Examples of creation by spoken word:
  • talking,
  • singing,
  • making music,
  • creating sound.
Characteristics of creation by spoken word:
  • man uses his organ of sound production, especially his throat, to create,
  • man may use an object to create sound,
  • sound, vibration, ie a knowledge-carrying energy wave is created,
  • the sound is created near the human body,
  • the sound moves away at the speed of sound, gradually attenuating, transferring its energy to the environment,
  • the result of creation is perceptible in two parts: first, man hears the sound, and second, he interprets it,
  • to perceive sound man uses the senses of the hearing,
  • to interpret sound either man uses his intellect and creates thought, or uses his soul and creates emotion,
  • it is possible to heal with a sound that carries the right information.
Examples of creation by written word:
  • writing,
  • reading.
Characteristics of creation by written word:
  • during writing the writer creates a text from his thoughts on a material medium that can be easily passed on in space and time,
  • during reading, thoughts are created in the reader based on the meaning of the text.
Examples of creation by thought:
  • two people meet,
  • man stumbles,
  • man has an accident,
  • man get sick,
  • man get healed,
  • wind is blowing,
  • cloud is forming,
  • rain is raining,
  • every life situations,
  • every event,
  • every circumstance.
Characteristics of creation by thought:
  • biosignal, pure energy, light is created,
  • similar energy attracts similar energy,
  • similar energies join together,
  • the condensing energy after a while appears in reality as a life situation, event, circumstance, and the very condensing energy as matter,
  • acts immediately,
  • affects in infinite spatial distance,
  • affects in infinite time distance,
  • has infinite speed,
  • if man does not control it, the object of his thought is usually created in the future, which over time reaches the creator man,
  • the quantity of energy of thought was formulated by Grigori Grabovoi:
    E = V * S, energy = volume of perception * speed of perception,
  • the volume of perception can be increased if the object of thought is perceived from a distance by the consciousness,
  • the speed of perception can be increased by raising the level of individual consciousness, by performing concentration exercises,
  • a thought based on love, helping everyone is 100,000 times stronger than a thought based on fear.
Special examples of creation by thought:
  • annihilation of matter,
  • creation of matter,
  • resurrection,
  • changing the position of an object in space (telekinesis).