Science Love It or Not

Science is not good or bad. But it can be used both ways.

Science devoid of the heart and only from the mind will produce results that are potentially false or misleading. Results can easily be produced that support the sponsors wishes and are not necessarily the truth. Statistics can be manipulated and the experiments themselves be skewed to show a differing outcome.

Science gets manipulated to provide suitable truths that keep us from questioning the way it is.

But what if science incorporated the heart as well as the mind?
Science that comes from love will always seek to serve mankind. It will ask the pertinent questions and leave no stone unturned in its quest to reveal the truth. It will always aim to unite humanity and lead to a truth that is there equally for one and all.

Science that includes love will ask far reaching questions. Questions about God, love, energy and Universal laws.

People like what science gives them, but not the questions science asks.

The questions that ask us to look at how we are living and what we are doing to ourselves. The questions that ask us to accept that we are responsible for our own conditions, relationships, emotions and health. The questions that ask us to consider that what we experience in life is a result of the choices we make. The questions that ask the meaning of life, where we come from, why are we here…..

But until science marries the intellect with love we will continue to wait for it to truly ask these deep and exposing questions.

To evolve as a human race, it is time WE started asking questions of science, rather than accepting everything we are spoon-fed without question because it suits us to remain blinkered, irresponsible and comfortable.

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Author: Dr Rachel Hall

The Holistic Dentist who Loves Humanity. Life is about people, connection, love and equality. People are suffering and have forgotten they are naturally amazing. By living in a way that is more self-loving, gentle and truthful we can reawaken our capacity for grandness.

4 thoughts on “Science Love It or Not”

  1. Hi Rachel, great to read as I often share these thoughts. I have found that even if science does find something that is “true” they often miss the mark with how it is interpreted. It seems easy to get caught up in the tiny details or the recognition, but this is not fulfilling what humanity needs, and then what is it all for? The deeper questions are ever-important and those are the ones that will revolutionize science. At the same time, there is a new kind of science for humanity to learn (no PhD required!), and it starts with listening to the body – this is perhaps where these deeper questions will come from, and science might have to put its pride aside to listen.

  2. thanks Rachel, so true. I was looking at the coffee statistics and research recently, and it is very insidious in the way these things are played out – there is a body of research saying coffee is harming, and equally a body that says it can be healing, similarly for alcohol, a body saying it is harming and a body saying it can be healing – which then means the ‘evidence’ at best is contradictory and misleading/confusing, so, that humanity is actually unable (unless they feel it for themselves in their own body) to see the real truth and the whole truth of the matter – as it is left purposely in the ‘balance’ of neither one way or the other so that people don’t get to the truth… and as you/we know, we are our our science, as our own bodies already know deeply which is true or not.

  3. It has always seemed ludicrous that the same thing can be statistically proven to be good for you or harmful – depending on the intent of the research – suitable truths as you say, Rachel. No wonder the general population is super confused.

    I certainly don’t need a scientific study or statistics, as my body really knows what is truly supportive for me and lets me know LOUD and CLEAR via skin, stomach and joint problems if what I have chosen to eat/do doesn’t suit it. I call it the science of living.

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