Pizza Consciousness

Pizza Consciousness

A small family pizzeria stands opposite a tall church in Waldkirch, Germany. The town nestles between two mountain slopes of the Black Forest. Max is standing in front of the window of the establishment, drooling over the large picture of a pizza. A short man of medium build in his early seventies is enjoying the new experience of being semi-retired. His life has been full of deep experiences. Sliding his right hand through his greying hair Max studies the photograph of the pizza. His nostrils welcome the array of smells from inside. He slips into a memory of other experiences from his life so far.

A pizza is made up of four basic sections, which can be further sliced into 12 chunky, tasty pieces. Each segment of the pizza can be custom designed from a variety of toppings. Some people like more cheese and tomato paste. Others add items like anchovies, mushrooms, rocket salad, onions, meat, fish, chicken, sausage and more. Some prefer vegetarian and non wheat- based crust. In designing a pizza, everything is possible to suit the individual person’s needs.

Like a pizza, Max considers that humans are made up of carefully crafted elements that are coded with different aspects of consciousness. When you bite into a pizza you may be on the slice that has the perfect ingredients for your individual coded needs and awareness. When this happens you are in contact with your authentic self. Only then can you look through eyes of clear, unpolluted perception. He remembers the Sawubona state; which implies the viewer sees him or herself at a deeper level, through the eyes of the observed. “The God in me sees the God in you.”

Screenshot 2018-12-11 at 19.06.10Then, Max’s eyes move to the three o’clock position of the pizza picture he is looking at and examines the items in that wedge. He sees bacon, pineapple, sticky cheese and blobs of tomato sauce. His stomach immediately sends him a message of feeling sick. Max’s immediate reaction is, “I don’t want to eat Pizza.” His thinking mind, accompanied by ego, continues in judgment. Looking at the Pizzeria, he forms the opinion that this really is a cheap foreign run joint.

In the next moment, Max breathes, shifts his attention to another part of the pizza and regains the Sawubona experience. He hears a voice inside: “Look through eyes of awareness. Be touched by what you are seeing and drop your critical perceiving.” His ego is reduced to the size of a pinprick. Max returns to his openhearted ‘being’ state while observing the whole pizza. “Where you place your attention is what you perceive,” he reminds himself.

Max slips off into a space of exploration. Perhaps, he senses, that every human being is coded like a pizza. People are constructed in perfection, like a well-designed pizza that sustains a blissful life on Earth. However, at conception, the unfinished business of the family tree like fear, unhappiness, unfulfillment and more, is passed down into the pizza of perfection.

The genetic code energises the pizza with influences that become our task on Earth to complete. In doing so we re-integrate our individual coded perfection that already exists. We discover that everything outside of us can be viewed via two forms of projection. Either we see though eyes of little or no influences from our childhood conditioning, or we reach the outside with perceptions of our
own known perfection.

Oh, that is why the Sawubona doesn’t always work, realises Max. When we bring perceptions loaded with conditioned thoughts, influenced beliefs and judgements to our eyes that is what we end up interpreting as reality in our outside view of the world. He remembers the saying, “One only sees what the mind projects.” This makes so much more sense now in his waking up to deeper levels of understanding.

Max is ready to turn away and continue his walk around the picturesque town with its old buildings, little town houses, cobblestone streets and shops that looked more like the time of the 50’s. The church bell rings out in agreement of Max’s new awareness reminding him that he is hungry! Pizza? He becomes aware of the pizzeria owner opening the door and walking right up to him. His olive complexion, dark hair and moustache suggest an Italian heritage. This is apparently true, since his occupation is to make pizzas. The man rubs his dough-coated hands on his apron from where another pizza logo stares at Max.

“What kind of pizza would you like?” Asks the pizza maker. At first Max is unsure why the man had come outside. Perhaps business was slow and he wants Max to help bring in more income for the day. “Thinking again from my conditioning,” thinks Max. “Okay stop,” he says to this inner voice. “Remember!” echoed wise Nana’s voice in his head; the South African black cleaning woman from his younger days. “Look at everything with your full Sawubona experience. Stop these thoughts, wipe the influence and conditioned part of your hard drive clean of conditioned perceptions.”

In doing so, Max’s eyes falls upon the pizza man’s gaze. He opens his heart to the hunger he feels and the pizza man’s offering. Instead of seeing a foreigner, a threat because of his own limiting perceptions, Max accepts the invitation. He orders exactly what he wants and engages in a salivating feast of his own unique pizza self.

The pizza consciousness kicks in. He enters deeper into his own awareness. In looking outwards, he is touch with a warm feeling of gratitude. Thanking the man with a pat on his shoulder, Max steps onto the cobbled street to enjoy his walk bathed in warm sunlight.
The pizza effect is a term used especially in which a community’s self-understanding is influenced by (or imposed by, or imported from) foreign sources. It is named after the idea that modern pizza toppings were developed among Italian immigrants in the United States (rather than in native Italy, where in its simpler form it was originally looked down upon), and was later exported back to Italy to be interpreted as a delicacy in Italian cuisine.
– Source Wikipedia

Vision Therapy Upgrade for the Year 2020

Vision Therapy Upgrade for the Year 2020

Conventional vision therapy, functional and Behavioural Optometry makes uses of lenses, prisms and vision therapy tools to enhance the brain and eye coordination. The therapies based on a diagnosis of problems of vision, such as convergence, accommodation, binocularity etc.

Vision therapy has been a a successful medium to alleviate the obvious physical signs and symptoms of vision problems. Within the past twenty years, more and more connection between the mind and brain have been recognised by scientists. Slowly, medicine and professionals in health are beginning to accept the premise that the visual system is heavily influenced by emotional and other psychologic processes. Even the role of consciousness is now considered and a mechanism that can influence the functioning of the eyes.

More recently, the evolving science of Epigenetics has offered positive ways to modify the history of the DNA by guiding the patient in managing their environment. Former “Genetic” coded diseases, like Myopia, R.P., and Cataracts can now more effectively be managed through changes in how the patient lives.

In this video, Dr. Roberto Kaplan shares his ideas of the EyeCode® Kaplan Awareness Training (e-KAT) with two of his colleagues.

Vision Therapy Upgrade for the year 2020 from Pashya Roberto Kaplan on Vimeo.

My Eye Macular is healing!

My Eye Macular is healing!

More often than not, people are finding out that reckless non-caring of their eyes are leading to life-threatening conditions, like early onset of macular degeneration. Female Patient Y, in her middle sixties, had less than 20 percent visual acuity left in her left eye. Her wish was no injections, medications or any other form of invasive methods. She undertook a two-year self-responsibility process in modifying her lifestyle to see if she could prevent further loss of eyesight. To improve her vision would be an added benefit.

From 2016 to 2018, she listened to self-healing audios to program healthy perceptions and reduce negative thoughts about her eyes. Patient Y examined the EyeCode® message of what the macular of her eye was messaging her about her future direction. Now that her work life was over, children grown, what was next. How could she let in a man into her life?

Yes, as surprising as it might seem, the way we lead our lives is intimately related to how we look through our eyes and program illusionary perceptions into our minds. The physical structure of our eyes is extremely sensitive to survival perceptions and a lack of connection from their owner.

So, we can learn a lot from Patient Y. Her Ophthalmologist who was not involved in the Energetic EyeHealing, after two years measured healing of the macular tissue. Her eyesight increased by 15 percent, which is significant in her ability to be more functional in her life.
Macular changes in 2 years

She never gave up hope. Patient Y refused to surrender her power to conventional medicine alone. She took on self-responsibility for her well-being. Control visits to the Doctors were fine, but first, she took charge of her own life. Where could she more aware of daily activities where she lost contact with the effect it might have on her eyes? Taking breaks to rest the macular and make a connection, like a friend. It is working. Patient Y is excited to be in her own power, using the awareness training of Energetic EyeHealing, and not a victim of her eye condition.

May you do the same.

Seeing is Nude

Seeing is Nude

“Seeing is nude. And you can come to truth only when you are absolutely nude; when you have discarded all clothes, all philosophies, all theologies, all religions; when you have dropped all that has been given to you; when you come empty-handed, not knowing in any way.” Osho

There is a great difference between looking and seeing. Looking implies that there is something to find outside of yourself. This means you already have an idea of something to look for. Imagine being in an Eye Doctor’s office. You asked to read the smallest letters. Your success will determine your looking ability. If you don’t look clear enough, you will be told that you need lenses before your eyes to help. This method of testing your ‘Vision’ is highly prejudiced. Your looking is directed by a concept of what you think it is.

Osho says: “At the most, it is just belief; you have been conditioned for it. Then you go on looking.” Truth of perceiving is not rooted in looking. Looking corrupts the eyes. This is like looking for love or health. The desire to keep this looking part alive drives the central part of the retina (Macula). Looking keeps the idea, or understanding alive, and that is all. Something you are looking for ends up that you are missing something.

What is needed is Seeing. This is the ultimate clarity, “Open eyes, open mind, open heart” says Osho. You are not focused on a particular outcome of thing, “…just ready and receptive. Whatsoever happens, you will remain alert, receptive, understanding. Conclusion is not there. Conclusion has to come. By your own eyes you will see, and there will be a conclusion. The conclusion is in the future. When you are seeing, the conclusion is not already there.” concludes Osho.

For more ways to really see –

Eye Prevention – The failure of Western Eye Medicine.

Eye Prevention – The failure of Western Eye Medicine.

A new eye care has been born. A growing group of consumers visiting Optometrists and Ophthalmologists are now looking toward the future, whereby in the year 2020 eye prevention, like dental hygiene, is part of eye treatment plans. The legitimacy of Psychosomatic medicine in Germany offers a truly Holistic approach to make eye prevention a reality. In this video skype sharing, Dr Roberto Kaplan talks about the development of this fascinating approach to eye and vision challenges.

SEEING is more than clear LOOKING

SEEING is more than clear LOOKING

The human eye is designed to manage two packages of incoming light. A very focused bundle of light strikes a central point in the retina, the Macular of the eye. The information stored in this light is extracted for building thinking and an understanding of what we are looking at.

On the other hand, the scattered light strikes the retina, which covers a large surface area of the back of the eye. The information in this light is used for sensing, seeing and feeling the context of what we are looking at.  Our perceptions through this feeling and seeing are usually based on non-clarity.

In this video, you have an opportunity to experience these two forms of perceiving.

Two eyes for seeing deeper into ourselves

Two eyes for seeing deeper into ourselves

We were given two eyes. Most of us take this fact for granted. There is a strong assumption that if both eyes are open, then we are looking through both. This may not be true. Certain measurements show that 65 percent of persons lack the full integration potential of simultaneously looking through both eyes. Let’s explore why do we have two eyes and is there a deeper meaning than science provides.

Did you know that looking through both eyes follows a developmental sequence? At birth, there is much less coordination between the eyes than at 12 months.  The process of two eye integration, called binocularity, continues through the first six years and maybe even beyond.

Also, were you aware that certain life experiences, like stress, emotional ‘woundedness’ and conditioning can result in a partial suppression of looking through one eye?  It appears that a breakdown in binocularity can be considered a protection of certain perceptions. Since the primary role of the brain is to protect us, it makes total sense when we perceive a situation that is difficult to manage, the brain can help by partially blocking out some of the view. This internal process can be measured with precision using clinical tools.

One such instrument is in a stereoscopic device, with a target named the Van Orden Star.Van Orden sample

While looking into the instrument, the left eye sees the left side and visa versa. The test is to choose similar patterns and then with a pen stylus draw the lines until they appear to meet.  The top diagram is a relatively good binocularity with some instability. The lines ideally meet at the horizontal position at the 0 point, and the same for both eyes. 

This tool is great since it reveals the double process of vision, that is central looking and peripheral seeing. The foundation for binocularity. In the bottom drawing it is clear that the level of binocularity is way less. This person has a strabismus, a crossed eye. The left turning in more. In her projection view, she saw exactly what the top person saw, except her result is very different.

It is one thing to analyse this information in a strictly visual science manner.  That is the person on the bottom would probably benefit from vision therapy, and then they would better see through both eyes and the drawing would also improve.  On the other hand, if greater binocularity is possible, and it happens, what inner shift in perception would be necessary? If a suppression of one eye and/or a turning of the eye is a survival strategy, then wouldn’t it be prudent to find out the cause of the suppression and combine this approach with vision therapy?

Another way of looking at this situation is to ask the question, what will the person see, and have to face, when they are looking through both eyes? What aspects of their life would they see that they may have previously denied or avoided? Are they emotionally strong enough to face the pending changes as they enter into the depth of seeing with higher levels of binocularity?

Consider this for a moment. Is it possible that our two eyes give us the possibility to enter into greater and greater depths within ourselves. That through experience, we discover our potential for wisdom.  To have a view of life that is less materialistic based and more connected to the very essence of our spirit.

Turning a blind eye.

Turning a blind eye.

It is much easier to deny the truth of what we are looking at than face it. In Visual science we call this a suppression. If we feel uncomfortable with what we are looking at, that is, we cannot understand, then we have a central suppression.  If our feelings are affected, that is, we do not know what is being seen, then we have a peripheral suppression.

Turning a blind eye from the brain is an innate survival strategy. It is the basic function of the brain. Consciousness is facing what we are looking at and seeing. It is being present in awareness. This is our task. To be human is to evolve our consciousness to such a degree that we face our challenges and problems. We look, we work out a logical strategy. We see possibilities that feel correct and make sense. In doing so, we build a set of experiences that advance our wisdom for living.

Conscious Seeing .