VISION: The Multi-Dimensional Model
“Everything is energy”, is a well know and often uttered statement by Albert Einstein. It is taught in Science and (as far as I am aware) is never challenged nor refuted. But Einstein never said that only “electrons are energy” or “electricity is energy” or more related to this topic, “light is energy”. He said “EVERYTHING is energy”. If this is the case (which it is), then we are first and foremost energetic beings before we are physical bodies (composed of the same elements that make up the stars).
Modern day philosopher and author, Serge Benhayon, took this statement one step further and said, “If everything is energy then everything is because of energy”.1 This brings us to a point of responsibility at a time when we can no longer pretend that conditions (and in this case vision conditions) are just unlucky or purely a result of genetics.
Take myopia for example; we now know that although genetics play a part, the way we choose to live and work (or study) has a major effect on the outcome. Not only that, but we can choose a different way (more sunlight, less near work) and get a different result. We also know that diet and lifestyle have a huge part to play in both the progression and reversal of many eye conditions (such as macular degeneration, diabetes, hypertensive retinopathy and some cataracts), and we also know that this is not the full picture, that there is more.
I share a model of vision that includes the fact that everything is energy and that everything is because of energy and then use it to better understand some of the conditions that we have or see and treat on a daily basis.
This multi-dimensional model of vision was developed from shared wisdom, life and my patients and offers a model of deeper understanding.
Benhayon S. Esoteric Teachings and Revelations. UniMed Publishing, Goonellabah. 2011;220.
"And thus, the Multidimensional Model of Vision, based on the fact that we are more than mere flesh and bones, more than our anatomy and physiology. Carmin’s directness is refreshing, her expertise and experience undeniable and she does not mince words – without ever coming across as the slightest bit imposing or dogmatic." - Gabriele Conrad, Editor