D.S. Henley – Questioning Five Sense Reality

 Questioning Five Sense Reality

There are several schools of thought that contest the mainstream notion of ‘Five Sense Reality’

Those of you who may have researched this in the past will be familiar with arguments contesting the very science we are taught from a young age. Personally, I’m at the research stage so the Jury’s out in my case, but that does not in any way hinder my desire to hear argument, for and against.

As we all have the empirical evidence of the five senses, confirmed by mainstream science, the notion of ‘Wave Form Energy’ or ‘Fourth Dimension’ may seem far fetched, however there is increasing Rationale, that contradicts conventional Science.

Waveform – What exactly is it?

Waveform; the Energy Field and the Universe

Waveform is a journey of exploration and self discovery beyond the perceived limits of the five senses. Waveform is also the HOW of accessing the enormous power of Energy and Spirit through direct experience and self-alignment and applying this in your work and in your daily life.

Miracles and the paranormal challenge our concept of reality. Any incongruence does not lie with reality but in our limited concept of it.

The world of Energy, miracles and the paranormal is, however alive, active, responsive, accessible and unlimited. When recognised, this ‘other world’ can be an integral part of our normal life.

D.S. Henley

…………has been a scholar of the science behind Waveform energy for ten years. I have decided to capture his points of view on the matter and put his argument out there for all to see and either agree or disagree.

I think this is without doubt a matter for further research, however it does go against ‘accepted science’ but that is not a reason to dismiss this argument, on the contrary, it is reason to research it further. After all, what would popular opinion on the possibility of Radio Waves, or mobile phones have been a century or two ago?

This was D.S. Henley’s first video, but I think he managed to deliver his argument succinctly, with the help of Mario K. Antoniou, who was asking the questions.

 

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