On April 15,1912, the Titanic was lost in the icy waters of Arctic Circle. The event continues to be haunting emotionally in the stories of the passengers, in film, music and scientific intrigue. I can not help wondering if this historic event from close to a hundred years ago might offer a deeper look at intention and manifestation.
If you are expending a great deal of energy to create your positive intentions and seeing no results, perhaps it is a call from your unconscious beliefs that lie below the surface, patterns built up over time and imprints asking you to heal and transform. No matter how much you visualize, believe and work towards them through saying affirmations, imagining the outcome, burning candles, making wishes, etc; the material from your habits, beliefs and patterns can override them.
Bruce Lipton, PhD, author of Biology of Belief, states that we are processing over 4 billion bits of information per second, and that your bio-energetic field while filtering all the material, can only process about 1-2% of that material consciously. Any trauma, accident, stress, imprint or habitual behavior that has not been processed consciously for more coherence has the power to divert, block, compromise or disrupt optimal energy flow and response. Positive intentions are only as effective as the underlying coherent structures that support them.
As an example, the Titanic was touted as being the biggest and best ship ever built in the early 20th Century, yet the unseen material of a solitary iceberg in the Atlantic caused its demise. The ice below the surface which comprised 90% of its mass ripped open the ship below the waterline and above the double hull where it was least expected overwhelming the ship.“It’s just the tip of the iceberg” is also correct when we are looking at unconscious material affecting the course and outcome of what we are intending.
The Titanic was proclaimed “Unsinkable and Invincible.” Everyone said so. On that day reports came in for ice fields, and the course of the ship was altered to a more southerly route maintaining a speed of 21.5 knots which is about 40 km per hour. The wireless telegraph broke down for several hours after the course was changed. When the latitude/longitude report came in with exact location of ice fields in their new path ( 10 miles of ice fields ), the telegraph operator aboard the Titanic was so stressed with the backlog of passenger’s telegraphs from lost time trying to fix the wireless that he placed the new “Icebergs” report under his elbow with the stack of other mounting telegraphs after telling the messenger from another ship,‘Shut up, shut up! I am busy; I am working Cape Race!’” This last Iceberg report never made it to the bridge.
In the excitement and hurry for this new venture, binoculars were misplaced and were not available to lookouts on the ship. That meant that they could not see well into the darkness filled with only smooth water and twinkling stars. When the iceberg finally registered as a reality that could not be denied with the naked eye, there wasn’t enough time to change course or take effective evasive action. With mounting stress after the hit, the SOS latitude/longitude location signal sent out for help proved to be an inaccurate reading of Navigational Charts which made it difficult for ships to reach her more rapidly.
What were the elements of destruction to the intention for crossing the Atlantic? While there are many theories in books, articles, etc; for our purposes here in considering the bio-energetics at work, tiredness, disorientation, collective belief, and stress response within the structure of the ship and crew step forward.
Miscommunication between crew members about the real impact of the situation affected loading lifeboats which, in some cases, filled only 1/3 the number they could have actually held. Some passengers refused early on due to the belief that the ship was a safer place to be than a lifeboat.
While each person’s life and their relationship to another created loss on the Titanic, the number of 3rd class passengers reported the greatest toll. In some cases they were blocked and could not reach the top. The steel in the freezing waters became brittle and fractured in her depths instead of being able to expand and hold the keel and hull together flooding beyond the capacity of the ship’s ability to sustain itself.
The inquiries about the details of this disaster created updates and improvements in shipping and travel across the water almost immediately. Expanding the area of doubled ship hulls, increasing numbers of lifeboats, drills and safety, improving watertight walls, and requiring 24 hour wireless reinforcements were all conscious improvements to create more coherent structure and support for sustaining life.
Your unconscious material is onboard your vehicle traveling through life. It reports your resonance through your Autonomic Nervous System through our muscles, tissues, glands, organs, thoughts, feelings and actions. When we deeply listen to what this information is reporting, we have an opportunity to expand into more wholeness and positive health so that we can see more clearly, move into the present with more insight and focus for making decisions and evaluating what is in front of us through decreasing the residual effects of stress from your past. When you create more peace with events which still haunt you by updating them with more positive frequency support, you can move forward to experience more harmony and balance.
Receiving a Resonance Repatterning Session is a wonderful opportunity to support this possibility. In a session you can update your memory bank anyplace on the time-space continuum through modalities that shift frequencies and help you move on with more life energy for your positive intentions.