Spoonbending For Peace
Since Uri Geller first attained international prominence in the 1970’s, millions of people have been fascinated by the idea of bending metal with their minds. There are dozens of other ways to apply this energy, but bending metal supplies the necessary drama that will help us move to the next level. In other words, if you are able to do this then you will be extremely excited, and this excitement will serve you well as you apply this energy to demonstrations that are much more important. When you have successfully bent a spoon with your mind, you will realize that you are not bound by the common laws of the physical universe you have followed until now. You will realize that everything is a choice. You have chosen to follow these laws, and you can choose to transcend them. This is what the world often calls a Miracle Worker.
You have been asked to believe certain laws that make up your experience of the world. These laws define a box that you are asked to exist within. The walls of the box limit and define who you are or what you can become. “You” are what lives inside the box, while “You Are Not” what lives outside. Thus was the ego born, the concept of separation, and the whole thought system you have used to live and exist in the world.
The object of the Spoonbenders Course by James Twyman is to break down the walls of that box so you can realize a larger concept of who you are. The ultimate goal is not to learn how to bend metal with your mind, but to learn certain tools that will help you bend the whole world toward peace, including your life. Most people believe that neither of these things are possible. It is impossible to apply the energy of one’s mind to act upon the physical world in such a manner, they say. Likewise, creating a world of peace in the midst of so much conflict and chaos is also impossible. But what if these two things are related, and dispelling one illusion automatically releases the other?
Sources: Daily Om