Science & Ancient Wisdom Converge
Atman & Brahman: Nonlocality
One of the oldest and most profound truths is the Vedic teaching that Atman (the divine spirit or awareness within us) equals — is one with — Brahman (the whole undivided physical and nonphysical universe). This equality of Atman and Brahman is also a precursor of the twentieth-century physics discovery of nonlocality and our nonlocal awareness.– Russell Targ and J.J. Hurtak, PhD
Ancient Wisdom Knew of the Aether
For thousands of years, the Aether (ether, æther, aither), a field which connects and permeates all things, was an essential facet of both the philosophy and science of reality in cultures around the world.– Adam Apollo, Resonance Institute
Dark Matter, Zero Point Energy, Quantum Field = Aether
Current scientific theories advocating the existence of “dark matter,” “dark energy,” “zero point energy” and “energy from the vacuum” have dragged unwilling Western researchers to the recognition of an undetected energy that exists throughout the universe. While these same scientists deplore terms like “aether,” they’ll often freely use a term like “quantum field,” which is really just another word for the aether.– Eric Thompson, Subtle Energy Sciences
Modern Science & Ancient Wisdom (Spirituality) Converge
Practically all of the unexpected concepts that quantum physicists use to describe the world were [taught] by spiritual teachers thousands of years ago. The quantum numbers, the concept of potentiality, the principle of wholeness, the importance of waves as the source of the manifested world — all of these ideas have historically spiritual roots.– Lothar Schafer, What Quantum Physics Reveals About How We Should Live
When We Free Ourselves from Mainstream Shackles, Wonders Abound
What the Bleep Do We Know?
I read my first books on quantum physics in the late 90s and found them quite fascinating. But I wouldn’t have been able to explain to you what I read; the information seemed to fade away fairly quickly. The Internet was still new and there hadn’t yet been an explosion of teachers and videos helping to explain the experiments, the theories, and the significance for our everyday lives.
The subject began to come alive for me when I saw the 2004 film What the Bleep Do We Know? The film was released around the time of my ten-year wedding anniversary, and I suggested to my husband that we head into the city for our evening out. And so it was in Seattle’s eclectic Capitol Hill neighborhood that I found myself captivated by this film — which combined expert interviews and a fictional demonstration of how the concepts play out in a person’s life. It was exhilarating! (My husband fell asleep, an apt and poignant example of a couple whose interests and passions are no longer aligned.)
How fitting that I was in a theater that felt special since it was the film’s theater scene that has stuck with me. To this day, I have a picture in my mind’s eye of the main character standing in an elegant theater, watching multiple versions of herself walking by, displaying different emotional tones and accompanied by different people.
What a brilliant scene that was! It helps us visualize quantum physics principles that are applicable in our everyday life. To be able to imagine different versions of ourselves playing out multiple possible choices is an excellent way to demonstrate the infinite potentials that always exist.
Nothing is static and set in stone. On the contrary, quantum physics shows us that everything is energy and potential. The material manifestations we have focused on to such a degree that we attempt to cement them in place is like attempting to stop ocean waves. Waves don’t arise and stay stuck in one place. They arise… and then they flow and return to the sea. They arise and return to the sea of potential over and over again. The ocean (and all of nature) can teach us where we’ve become disconnected from Truth.
The film introduced other inspiring teachings, including Masaru Emoto’s astonishing findings of how water reacts to emotions, Joe Dispenza’s powerful experience with quantum healing, and more.
Dr. Masaru Emoto, the Japanese scientist who revolutionized the idea that our thoughts and intentions impact the physical realm… studied the scientific evidence of how the molecular structure in water transforms when it is exposed to human words, thoughts, sounds and intentions.
The extraordinary life work of Dr. Emoto is documented in the New York Times Bestseller, The Hidden Messages in Water… Dr. Emoto demonstrates how water exposed to loving, benevolent, and compassionate human intention results in aesthetically pleasing physical molecular formations in the water while water exposed to fearful and discordant human intentions results in disconnected, disfigured, and “unpleasant” physical molecular formations. He did this through Magnetic Resonance Analysis technology and high-speed photographs. (source)
Everything Emerges Out of Cosmic Potentiality
The visible world around us exists because an underlying field of invisible forms defines the potential of the world … Everything that exists in the visible world has first existed as a state in the cosmic field of potentiality.
Nothing comes out of the blue; everything emerges out of the cosmic potentiality. We build our dreams, hopes, and visions on what is possible: finding perfect love, ending war and violence, feeling the presence of God.
What would be important to learn, if it can be done, is how to use our mind to tap into the cosmic field of possibilities, in order to make our dreams a reality.– Lothar Schafer, What Quantum Physics Reveals About How We Should Live
Step-by-Step, In All Ways, The Possibilities Are Endless
The information presented in the What the Bleep Do We Know? film was a stretch for a mind programmed with mainstream thought. But it presented deep teachings – both scientific and mystical – in an accessible and compelling way, and it aligned with my life experiences over the previous ten years. I felt how my experiences were resonant with the explanations the experts gave.
By that point in my life, I’d experienced what seemed like miraculous outcomes from learning how to create a more natural, organic lifestyle in harmony with human biology. I’d made countless positive changes that brought my children and me complete turnarounds in physical and emotional health. For example, for years and years, I used dozens of different homeopathic remedies for successfully (and gently) treating an endless array of childhood illnesses and injuries among my three children. And yet materialist science has no basis from which to explain the life-changing effectiveness my family experienced from those remedies.
I’d also started yoga and meditation and had worked through a grueling period of trauma healing with numerous therapies including mind-body and energy healing modalities. Having done all that work, my children and I were healthy and I was feeling more centered and aligned with my purpose, more peaceful and joyful in the present moment, and optimistic.
So, with that groundwork of health and balance, and then seeing this film, my evolution really started speeding up. All sorts of fascinating new possibilities presented themselves and began to manifest.
Mainstream Science Has Been Wrong for a Long Time
I didn’t attribute my life’s unfolding to the truths inherent in quantum physics. I viewed my life, my choices, and consciousness from a spiritual and philosophical perspective as opposed to a scientific one. This is due in part because I was taught the mainstream science of the time: materialism.
If I had tried to apply a scientific lens to what I was experiencing, it wouldn’t have been possible since I was still holding the outdated materialist viewpoint — which not only can’t explain what I was experiencing but actually implies it’s not even possible.
For example, the image above is similar to what we were shown over and over again as students of the mainstream educational system. We’re built from atoms, they told us. Atoms are the smallest thing… there’s nothing physically smaller, and so the implication is that there’s nothing else to find. And what are atoms? Why, they’re physical things that have parts we can name, just like every other physical thing we describe. These parts are called electrons, protons and neutrons. The implication is that these are kinda like bouncing balls that we see with our physical eyes.
All matter — be it solid, liquid, or gas — is composed of atoms. An atom is the smallest unit of matter capable of retaining the identity of an element during a chemical reaction. An element is a substance that can’t be broken down into simpler substances by normal chemical reactions. (Atoms and Elements in Physiology and Anatomy)
This is grossly misleading. We’re not made of little physical particles that behave like the balls we see on the playground. We’re made mostly of space (aether) and the smallest stuff is not material but rather energy waves that sometimes take the form of particles. And those particles don’t act like bouncing balls we see with our eyes. They act in wondrous ways that quantum physics can teach us about.
The physics of the microrealm involves two famous and bizarre concepts… it is impossible to know with certainty the outcome of a measurement on a particle; rather the particle exists in a ‘superposition’ encompassing multiple mutually exclusive states. So, a particle can be in two or more places at the same time… The second involves ‘‘entanglement,’ the spooky link that can unite two objects, no matter how far they are separated. Both superposition and entanglement are described mathematically by quantum theory…. quantum theory may not be the final word on describing reality, inspiring physicists to hunt for a more fundamental framework. But any such ultimate theory must still incorporate superposition, entanglement, and the probabilistic nature of reality, since these features have been confirmed time and again in lab tests. (source)
This powerfully misleading education could have stopped me from experiencing the most wondrous parts of life. But when I began to withhold judgment and try things with an open mind, forgetting the limiting view I’d been taught in 16 years of schooling, I found mentors and guides that shared knowledge far beyond what I’d been taught in school. And my experience was the ultimate proof.
To some extent, all languages have a built-in hidden ideology, washing people’s brains in a way that they don’t notice. Materialism — that is, the belief that only matter is real — is a brainwash of our language that tells us that only materialism is a reasonable way to look at the world… Niels Bohr, for example… brushed aside the strange aspects of the quantum world by claiming that they had nothing to say about what reality really is. It is wrong to believe, he argued, that our experience of the world can tell us what the world is like… If your observations don’t make any sense, just forget about them.– Lothar Schäferm Science & Nonduality
The quote above points to the failure of mainstream science to set aside theories that are no longer defensible (presumably because research has been funded by corporations). There has often been a dismissive attitude about not only personal experience, but about evidence which they or the establishment can’t explain, even when obtained in controlled environments.
This is why we find anomalies in science, including astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, geophysics, archeology, and psychology. An anomaly is something that occurs outside the accepted paradigm. Therefore, by definition, an anomaly is a model-buster — evidence that the proposed theory is incomplete or inaccurate. In medicine, the words are “miracle,” “remission” and “the placebo effect.” These all point to the fact that the model being presented doesn’t account for what has actually happened and therefore the theory is incomplete or inaccurate. If professionals continue to teach such a model as wholly correct, they’re passing on something that is incorrect since it does not account for the anomaly.
It may help to remind ourselves that a model is, by definition, a representation of something else… a simplified way to explain how something works. Even in science and medicine, a model isn’t the thing; it’s a way to explain the thing. The purpose of scientific research is to test a hypothesis about how something works. Based on the outcome, theories are proposed. A theory is another name for model. It’s a proposal that endeavors to explain how the thing likely works.
If and when new evidence is found that contradicts the model, the model needs to be set aside and efforts realigned not toward doubling-down on the model but toward understanding what is actually happening since the model isn’t explaining it. If one cannot yet envision a model that would account for all the evidence, then the task is to ask questions and test hypotheses while awaiting the lightbulb moment that ties everything together into a model that can then be tested.
An excellent example is in this video where Nassim Haramein contrasts the Copenhagen interpretation of the double slit experiment in quantum physics with that of De Broglie and Bohm. He explains that to accept the Copenhagen interpretation requires us to accept a cat being both dead and alive at the same time, not to mention bringing up all sorts of questions about the consciousness of fleas and what not. If we set the Copenhagen interpretation aside, we can consider new theories. The De Broglie and Bohm interpretation takes a different approach and posits the existence of aether which is being affected by the experiments. The math still works, the model accounts for all evidence, and it makes a whole lot of sense.
A number of people in establishment science and medicine have convinced themselves that a model is more important than the facts. We might presume that the money and power of corporations and institutions are at the root of such nonsense. Having a closed mind is a personal choice and people who aren’t interested in integrating the latest evidence have every right to live as they wish. But when powerful influencers such as researchers and educators have closed minds, they are not only determining where public funds are allocated, they are influencing powerful young minds and entire generations.
In other words, our public servants with closed minds are promoting untrue paradigms and holding back untold levels of human potential.
Never is a model a replacement for reality; it’s just a model. The key here is how learning an incomplete model as “truth” limits our minds to the greater truth.
The outdated materialist worldview is a prime example of hanging onto an incomplete model despite endless unexplained phenomena and irreconcilable data. When I pictured matter, including my body, being made of little particles acting like bouncing balls, I didn’t have a model that could account for all the “miracles” in my life. And for some people, that prevents them from trying things that could give them those same miracles, simply because they’ve been taught it’s not possible. Quantum physics made nonlocality and entanglement a part of the scientific lexicon, which immediately called materialist science into question, and yet here we are, nearly a hundred years later, still trying to free our minds from the outdated perspective we were indoctrinated with, believing that only the table and chair is real, not the energy we can’t see.
New Paradigm Needed, One That Accommodates the Fact that We are Creating Our Reality
When enough “anomalies” — empirically undeniable observations that cannot be accommodated by the reigning belief system — accumulate over time and reach critical mass, paradigms change. We may be close to one such defining moment today, as an increasing body of evidence from quantum mechanics (QM) renders the current paradigm untenable….
The tension between the anomalies and the current paradigm can only be tolerated by ignoring the anomalies. This has been possible so far because the anomalies are only observed in laboratories. Yet we know that they are there, for their existence has been confirmed beyond reasonable doubt. Therefore, when we believe that we see objects and events outside and independent of mind, we are wrong in at least some essential sense. A new paradigm is needed to accommodate and make sense of the anomalies; one wherein mind itself is understood to be the essence—cognitively but also physically—of what we perceive when we look at the world around ourselves.– Bernardo Kastrup, Scientific American, Should Quantum Anomalies Make Us Rethink Reality?
When Things Don’t Add Up, Check the Assumptions & Question the Models
The idea of something measured in one place “influencing” measurements far away challenged what Einstein thought of as “local reality.” It came to be known as “nonlocality,” but it always contained something else called “nonseparability.” Einstein called it “spooky action at a distance.” (source)
Nonseparability in the quote above is usually called entanglement, referring to stuff far apart affecting each other. Einstein’s comment has become quite famous and is shared widely.
Though it has been confirmed numerous times since 1935, entanglement is as spooky as ever. (published in 2010)
Einstein died in 1955. If he were alive today, do you think he’d STILL consider entanglement “spooky?” Or would he have used the scientific knowledge of entanglement to think differently about how things work? Einstein was born in 1879. In 1887, the Michelson-Morley experiment seemed to disprove the existence of aether, and so Einstein formulated his equations without an assumption of aether which had been standard up to that point. But then in 1924, more than thirty years before his death, Einstein wrote a paper called Concerning the Aether in which he reaffirmed his earlier presumption of the existence of aether:
We will not be able to do without the aether in theoretical physics, that is, a continuum endowed with physical properties; for general relativity, to whose fundamental viewpoints physicists will always hold fast, rules out direct action at a distance. But every theory of local action assumes continuous fields, and thus also the existence of an ‘aether.’– Albert Einstein,
Concerning the Aether 1924
Thus, with the 1924 paper, we see Einstein reconciling the evolution of evidence in his lifetime. And this particular subject, the existence of aether (The Field) is absolutely fundamental to how we perceive the Nature of Reality.
Returning to what Einstein called spooky in quantum physics… when we understand that all matter arises from – and interacts with – The Field of information and possibility, then it makes much more sense that everything is connected. And it’s just a small jump in understanding to see how such a universal connection would involve “entanglement.”
Things are only spooky if we don’t understand them. And we can only understand if we let go of incorrect models that limit our understanding.
Our World is Much More Exciting Than We’ve Been Led to Believe
The Mandela Effect
Fourteen years after that pivotal moment in a city theater, I was hanging out in a sunny suburban kitchen with my late-teen sons, when my materialist beliefs were fully exposed and obliterated. At that point, my life had changed so much that it hardly seemed related to the one I led before. I’d been experiencing life changes that were wildly challenging to navigate, but ultimately life-transforming in the best way. I was grateful and feeling at peace, thanks to yoga, energy healing and my spiritual beliefs. It had always seemed that my greatest belief was in “education” so it was somewhat unexpected at the time that it was basically faith — not science — that had grounded me each time I stepped into the unknown.
Even though I knew nothing of the science going on “behind the scenes,” my life was nevertheless the reflection of such scientific truths as the interchangeability of energy and matter (Einstein’s famous equation), the pivotal role of vibration and frequency, and the powers of nonlocality and entanglement. But it would be many years before I could digest that type of knowledge. What came first for me was a crazy implication of all that powerful science that has been called “reality shifting.”
It was the Mandela Effect that broke through the terribly limiting science “education” I had received (more aptly described as a “materialist indoctrination.”) The Mandela Effect is a consciousness-altering example of how our lives and that of the human collective can see quantum physics, or “reality shifts” in action.
Cynthia Sue Larson is a teacher who is not only adept in quantum physics, but since 1999, has been researching and writing on one particular aspect of the nature of reality that might be called Reality Shifts, the Mandela Effect or Quantum Jumping.
It can be interesting to reflect on the fact that Truth is true even if we aren’t aware of it. The forces that quantum physics describe to us have been acting on our world, whether we knew it or not. There are lots of Mandela Effects videos available now but I wanted to share something from Larson since she has played such a vital role in tracking, understanding and reporting on this powerful phenomenon with neutrality and context. I appreciate her work and her books very much. Following are two videos:
- The first is 7-minutes, describing the Mandela Effect simply without extraneous information and is a good place to start. Then, if you’re interested, you can find dozens more options on the Internet by other people reporting on this fascinating phenomenon.
- The second is an hour and a half long keynote at the 2019 Mandela conference. Roughly the first half of her presentation is personal mystical experiences and the second half is a litany of physics research.
Paying Attention Allows Us to See the (Sometimes Shocking) Magic
That sunny morning in my kitchen in 2018, I got irrefutable evidence of a reality shift in my life, and it brought me to my knees. I’d been awed by what I’d been learning about the Mandela Effect but it was the moment my son’s friend read from her phone about the Berenstein / Berenstain Bears shift in our collective history that my knees literally buckled and I slid down the kitchen wall to the floor. I tried to process what I was experiencing while not scaring my kids too much with my physical reaction to such unbelievable information.
For YEARS of my life, I read Berenstein Bears books to my kids, and I know exactly how the name was spelled because I pondered countless times whether it was pronounced Beren-STEEN or STINE. So when I learned from Mandela Effect researchers that now our collective history says that the books are BerenSTAIN Bears and always has been, I was dumbfounded. To make it even more surreal, shortly afterward I found myself in a dentist office, waiting for my son and saw a pile of children’s books. I picked up a book to see with my very own eyes the books I had read a gazillion times which then were called Berenstein Bears to indeed now be called the Berenstain Bears.
It’s funny what the body does when you experience or learn something that you didn’t think was possible. It’s kind of like my experience with earthquakes. I grew up in Alaska where earthquakes are relatively common and when one is powerful enough, things around you don’t act right… previously horizontal surfaces can tip or roll, stuff falls off shelves, floors can roll, walls can shake. It’s so surreal that sometimes my stomach would drop and it would begin to feel like a dream. Learning that something I personally experienced was no longer acknowledged in collective history was as surreal as any earthquake I’ve experienced.
But most of the time, “magic” hasn’t been so disorienting. For example, when one of my sons was only four years old, he would experience horrific nausea and vomiting spells that wouldn’t stop… and I mean LITERALLY wouldn’t stop. Even just after vomiting, he would get no relief from the nausea. It was so awful, and so terrifying.
Mainstream medicine had nothing to offer me. I was told only to not give him any water… and then if/when he became dehydrated, they could insert him with an IV to re-hydrate. Not only was this an entirely unacceptable approach (since it did absolutely nothing to find and address the cause), my son was terrified by needles and hospitals, making this weak protocol also more trauma-inducing.
Not accepting the institutionalized ignorance of the medical establishment, I persistently researched and experimented until I found something that would get the nausea and vomiting to stop. It turned out to be a homeopathic remedy and acupuncture.
Both of the solutions I found are forms of energy medicine that mainstream medicine can’t explain, doesn’t offer, doesn’t tell me about and often disparages as “unscientific.” So I never again looked to mainstream medicine as a primary resource for health and wellness.
When I looked beyond the mainstream systems, I found magic everywhere: most especially from my naturopath, my food pantry and my organic garden, but also in shamanic wisdom, Chinese medicine, and more. By putting my attention on things outside of societal “norms,” I got wondrous results.
The Quantum Field (Indra’s Net) Brings it All Together
Bringing it All Together
Aether… quantum physics… water crystals being affected by words, music and emotions… the power of energy healing… the reality of spontaneous remission and “miracle” healings… the power of natural foods, yoga and spirituality… the Mandela Effect… Are these a bunch of separate truths?
I’ve always believed everything can be connected but for most of my life, I haven’t been able to grasp and articulate the underlying principle that connects it all.
We are blessed to now have access to so many teachers. Thanks to Nassim Haramein and other scientists, we can see that when Einstein told us in 1924 that he believed in the aether, he was handing us the key to escaping materialist indoctrination and opening to infinite potential.
Max Plank, another great scientist, called aether “a force” and “a conscious and intelligent Mind.”
As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clearheaded science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about the atoms this much: There is no matter as such! All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.– Max Plank, Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, known as the Father of Quantum Mechanics
Plank isn’t the only person to have used different terminology to describe this same Force.
In fact, I’ve found so much overlap in terminology for this concept that I began creating a list of synonyms. And that’s when I realized we can all understand virtually every science and philosophy on the planet that touches on Consciousness or The Nature of Reality, as long as we spend some time contemplating the Field, which has these synonyms:
- Massless Ether
- The Field
- Quantum Field
- The Higgs Field
- The Void
- The Divine Matrix
- Dark Matter
- The Fabric of the Cosmos
- The Cosmic Web
- Indra’s Net
- The Universe
According to Saamkhya hypothesis, all creation is comprised of five principal elements [Prithvi (matter on Earth, Jal (water), Agni (fire, heat), Vayu (air), and Akash]. The fifth element, Akash, is, in turn, comprised of consciousness and energy. Some refer to Akash as massless Ether… Given the four principal elements, it is not possible to create life. The missing element is Akash: energy & consciousness.– Pradeep B Deshpande PhD, Free Energy: When to Believe the Unbelievable
Clearly, not all those words can be used in place of the other in the many contexts in which they’re used. The different words have value in conveying distinctions that represent bodies of knowledge that provide different lenses or perspectives. But let’s consider how many, many people have needed a name for this important “thing” they wanted to describe, explore and discuss. Whether the source is ancient wisdom, yogic philosophy, quantum physics or other science, the variety of offerings contribute much to our world.
And this is key…let’s be clear on the fact that all those sources are speaking of the same thing! If we think those 20+ words speak to unrelated subjects, we remain ignorant of how many people are actually in near-total agreement about the core knowledge at the heart of this vital subject of Consciousness and the Nature of Reality…. which is what again? Oh, right, the essence of every “thing” that exists.
For example, Vedic teachings (estimated to have been written between 3,000 and 6,000 years ago) have at their basis the notion that the universe is composed of five elements or panchamahabhutas (earth, water, fire, air and ether). The five elements form the basis for Ayurveda, the “sister science of yoga.”
Whether one aligns more with scientific or philosophical teachings, we are constantly interacting with the Field of information (with aether) and it’s from this field of infinite potentiality that we experience our life. How is it that we connect and interact with it?
In this article, Adam Apollo makes an elegant connection between aether and prana. We might call this the relationship between The Field and The Force with aether as the Field that connects and permeates all things, and prana as the Force that describes the movement of energy through the Field, or the movement of the Field itself. Similarly, in this article, Owen Waters distinguishes Ether and Etheric Energy and likens ether/aether to being the medium for energy as a battery is a storage device for electricity. “The ether – the fabric of the universe – seethes with etheric energy, but that energy is not the medium through which it travels… the aether is the field of support for the active etheric energy which courses through the universe… etheric energy is the life force that streams towards us from the Sun, energizing and motivating all forms of life.”
Life force energy is also called:
- Etheric Energy
- Chi or Qi
- Life Force
- Dark Energy
- Zero Point Energy
- Odic Force
- Cold Electricity
- Scalar Energy
- Tachyon Energy
- Vacuum Energy
- Radiant Energy
- Vital Energy
- The Eternal Driving Force for All that Exists
We are in the midst of waking up from a dream of being victims in a universe where matter arises randomly… to becoming awake to the nature of reality, consciously interacting with the Field, and making choices that dramatically impact how the potentials materialize.
Advaita Vedanta: A Philosophy & Science of Reality
One of the first to comment on the Upanishads and the Brahma Sutras is Shankaracharya (c. 700-750 CE). His interpretation of these texts is presented from a non-dualistic point of view, in which the individual self is just seen as a reflection, and therefore non-separate in essence, from the supreme reality. It sees the realization of this oneness of the individual consciousness with the universal consciousness as the ultimate goal of all spiritual endeavor, which is expressed in the Upanishads [as] “You are that.” This non-dualistic understanding of Vedanta, i.e. of the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Vedanta Sutras, is known as Advaita Vedanta.– Marco Pino, Everything You Need to Know About Vedanta
Quantum Mechanics, Neuroscience: Re-Learning Knowledge of the Ancients
With all of our modern day technology, knowledge, and wisdom, there is still no way to accomplish some of the feats of civilizations past, feats that required an extremely advanced understanding of mathematics, physics, and more. There is evidence that many ancient achievements required an extremely advanced form of technology as well, and many examples to prove these assertions. Another fascinating point to make is the fact that many groundbreaking discoveries within the realm of quantum mechanics, as well as neuroscience, closely resemble the teachings of several ancient civilizations and native American populations. This is why today, there are conferences held every single year between academics and spiritual leaders, like Tibetan monks, to discuss how they relate, and books like Blackfoot Physics continue to be published. Sometimes it seems we are re-learning much of the knowledge kept by the ancient world.– YogaEsoteric.net
The Worldview of Indigenous Cultures + Modern Science Can Heal the Devastation Wrought by a Materialist Worldview
What would change if from the moment you were born up until now, you were taught that in some way we are all truly connected? What if a story of interconnectedness was the foundation of your worldview, letting you know that you are connected to the earth, plants, animals, people and universe in ways that may not be so obvious? I’m not talking about this in some matter of fluff, but practically. What if instead of seeing all of us as separate material objects from one another, we saw each other as fragments of ourselves and truly acknowledged that deep within our being? Well, if you grew up in an indigenous culture this would likely be your worldview already… What would change in your everyday decision making if you were to consider that you are connected to and must be a responsible steward of land, animals, each other, communities etc? What if, as many indigenous cultures do, you asked how your decisions and choices might effect people for up to 7 generations after you. How might you go about thinking and feeling that out?– Joe Martino, The Pulse
- What is Consciousness?
- The Nature of Reality & Science of Oneness – Introduction & Terminology
- The Nature of Reality & Science of Oneness – Overcoming an Outdated Worldview
- The Nature of Reality & Science of Oneness – The Science
- Consciousness Expansion, Raising Your Vibration or Frequency, Ascension