I have previously described Man as individual and independent portions of All That Is. From the moment we came to be, we have sought to express ourselves. One of the ways we express ourselves is through form. The physical world was the result of our desire to experience all that is possible, but the ultimate goal for the physical world isn't what we are experiencing now. The end goal is to be our natural selves in physical form, truly spirit in flesh.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Friday, May 4, 2012
I'm reading the book "Quantum Enigma - Physics encounters consciousness" by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner. Interestingly enough, this book appears to discuss concepts similar to the previous posts I've written, discussing what consciousness and what our perception of the world is. At a surface level, it is obvious and therefore "fact" when you consider the building blocks of the "real world", atoms and molecules, that the world is real and exists. But at the quantum level, these things we call atoms and molecules don't really "exist", and by extension, the world cannot exist as we suppose it does using Newtonian physics, nor according to the "sanitized" version of quantum mechanics. Anyone who believes in this are shunned and disgraced by the "Official Church of Quantum Theorists" as heretics and ignorant common folk. When I say "doesn't exist", I'm not saying we do not experience the world. I'm saying the idea that the world is as it appears is only the end result of our mind. That is the basic premise and the enigma of quantum mechanics.