10
Apr
08

Universal Consciousness, Quantum Physics, and Global Peace

We are rapidly advancing on paradigmal shifts in human consciousness, realization of the eternal true self (atman), and our role in the unified whole. We have been enslaved by the purveyors of the Hegelian dialectic for many generations. Recent scientific breakthroughs in quantum physics and neurobiology have fast-forwarded our understanding regarding humankind’s ultimate destiny. In the next few years, we will obtain answers to many of life’s most vexing questions.

When individual awareness expands to become universal, it creates a ripple in the universal field, just like it was a ripple in the electromagnetic field, and that ripple propagates in all directions at the speed of light. Consciousness is fundamentally a field that we share, and underlies and pervades us all. Negativity goes away like darkness goes away when the sun comes up. Peace is not a stupid thing, it is powerful.

When we mentally emancipate ourselves from our self-imposed negative moorings, materialism, hatred of the other man’s race/ethnicity/religion/national origin, and our own feelings of inadequacy, we can transcend this mentally constructed prison. Humanity was not designed to sub-divide and wage perpetual wars against itself. Our primary nemesis is the grey matter that resides between our audio reception appendages.

There are many who have been programmed to resist their integral role in the universal order. To them I only ask that they exercise an open mind. Free yourselves from religious dogma, authority figure edicts, and the (his)torical record. Depending on your level of awareness, the days ahead will either be exhilarating or a source of great psychological trauma. Prepare yourselves accordingly.

A human being is a part of a whole, called by us, the universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest… a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty ~ Albert Einstein


15 Responses to “Universal Consciousness, Quantum Physics, and Global Peace”


  1. April 10, 2008 at 11:26 am

    Wow, Peeps! That was wonderful, insightful, and so full of promise. Thanks for spreading your good energy and luminous light. (BTW, I can’t wait to see the reactions (smile).

    Peace, Light and Love, CordieB

  2. April 11, 2008 at 9:55 am

    Aren’t people always saying that we are on the verge of a paradigmal shift, or the apocolypse, or a new world order, or something — and then nothing changes except the sophistication of our tools?

    Peace would be nice, enlightenment would be nice, but as long as we are capable of experiencing ourselves as selves (self consciousness) there needs be limitations, in the sense that you cannot have a center without a circumference. Perhaps there is a reason for having enemies, perhaps there is a reason for desiring war, perhaps there is a reason we prefer our friends and family to strangers, perhaps there is a reason we judge and evaluate somethings as better than others, perhaps there is a reason we stereotype and are prejudicial? That is, reasons that go beyond some sort of deficiency in enlightenment and consciousness.

    Anyhow, what if we don’t want a paradigm shift, not because we are desperately clinging to our small minded materialsim, self identity and religious dogma, but because we think the world is perfect as it is and always has been?

  3. 3 lafellowstrangiato
    April 11, 2008 at 10:39 am

    “Anyhow, what if we don’t want a paradigm shift, not because we are desperately clinging to our small minded materialsim, self identity and religious dogma, but because we think the world is perfect as it is and always has been?”

    Well then, don’t have it. The world will still be perfect…a perfect mess. Each of us filters our experience of the universe in our own way. My intuition tells me that a paradigm shift will be into a quantum realm where each of us will internally represent the experience in our own way. I don’t think we’ll be dragged kicking and screaming into a world of singing Kumbaya, sissified femenization of men and vegan diets if that is not the experience we choose.

    I’m just kidding with that last statement but yes, we have stereotypes and judgments for a reason. That being the fact that as infinite consciousness, we must have a context within which to experience ourselves because without a context, infinite awareness can only know itself conceptually and not by experience.

    Regarding this statement:

    “Peace would be nice, enlightenment would be nice, but as long as we are capable of experiencing ourselves as selves (self consciousness) there needs be limitations, in the sense that you cannot have a center without a circumference.”

    I have already stated in my post called Divinely Guided Anarchy that a fully conscious being would never allow unlimited freedom to be an excuse for ethical misconduct so, for those who say that un-restricted freedom is dangerous, I say go evolve.

  4. April 11, 2008 at 1:24 pm

    The paradigm shift you speak of is actually portrayed in the Second Coming. Relevation as well as the rest of Scripture holds the secret of a more adequate theology when interpreted from a higher, quantum language, whereby the meanings of the naratives remove themselves from their involvement with time and space. In other words, religion has blown it by failing to see Scripture as a multidimensional document that contains the patterning principle behind the hierarchical scaffolding of the universe.

    I am part of a growing movement of theologians and scientists who are seriously trying to unify science and religion.

    http://www.thegodguy.wordpress.com

  5. 5 Taylor
    April 11, 2008 at 1:36 pm

    Isn’t all of this madness predicted before the end times? DIdn’t people say that when this came about the 2012 Mayan era would be upon us?

  6. April 11, 2008 at 1:57 pm

    The world is in fact perfect – in the sense of the world – we as humans only make up a fraction of life in the world; and we can not destroy a whole world, as I imagine the world has a safety net so to speak. We can, however, destroy life as we know it now and eleminate ourselves; but perhaps that is all in the plan. For I can not fathom the world evolving into a place full of even more fears, pain and suffering. But, sadly, I’m sure that too shall have to come to pass if ever we are to be truly reborn or transformed. Why bother to worry about it. If we all die, so be it. If we all are infininte, then so be it. Live for the now. Love for the future. Love has energy that is carried on through the generations, perhaps even beyond time and space.

  7. 7 Taylor
    April 11, 2008 at 2:02 pm

    What scares me is the UK scientists who are working on a particle accelerator to try to “recreate” the big bang. Sounds like a very very very very bad idea to me.

  8. April 11, 2008 at 2:38 pm

    It seems to me that enlightenment posits the disintegration of the ego and the self, so that we no longer have a subject/object experience of the world, and thus we can “be” our experiences, instead of just having experiences. That would indeed be eternity, and beautiful — but only insofar as an animal’s experiences are eternity and beautiful. Abandoning the self means abandoning “self” consciousness. This is what I mean by a center having to have a circumference. Not having even a hair’s bredth of separation between you and your present experiences would result in infinity and limitlessness, but it would also be the “drop” losing itself in the ocean, which is a living death — why strive after something you could not ultimately experience?

    The world is not a mess, it is just fine. Human beings are not a mess, they are just fine. Pain and suffering and evil are the spice of life. I am sure most people who have the time, education and money to comment on this blog could hardly insist they live perpetually miserable lives, nor have a geater quantity of pepper on their dinner plate than food.

    Johnnypeeper’s response:

    The coexistence of the self (ego) and the realization of universal consciousness are not mutually exclusive. We have been systematically programmed to stereotype, sub-divide, and fear those who are not with our ethnic/religious/racial/nation groups and those who are not within our familial or social networks. The information age has allowed of the capability to bridge the information divide and provides us with the realization that we are but a microcosm of the universal collective.

    The World is a mess, we are a mess, and pain and suffering is not a necessary evil. I do not adopt the nihilist mindset. Perpetual fear, pain, and suffering is not endemic to the innate human experience. The paradigm shift that I speak of may, or may not, usher us into a new meta-physical dimension of consciousness. I prefer to err on the side of optimism.

    My thoughts and views are not demonstrable through empirical research, In fact I am very new to this subject. As an uninformed writer on the subject, I welcome conflicting views. Thank you for your contribution.

  9. April 11, 2008 at 4:58 pm

    @Peeps. I’m not so sure if we have been systematically programed; but we have been programmed to some degree. But even so, is it not part of the whole scheme. Do you believe that God is so limited that he could not stop pain and suffering if he/it/she so willed? Why is it that we have differences–we could all look exactly alike and still maintain life pretty much as we know it. There is a method in the madness; wether divine or scientifically, don’t doubt that. Perhaps the world is in us, and everthing else is just an illusion (and so what-when we stop the illusion, our being will disappear too). We all know that everything around us are all a matter of our perceptions, due to brain synaps–but is that really so? We are just reaching these discoveries. These are new to us and new to the world. But the one thing that we do have and the Bible says is truly a gift is the gift of Free Will. We all know in our hearts what’s good for the betterment and advancement of men and what is not. We all know in our heart when we do something that’s not in alignment with nature, god, goodwill, etc. What if we have to learn the lesson on our own in order to move to the next step. Just another what if . . .

    Peace, Light and Love.. . . .
    CordieB.

    Johnnypeeper’s response:

    The systematic programming has been self-induced. The culture of rampant sexuality, violence, and the rejection of the spiritual has been or the core of our programming. It is not innate. It is part of the scheme because we have allowed ourselves to become polluted by it.

    Universal consciousness is only limited by our thoughts, inaction, or negativity. We could stop pain and suffering if we so willed, but the balance of energy must tip in that direction. I agree with your questions and insight.

    Our perceptions become or con-ceptions. When this idea, thought, or belief is reinforced it becomes a mental construct, however faulty or destructive. Children have no established belief systems when they come into the world. When the con-ceptions are embedded in them it becomes their reality.

  10. 10 Taylor
    April 11, 2008 at 5:08 pm

    We can only truly comprehend around 5% of what our brain takes in from our surroundings.

  11. 11 Glenn
    April 11, 2008 at 5:12 pm

    Peter Wrote:

    “……..Perhaps there is a reason for having enemies, perhaps there is a reason for desiring war, perhaps there is a reason we prefer our friends and family to strangers, perhaps there is a reason we judge and evaluate somethings as better than others, perhaps there is a reason we stereotype and are prejudicial?…………….”

    YES PETER, THERE IS AN EXPLANATION THAT I WAS ONCE TAUGHT THAT I BELIEVE DEFINES ALL THE ABOVE. THAT REASON IS THE HUMAN EGO.

    WHAT I LOVE ABOUT EASTERN MYSTICISM IS HOW IT ENCOURAGES GRADUAL KNOWLEDGE OF THAT EGO AND SUBSEQUENT TRANSCENDENCE OF IT. I BELIEVE THAT IS REALISTIC AND SOME “PIE IN THE SKY” THEORY.

    EVERY DAY WHEN I PRACTICE HATHA YOGA, I FIND MYSELF OBSERVING MY EGO — IDEALLY WITHOUT JUDGEMENT, BUT THAT’S NOT EASY — AND GRADUALLY FINDING STILLNESS AND FREEDOM FOR IT.

  12. 12 Glenn
    April 11, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    Taylor Wrote:

    “We can only truly comprehend around 5% of what our brain takes in from our surroundings.”

    THAT IS INDEED SCIENTIFIC FACT. SO GIVEN THAT FIVE PERCENT CAUSES US SO MUCH TROUBLE AND PAIN IN THIS LIFE, IT IS SO IMPORTANT TO FIND MEANS AND PRACTICES — FOR WHICH THERE ARE MANY NOWADAYS — THAT ENABLE US TO TAP INTO AND STAY CONNECTED TO OUR SPIRIT.

  13. April 28, 2008 at 8:11 am

    Live and consciousness is the most beautifull thing in the universe. the scientific fact is that everything is energy!

  14. May 23, 2010 at 9:43 pm

    Keep talking, you guys seem to bring up interesting thoughts. Instead, lets imagine that everything and all we experience and that which we do not experience is just anothe experienc, thought. You see, if we return to solitude, then we would become a “transparent eyeball” as Emerson says, and within the stillness, silence; we would begin to see all that the naked eye cannot see amidst our typical daily life. We would begin to recognize the beauty and all truths that our heart speaks of and that which we never clearly hear. Just reside in solitude at any place that allows to sink in to inner self within you, and you will be amazed at what you find.


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