“The objective world does not exist, at least not in the way we are accustomed to believing. What is ‘out there’ is a vast ocean of waves and frequencies … and reality looks concrete to us only because our brains are able to take this holographic blur and convert it into sticks and stones and other familiar objects that make up our world.” Dr. Karl Pribram, renowned neurosurgeon, psychologist and author
“Everything is inherently without meaning. Except for the meaning we create… that’s how our brains evolved – by seeking patterns and making meaning, everywhere and all the time.” Thomas Asacker, entrepreneur, speaker, author
“Today we say that the law of relativity is supposed to be true at all energies, but someday somebody may come along and say how stupid we were.” Richard P. Feynman, renowned theoretical physicist
Our universe appears to be one of relativity, a duality composed of polar opposites created by a holographic-mirroring effect. What appears as objective is a subjective interpretation of a holographic blur perceived and named by our minds. As highly-acclaimed quantum scientists have said, “There is no out there, out there!”
In the Zen symbol of yin/yang, both polarities exist simultaneously in each other. The holographic blur can only ever be both subjective and objective, guaranteeing that, in our three-dimensional dense reality, no polarity can be eliminated — only dominated. So there is always an “is not” in every “is”. A thought in any given moment is only one perspective in space in one moment of time. Thinking, judging, deciding – are all like clouds in the sky, changing shapes and creating pictures that our minds define according to beliefs picked up along life’s journey. So thinking that anything is a certain way seems to only ever be a play of consciousness, for the sake of itself, with delight in the pretense allowed by the relative field’s blur of an illusory subject and object.
There is, in truth, no “subject” and no object” as separate and different from one another, truthfully demonstrated in the Unified Field by meditators plunging the depths of human existential experience. There is only one source consciousness, including us as individuated players in this computer-simulated relative reality, incessantly programmed with the software of our beliefs nano-second by nano-second by nano-second. If you want a print-out of your beliefs, just look at your life. It’s available to meditators in gorgeous, crystalline technicolor which shimmers in its ecstatic reverberation of the one source consciousness.
A quote from Master Charles demonstrates the bottom line:
Whatever we think about it… makes no difference.
It simply is as it is… always and forever.
Here and now… within this wakeful moment…
we are as we are… and it is as it is.
All else is nonsense.
Here’s an exercise to see how well you understood this blog. Below are two quotes which could describe it. Which one is more accurate and why?
1. “Einstein, in the special theory of relativity, proved that different observers, in different states of motion, see different realities.”
Dr. Leonard Susskind, renowned physics professor, author, and speaker, and the first to give a precise string-theory interpretation of the holographic principle (1995).
2. “No matter how hard you try to teach your cat general relativity, you’re going to fail.”
Dr. Brian Greene (theoretical physicist, professor, author of “The Elegant Universe” and star of the PBS series based on the book).