“In quantum physics… it was discovered, the state of all possibilities of any quantum particle collapsed into a set entity as soon as it was observed or a measurement taken. To explain these strange events, quantum physicists had postulated that a participatory relationship existed between observer and observed–these particles could only be considered as ‘probably’ existing in space and time until they were ‘perturbed’, and the act of observing and measuring them forced them into a set state–an act akin to solidifying Jell-O. This astounding observation also had shattering implications about the nature of reality. It suggested that the consciousness of the observer brought the observed object into being. Nothing in the universe existed as an actual ‘thing’ independently of our perception of it. Every minute of every day we were creating our world.”

The Field
by Lynne McTaggart

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  1. Thank you for sharing your wisdom with the world. It is greatly appreciated.

    The concepts by Lynne Mctaggart spoken about in The Field were first explored and stated in the book Holographic Universe by Michael Talbott which Lynne wrote a forward for in later editions. The scientists who discovered the relationship between consciousness and the existence of sub atomic particles, were Niehls Bohr and two other scientists named Wolf and Pribram who were all at the forefront of quantum physics. Pribram postulated that “The objective world does not exist, at least not in the way that we are accustomed to believing.” Pg 54 Holographic Universe. He goes on to say that what is “Out there” is an ocean of waves and frequencies that our mind convinces us is concrete. ” Buddha concurs saying “Something seems to be there and seems not to be there. But it is merely the perception of their own minds of an external world that does not exist, which foolish people give rise to. Something seems to arise and seems to cease, there is nothing there. It is like seeing an image appear in a magic trick or a dream.” Page 190 Lankavatara Sutra.

    In actuality if the full body of text of Bohr, Bohm, Pribram and Wolf those early fathers of quantum physics as well as Siddhartha Gautama Buddha’s work is read completely they all dismiss the objective universe including time and space as not being real, as being a hologram or fantasy that is only real in appearance and enforced by a mind that is a hologram or in Buddha’s way a projection of conceptual consciousness. Buddha even dismisses the mind as to be transcended because it is a limiting factor to the transformed repository consciousness. The mind is a focused point, repository and conceptual consciousness is not. The mind creates fabrications but is itself a fabrication an illusion, fantasy. I will leave it there, take care my friend and may more wisdom come to us all.

    Thank you for allowing me to share and for reading and cheers on the blog.

    • Thank you so much for your comment. The biggest challenge in confronting the unknown is getting past those who condemn the unknown to the unknowable. I’m with Aristotle: some aspects of knowing defy demonstration. This blog is a place where I’m organizing concepts and truths that shine through the holes in our reality, illuminating a collective consciousness. I hope to hear from you again!

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