‘…what do these beliefs have to do with quantum mechanics and the experimentally verified theories on the cutting edge of modern scientific thought?
As it turns out, more than we could ever imagine…Javidtash reveals the stunning similarities between these views of reality—addressing concepts of consciousness, perception, and the universe.
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“For thousands of years, mystical and religious traditions such as Advaita Vedanta have taught the concept of a nondual reality. In nondualism there is no mental, no physical—no separation between creator and creation. There is only one universe comprising variations of the same substance.
But what do these beliefs have to do with quantum mechanics and the experimentally verified theories on the cutting edge of modern scientific thought?
As it turns out, more than we could ever imagine—enough to create…
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for contemplation as we enter July 2017 energy weather…
We walk with our eyes open and hearts closed. The soul never stops yearning. Cramped apartments with empty tea cups. Sliding down the bath tub and breathing in numb oxygen. Passing down the streets at lonely hours and seeing old men drinking out of brown paper bags. Dull colors and bright colors. Frequencies of ships lost in torrential storms. A sound, a cry; heard but ignored. The hurt in these eyes. The façade of futile smiles. The temperature soars, so does the anger within. The cat with devil eyes. Glistening in the dark of the night. Choked prayers in small town hospitals. The propulsion of an airplane flying from Bangkok to Bulgaria. This world, with immense everything. Black jackets and old records. Neon lights of an Asian pub. An old library somewhere in England. Rubble. Rust. Romance. Iced tea in dry summer heat. Fleeting joys. Broken toys. Aliens and the…
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