Thursday, August 20, 2009

At the Brink of a Revolution I Know Exists

I went to the library today, which is one of my favorite places to spend hours on end, and came away with four books that I can't wait to read. I started reading one but was too excited about another book to read too much more of the first.

This book, 'The Field' by Lynne McTaggart, will help me describe and more fully understand what I will do in Arizona and possibly the rest of my life. (A pretty good book, huh??)

The Prologue is a killer. This is the time for everyone to put on their thinking caps and focus in.

"The Field provides scientific validation of areas which have largely been the domain of religion, mysticism, alternative medicine or New Age speculation. For a number of decades respected scientists in a variety of disciplines all over the world have been carrying out well-designed experiments that have shown that at our most elemental, we are not a chemical reaction, but an energetic charge. Human beings and all living things are a compound of energy in a field of energy connected to every other thing in the world. This pulsating energy field is the central engine of our being and our consciousness, the alpha and omega of our existence."

In other words we are all made of the same basic material. " On our most fundamental level, living beings, including human beings, are packets of quantum energy constantly exchanging information with an inexhastible sea of energy. Living things emit a weak radiation, and this is the most crucial aspect of biological processes. Information about all aspects of life, from cellular communcation to the vast array of controls of our DNA, is relayed through an information exchange on the quantum level. Thinking, feeling- every higher cognitive function-has to do with the quantum information pulsating simultatneously through our brains and body. Human perception occurs because of the interctioins between the subatomic particles of our brains and the quantum energy sea. We literally resonate with our world." This 'quantum sea of energy' could also be called a life force, collective consciousness or, as theologians have termed it, the Holy Spirit. Scientists have provided a plausible explanation of all those areas that over the centuries mankind has had faith in but no solid evidence of." (By the way, these ideas are considered quantum physics.)

Now, those of you readers who have stuck with me this far and haven't heard of any of this before are probably wondering why more people don't know about these experiments. "I mean, if it's the key of our existence, then why am I just now hearing about it from a damn blog?!?!"

Let me explain my dear friends. These ideas were the stuff of treason. In many cases, these scientists have to fight against a hostile establishment. Their investigations have gone on for over 30 years, largely unacknowledged or suppressed, but not because the quality of the work but because their results does not fit the prevailing scientific view of the world. Acknowledging these new ideas would require scrapping much of what modern science believed in and, in a sense, starting over from scratch. It is time to usher in the new rules and discard the old ones.

(For more information on this topic, get to the library. Or at least rent a movie called 'What the Bleep Do We Know.")

Seacrest Out.

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