February 13, 2006

Traveling in the Superhologram

“Space, too, must be viewed as a product of our mode of perception.”Patients with out of body experiences could describe their operations correctly. Others couldn’t. “Remember that in a holographic universe, location itself is just an illusion.”
Those with bear death experience agree on what they see, light and energy that can manifest itself in human forms or not, or partially. Time and space cease to exist. Thought structures form patterns. The beings of light ask if your motivation was love. Images produced by interacting thought forms appear real. “Some near death experiencers discovered that in the presence of the light they suddenly had direct access to all knowledge. One person said “One thing I learned was that we are all part of one big, living universe. If we think we can hurt another person or another living being without hurting ourselves we are sadly mistaken. ..”
Swedenborg noted that in the spirit world one no longer needs to eat food, but added that information takes its place as a source of nourishment. A seven year old boy said “Death is like walking into your own mind.”
Sri Aurobindo had to learn to silence the endless chatter of words and thoughts in order to explore the planes of consciousness. “What is physical reality? It is, said Sri Aurobindo, just ‘a mass of stable light.’”
Return to the Dreamtime
“We are learning how to deal with the plasticity that is part and parcel of a universe in which mind and reality are a continuum..” Friday, February 10, 2006 The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot posted by art gittleman at 8:58 PM

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