a reply to: Breakthestreak
Interesting post, particularly liked this bit:
This "Sharing Thoughts" experiment may very well show us that you are me, I am you, we are him, we are her, they are us and all things are a part of
this Unified Field and we are all 'one'
I am the walrus
"I am he as you are he as you are me
And we are all together
See how they run like pigs from a gun
See how they fly
Which was apparently a song made to have a go at those taking the beetles seriously, in a "try to work that one out" kinda way. Which makes me think
that even if we perfected such technology would it even be that useful to us, we'd probably just abuse it or look for things that probably didn't
exist or is so obvious it should've been known without such technology.
Interestingly, in the Stephen King book "Dreamcatcher" a character likes to call himself "the eggman" I'd say that book is connected in a coincidental
kind of way since it's about a bunch of kids that had a special psychic connection due to a disabled kid who was part of the pack... It was how the
kid communicated. Anyways the other kids took this gift as "normal", Eastern religions have said such capabilities are normal but not for the
uninitiated. Point being, they were connected. In the book aliens " invade" and one of their weapons is a fungus that a infects and connects all
living things, the aliens use this to see and control anything.
Doesn't work on the kids so much, they could already "see the line".
I just find that all coincidental, I'm also aware this post is coming across as a ramble too, maybe I need to link up to get my point across...
But yes, technology like this when perfected would undoubtedly be abused. Too many people don't have any humility towards the difference and
indifference between us, many people don't have respect for life in general never mind human life.
Fascinating stuff to think about, seems technology will acquire the capabilities seemingly only Eastern ascended masters once acquired. It's funny
that, how we go in circles.
I also agree that the universe, the animate and inanimate are intrinsically connected. Science is pointing us in that direction.
Are we ready for it?
No, probably not. We're one but not the same, it's our differences that all too readily define us. Again, nice post and I apologize for my rambling.