posted on Oct, 31 2002 @ 07:16 AM
TC, you have a point there... With what we as the masses currently know and experience, you are totally correct.
The only thing is, (bear with me here, I'm going a little deep) IMO the holographic theory is one of the most (if not the
scientific model of the universe. It states that we are more than we think we are, and that we are one with the universe/god whatever...
You can compare that with the individual cells of your body. Your body cannot function well if only your brain cells have most of the nutrition and
your liver's cells don't. For the whole body to be healthy and function properly, all cells should be well...
Even the Bible says that we are all one...
We westerners still think in dualistic ways. The other is not me and not a part of me and doesn't have anything to with me. Based on these terms, it
But based on monistic terms, it can work.
This is where the saying "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." comes from I think. Because whatever you do to others, you are in
reality doing to yourself...
(This is a .doc file of which I selected this quote)
"The holonomic brain theory of Pribram, and the holographic quantum theory of Bohm, added with Laszloís fifth field contribution quoted above,
shows us that we are part of something much greater and vast than ours individual mind. Our mind is a subsystem of a universal hologram, accessing
and interpreting this holographic universe. We are interactive resonants and harmonics systems with this unbroken self-organizing wholeness. We are
this holoinformational field of consciousness, and not observers external to it. The external observerís perspective made us lose the sense and the
feeling of unity or supreme identity, generating the immense difficulties we have in understanding that we are one with the whole and not part of
Like Toltec says,
What are your thoughts?