posted on Apr, 6 2004 @ 01:49 AM
Our understanding of the universe is only as fine as the models we build to explain it to us.
To the naked eye, an un-illuminated piece of holographic film appears to have no order or meaning. Its order is implied within the apparently random
interference patterns; illuminated by the proper light, the implicate order becomes explicate and the image appears. Our three-dimensional universe,
likewise, is the explicate construction of a vaster and more mysterious dimensionless realm, illuminated by the light of consciousness.
Under the right conditions (psychoactive drugs or Holotropic Breathwork TM, e.g.), a person can experience transpersonal states of consciousness, and
think the thoughts of other people, past lives, plants and animals, the planet itself, or even the entire cosmos.
The holographic model is highly controversial, and is by no means accepted by a majority of scientists. However, many important and impressive
thinkers DO support it and believe it to be the most accurate picture of reality to date.
I think this is an extremely accurate theory, and that is applies very well to the theories of ESP, psycho-kenetics, etc. What is your opinion?