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By synchronicity, you are implying that something intelligent, besides the material observer, can collapse wave function.
Collapsing wave function is the ability of the observer to make choices that change the states of matter. Obviously, humans change the states of matter by our thoughts. Look at the dimensions and then apply what is hidden from our view.
Most physicists would state that the 5th dimension is a probability space where all things that could happen are present. When we collapse a choice from this space, it descends down into the dimensions below to change our reality. What have I described? For one, a mechanism of purpose and design.
This is an easy inference since we know the evidence for our own thoughts and movements.
Synchronicity is a proclamation.
With the body and DNA, we have 46 chromosomes. These amino acids come in 22 pairs with 2 sex chromosomes. They render the body with 22 proteins that morph just like language. What do we get when the rendering of the image is complete? A human mind and body that is right and left sided. One side is abstract mathematical and the other is concrete and literal.
s you state, it is difficult to draw comparisons, but the comparisons are there
Considering the parallels in Kabbalah and the tree of life, I think all your brain parts can be readily identified.
How does one reconcile the radical implications of quantum theory with Darwin's theory of evolution? Its simply restating a philosophical question in scientific-materialist terms.
"The gaps in the fossil record suggested to quite a few biologists that Darwinism is not the complete story of evolution . . . Creationism also does not make complete sense; though the Christian contention that God intervenes in the affairs of the world, even in biological evolution, to align the world with purposiveness, is credible in a science within consciousness. . . . But in science within consciousness, we can look at the fossil gaps as the signature of creative conscious intervention -- purpose enters evolution creatively.
Don't get me wrong, I admitted earlier to a seeming correlation between a macrocosmic and microcosmic reality. It is the only way I can explain the phenomena of synchronicity: there must be some "chord" reverberating both spheres in synch. But this is a far simpler statement than the more complex and sophisticated claim that all details in all sciences, from physics, chemistry biology to neuroscience, form a archetypal continuum.
This is a basic and provable claim. It may imply a fundamental ontological architecture, but it also emphasizes the different, even opposite ways in which reality can be understood and known. For the Socratic Greeks, a "contradiction" was reprehensible. Only one thing can be correct, and anything in contradiction with that first premise is necessarily false. But for most other peoples, the Hebrews, Indian-Iranian and Eastern peoples, contradiction wasn't a problem: it was a basic function of reality.
If we look more closely at the brain, we notice that the left motor and sensory cortices handle the opposite side of the body (called contralateral processing). If the body and brain are taken as symbols for the spiritual and physical, then this would imply that both aspects of reality contain the other, like the Yin Yang symbol. Reality can be understood in linear or intuitive terms. It can be known "logically" through inference, or felt "emotionally", through direct affectation. I can conceptualize reality, down to it's smallest parts, in terms of an "archetypal" continuum, or, I can experience reality, down to its smallest and most insignificant aspect, as a "thou", as a living and conscious thing.
But perhaps the most intriguing feature of brain anatomy is the pineal gland. Unlike all other organs found within the midbrain, there is only one pineal gland: it is not duplicated in each hemisphere. This is interesting. What we do know about the pineal gland is that it regulates sleep levels through the release of melatonin. One could argue that sleep is the "interface" between spiritual and physical reality. Also, some researchers have postulated that the pineal gland may be a source for neuro '___'. Although this hasn't been definitively proven, it is an interesting suggestion, since '___' has pretty incredible psychedelic powers. Again, it would act as an intermediary between spiritual and physical reality.