Originally posted by 3NL1GHT3N3D1
reply to post by Unity_99
If you see us as the universe experiencing itself, then nature is sentient because we are a part of nature. We are the conscious part of the universe
We're consciously inserted within. And then we forget.
When I hit upon, the holographic universe, and infinity itself, I reached in quickly, and my Higher Self greeted me and had over a month of downloads
and experiences with HS. My son and I shared an experience when we talking about infinity, prior to the thread in my signature on holographic
universe, it came out that experience. I was tripping over why things were even here, why infinite something over infinite nothing, but since have a
better idea, as infinity means all, infinite something and nothing and varieties of all this, wherein true nothingness cancels out as its not
I'm a stickler for answers, had a vision once of being a child and picking up each grain of sand and examining it from every angle and putting it in
At that moment, this huge old man "guide" stepped out of the sky, like a kindly teacher, university teacher with humor, laughing with delight over the
students puzzling over such an unusual topic for earthlings I gathered. And my son, shot straight up looking stunned. I tested by simply saying "he
laughed!",and he nodded over and over. So we talked about this, never had we shared a vision before.
In any case, the downloads included, that this was a roll of film, infinite, snapshots, and now Im reading Bradens Divine Matrix, naming a nuclear
physicist, Bohm, who discovered nuclear particles are more like a plasma, one thing, combined, like a projection screen, or like a roll of film, as
i've been shown.
And, that we are both the canvas and the artist at the same time, with consciousness collapsing the wave so to speak.
But in a sense we're a projection from a higher realm, a never ending story, and do we wake up and grow conscious, like in Groundhog Day the movie,
tweaking the system?
edit on 18-7-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)