#4 Mind over What’s the Matter
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#4 Mind over What’s the Matter

I’m reading a book on biocentrism by Robert Lanza. His proposition, which has substantial critics, is that consciousness did not (does not) arise from physical creation. Instead, physical creation arises from consciousness:  Everything  is an energy wave with multiple possibilities … until it is observed by mind, and only then does the thing become a particle with solid “reality.” (Yes, this contradicts a prior post in What Goes Around about consciousness emerging from creation.)

Mind over matter … as well as over time and space.

Per the proposition,  we do not come to be within a field of time and space. Rather, matter, time and space come to be within a field of consciousness that — by observing — shifts matter, time and space from possibilities into a specific, tangible reality.

I am intrigued by the notion of an infinite field of consciousness — of which you and I are part and parcel — that creates time and space and everything else.

If only we could reverse the process and bring particular possibilities into reality by looking for them. Perhaps we do. You see what you look for.

It’s time to look for something better. It’s time to see and create something better.

As my preacher father said, “You get what you get ready for.” Ergo, if you are getting ready for doomsday, doomsday is what you will create.

Why not get ready for Utopia? See yourself differently, and be the change you wish to see.

One Comment

  • Marshall Smith

    July 14, 2016

    Consciousness from creation. Creation from consciousness. Perhaps the two are complementary and not competitive if we are willing to live in and hold the tension between them.

    “The opposite of a fact is a falsehood, but the opposite of one profound truth may very well be another profound truth.” — Niels Bohr

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