11813Re: [Meditation Society of America] apperception? Sandeep
- Dec 1, 2003----- Original Message -----From: "texasbg2000" <Bigbobgraham@...>Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 11:11 PMSubject: Re: [Meditation Society of America] apperception? Sandeep> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Sandeep
> <face=Arial size=2>sandeepc@b...> wrote:
>much. And thank you for
> Very nice Sandeep! I enjoyed this very
> taking the time to compilethis.You are welcome
> About the simultaneity of two particlesseparated in space. Isn't
> this like telepathy?Yes, as the Aspect experiments showed.
>of the ants underfoot.
> In practicing ahimsa I started to take note
> After trying to avoid them for some timein my walking meditations I
> found that I would occasionally look downfor ants and there would be
> one on his way to exactly where my foot washeaded.:-)Yes.The incidence of synchronicities, increases exponentially.
> Soon I grew confident that I would neverstep on antother ant. I
> communed with ants is one way to look atit.
> I also imagined that Consciousness was one, and the
> of "there is an ant down there" came into being in mymind in a
> fashion some refer to as telepathy.At the same time, Bobby,...........it would be the same Consciousness which would have manifested itself as an object or objects which would appear to be the epitome of "himsa" and keep crushing ants by the hundreds.I am one with all things
in beauty, in ugliness
for whatsoever is, there I amNot only in virtue
but in sin too I am a partner:
and not only heaven but hell too is mine.Buddha, Jesus, Lao tzu-
it is easy to be their heir
But Genghis, Taimur and Hitler?
They are also within me!no, not half- I AM THE WHOLE
Whatsoever's is man's, is mine-
flowers and thorns
darkness as well as lightAnd if nectar is mine, whose is poison?
NECTAR AND POISON-BOTH ARE MINESpace and time of course are not relevant here. But physicists don't really like that way of saying it.Well it is amazing what is happening in the field of Science.There is far more convergence to spirituality in Science, today, than in the field of spirituality.Karta (I think she is on this List also) has recently posted elsewhere, an interview with Dr Amit Goswami, (A professor of physics at the University of Oregon and a member of its Institute of Theoretical Science
From that interview,...... "that the universe, in order to exist, requires a conscious sentient being to be aware of it. Without an observer, he claims, it only exists as a possibility. And as they say in the world of science, Goswami has done his math. Marshalling evidence from recent research in cognitive psychology, biology, parapsychology and quantum physics, and leaning heavily on the ancient mystical traditions of the world, Goswami is building a case for a new paradigm that he calls "monistic idealism," the view that consciousness, not matter, is the foundation of everything that is.
He has written a book The Self-Aware Universe: How Consciousness Creates the Material World.
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