Questioning the Nature of Reality

The other day I saw a stimulating documentary called “Quantum Communication“.  In this film, producer David Sereda brings together many researchers and scientists to describe the phenomenon of communicating via the quantum field. While a lot of what came up seemed like pseudo-science and hogwash, some of it was very interesting.

My favorite part was near the beginning when PhD Bruce Lipton said “Every human being is equally powerful in there creative ability to shape the planet.” To me, this was a beautiful sentiment that resonates the kind of empowerment more and more of us will come to embrace over the coming years.

Another interesting part dealt with the research done by Dean Radin who would show test subjects different pictures and monitor their reactions. If the image was pleasant and comforting or scary and threatening, the subjects would respond in various ways.But what the tests also showed was how the subjects would actually begin to react appropriately prior to the image being displayed, anticipating what the image was going to be. It would be interesting to see how replicable these tests are in similar experiments.

Radin’s experiments are a bit of a microcosm of Princeton’s Global Consciousness Project, which found correlations between major global events and shifts in supposedly random number generation. For example, the 9/11 attacks in New York resulted in a statistically significant shift in the number generation, adding support to their theory of a global consciousness beginning to emerge.

This kind of research can be so easily dismissed as nonsense because it opposes our typical world view. But just because the vast majority of us don’t believe it or understand it, doesn’t mean these researchers aren’t on to something.

There was a time when most people thought the earth was flat and resided at the center of the universe. Only because of daring individuals willing to challenge conventional wisdom were we able to form a clearer picture of the nature of reality.

One day we might scientifically prove that there is an ultimate unifying consciousness permeating throughout the entire universe. If we do, much to the dismay of today’s scientific majority and the skeptics, we’ll see how those who espouse such beliefs were right all along.

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