Nothing is controlled. That is merely a particular perspective. Energy merely interacts and we humans have the awareness to see patterns in theses interactions. We can then observe specific outcomes from certain patterns. We describe this as harnessing the energy. The fact is, by observing specific patterns we exclude all other interactions that are occurring […]Read More Harnessing energy and the Butterly Effect
On writing that down I realised how we are told we think. The terms think, thinking, thought, are all referring to an image-making process. Imagination – the process by which we make “pictures in our heads”. There is in fact, no such thing as “a thought”. Not stand-alone, by itself. So, we could say the […]Read More “A clutter of thoughts”…
The length of a degree is in a ratio to the radius of a circle. (The centre of the circle is the eye! The viewing device). Whatever length of unit is used to define one, equally dictates the other. Earths radius of 3963 miles produces a degree length of 24887.64 ÷ 360 = 69.13 miles. […]Read More A formula for finding the length of a degree.
You have to discover God in you. That which keeps you alive is God. That which knows you cannot die is God. God is indefinable by the fact that definition requires boundaries. God has no boundaries. When you know that everything you see is real, then you get a sense of God IN you. Seeing […]Read More Being in God
Free will implies the ability to manifest reality. If this is a fact, then reality is an abstract construct. We imagine the laws, rules, and above all patterns. We construct reality from our awareness of cycles. Repetition, to be observed, requires the ability to separate foreground from background. To do this we have to imagine […]Read More Choosing Reality
The experience of physical reality requires the human sensors to feel “pressure”, be it the photon of light from a star, or the crushing weight of a huge stone, or even the sounds of rain – all experiences are the result of pressure on a sensor. This pressure is the equivalent of hell, the fall, etc, […]Read More Heaven and Hell
Technology, the fusing of science and commerce, has probably been the single greatest contributor to shaping the modern philosophy. We cannot hide from the fact that the development of technology was driven by mechanization, mass-production and there-after big business. This is causing an ever-widening split between knowledge and wisdom. Even today there is a belief that a knowledge-driven economy is more powerful […]Read More Wisdom and Technology
Art can be described as the symbols and crafts that define a society, culture, and civilization. It is that by which we can learn about a people’s way of thinking. From prehistoric cave paintings to the contents of Tate Modern in London, humans have communicated their observations via painting, sculpture, music, literature, and rituals (from […]Read More The Role of Art
The Human intellect has a certain way of being aware. This is different from the awareness of being Human as opposed to being aware of a horse or a tree. Out of an entire community of people, there may be one or two that have this type of intellect. Then, due to the way humans […]Read More Creative thinking as a Social System
Whatever you do in your life, your actions cause a change in the system. This is the nub, the essence of the question “what is life’s purpose?” Or “Is there meaning to life?” Your actions are; spontaneous, reactive, planned or dictated. When you choose a lifestyle that merely “tows the line” of the society you […]Read More What is the meaning of life?