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Merging Eastern Mysticism with Quantum Physics,
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This review is from: The Divine Matrix: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief (Paperback)
"The Divine Matrix" provides many interesting insights into what constitutes "reality" and at times the book can be hard to comprehend given it's metaphysical, philosophical and scientific content. The author contends that some kind of malleable ethereal field of energy binds the (holographic) universe together and that rather than playing an observatory role in the universe , we humans are actually participants in it. I found out quite a few things I didn't know about in this book, such as that the existence of DNA alters the behaviour of matter and that human emotion changes DNA (I already was aware that the mere act of observation can change matter from a particle to a wave). Fitting all of the author's information into a coherent world view is quite a task though. He basically seems to be saying that we're all essentially non solid entities living in an immaterial soup that only our (interlinked) consciousness turns into a vivid dreamworld , where we choose our reality from the myriad options available at any one time. Because consciousness is holographically interlinked , individuals and groups have the power to make exponential alterations to overall human consciousness by concentrated acts of will and belief. Maybe I'm wrong , but that's the gist of what I picked up. All very heavy stuff. Clearly over the millennia, other dimensional entities and their human allies have been manipulating this knowledge by imprisoning humanity using types of mind control such as religion.But we can break free if the will is there. "The Divine Matrix" is an interesting , if difficult book and is one for readers who like to think outside of the box.
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Initial post: 9 Feb 2010 18:16:42 GMT
C. O'Brien says:
Isn't it the other way around - the act of observation can change a wave to a particle? Collapse of the wave function, etc? Correct me if I'm wrong, someone.
In reply to an earlier post on 9 Feb 2010 18:27:42 GMT
L. Davidson says:
Yeah,you're right - my mistake...
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