Today’s Ramtha quote is a dose of physics. David Bohm’s interpretations made a lot of sense but didn’t have a lot of traction in the physics community at large. One of his books was a dialogue between himself and Krishnamurti. I got into metaphysics after reading a couple books (The Dancing Wu Li Masters and The Tao of Physics) which basically drew comparisons between quantum mechanics and relativity with Buddhist beliefs. Anyway, Ramtha seems to like Bohm’s work.
“David Bohm, an entity who lived in the last century, understood that there were particles that did not react to the stabilization of the atom and that the atom was a stable force, a particle or atomic force from which light was made. He understood that packets of light were a collision of positrons and electrons which created an explosion – one of each made one photon – and that in this realm the only action that could actually be understood was the decay of certain atoms from some elements.
“However, he saw and knew that within this realm, this level of consciousness, there were particles that did not stay within the realm. He would say that these particles blinked off and on: one would appear, go out, and appear somewhere else. He called this realm the implicate order. David Bohm did not know about the seven levels of consciousness and energy. Everyone concludes in science there is a zero place, but they don’t understand the nature of that zero space relative to the space and particles they are studying. Imagine for a moment that the third plane, the light realm, is the only level that Bohm was studying. Particles would flash on and flash off, so he said those particles come from an implicate order and they unfold into the explicate order.”