Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Enfolding & Unfolding of States

Have a look at David Bohm's book "Wholeness and the Implicate Order" to get an appreciation of what Ramtha is talking about here.  Bohm's "Implicate Order" has profound philosophical implications ... including the action of consciousness in physics ... but it had virtually no traction among the mainstream physics community.  Too bad!

“Those subatomic particles, as it were, that constitute indeed the quantum level don’t live in time.  One particle could be in infinite positions at the same time.  Why is the awareness of your particular quantum field, the static field that it is, without the mobility of becoming an alternate field, if indeed it has these parallel experiences and probabilities?  In reality, in true reality, the alternate conjunctions of this state are infinite, but we don’t see them.
“The way that it works is that this state enfolds and unfolds a possible state within its existing state.”
(Ramtha:  Parallel Lifetimes, Fluctuations in the Quantum Field)

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