Though I make it not an aim, because lowering frequencies to the separated state would serve no purpose in this case — it is nevertheless my highest priority and the deepest longing of my heart to experience myself as the One Being, the cosmos of consciousness I am, while still in the body.
As an experimental tool for shifting the architecture of the brain which projects my experience as a separated individual to one which enables me to experience myself as both the One Being and a human personality, I have created and started practicing today the 'One Being Mantra'.
The book, 'Beyond Biocentrism' has helped return me to my inherent worldview, by providing solid science behind it, which satisfies that aspect of my intellect.
The book confirms what I knew as a teenager when writing the poem, 'The Universe is You,' and over the years while writing about what I coined as the One Being.
Yet, that remained intellectual knowing. Now a scientist makes public the conclusion that consciousness is outside physical laws, cannot be apprehended by the intellect or gross physical senses, and can only be intuitively felt and experienced.
Following are more excerpts, to the place in the book read so far.
by Robert Lanza, M.D.
'...Regarding the 'single entity' experience — this interconnectedness is consistent with the *global quantum state* (which we'll explore in chapter 19).
'If one could explore all knowledge — everything possible (I.e., everything that can be experienced in space and time) — our individual separateness would melt away, which is what happens in the entanglement experiments, and what these mystics seem to be describing.' - pages 112-113
'...If information is defined as everything involved in cause-and-effect exchanges, then information interactions are continuous and omnipresent on all levels.'
'....By contrast, if we use the word *knowledge*, then the exchange must involve a sentient organism. But again, because Biocentrism maintains that everything lies within consciousness, and nothing exists apart from observers, we'll use *information* in a wide sense.' - page 130
'... Yet, mysterious or not, we surely want to know whether awareness can be described in physical terms, such as the sum total of neural processes in he brain.
'If, in the fullness of time, we find that consciousness *cannot* be explained exclusively by physical events, then possibly like the mysterious vacuum energy that fills the cosmos, it may require an explanation using non physical means. This sounds uncomfortably on the precipice of Magic. Nonetheless, some philosophers resolutely maintain that consciousness is indeed non physical in nature. But if so, than what outside of the physical and biological sciences is required to explain it?...'
'Somehow (according to science's mainstream view) the inanimate materials that comprise our bodies — carbon and minerals and electrical pulses — find a way to bestow on us the experience of *feelings*.' - page 144
[Gary: 'Cogito, ergo sum', the philosophical statement made in Latin by René Descartes, and usually translated into English as "I think, therefore I am," would perhaps be truer as 'Sentio, ergo sum' — "I feel, therefore I am."
Being, equated to consciousness, is more closely related to feeling than to thinking. Presence is felt, not thought, seen, smelled, heard, tasted, or touched. Feelings and emotions are commonly interchanged, but they are distinct. The distinction can be made clear by saying 'intuitive feelings' in reference to the sense of Being. Also, human awareness is a property of universal consciousness, imperfectly processed by the exquisite physical architecture of the brain. My human awareness feelings.]
The authors continue,
'This becomes the bottom line. Why and how do we *feel*? How does this sense of perception, or awareness, or consciousness, arise? What is it, really? This goes to the heart of everything... Is there really anything that [arises]? We all recognize this sense of awareness; it's more intimate than anything else. It intuitively feels like it's beyond time and space (which in fact it is). Our memories are selective, but consciousness has always been our deepest companion. Our true self, truth be told. Does it arise at all? Is it Eternal?... - pages 145-146
'...The sense of solidity is illusory; you feel only repulsive electrical fields. Fields. Energies. Nothing solid, ever. And it all occurs within the detector (mind), which imparts a sense of space (location) and time, which otherwise have no inherent reality.
'Indeed, the universe can be viewed as a blurry, probabilistic state of potential information, which the mind-system 'collapses' into actual information and sensations when processed by the mind-system. It's a unitary process that bestows the feeling of 'me' — the sense of being....' - pages 146-147
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