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Offline Hamgerench

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NATURE OF REALITY
« on: February 18, 2008, 06:54:55 PM »
NATURE OF REALITY


"Countries like ours are full of people who have all of the material comforts they desire, yet lead lives of quiet (and at times noisy) desperation, understanding nothing but the fact that there is a hole inside them and that however much food and drink they pour into it, however many motorcars and television sets they stuff it with, however many well-balanced children and loyal friends they parade around the edges of it...it aches!"


Sooner or later everyone starts to ask questions about the nature of reality. We are curious about who we are; we ponder on the meaning of life; we look at the world and wonder what our place in it is. Our search will usually take us to information, including the major religions, that suggests’wholeness’ to reality; that everything is 'one'; that we are more than just flesh and blood.

We are now in a very exciting time when quantum physics is making discoveries about reality that support what the ancient wisdom philosophies have been saying for thousands of years. It is therefore surprising that there are hundreds of websites which claim to be examining the nature of reality, but in fact are only examining small areas of this oneness'; they seem to have fallen into the trap of 'dualism'. That is to say, no matter what their starting point is, or what terminology they use, sooner or later they talk in terms of 'spiritual' and 'physical'. They are left with these seemingly irreconcilable opposites which will never allow the true nature of reality to make sense.

It is the same mistake classical science made when trying to find the so-called spark of life that they thought was somehow injected into inert matter. It is only with the advent of quantum physics that science has started to realize that a totally new and radical approach is needed to begin to understand the nature of reality.
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