The Holographic Universe. . . WTF?

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    Oct 03, 2012 11:43 AM GMT
    How do you feel about potentially being a hologram? Have you ever heard of the Theory that we are living in a holographic universe. . .

    Check out the article, Michael Talbot the author, also has a book out on the subject of a Holographic Multiverse.

    Check it out!

    http://rense.com/general69/holoff.htm

    Crazy
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    Oct 03, 2012 1:11 PM GMT
    Ok. What am I supposed to do with in my everyday life? Can I alter my brain's interpretation of the holographic frequencies and change my perceptions?
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    Oct 03, 2012 4:24 PM GMT
    Caslon21000 saidOk. What am I supposed to do with in my everyday life?


    "Because of realization one does not remain in samsara, because of compassion one does not remain in peace." ~~ the Abhisamayalamkara

    Thank God for free will, huh? So we have choices in what to do with our everyday lives. Besides just surviving it in the first place (or not: also a choice), the choices seem to range from indulging our heart's delight--even without regard for ramifications of thoughts, words and actions--to becoming more aware of consciousness, expanding and refining it within what is perceived & lived as the self, and applying that as seems appropriate.

    Caslon21000 saidCan I alter my brain's interpretation of the holographic frequencies and change my perceptions?


    Yes. These are known as altered states of consciousness. We do this all the time whether by drugs or drink or mood swings or trance or dreaming, et al.

    The Toltecs have an interesting way of looking at altering your brain's interpretation of frequencies. As told by Castaneda (I'm going back to my readings a lot of years ago so can only hope I remembered this correctly), they view our individual lives as a body of energy/mass of consciousness. Curiously, viewing inanimate objects like trees as being hugely endowed with consciousness whereas our special feature is our abundance of energy.

    In their view, what makes this so-called reality seem so concrete is simply everyone's attention upon it. But that it is possible for the individual to break away from this frequency by setting their attention upon another, that there is a focal point within consciousness (& they even locate it just on the outside of the so-called energy body) as experienced as an individual which can be manually adjusted and fixed upon another frequency whereby that reality is then lived as real and concrete as this one for the time that attention is set there.
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    Oct 03, 2012 5:17 PM GMT
    Watching The Matrix is not allowed while smoking pot.