We Are One
Our oneness with the Universe is understood
through quiet contemplation
amidst the unfolding insights of our marvelous
And as we discover energetics and morphogenic fields
human consciousness rapidly begins to unfold.
I first became aware of the term “Interconnectivity” in 2006. I read about it from a group of bio-physicists whose experimental “working model” had unexpectedly led them to the inescapable conclusion that all things extant in time and space emerge from a common First Source. They eventually called this the “Ultimate Thought.”
Those bio-physicists—-who were the Life Physics Group in California—-also discovered that within this Ultimate Thought there exist both upward and downward chains of causality.
Human beings are co-creators with the Great Creation to produce the reality in which they live. They are not the helpless puppets of fate or accident—-nor are they the victims of divine whim.
This is about taking personal responsibility when we finally realize that the healing and transformation of our dysfunctional world is on-going—-accelerating—-and unstoppable.
Our traditional materialistic/reductionistic “science”—-which gave our world suicidal weapons of total destruction—-a toxic dying ocean—-air unfit to breathe and food unfit to eat—-and did it all in the name of false “innovation and progress”—-has clearly shown itself to be just the opposite.
It must now go the way of the dinosaur and become extinct forever, as it is subsumed by an entirely new paradigm on this planet—-a new time which is fundamentally based upon awesome appreciation and humble respect for the entire web of life.
I later discovered that the term “interconnectivity” has already been in use by Buddhists for a very long time. This shows that today’s scientists are only catching up with the wisdom of the ancients. They are not really discovering anything new at all but remembering what has always been known. It was long obscured and often purposefully obfuscated by tyrants desiring power and control over their fellow men. Finally, it became another forgotten item in our collective amnesia.
This idea of a common First Source is indeed the most ancient Vedic idea of God. It is classical. This is not speaking of a detached “God” which is assumed to be “out there” or “up there” somewhere in some location (as now interepreted by many diverse religions) but instead—-this common First Source is the Ultimate Creative Intelligence which dwells at the very center core of all things. It is omnipresent and exists in every place and every time all at once.
It is the very spark of life. It is light and it is the spirit which embodies the highest principal of unselfish love and creativity and, at the same time, coagulates into the densest solid matter.
Understanding this is to understand how and why the Universe operates. This is the ancient Vedic science which, unlike the lopsided materialist/realist/reductionist “science” of our recent past, did not exclude the precepts and concepts of mind, consciousness and spirit.
This is the primary idea that lies at the very core of all earth’s religions—-in spite of the fact that now many religious systems have totally forgotten about it all together.
The Buddhists recognize no separated “God” and do not even use the term “God.” Instead, they call this First Source the “Buddha Nature” which they view as endemic in all things.
It matters not what you call it.
The Taoists call it the “Tao”—-The Old Testament calls it the “I AM”—-the American Indians call it the “Great Spirit.” The Christians call it the “Father” and Islam calls it “Allah.” And, of course, there are countless names for this primary Source at the root of all things which are found in every human culture on earth.
Each human culture on earth interprets this First Source in their own way through their particular point-of-view and vantage point giving rise to many diverse religions and philosophies—-many of which totally forgot the primary essence of this holy science.
The modern physicists discovered quantum entanglement and many of them eventually proved to themselves (by the scientific method) that all things in the Universe are not only related to each other—-but intimately and specifically interconnected.
Discovering the interacting mechanisms of those never-before-noticed relationships is the new and all-encompassing challenge to humankind on planet earth.
Various aspects of this will be what I write about here.
Update Feb. 10, 2012—hello from our friends, the trees.