“...mounting evidence is demonstrating that from dynamic in-formational patterns embedded on a holographic boundary and initiated from deeper non-physical realms, our entire Universe arises, exists and evolves as a unified entity.”
“The ancient Sanskrit word, maya, is often translated as meaning illusory and sometimes used to depict the ‘illusion’ of the physical world. Whilst the apparent duality between mind and materiality and the seeming separations of the world are being progressively understood as being indeed illusory, an alternative interpretation of maya is ‘partial’. This perception instead validates our human experiences and the authentic reality of our Universe, yet sets them in a vastly greater context of multidimensional consciousness and a Cosmos that is unified yet wonder-fully differentiated.
In doing so, it empowers us, both personally and collectively, to realise our meaningful and purposeful roles as micro-cosmic co-creators of the existence and evolutionary arc of our Universe.”
“When we can, by re-membering who we really are and knowing rather than hoping that we’re microcosmic co-creators, be empowered to celebrate both our individual uniqueness and collective diversity, and harness our communal wisdom to transform our current global emergency into the emergence of our conscious evolution.”
In saying that existence begins and ends with our own life cycle from conception to death, our very being is only truly aware of its self, having come from the merging of egg and sperm and ending when our brain stops functioning. Every thing we are and do and become begins at conception...we grow, we transform, we run on a blueprint for what we will become and all that we will genetically suffer, and we physically and mentally transform according to what we do with our self amid our surroundings.
BUT...we have parents and grandparents and ancestors, and our friends have the same, and we have history associated with how we came to be when our parents met and created us. AND...our ancestors arose from particular parts of Earth and celestial bodies and particles entrapped by Earth’s body and what that body has. Specific records exist to define history, either natural records in Earth, recordings by other humans, photons holding various energy signatures traversing the Universe that arose from other celestial bodies, and our own memories of the life we have lived and all the experiences we have had.
We know all existence didn’t begin when we were conceived, but on a very personal level, it did. We only have what we can access to tell us what kind of history has gone before, and if we do not avail ourselves of a great many things, our world view only extends beyond our minds as much as we involve ourselves with.
Jude’s article and just those few extracts are a little part of so much that is out there that expresses not just what information is or what we are, but also that we are all that there is that we can be sure of. Our ‘world’ is what we live in...until we die. How can any of us be wrong unless we realize we are not right? No matter all the evidence that can be offered to show us we are not right, we won’t accept it until we do accept it...that’s when things change. That’s when our world view changes...that’s when history takes on a new meaning...that’s when the future gets altered from the path it was on to the path it can be on.
Isn’t that the story of our whole life: I wasn’t born a Christian/Hebrew/Muslim/Buddhist/Architect/Doctor/Artist/Plumber/ any other thing than my nationality and skin colour. We ‘became’ who we are...grew into who we are...we availed ourselves of our surroundings and liked stuff.
Is that the Holographic Universe we know? ‘Information’ that we learn about and absorb and mimic?