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Evidence for a ‘Spiritual World’
A Theory on the nature of „The World‟ and „The Matter‟
Do you need proof for the Existence of ‘The Spiritual World‟? I have, I can prove its existence ! The „Spiritual World‟ suggested here has to be considered the base of what is seen as the „Material World‟, which „Material World‟ is seen only through the activities of seeing, hearing, and what is felt as being in contact with „things‟. The world of seeing, hearing and being in touch with is a world of illusions only. It is on the „world of the spiritual‟ this world of seeing, hearing and being in touch with called the ‘material world’ is
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constructed by the thinking element. The ‘Spiritual World’ may be The Real, as seen from the thinking point of view, whereas the „material world‟ of constructions are illusions built on the notions of space, time and mass, the base of which notions themselves are illusory. The Spiritual World ought to extend towards unfathomable infinity, at one time of the search for it, it surpasses the abilities of seeing through sensation, perception and cognition, while the material world we see remains only as a creation in thinking.
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If you see a phenomenon now, and in the next moment you see it as disappeared from your seeing, then you cannot say it exists. If you say the fact it existed in the past proves it HAD an existence, such a position does not denote anything in existence because nothing is there in the material world to correspond to such a statement. Similarly, everything seen as existing in a material world disappears from our view, so that we cannot think any of them as they really exist. The term ‘ existed’ as representing ‘past’ denotes nothing. ‘Past’ cannot exist because it has become ‘present’, nothing remaining anywhere in becoming so. Therefore, a search for ‘past’ is an activity of ignorance. Seeing this way, The Big Bang, The ‘Primordial Soup’, dinosaurs, ‘people of stone age’ etc. etc. all of which do not exist except as constructions in our minds. The appearances and disappearances of any material phenomenon are sometimes considered as having momentary existences before they disappear as ‘past’. However, the expressions ‘momentary existence’ or ‘existing in the present moment, too, denotes nothing in the ultimate seeing because, just as we consider a thing as existing for one moment, all the shapes and orders of arrangements of parts in it as molecules, atoms, particles etc. that went to make it, have changed into other forms by themselves, making us see a new thing there in shorter a period of time than one blinking of eyes, which new thing, too, is subject to the same change. In probing further towards the ultimate on this point, we see nothing as matter, but constructions of the thinking element of things as matter; and the constructions of ‘the world’ upon them, all which constructions are only thought forms. The „Material World‟ is seen as having properties of ‘mass’, „length‟, „breadth‟ and ‘height’, and it is flowing in a scale called ‘time‟. Colours as photons too come under ‘mass’ here, in which, variations in colours denote only variations in wavelengths. We do not see the basic block of matter in this ‘photon’ or ‘wavelength’. Similarly, we do not know what the term ‘matter’ denotes finally, which have to travel fast to make
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manifestations to us and which travelling has to take place in areas called space; because, in the final seeing, matter and the four dimensions are only a spiritual feeling. The term ‘spiritual’ here also denotes the meaning completely „non material‟, which is the same as saying, it cannot be perceived through sensation, perception and cognition. What sensation, perception and cognition create as ‘the material’ are illusory, and they do not stay at one particular moment in a flow called ‘time’ or at one particular place called ‘space’. So the whole space time universe is only an illusion. This ‘spiritual world’ can be seen through insights in the attempts of seeing beyond what is seen as the smallest states of matter, imagining them smaller than the particles scientists now deal with in quantum physics, by going even beyond the Plank’s constant; however, it can never ever expected to be sensed, perceived or cognized by the thinking element.
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Even the term ‘smallest’ cannot be used to this ‘state of matter’ because, the abilities of thinking in seeing comparisons and distances as ‘big’ and ‘small’ or ‘far’ and ‘near’ cannot be applied at this ‘spiritual’ level. Even singular plural difference need not be applied therein. The type of existence of this spiritual world is completely beyond the abilities of thinking through sensation, perception and cognition, so that, thinking made herein itself cannot go beyond expressing it vaguely, because of the limitations in giving meanings through the use of logic, reasoning and language. However, strong arguments can be put forward to suggest the existence of it by transcending such limitations to a certain extent, as done in this blog through FanBox. (www.FanBox.com)
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Even if an ideal microscope is invented to see the smallest possible states of matter, we cannot see this spiritual side of matter because we think only through sensation, perception and cognition the abilities of which have their limitations in making us see a world of reality. The constructions of the thinking abilities are their own. It is true what they denote exist; but such existence is existence is limited only to its own particular domain. If the ‘spiritual world’ is to be seen, it has to be seen beyond the abilities of sensation, perception and cognition, which we cannot do because we cannot think beyond those thinking abilities. For further thinking on the existence of this ‘spiritual world’ one could ponder on following points too, - some of which have already been explained- and contemplate on them further: 1. There is no one particular thing to denote the term 'matter’. If there is any state to see as matter, it changes within the moment of seeing itself, which means, there is nothing static or mobile to call „matter‟. Therefore, we can see nothing as „the thing‟. If there cannot be the thing there cannot be everything too consisting of those ‘things’. So to say there exists a material world is not a statement of truth. 2. Since it is uncertainty which is to be seen in the behaviour of particles at smallest levels, we cannot think of any definiteness in anything built upon them as the material world. No definiteness in anything means there is nothing to call The Thing.
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3. Referring to Super String Field Theory in producing particles that goes to make universe, Dr. Deepak Chopra mentions, “... the prefix „super‟ indicates that these strings actually reside far beyond our limited four dimensional reality. No one will ever see them no matter how powerful our instruments become...”. Thus the basis of the material world as thought by physicists themselves is a spiritual existence. We cannot see beyond a limit even by using an Ideal Microscope because our senses, perception and cognition have their limitations. (These can also be called karmic limitations). 4. Electrons have no radii. If a thing has no radius it has not occupied space; then it cannot be seen, be in touch or felt as, to see it as material. 5. In his book A Brief History of Time (1988.191), Stephen Hawking mentions that neutrinos, the smallest particles which are everywhere
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are, „... extremely light (possibly massless)...’. If they do not have ‘mass’ they can be called ‘non-material’, which is the same as saying the real nature of them is ‘spiritual’. 6. ‘Dark matter‟ „anti matter‟ ‘matter inside black holes‟ etc. are ‘areas in matter’ that we can never ever see or never ever know of, because they are always beyond our sensory perception and cognition. 7. ---------All these ought to indicate there is a Spiritual World that can never ever be seen through sensation, perception and cognition. So, the way we think of them need not be what they really are, for example the nature of a ‘neutrino’ mentioned in the point 5 above need not be what we see as it is. Their ‘existence’ is guessed by using logical ability to a certain extent and as feelings caused through experiences. However, even an ideal telescope cannot show anything in this spiritual world as having an existence because its existence is in massless, timeless, spaceless properties, which also means, its existence is not in the 4 dimensions of length, breadth, height and time that go to make the manifestation of the material world. It is through this spiritual world the material world manifests to „us‟, though we can never see it as the basis. (Who are these „us‟ is a question we have to deal with separately.) The Mind itself belongs to this spiritual world as the main evidence for it, because what is felt as ‘Mind‟ cannot be seen, perceived and cognised but it is ONLY FELT AS having a non sensory existence. Possibly, the states of the people and animals after they shed their material forms as dying, continue an existence in this spiritual world after deaths, without the 4 dimensions involved in such existence; as hidden karmic forces that went to make them appear as material only i
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the thinking element. Thus, dying is really not disappearing completely, but it only appears to us so as seeing through the illusory material world. Also, there could be gods, angels, devils, lower and higher types of other life forces in this spiritual side as thinking energy forms than really as beings’. However, we can never ever see them because they do not occupy the four dimensions for their existence. The feelings we have about the ‘spiritual world’ is like coming from a ‘sixth sense’ which is why there is some awareness of a Spiritual World in all cultures which are expressed through their beliefs, religions, mythologies and ancient histories. By seeing the world and matter this way, the mystery of why people always resort to seek assistance from powers beyond, too, can be answered.
Two quotations: 1. „… it would no longer be true to say the brain produces consciousness. Rather, it is consciousness that creates the appearance of the brain...’ -Michael Talbot Virginia Intermont College, 2. „...To say that a nerve cell creates thought may be true, but it is just as true to say that thinking creates nerve cells...‟ Deepak Chopra M.D. (1990.24)
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The Universe as a Hologram - Michael Talbot (internet document)
Quantum Healing – Deepak Chopra (June 1990) - Bantam Books A Brief History of Time Stephen Hawking (1988) Unification and Disintegration - R.Subasinghe (2001,2011) www.godage.com
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