Who or what are we?

The oneness.

We observe two crucial things in quantum physics. On the one hand, we observe that the history of every little energetic part (energy quant) has to do with the history of all parts (all quanta). On the other hand, we observe that every energy quant (abbreviated to quantum) potentially contains all quanta – the whole thing. Now if the whole is in every part, there is no real separation.

It is banal that every part i in the whole. However, the fact that the whole is in every part only became really clear through quantum physics, even though we know that the information of the whole organism (of the whole) is in every body cell.

The fact that both the part is in the whole and the whole is in every part, is also anchored in the Christian Bible:

  • John 14, 20: On that day you will realize that I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you.
  • John 17, 21-23: that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one – I in them and you in me – so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.

If we combine religion and science here, we clearly come to the conclusion that in reality everything is one, which means that there is no real separation. Now there is obviously a noticeable separation, but it isn’t really true. The perception of separation is therefore a misperception. The paradox of true oneness and the perceptible separation can be resolved by asking for the existence of a deeper being of all things, which is also the energetic basis of all these things. This basis is the real reality. This reality can be compared to a calm ocean.

The perceptible being (separate things) is something like the drop of a sea when it is roughened on its surface by energetic stimulation (storm). The separately perceivable things are energetic sub-states of the true state of reality (see model of compaction and model of causation in my book). According to established physics, these can be imaginary, that is: an imagination (= illusion).

Illusions differ from real nothing in that they exist energetically, but have a low degree of reality. They are not pure energies because they have dual – contradictory – properties that in turn are not absolute. The fact that a microcosmic particle, which is a building block of matter, does not have both properties (wave, corpuscle) at the same time, means that these respective properties are not absolute. Otherwise they should be able to show themselves at the same time. It is rather the case that such a building block can only have one or the other property at any given time. Depending on the situation, it can turn into a wave or a corpuscle. Accordingly, one property is potentially – but not entirely – in the other property. So what one property lacks to its absolute is potentially in the other property.

Illusions are energetic time states that are transient and changeable and, depending on the perspective, can have different looks. They are energetic manifestations similar to the optical illusion. Illusions, in order to distinguish them from the true light of the spirit, are something like shadow structures (Colossians 2.17: These are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality, however, is found in CHRIST). On the other hand, what is real is immutable, imperishable and always invariably perceptible regardless of the point of view. This has a degree of reality of the highest level, especially since it is a pure energy (pure vibration). I would like to refer to my book on the criteria for the degrees of reality.

We can say that only God (or the Spirit of God) is real. As children of God, we are also spirit and, of course, real. However, we dream if we are not aware of our spirituality. Then we perceive illusions as if they were real. And because reality is veiled in a dream, we do not perceive reality and feel that it does not exist or is an illusion.

Who or what are we?

We are children of the spirit (of light) and not children of matter, because what can think and influence in a targeted way cannot be material according to our knowledge. In other words, not the spirit is the by-product of matter, but matter is a (by-)product of spirit.

  • Ps 39,6: Surely everyone goes around like a mere phantom;  in vain they rush about, heaping up wealth without knowing whose it will finally be.
  • 1 Chronicles 29,15: We are foreigners and strangers in your sight, as were all our ancestors. Our days on earth are like a shadow, without hope.
  • Job 8,9: for we were born only yesterday and know nothing, and our days on earth are but a shadow.
  • Psalm 144,4: They are like a breath; their days are like a fleeting shadow.
  • Ecclesiastes 6,12: For who knows what is good for a person in life, during the few and meaningless days they pass through like a shadow? Who can tell them what will happen under the sun after they are gone?
  • James 4,14: Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes.

Note: Not the spirit of the human being is a silhouette, but the body of the human being is a silhouette. And we are not a breath, but our bodies with which we identify are a breath. A distinction must therefore be made between what is eternal in us and what is perishable in us. But because the ephemeral is a breath or a shadow, it is not our real identity. And we, who are children of GOD, are like HE light, whereby it is possible to stay in the darkness to shine with a dull light.

Isaiah 60,19-20: The sun will no more be your light by day, nor will the brightness of the moon shine on you, for the Lord will be your everlasting light, and your God will be your glory. Your sun will never set again, and your moon will wane no more; the Lord will be your everlasting light, and your days of sorrow will end.

Let us remember when Stephen W. Hawking presented his brane model in his book “Universe in a nutshell”, that we (our bodies) could be shadows that are projected onto the brane from inside the globe (bubble). He also speaks of the fact that the actual event (= actual reality) would then be inside the bubble. Now that there is shadow, there must also be light, even if it is hidden from a physical or earthly point of view. Accordingly, the light that is most likely located in the interior of the bubble or has its ancestral place there is the primary light and corresponds to the actual event or rather the actual reality. With this we can briefly request (postulate):

Spirit = light = reality;

Matter = shadow = illusion.

The spiritual oneness in which all ideas are shared is our reality. This oneness is in line with the knowledge of quantum physics, namely that every part has to do with the whole and that there is therefore a common connection. This oneness is also in line with the general theory of relativity, according to which the universe is a block universe for which there is no real (space-time) separation. Because time is an illusion and therefore separation is an illusion, our true state of being is a state of oneness. If we do not perceive this oneness, we dream of illusions.

Hélder Câmara: “If someone dreams alone, it’s just a dream. When many dream together, it is the beginning of a new reality”

The perception of oneness, where all ideas were shared in the same way (everyone ‘dreams’ the same), corresponds to the perception of our true reality. We are aware of this reality in our real waking consciousness.

From this awareness emerged the idea of wanting to create and perceive something individually (–> individual thoughts, –> individual ideas), which results/resulted in separation. But because separation is not really possible energetically except in appearance, this thought led us to the dream. This makes it necessary to create illusions that should / can for a while pretend to be real. But because the dream implies (includes) being there and can therefore only be temporary, it will be resolved. This means that we come from spirituality and return to spirituality after the dream ends.

How do we get back to our spirituality? While the living out the idea of individuation led us into the dream, the path of togetherness, for each other, respect, tolerance, openness, forgiveness, connection and love lead us to waking up or to come back to the state of spiritual oneness.

Difference between GOD and God.

GOD, written in capital letters, is the highest being of us – not something outside of us. GOD cannot be imagined because you can only be HIM (in waking consciousness). GOD has no name because in our highest being there is no difference between me, you and there. Here the basic tenor of Eastern religions:

The world outside of absolute is just an idea;
Life and death are appearances.
The I also has no real speciality.
In TRUTH there is only the ubiquitous TAO,
which is the pure spiritual.

God, written in lower case letters that people imagine, e.g. as an old man with a beard or as something outside of us, does not exist. This is a projection of human thought (a humanized god) and is indeed an illusion. There is also no punishing God because GOD HIMSELF is free energy. And free energy just flows and just expands. Free energy is simple and takes everything as it is, which is why it is in harmony with true love. Punishment and reprimand need demarcation, which is not the true nature of free energy.

The dream needs boundaries, limits and energy densifications. Because this is not the true nature of energy, it is an illusion. There is no energetic separation. Therefore, time separation is an illusion, like time itself is an illusion. This is exactly what is now scientifically proven.

For the logical foundation of the spiritual, see Tao and Yin-Yang.

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