After reading Robert Lanza’s book “Biocentrism”, and learning Quauntum Mechanics myself, about a year ago I came to think that the universe is consciousness wanting to experince itself in all its infinite expressions and that we are physical manifestations of this consciousness that are aware of ourselves on a macro level. Every time I’ve read Goethe I’ve been given insights that I would never had come to on my own.
Studying his Urphanomen and his Gestalt today, I thought to google Gestalt Hologram and found the most fascinating article that further validated for me what I’ve intuited for some time. It’s amazing how Goethe speaks to people who are listening!
Except from Gestaltreality.com
“So how can it be there is no absolute “real” universe and there are multiple universes simultaneously?
This is because none of the universes are “real” to begin with.
First we need to dispense with conceptions of inanimate matter.
The universe according to QM theory is like a holographic construct.
The key question then is WHO or WHAT is then creating the hologram?
The answer is that the universe is fundamentally a psychological gestalt.
In those terms it makes the quantum madness much more understandable.
The universe is literally continuous self replicating psychic energy.
That psychic energy then dreams physical universes and it’s inhabitants into existence.
But why the infinite universes? Why the continuous replication?
The reason is as follows.
The universe is novelty seeking.
The replication of psychic building blocks and thus universes is a fundamental aspect of reality and how it creates itself.
It is the psychological burden of the universe.
It is also said that all reality doubles with every moment. Forever….
The psychic building blocks replicate like pieces of Lego.
The Lego pieces are then used to build new forms and shapes.
The universe is like a piece of origami that continues to unfold constantly creating new things.
Quite simply this is how novelty is achieved through a basic self-replicating process.
It is the principle of emergence, how complex things arise out of simple interactions.
It is the very basis of life.
The thing is every new form that is created, then also replicates itself.
And this works it’s way up from the tiniest thing to the scale of the universe.
So where do we fit in?
We are specialized consciousness that bridge the gaps between universes.
All universes replicate forever, our consciousness chooses which replication that it wants to experience and be aware of.
Consciousness therefore has the ability to superimpose itself and straddle multiple realities simultaneously.
Every previous moment goes on to create it’s own reality, that we are unaware of.
Our consciousness is setup to maintain a type of linearity to give a sense of durability out of a universe, that is constantly moving and replicating.
This gives rise to the unique type of experience of time which itself is also an illusion.
Consciousness has durability, physical reality does not.
Relevant Excerpts from The Early Sessions Book 1 & 2 of The Seth Material
“….They are in other words, only apparent properties of physical material.
Physical material has in actuality two main properties.
It is spontaneous and instantaneous.
No particular physical particle exists for any amount of time.
It exists and disappears, and is instantaneously replaced by another.
The third actual property of matter is what I will call pattern assumption.
It assumes and flows within patterns.
The existence of the patterns gives the illusion of a permanence of matter that is highly misleading.
There is so much to be said here, as it is also necessary to consider the ways in which physical material is constantly created, and to consider the role of the senses.
This may seem like a sideline but it is not. In the painting of a picture, you are actually forming new patterns through which energy can flow into material form.
There are reasons, which I will discuss later, why the painting, that is the physical pattern of a painting, may seem to, and often does, exist longer than the man who paints it.”