Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Weaving the cosmos

  As my eye wondered today over my books, I noticed "Eye To Eye" by Ken Wilber, 1996, exploring the "weaving" in the universe between physics and spirit. Today it is, in a sense, taken for granted: physics, including the cosmos, is based on quantum theory, which has an element of randomness that makes the universe more dynamic.
    But what this really mean? The universe "flares" out from a single point that in itself is entirely symmetric; but some how the symmetry brakes and the universe that we know appears. How? "God" is too human a term for this flaring. At this level I think of "isness": that which we suddenly encounter as the pure being of something, before us and within us.

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