Friday, February 28, 2014

Sections Of Reality

Nature shows us only the tail of the lion. But I do not doubt that the lion belongs to it even though he cannot at once reveal himself because of his enormous size.

Albert Einstein spent the last thirty years of his life formulating what he called “The Unified Field Theory.” Trying to make sense of our complicated universe, and everything in it is no easy task. Most of us pass the opportunity to dive into the secrets of life, death, and all the other scientific as well as religious mumbo-jumbo in order to function in our specific section of reality.

We really don’t care how and why things are the way they are in the big picture of things as long as our life is functioning according to normal standards. We leave all the complicated universal details to others, and try to enjoy what we see around us. We all create a personal unified field theory, and somehow we understand and make sense of that theory.

Fred Alan Wolf, a modern day version of Einstein, explains how we create our unified field this way:

Information (the stuff of imagination) not only transforms the material world, it becomes it. The adage “you are what you eat” has changed into “you are what you know” and since your knowledge depends on what information you accept as “fact,” you are what you believe!

Fred’s thoughts do make sense in all of our specific sections of reality. We do become what we believe. When we begin to understand, and pay attention to what we believe in our unified field, the massive unified field theory is not as complicated as we believed. We discover that our beliefs change the theory, and our section of reality.

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