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Started by wadihicham, March 27, 2023, 08:05:22 AM
QuoteIt is the individual upon whom all else rests, and it is from the basis of the individual that all entities have their existence, and from which all kinds of evolutions spring
QuoteAnd just as the wave function collapses into an individual particle when a consciousness observes it, action collapses into a particular identity when it becomes conscious of itself. Consciousness enters into the picture at precisely the same point in both cases, playing the critical role of initiating the transformation of both action and the wave function into discrete units.
Quote from: wadihicham on March 28, 2023, 02:35:56 AMOk, here is a starting point :Discussing the Action concept in relation to Identity, Enegy and Consciousness, he quotes Seth:QuoteIt is the individual upon whom all else rests, and it is from the basis of the individual that all entities have their existence, and from which all kinds of evolutions spring Then he adds:QuoteAnd just as the wave function collapses into an individual particle when a consciousness observes it, action collapses into a particular identity when it becomes conscious of itself. Consciousness enters into the picture at precisely the same point in both cases, playing the critical role of initiating the transformation of both action and the wave function into discrete units. Any comment on that ?
QuoteNew ideas are not accepted easily. When they take fire however, they literally sweep through the universe.Cobban, James . Nursery of the Gods: The Consciousness Paradigm, or the Science of Seth (p. 1). Édition du Kindle.
QuoteThe physicists have their hands on the doorknob.
QuoteThe study of so-called extrasensory perception is now considered an isolated, bizarre domain, unrelated to other fields of knowledge... The pieces to the puzzle are at mankind's fingertips, but he has put together an awkward, ill-fitting miniature model universe of a puzzle with which he is afraid to part.
QuoteIt will be shown that personalities continue to exist after physical death, and then it will not seem so strange that those such as myself can communicate.
QuoteYour most pragmatic scientist is even now forced to admit that solid objects are not solid; and the interesting sidelight of this fact must be that your faithful, tried and true, so-called dependable outer senses are in reality lovely liars, since the eyes see a chair as solid while the chair is not solid at all. The outside senses are therefore fabricators of the most delightful sort.
QuoteHumanity dreams the same dream at once, and you have your mass world. The whole construction however is like an educational play in which you are the producers as well as the actors... The whole self is the observer, and also a participator in many roles.
QuoteYou are learning to be co-creators. You are learning to be gods as you now understand the term.
Quote from: wadihicham on March 31, 2023, 07:04:27 AMWhat Exactly is Materialism?I do not seem to find if this has been answered so I will ask. What do you mean by this question?Materialism?Or Materialization?If the latter then what does 2CM=E do? I am certainly not a wizard but it is curious to me. I do not have access to this book you refer to. However the word in question seems odd with quantum material. It is an "ism". Welcome to the forum
QuoteI BELIEVE — in the material universe — as the only and ultimate reality — a universe controlled by fixed physical laws — and blind chance. I AFFIRM — that the universe has no creator — no objective purpose — and no objective meaning or destiny. I MAINTAIN — that all ideas about God or gods — enlightened beings — prophets and saviors — or other nonphysical beings or forces are superstitions and delusions —. Life and consciousness are totally identical to physical processes — and arose from chance interactions of blind physical forces —. Like the rest of life — my life — and my consciousness — have no objective purpose — meaning — or destiny. I BELIEVE — that all judgments, values, and moralities — whether my own or others' — are subjective — arising solely from biological determinants — personal history — and chance —. Free will is an illusion —. Therefore, the most rational values I can personally live by — must be based on the knowledge that for me — what pleases me is good — what pains me is bad —. I AFFIRM — that churches have no real use other than social support — that there are no objective sins to commit or be forgiven for. I MAINTAIN — that the death of the body — is the death of the mind —. There is no afterlife — and all hope of such is nonsense.
QuoteAfter a career working in Information Technology, James Cobban left gainful employment to set out on his own path. He backpacked around the world, built a cabin in the woods (following Thoreau's advice), became an artist, painting oils of the places he'd visited, moved to a lovely mountain town in Mexico, adopted a dozen rescue dogs and cats (plus one opossum), and read widely, always seeking to understand reality. He now lives in Nova Scotia, with his wife Rebecca, and their furry crew of Mexican misfits.
Quote from: wadihicham on April 04, 2023, 04:07:50 PMHere is what the author tells us about himself in his book :
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