“Everything is determined…by forces over which we have no control. It is determined for the insect as well as for the star. Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust—we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper.”~ Albert Einstein

Our languages tend to be highly noun-oriented with a rational separate self at the center of our life. By contrast, quantum theory demands an intuitive flow-oriented approach….and a verb-based language that emphasizes a connective movement and constant transformation rather than a rational description of autonomous things….in other words, we live in an intuitive universe beyond are full understanding and not a rational universe which can be analysed

Western science had reached the end of rational linear thought and finally understands the universe as a living interconnected organism.The essence of our being as a separate self is now doubted…it would be more accurate to describe our self as being interactive in an intuitive universe…AND OUR OWN INTUITIVE MIND IS INTERCONNECTED WITH THE INTUITIVE UNIVERSE.

This isn’t easy or simple. Our disconnect from one another, from ourselves and from the natural world is embedded in the Western languages, which breaks the world into millions of discrete, manipulable pieces, called nouns. Westerners believe they control reality through language, but evidence doesn’t support this assumption. Indigenous languages in contrast are verb-based, intuitively linking speaker and object in a “flow” of motion that cannot be linguistically sliced and diced.

Quantum and Relativity theories agree in describing the world as an undivided whole in constant flow in which all parts of the universe are interacting.. The universe is characterized by an intuitive intelligence that integrates everything…..separate forms are the equivalent of a still photograph of an object in motion and It turns out we believe reality is just these static images.. As a further example, what goes on in our mind is simply a flow of consciousness, our thoughts do not come from a separate thinker. Thoughts are simply an interactive flow process, and concepts are invented objects.

”You are never alone or helpless. The force that guides the stars guides you, too.” ~Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

4 Responses

  1. I am suggesting noun oriented culture tends to see separate things while verb oriented cultures tends to intuitively see process and interrelationships.

  2. “Our (Indo-European) languages tend to be highly noun-oriented with the self or ego being at the center of life.”

    This statement seems problematic.

    Is it really true that nouns trump verbs or adjectives etc in Indo-Euro’ language? And I don’t see how language alone could direct the center of life towards ego – isn’t that more of a cultural – historical matter?

    You are using Indo-Euro to describe “flow” – so can this large group of languages be flexible enough to be used to describe things in various ways (correct or otherwise)?

  3. Pam…there is nothing unique about my posts…I am only one in a large social movement describing the same theme perhaps using different words …thinking is a social process rather than an individual one…Sid

  4. Have you seen Nassim Haramein’s Crossing the Event Horizon: Rise to the Equation?

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