What would you think and how would you feel if you discovered that long-term memories do NOT reside within our brains?
Guess what? There’s substantial body of neurophysiological evidence strongly suggesting that this is true and it’s all linked up with the “Zero Point Energy Field” or the “implicate order” as some have referred to it as.
In all likelihood, this is related to the holonomic nature of our brains, consciousness and space-time itself, and may eventually explain how we’re able to psychically access information from the past, present and future or even at a great distance from our body.
No wonder why we’re able to paranormally perceive such information, that is the way our brain and memory are designed to work? That is, if we are designed to regularly access non-local information storage mechanisms that lie outside of our brain and body through a process not involving the energies we know currently know of, then that’s the way we have paranormal experiences. What a surprise? Absolutely shocking.
Obviously, this theory has profound implications impacting who and what we are and brings forth the notion that our physical bodies are but biological, electro-chemical machines that allow our higher selves to access and perceive reality in many diverse ways.
If space-time itself is a storage medium and our brains our microcosmic versions of what’s all around us, then it comes as no real surprise that people can sense and perceive information and events that we currently call non-physical and non-local, that is, telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, retrocognition, psychometry and the perception of people or their consciousness that are no longer alive.
So if everything is information and it’s stored in an equally distributed manner in space-time as well as within our brains, which just happen to operate in said space, then perhaps down deep we all really know our future long before you arrive at it?
Maybe our holonomic consciousness is mediating our behavior and thus guiding us to the right place at the right time? Or, on occasion, the wrong place at the wrong time?
Wait a minute? Doesn’t this imply a predetermined, fatalistic reality in which we’re all cosmic puppets acting out in a grandiose play? But what if it’s the best of both worlds, wherein at some levels there is free will, while at other levels, there is not?
This also makes one question the very notion of birth and death as we know it. We are all born, we all age due to entropy and atrophy, as does everything else, and eventually we die in that our physical container or shell can no longer support the consciousness that animates it.
Well, if we’re all really cohesively ordered information that can neither be created or destroyed, then life at some level may be eternal, except that we will not experience such in a single physical container due to the ravages of chaos and time.
This theory would then describe ghosts as information related to no longer “physical consciousness” that is somehow interfering (as in holography, not emotionally) with the 3-D world we call life and home?
In this scenario, our living nervous systems might link up with zero point space-time, acting as amplifiers and focal planes.
Could we build machines that would allow us to access this zero point field, not only for informational purposes, but to harness a non-thermodynamic, endothermic energy for powering our world free of heat, pollution and geo-political chaos we’re experiencing at this time?
Possibly, but as this implicate order offers such fundamental change at virtually every level of society as we currently know it, it may take a considerable amount of time for such technological adjustments to be accepted, incorporated and applied in the physical realm.
Isn’t it odd how Buddhism has taught this aforementioned belief for millennia? Maybe they knew and know something we do not? What a surprise? Many of these ideas and theories and discussed in detail within my book Aliens Above, Ghosts Below: Explorations of the Unknown. If you read it, please be so kind as to let me know what you thought of it. Thanks.