“Your bodies are Temples of the Holy Spirit,
who is in you,
whom you have received from God?
You are not your own.”
– 1 Corinthians 6:19
There is something
much more to Life,
put your thinking caps on
and let’s go
for a walk.
Leave the Dog
He already understands
The existence of a Cosmic Consciousness
is put forward by Philosophers, Physicists and Theologians
based on the premises of non-materialistic explanations
of the mind,
asserting that consciousness is actually the
“Ground of ALL Being”.
In Quantum Mechanics,
the Grand Unified Field Theory
suggests that Reality
consists of eleven dimensions.
What are the Philosophical implications
of a Multidimensional Universe?
String theory now suggests
that the most basic substance
from which everything else is derived
This is a paradigm shift
in understanding the nature
of Ultimate Reality.
“If the Universe is a hologram,
in some sense it suggests
that there may be TWO
very drastically different levels of reality:
the concrete reality that we see when we look at [things],
and at some DEEP level
there’s a level of reality where everything dissolves
into an ocean of energy
that is holographically interconnected.
Consciousness generates a field effect,
similar to an electromagnetic field.
Like a magnet attracting a metal object
without having to touch the object,
consciousness is capable of interacting
with things at a distance. “
– Michael Talbot:
Synchronicity and the Holographic Universe
An interview with Michael Talbot may be found
on Jeffrey Mishlove’s excellent online resource
I recommend you indulge your curiosity and visit this site,
or view Jeffrey’s Youtube Channel:
Spend some time,
getting to know
what we can never
“Life is a mystery.
Everyone must stand alone.
I hear you call my name,
And it feels like home.
Just like a prayer,
your voice can take me there.
Just like a muse to me,
are a mystery
Just like a dream,
you are not what you seem.”
– Madonna Ciccone, Patrick Leonard
a Russian-American theoretical physicist,
professor of Physics at Stanford University,
and the father of “Eternal Chaotic Inflation”,
and one of the main authors of the Inflationary Universe Theory,
as well as the theory of the inflationary multiverse.
He considered that consciousness,
might have its own intrinsic degrees of Freedom,
and that one’s perceptions may be as real,
or even “MORE” REAL
than material objects.
is now used to explain certain properties
of the mind.
New hypotheses of consciousness and space-time
explain consciousness by describing
a “space of conscious elements“,
often encompassing a number of extra dimensions.
These are dimensions
we are just now becoming aware of.
and writers of Song
have long been aware
that there is more to Life,
“Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there; I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow,
I am the diamond glints on snow,
I am the sun on ripened grain,
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning’s hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there;
I did not die.”
– Mary Elizabeth Frye
Mary never copyrighted the poem. Her explanation:
“I thought it belonged to the world; it didn’t belong to me.
It was written out of Love.”
Emanating from a burst of compassion
and deep insight into the
Nature of Ultimate Reality,
it has endured and became famous.
Allow me to recommend:
Paul T. P. Wong, a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor.
His research career has made significant contributions in learning theory, social cognition, existential psychology, and positive psychology. He is most known for his integrative work on death acceptance, meaning therapy, and second wave positive psychology.
Wong’s career straddles psychology and Christian ministry. He first served as the Founding Pastor of the Chinese Gospel Church in Toronto and started the Peterborough Chinese Christian Fellowship while teaching at Trent University. He was involved in resettling the boat people and started the graduate program in counseling psychology at Trinity Western University.
Wong’s integration of existential & positive psychology resulted in Existential Positive Psychology, which recognizes the existential concerns of human existence.
This was broadened and based on the foundation of
the co-existence of opposites
as essential for human development.
Wong has given positive psychology away through his
Meaningful Living MeetUp group.
Participants learn basic principles of meaning
and new ways of relating to each other.
This outreach program was intended
to improve mental health.
“When you’ve experienced everything
that this culture offers,
you will see how
empty it is,”
Pastor Greg Laurie
author of: Steve McQueen: The Salvation of an American Icon
Wong’s emphasis is on the importance
of cross-cultural perspectives
in stress and coping and positive psychology.
His research on death acceptance
and the meaning of Life
impacted Taiwan’s Life and Death Education.
He was awarded the 12th Global Love of Life Medal,
the Lifetime Achievement Award in Life Education,
and the Rising Great Compassion Award.
I invite you to
read more: http://www.drpaulwong.com/
“From this dark, cold hotel room,
and the endlessness that you fear
you are pulled from the wreckage
of your silent reverie.
In the arms of an Angel;
may you find some comfort here.”
– by Sarah McLachlan
Wong developed a pluralistic and integrative meaning therapy. And it was based on Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy, an existential analysis focusing on Kierkegaard’s
will to meaning.
Logotherapy was founded upon the belief that it is the striving to find a meaning in one’s life that is the primary, most powerful motivating and driving force in Humans.
A short introduction to this system is given in Frankl’s most famous book, Man’s Search for Meaning,
in which he outlines how his theories
helped him to survive the Holocaust
and how that experience further developed
and reinforced his theories.
There are Logotherapy Institutes around the world.
click here for more information
Logotherapy is a form of existential analysis.
Man’s Search for Meaning
was published under a different title in 1959:
Nevertheless, Say “Yes” to Life:
A Psychologist Experiences the Concentration Camp.
It chronicles his experiences as a concentration camp inmate,
which led him to discover the importance
of finding meaning in all forms of existence,
even the most brutal ones,
and thus, a reason to continue living.
I encourage you
the meaning of this Life
with your precious children.
If you need a reason
Every child on Earth
wants to know
that there is deep meaning
for the Gift
of our existence.
The need to know that
Logotherapeutic views and treatment
- 3.1 Overcoming anxiety
- 3.2 Treatment of neurosis
- 3.3 Depression
- 3.4 Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- 3.5 Schizophrenia
- 3.6 Terminally ill patients
“A man hears
what he wants to hear
and disregards the rest.”
– Simon & Garfunkel
“Let me go where’er I will
I hear a sky-born music still:
It sounds from all things old,
It sounds from all things young,
From all that’s fair, from all that’s foul,
Peals out a cheerful song.
It is not only in the Rose,
It is not only in the bird,
Not only where the rainbow glows.
Nor in the song of woman heard,
But in the darkest meanest things
There always, always something sings.
’Tis not in the high stars alone,
Nor in the cup of budding flowers,
Nor in the red-breast’s mellow tone,
Nor in the bow that smiles in showers,
But in the mud and scum of things
There always, always
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