The seperation of observable reality and spirit

 LOFF (@LOFF) 7 years, 9 months ago

The other day i was having a conversation with a group of like minded individuals about spirit energy, reincarnation, and other matters of the spirit. Much to my amazement all of them believed that genomics, biology, physics, epigenomics, etc. all exist completely seperate from spirituality. That because something is observable, it isn’t spiritual. Personally, i believe that just because we can now observe quarks, leptons, bosons, our dna, our rna, our atoms, the chemicals in our brain, etc. etc…doesnt make them un spiritual, they are very spiritual as they are the very foundations of life.

If we continue to dive into more and more microscopic or macroscopic worlds we will continue to discover new things, and because these new things will be discovered through science…they will not be considered in any of our spiritual beliefs, which is no more progressive than a member of a specific religion denying spiritual truths because they dont go along with his religious beliefs.

It is completely possible that God, our spirits, and all other things will be discovered and only regarded as important due to their physical importance and that is a scary thought.


January 14, 2014 at 2:22 pm
alex (21) (@rednax) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

I say no, because i like to think that these things are 4 dimensional and because we are only 3 dimensional we will never complete understand or see these things.image you life in a 2d world on piece of paper, now a (3d) human will stick his finger through the paper, its impossible for you (2d) to understand and see what really can only guess, and this is valid for 3d also( maybe its not mathematically correct, but i like this thought)

LOFF (2) (@LOFF) 7 years, 9 months ago ago

i get what you are saying, i like that idea as well. But theoretically if the 2d and 3d world were of the same whole would there not be an observable connection between the two for the 2d world. even if it were just the paper they were on? and if those in the 2d world claimed that the paper was unconnected from the 3d world wouldn’t they be wrong?

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