Happy June, summer is here, also the rainy season here in Kyoto.
With this slightly gloomy weather I thought I’d blog about a slightly comfortless idea about science:
“Science is founded on uncertainty, each time we learn something new, the astonishment comes with the realization that we were wrong before.” Lewis Thomas.
In 2017 my Dear wife gave me a book to read titled: “The Road to Reality, A complete guide to the laws of the universe” by Roger Penrose.
Having attempted to lumber through the math of this extravagant review of past mathematical axioms and postulates which just about each and every one has been rejected by some other Mathematician for their updated ideas or egocentric desire to get in the last word, I have concluded that the book is Empty. Sorry Roger!
But hold on Mr. Penrose, perhaps all that math can result in something positive: totally abstract thinking.
As a Yogi I believe that the only true goal of life is Unity consciousness where the individual is in total harmony with everything as he/she is operating from the level of absolute/abstract awareness, a higher mindset and a total abstraction!
If we are truly life itself and adapting to a changing environment and we have very limited senses; possibly by contacting the abstract source of existence we expand our senses by intent. Maybe advanced math is a moment of experiencing your true abstract self with a little cosmic feedback and than an attempt to express your subjective interpretation of that experience!
“For the last four hundred years, an unstated assumption of science is that human intention cannot affect what we call ‘physical reality.’ Our experimental research of the past decade shows that, for today’s world and under the right conditions, this assumption is no longer correct. We humans are much more than we think we are and Psycho energetic Science continues to expand the proof of it.” – Dr. Bill Tiller
I have to be thankful for all this rain for it has confined me to stay inside, check out new science papers and finish my third edition textbook, “The Emptiness is not Empty”. https://www.amazon.com/dp/1523925221/
Hopefully this link above works for a paperback and below for Kindle:
I would appreciate it if you would ask a million of your friends to buy my book, which would really help improve the world as I’m pushing positive thinking and meditation. 😊
“The gift of learning to meditate is the greatest gift you can give yourself in this lifetime.” Sogyal Rinpoche.