Though there is not yet a repeatable, research-able scientific method in place to study spiritual phenomena, it is in this direction that we are headed, whether or not the factions involved are excited about that fact. This can certainly be understood, as science has fought long and hard to wrench itself back from the veritable abyss of the control the Church has had over it for so long, demanding that science set limits that remain strictly inside the boundaries of beliefs which have been misinterpreted too often to follow “by the book”. Belief can all too easily be misinterpreted, with truths altered based on personal preference, judgment and false ideas without fact. Thus, until now, spirituality has been as oil floating atop the water of the scientific structure that must remain rigorous and pure.
There are not that many spiritual leaders that have a scientific background which science can trust, though many of the greatest teachers are speaking about science in a way that has yet to be proven to be scientific. In future days we will all look back on teachers of this age and wonder at how much more they knew than we realized, as is the way of things. I’m certainly no teacher, nor am I near being able to create a new physics that allows for the experiences of non~physical, vibrational reality. Though I’ve been in school three years, I am only just now beginning the journey. Calculus and chemistry, the first building blocks of my waltz with physics. It is my hope to eventually work with others towards re~creating science so that non~physicality fits in somewhere, and to further an understanding of consciousness and thought vibration. Something tells me that, through the vibrational frequencies we exude from thought, we literally alter the world around us to prove what we believe about it.To speak of such things in scientific circles is still suicide, though many brave and highly-esteemed scientists such as Roger Penrose are now discussing consciousness; the beginnings of a new science that those like me will later use to describe the non~physical.
For now, all I can do is chronicle my non~physical experiences with science in mind. As I learn science, I will employ it where I can to describe the experiences I have had. As for experience, I have been acolyte to Mahanta Dap Ren since 2005, who continues the teachings of the ancient Tibetan Bourcharan Masters. With his guidance, I have visited the planes of vibration, which my faith speaks of as the Light and Sound of All Life. I walk between dimensions, explore uninhabited worlds in the universe. I yearn to find some human way to describe the indescribable, to give form to the formless in a way that it has not yet been done so that others can have a map of human words to follow to this true purpose, which we have all forgotten is the point of all the illusions we have created on Earth for ourselves to be challenged by.
Thus, you will find that many of my posts have the same themes; learning to live moment by moment, regaining control of the mind, the first of building blocks towards being able to traverse the non~physical. I am becoming aware that we are not our ever~shifting physical representations or the roles they play on planet Earth. I’m learning that our greatest challenges, what we call suffering on Earth, are our most potent opportunities for change which we, ourselves, have set in place in order to advance. I am learning how to accept responsibility for my suffering, and to use my most troubling times to advance personally. I am learning that our thoughts are tools with which we shape our world for better or worse; that matter literally changes shape when living subtly.
Of course, being that I have brought my diary online and am speaking to people all over the world, my ego creeps in from time to time. If you see something that is written blindly, know that I am here to learn. Call me out if you will, I do not want to be blind to myself. Yet keep in mind that each of us is a universe all our own, and no two have the same experience. What is true for me may be entirely untrue for you, and that is okay. I am not here to convince anyone that my universe is real, nor to start some kooky religion of which I am the leader. I’m just a recluse in the woods, trying to make sense of my experience, and have found that if I think the world is watching it keeps me humble and honest as I look at what I write through others eyes. I respect your universe as absolutely real, and I hope you share your own experience with me.
Once we divert ourselves from focusing on the universes of others around us and focus on crafting our own stars, life gets better and better. Once we discover that imagination is, in fact, very real, and that we can go on great adventures just like the story books of our childhood promised, everything changes.
I am your sister,