Experiencing the unified field through transcendental meditation
This research paper is primarily focused on leading the reader to a greater understanding of what the unified field is. In order to strengthen understanding, the unified field will be discussed in depth as well as the practice of transcendental meditation in association with experiencing the unified field. Although the knowledge presented is through and accurate, it is truly only a glimpse into the reality of the unified field.
The encyclopedia Britannica defines the unified field theory as, “in particle physics an attempt to describe all fundamental forces and the relationships between elementary particles in terms of a single theoretical framework.” Many have called this, “the theory of everything.” The unified field theory remains a “theory” to most because few have truly come to understand what it is.
When we examine atoms, we clearly see the relationship between neutrons and protons. Although they are separate, they are united in their interactions. Similarly, we see the planets of our solar system and although they are separate planets we can clearly understand how they are functioning together as they orbit our star. If we consider our galaxy we can see many stars and point them out one by one and acknowledge that they are separate stars, yet they all function together as one in the galaxy as a whole. We can continue to look at all the separate galaxies in the universe and say that they are separate, yet we can acknowledge that although they are separate from each other, they are all part of the greater whole that is our universe and they all are united in their function. In such a way, we can conceptualize the unity of the unified field.
The first ‘field theory’ was coined by James Clerk Maxwell in the mid-nineteenth century with his theory of electromagnetism. Later, Albert Einstein developed a field theory of gravitation. Einstein and others went on to develop the unified field theory. This theory suggested that electromagnetism and gravity exist as different aspects of a single fundamental field. They were unable to bring material evidence to prove this and this theory is misunderstood by most in the scientific community today.
At subatomic distances, fields are described by quantum mechanics. In the 1940s quantum electrodynamics, the quantum field theory of electromagnetism, became fully developed. Charged particles interact as they emit and absorb. This theory has become the prototype for theories of the other forces.
During the 1960s and ’70s particle physicists discovered that matter is composed of two types of basic building blocks, the fundamental particles known as quarks and leptons. Quarks are always bound together within larger observable particles, such as protons and neutrons. They are bound by the short-range strong force, which overwhelms electromagnetism at subnuclear distances. Quarks and leptons both experience a second nuclear force. This force is responsible for certain types of radioactivity.
Quantum physics says essentially that we create our own reality. Understanding the origin of consciousness thus becomes central to understanding the unified field. Unity is the basis of mind and matter. Consciousness is the core of nature and this foundation is the unified field. Our understanding of the universe consists of exploring natural law, from macroscopic to the microscopic, from molecular to atomic, to subatomic and deeper. This is the unified scale. The fundamental qualities of intelligence, dynamism, and self-awareness are the defining characteristics of consciousness.
The field that unites gravity and electromagnetism, exists as one. All life is one and all life is connected. The superstring theory identifies a single unified field at the core of all existence, the field of consciousness. It is consciousness that unites all.
At the base of all physical existence, it is not a physical reality that we find. Quantum mechanics replaces “particle” with “wave function”. A vector in a linear space is made of the same thing thoughts are made of. The deeper we explore the structure of nature law, the less material and inert, the universe is. The core of the unified field is pure being, pure consciousness. The unified field thus is the most concentrated field in nature. Quantum mechanics consists of potential waves of electrons, the display of information. The unified field, is an ‘ocean’ of abstract unified existence.
The all-permeating unified field is intelligent and aware. It is the source of all and it continuously sustains all existence. This we cannot deny. By the very existence of life itself we have evidence of its existence. It is the source of the universe and all existence from the macroscopic to the microscopic and beyond.
We awaken to life and grow and develop accordingly. Simultaneously, all life on the planet and in the cosmos and beyond similarly grows and develops. Acknowledging the existence of the all-permeating unified field is the beginning of understanding. Experiencing the unified field allows us to gain a greater understanding of the intelligence that brought the universe into existence.
The unified field is everywhere. Those who seek to know and understand can come to know and understand through practice of transcendental meditation. This will not only help one come to understand the unity of life and the life that gives life, but it will also help all who seek and practice in many other areas. Regular transcendental meditation strengthens our health and it allows us to experience an enhanced life experience.
Knowledge can lead to improvement in all areas of life. Some knowledge is best understood through reading and study and some knowledge is best understood through “hands on” experience. Classroom study is effective, but experiencing the field work associated with the class enhances understanding. We can discuss and intellectualize about the unified field and it will strengthen our understanding, but experiencing it is absolutely necessary to reach higher levels of understanding.
Respected physicist Dr. John Hagelin, received his A.B. summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1975 and his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1981. He is currently Director of the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy, a leader in science and technology, and President of the Global Union of Scientists for Peace. He has pioneered the use of unified field–based technologies proven to reduce crime, violence, terrorism, and war and to promote peace throughout society—technologies derived from the ancient Vedic science of consciousness. He has published groundbreaking research establishing the existence of long-range “field effects” of consciousness generated through collective meditation, and has shown that large meditating groups can effectively defuse acute societal stress—thereby preventing violence and social conflict, and providing a practical foundation for permanent world peace.
He has received the Kilby Award, which recognizes scientists who have made “major contributions to society through their applied research in the fields of science and technology.” The award recognized Dr. Hagelin as “a scientist in the tradition of Einstein, Jeans, Bohr and Eddington.”
Extensive published research further demonstrates that human consciousness can directly access and experience the unified field in the most expanded state of human awareness, known as “pure consciousness.” Transcendental meditation is the means by which we access the unified field. We come to know and understand through direct experience.
Regarding the experience of the unified field, Dr. Hagelin stated:
“The techniques to experience the unified field consist of settling the consciousness in a transcendental state of meditation. This is the direct subjective experience of the unified laws of nature. In the context of meditation, we seek to focus inward in order to gain a deeper understanding of the quieter levels of consciousness in order to gain a deeper understanding of deeper levels of intelligence in nature. Transcending all cognitive processing, all visualization, all thought, all mental activity, all concentration, all contemplation in order to reach a state of pure being, pure abstract awareness. The direct experience of the unified field. The complete settling of the mind. Our universe is structured in layers of creation, worlds within worlds within worlds. As quantum mechanics says, the deeper we go, the more dynamic nature becomes. Similarly, the deeper into the mind we go, the more dynamic it becomes.”
The brain functions much differently in the meditative state. We see increased physiological relaxation and lower blood pressure. It helps prevent myocardial infraction, stroke, and death. Mind-body medicine is powerful and real. Transcending affects the brain significantly. The whole brain functions coherently when in a transcended state. The orderly function increases.
Generally we expect hard data in the scientific community. We want to see mathematical formulas and physical manifestations of evidence to prove theories. However, life is not always so black and white. With transcendental meditation, we come to understand the evidence in more detail, within.
In the search for answers people have climbed mountains, swam across seas, and journeyed high and low. Those who desire to know the answers contemplate and ponder in their minds. Traditionally, transcendental meditation was practiced by those who desired to know what the power that gives life is. Led by the desire to know and understand, people sit and close their eyes and set their minds on the power that gives life. Within our being we consider the Divine. What is the giver of life? Where is the giver of life? How much do we know about the giver of life?
Entering meditation, we go deep within our minds and search for answers. We find answers through reasoning. Through transcendental meditation we come to understand clearly that only the Divine is real. We acknowledge that only the giver of life is alive. We acknowledge that only the giver of life truly exists.
This naturally leads us to consider our existence and our role in the universe. We are born, we live, we die…this we cannot deny. In the physical world as we know it, we plainly acknowledge and recognize that death will come to us all. Experiencing the death of loved ones and contemplating our own death leads people to desire to know and understand what life is all about. Wanting to understand the reality of life becomes important for most people at some point in their lives, even unto death. These thoughts truly lead back to the giver of life.
Why? How? Questions like these lead people to pursue understanding. It is in transcendental meditation that we can feel the living presence of the power that gives life to all with greater clarity. The unified field can be felt through and through. It is here that the power of the one unified power that gives life to all can be felt and understood. It is in transcendental meditation that the unity of the all-permeating is felt and understood.
The particles that form our bodies are separate, but they work in unity to form and shape our bodies. The unification of all existence is a reality, whether it is understood in depth by everyone reading this paper or not. The planets are separate, but function together. The galaxies are generally very distant from each other, but they collectively are driven by the same power, just as everything else in the universe.
There are visible worlds and invisible worlds. Matter is physical and we can see it and touch it with our physical bodies. We have a “hands on” experience accordingly. Thought is not physical and it is invisible. It takes place within the mind. We do not have a literal physical “hands on” process taking place within our minds. Herein, we focus and contemplate and make intentions.
We look deep into the atom. We look deep into the depths of space. We explore life and we contemplate the world and the plants and the animals. We contemplate human nature and we seek to gain a deeper understanding. We contemplate the existence of the universe and everything in it. We contemplate in order to gain a more clear understanding.
To truly understand the reality of the unified field, one must transcend the all self-identity. One must acknowledge that we are part of a whole and in order to achieve the heights of unification one must come to know the one and only reality that gives life to all.
As we are alive, the power that constantly sustains all is alive. As we are aware, it is aware. We never leave its presence. It is the sustainer of all existence. In reality, only the one and only is alive. Being part of its life, we acknowledge its existence and unite our minds with the giver of life.
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Meditation lowers blood pressure, helps myocardial infraction, reduces heart attacks, stroke, and death. Mind-body medicine is powerful and real. Transcending affects the brain significantly. The whole brain functions coherently when in a transcended state. The orderly function increases. The state of unbounded awareness begins to expand within the unified field.
We are aware of the natural world
Understanding comes through study
Understanding comes from feeling
Understanding comes from knowing
How do we experience life?
We see…we hear…we smell, taste, and feel
We experience the outward through bodily sensory perception
We come to know what is outside our body by the virtue of human existence
Yet until realization, the inward reality is generally disregarded, misunderstood, and unknown at its core
Entering into transcendental meditation will allow one to experience for themselves the unity of the unified field.
Through understanding and practice this experience can be felt through and through
And the layers of consciousness growth form one upon another
A greater understanding of the unity of life will transform one’s understanding of the oneness of matter and energy
Diligent practice will transform one’s understanding of the unification of all creation
Experiencing consciousness expansion in transcendental meditation leads to a greater understanding
In transcendental meditation we experience life without using our bodily perception.
Going deeper and deeper within
We experience a state of mind that is beyond matter and energy
A state of mind that is beyond what can be told
It can only be experienced and through EXPERIENCE it is understood.
“The techniques to experience the unified field consist of settling the consciousness in a transcendental state of meditation. The direct subjective experience of the unified laws of nature. In the context of meditation..we seek to focus INWARD in order to gain a deeper understanding of the quieter levels of consciousness in order to gain a deeper understanding of deeper levels of intelligence in nature. Transcending all cognitive processing, all visualization, all thought, all mental activity, all concentration, all contemplation in order to reach a state of pure being, pure abstract awareness. The direct experience of the unified field. The complete settling of the mind” -Dr. John Hagelin
This is part of a powerpoint presentation i will be giving. i intend to post more info about the unified field soon. This post should come after a more detailed blog about the unified field…but oh well 🙂
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This article was written by a twelve year old American girl…
One of the biggest environmental impacts of a meat-eating diet is the depletion of natural resources, particularly the consumption of vast amounts of water for livestock production. Today, there are more than 17 billion livestock in the world; that’s about triple the number of people. Raising these animals requires huge amounts of water, most of it used to irrigate the grains and hay fed to the animals. According to the Water Education Foundation, it takes 2,464 gallons of water to produce one pound of beef in California. This is the same amount of water you would use if you took a seven-minute shower every day for six entire months. In contrast, only 25 gallons of water are needed to produce one pound of wheat. Present human water consumption drains aquifers around the world. Water tables are dropping drastically and wells are going dry. The United States Geological Survey says that 40 percent of fresh water used in the U.S. in 2000 went to irrigate feed crops for livestock. Only 13 percent was used for domestic purposes including showers, flushing toilets, washing cars and watering lawns. Switching to a plant-based diet or reducing the amount of meat in your diet is by far the most important choice you can make to save water.
Raising livestock depletes other natural resources as well, including fossil fuels and topsoil. Aside from the cost of grains used to feed livestock you can also measure the cost of fossil fuel energy. Agricultural production uses ten percent of the energy used every year in the United States. David Pimentel from Cornell University explained it this way, 40 calories of fossil fuel are needed to produce one calorie of protein from feedlot beef while only two calories of fossil fuel are needed to produce one calorie of protein from tofu.
Topsoil is another vital natural resource being used faster than nature can replace it. The production of corn and soybeans, the major grains fed to livestock, causes massive soil erosion because those crops are grown in rows. The bare patches between the rows expose the topsoil to both wind and rain erosion. Pimentel has calculated that in Iowa one half of the topsoil has been lost due to farming over the past 100 years. It is estimated that we lose nearly 7 billion tons of topsoil every year.
Another natural resource that is being threatened today by the increased production of livestock is the rainforest. According to the Nature Conservancy, every second of every day one football field of rainforest is being destroyed. Much of this forestland is being cut down to farm and raise livestock, which is then exported to the U.S. and ends up in fast-food hamburgers. According to the Rainforest Action Network, 55 square feet of tropical rainforest are destroyed to make every fast-food hamburger made from rainforest cattle. This is an area about the size of a small kitchen and it is gone forever each time one of these hamburgers is eaten. It is even worse because with each square foot of rainforest gone, up to 30 different plant species, 100 different insect species and dozens of bird, mammal and reptile species are destroyed. The rainforests are so important because half of the species on earth live in them and the forests are vital to the world’s oxygen supply.
Additional impacts on the environment from a meat-eating diet are the pollution of our water and air. All of the livestock being raised throughout the world produce enormous amounts of manure and urine, which in turn pollute natural resources. Animal waste changes the pH of our water, contaminates our air; and the gases emitted are believed to be a major cause of global warming. To keep costs down, the modern animal farming practice is to raise livestock in feedlots and factory farms where thousands or tens of thousands of animals are crowded into small spaces. However, this makes the animal waste problem worse because of concentrated waste. Livestock in the U.S. produce 2.7 trillion pounds of manure each year. That’s about ten times more waste than was produced by all the American people.
What happens to all this waste? Some farmers spray the manure on nearby fields for fertilizer, however this can be expensive, does not provide the best nutrient balance for growing plants and can spread diseases carried in the waste to humans. Some farmers use manure lagoons as a “safe” way to store millions of gallons of animal waste. These lagoons, it turns out, are not so safe. In 1995, 25 million gallons of manure and urine spilled from a hog farm lagoon into the New River in North Carolina. More than 10 million fish were immediately killed and 364,000 acres of coastal wetlands were closed to shell fishing. In the Gulf of Mexico there is a 7,000 square mile “dead zone” where there is no aquatic life due to pollution from animal waste and chemical fertilizers. The pollution from factory farms and feedlots is happening throughout the U.S., and is beginning to happen throughout the world. If we decrease our consumption of animal products we can also decrease the threat of water pollution.
The waste from factory farms gives off many harmful gases such as ammonia, methane and hydrogen sulfide, as well as clouds of dust and particles, which pollute our air. Since these farms are so large and often use huge manure lagoons the most obvious pollution is the horrible smell, which affects communities nearest the farms. The bad smell is the least of the dangers to the environment. In the U.S., animal farms are responsible for 73% of the ammonia released into the air. The ammonia can react with other gases in the air and cause respiratory problems and contribute to smog and acid rain. The particulate matter created from animal agriculture can also cause respiratory problems and can form a brown cloud effect that used to be found only near large industrialized cities.
Methane may be the most serious gas given off from livestock. In fact the meat industry is the number one source of methane throughout the world, releasing over 100 million tons a year. Methane is a gas that traps heat in the atmosphere and causes the earth’s temperature to rise. Noam Mohr in his report on global warming says, “methane is 21 times more powerful a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.” Theoretically by reducing the amount of meat eaten throughout the world we could slow down methane production and therefore global warming.
Yes, I am still very concerned about the mistreatment of animals, but I am also concerned with the loss of the rainforests, with the increasing threat of global warming, and with having clean water to drink and clean air to breathe. What can I, a 12-year-old American girl, do to make a difference? I will still choose to conserve water and electricity and to reuse and recycle whenever possible, but the single most environmentally important choice I can make is to eat a plant-based diet
This article can be found here: http://www.vegetariantimes.com/article/the-environmental-impact-of-a-meat-based-diet/
i jus read this on yahoo news..
Arsenic and Other Chemicals Found in Chicken