experiencing the unified field through transcendental meditation

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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  1. ram0ram said,

    April 20, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    Reblogged this on ram0ram note book.

  2. psolanki2011 said,

    April 20, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    The lower blood pressure from mediation is interesting. Whenever I go to my cardiologists, I love falling into a mediative state when my BP is measures. It freaks him out.

  3. April 20, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    I’m fascinated by how the leading edge of science is coming to conclusions that would once have been considered ‘spiritual’. Thanks for the post.

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 20, 2012 at 5:24 pm

      yea, i find it very interesting as well! everything is coming together!


  4. Don Maker said,

    April 20, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    awareness, that is exactly correct: the world of science is gradually explaining the mythologies and mysticisms of the past. As it continues to do so, what will become the role of religion, which has already transformed itself from polytheistic wonderment to monotheistic pedanticism?

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 20, 2012 at 6:55 pm

      the truth will eventually become manifest. the more we come to understand the commander of all, the more conscious we will become. hopefully all the errors found in the religions of today will be corrected as we move forward to a greater paradigm.

  5. Don Maker said,

    April 20, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    That’s a really interesting comment, Luke! What I get out of it is “the meaning of life” question: Mankind gropes around until we finally can “understand the commander” (which theologists tell us is impossible) and then we will have fulfilled our purpose for having been created and we can then have Armageddon? If so, I would think “the commander” must be an extremely egocentric, selfish SOB. But that’s just my take.

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 20, 2012 at 8:29 pm

      😀 well, those who wish to know and understand the commander can come to know and understand if they seek understanding until all is understood…but as for those who don’t care, then they are under no obligation. As far as “armageddon”…it is such a loaded word with years of misunderstanding revolving around it. i believe this concept simply means that all will be held accountable for their actions. but as far as the commander being an egocentric sob, the commander is greater than this. if it were simply a matter of a ‘god’ with a big beard up on a throne in the clouds just messing with humanity, then yea, that would be different and i would agree that “he” is not good. But the commander is beyond such things.

  6. Dennis Rice said,

    April 20, 2012 at 9:51 pm

    Great summary of Quantum Physics! I was once accused of using a “God-of the-gaps” argument by using QM to point to God, but at the level of the constituents of all matter and all life, it’s all “gaps.” The particles of matter are all conveniences used to describe the energy and decisionality that pervade everything. I think meditation and contemplation are the most powerful ways to access this energy which can best be described religiously as pure spirit.

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 23, 2012 at 3:15 pm

      glad you liked it! and i agree, meditation is a great way to access it 🙂

  7. April 20, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    Just as springs,lakes and rivers lead to the ocean, humanity’s quest and hunger for knowledge will surely lead to the truth… great stuff! thanks for sharing

  8. asskashazzy said,

    April 21, 2012 at 12:53 am

    I am not sure if you know but there is a pretty good book called In Resonance by Jasmuheen. I believe you will find it usefull 😀

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 23, 2012 at 3:17 pm

      hmm..i haven’t read it, but i’ll have to check it out…thank you 🙂

  9. annafig19 said,

    April 22, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    Thank you for putting into words what I have always felt on instinct but have been unable to say with certainty.

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 23, 2012 at 3:19 pm

      for sure! sometimes it is hard to explain things we know in a manner that is convincing to others 🙂

  10. April 25, 2012 at 2:32 am

    This is an interesting read. I am looking forward to your talk. It is risky business bringing science and religion together. I am guessing you will experience some resistance and perhaps some strange looks. This isn’t exactly a free-thinking part of the country…

    To be honest I am not familiar with transcendental meditation. I have read a bit about it here. I have heard tell of some fMRI studies done on people in transcendental states. The results suggest similarities with Christians in deep prayer, I I recall correctly.

    I wonder how meditation really fits with science. Almost by definition, science is based on empiricism — sorting of sensory experiences. IT seams to me meditation is almost extra sensory or supersensory. I’m on the fence as to where that fits with mainstream science.

    Additionally, Bob Russell, John Polkinghorne, and others, have been trying to integrate quantum mechanics into Christian Theology. I find both quantum mechanics ad christian theology to be equally intractable. Putting them together only makes matters worse for me. You appear to be attempting to integrate Hinduism with QM in a similar manner. I wish you luck and encourage you to keep looking deeper.

    • lukescott313 said,

      April 26, 2012 at 4:33 pm

      excellent to hear from you Dr. Place…like we touched on at the presentation yesterday, putting a name on it can be tricky. i KNOW that meditation is beneficial to those who practice it regularly, especially those who take it to the higher levels. As far as integrating theology and quantum mechantics…that is difficult because the modern interpretation of christianity is much different than what Jesus himself taught. Most people who call themselves christians are only christian by name and not by practice, and those who do practice are generally following Paul and not Jesus. There is sooo much room for debate in theology that i generally take a step back. Because religion is part of most peoples’ core beliefs, people will argue and fight and defend their religion (whether christian, jewish, muslim, taoist, buddhist or whatever) even if they are wrong and the evidence is against them. That’s why i like science, cuz generally, science is all about facts. The fact that fire is hot and will burn you can be proven with a simple science experiment. People can argue that fire is not hot but the evidence speaks too loudly. So science is more stable in that respect as far as i’m concerned because we can prove such things whereas religion is based on ancient scriptures that in many cases have been altered in some way and as you said, it is faith based. Dr. Hagelin bases much of his research from the Vedas and Hindu sources but personally, i look at transcendental meditation as something anyone can do anywhere. We can find evidence of such practices from many ancient cultures from countries around the world. I do not limit this to hinduism alone. While there is tons of research to be done in hinduism, i would also expand the search to every culture without limit.

      • Dennis Rice said,

        April 26, 2012 at 5:02 pm

        The integration of QM and Faith has been a long term concern of mine. For Christianity, the logical connection is through the Intelligent Design (ID) movement. Currently, ID lacks a practical mechanism for an intelligent agent to act on the historical stage. QM solves that problem by allowing an intelligent agent’s decisionality to enter the historical process through consciousness. For me, consciousness is the intensification of the life force and the life force can be observed in the simplest of living organisms. Another issue for ID is that an intelligent agent is not exactly compatible with the God of the bible, but the ancient writers did not have the benefit of modern science.

      • lukescott313 said,

        April 26, 2012 at 5:52 pm

        i will have to study about the ID movement…the integration of QM with spirituality is definatley something i have been interested in for a while. i personally do not try to integrate religion as it is practiced and understood today so much because there are so many different views and interpretations…but the unity of spirituality and science is something i am concerned with a lot. i cannot comment on the ID movement tho? i need to check that out, thank you the info 🙂

  11. May 21, 2012 at 5:36 am

    Hello, thanks for deciding to follow Wiggledywoo, that’s where I try to be lighthearted. The tetralogia blog is my true eye, if I may put it that way.

  12. May 21, 2012 at 11:15 pm

    Hey-Thanks for the “like” on my ScienceSprings post. Your stuff is so deep, I am not sure where you are. But you are thorough and a good writer. I write practically nothing. My mission is to bring the fantastic world of basic scientific research to a greater public.

    • lukescott313 said,

      May 21, 2012 at 11:22 pm

      that is a great mission!! i’m in oklahoma 🙂 i like to write, but getting time is the hard part 🙂

  13. January 25, 2015 at 4:13 am

    • LScott said,

      January 26, 2015 at 2:38 am

      hahaha that’s awesome, love that movie!! 🙂

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