Creation, Origins and Beginnings


Our five senses are able to withstand and detect only a limited range of the infinite sensory stimuli out there. A human brain can perceive only the things that exist within this limited range.

We cannot name non-physical phenomena, such as ‘movement’ and its many reactions; so we find it necessary to create concepts to help us recognise and converse about them. Concepts are words that carry specific understandings. A concept is not a name for something it is an understanding of something. We perceive concepts within the boundaries of their opposites and the variety of scales, gradations, levels, quantities, concentrations, shades and intensities layered between these opposites.

The problem is, our brains find it difficult to imagine that there could also be levels, scales and shades beyond the opposite poles even though mathematics has already proven that infinities exist. We find it hard to escape the limitations set by our mind-constructions of concepts such as big and small, left and right, up and down, fast and slow, dense and sparse, loud and soft, warm and cold, dark and light.

It is difficult to understand that matter and space is in fact the same thing, unless we are able to see or imagine how density scales gradually flow from the one stage into the next, like ice – to water – to steam – to nothing. What makes it even more gruelling is that here on earth the particles of matter gather on such diverse density scales that we are rarely able to experience a gradual flow from pole to pole. We have become accustomed to shapes and spaces in seperation.

If we are able to grasp that matter and space could be the same thing, maybe we will also realise that the words “appear” and “disappear” may both be misconceptions. If matter and space are the opposites of the same continuum then the concept of “a beginning” or “a creation” takes on a whole new meaning. If matter and space are opposites poles of a continuum, then “creation” would not mean “making something out of nothing”, it would simply mean shaping something different out of something that already exists. Exactly that, which artists have been doing since the dawn of people.

Where did matter and space come from? We ask this question because our brains need a beginning for everything. We find it impossible to imagine infinity – therefore we create theories based on assumptions that there must have been a beginning (a big bang/creation) and that there should also be an ending. We argue around the fact that infinity exist and the possibility that there never was a beginning. That everything and nothing may always have existed as energy, or as God (if you will); in many forms, never stagnant, but forever changing from one shape into the next as explained by physicists and meta-physicists.


Movement Speaks a Universal Language

Everything in the natural world is held together, by movement of, what scientists call, electro-magnetism; the small and large forces; and gravity. But not all movements are as predictable, controlled and consistent as the movements caused by these four forces. If it were the case, there would not have been any diversity or change.

Just imagine a space in which magnetism, gravity and the small and large forces organise matter into geometrical shapes, without any interferences. Would there be any motivation/purpose/reason for further movement to take place after the formation has become as structured as it possibly can?  If it were possible for nature to exist in such a completely balanced and controlled state, would it not open up the possibility that movement may stagnate and stop altogether.

Could that be the reason why there has to be opposition to cause entropy, imbalance and resistance, and ultimately change?

The human brain loves structure. It loves to sort and link and file sensory information because it operates according to the laws of nature. The organic matter that is brain, likes to go with the predictable flow of the natural forces. However, organic matter is also driven by conscious movements and a free will. A will, to use for making conscious decisions; to either follow or go against the forces of nature.

Quantum physics has suggested that the electrons in atoms move about randomly – that their movements are just as unpredictable as those of viruses, insects, plants, animals and planets. Could we not conclude from this that the afore mentioned, just like human beings also use a degree of conscious volition. How can the human species possibly claim without a doubt that we are the only ones that are able to make conscious decisions to disturb, disrupt, resist, create or solve problems? Is the fact that a little bird is able to solve problems and make creative decisions, based on observation and self experimenting, on the same intelligence scale as that of a six year old child not enough evidence to prove that we underestimate the levels of consciousness in lower life forms?

Who are we to say that the patterned arrangements of sand-balls around crab-holes are done without a spark of volition, intension, consciousness or creativity?

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Ginger, African Red Bush tea leaves, boiling water, lemon and honey. Who would have thought that this combination of ingredients hold the potential to assemble a unique pattern in the bottom of a cup?  The particles moved as if possessed by life to gather in groups. Who are we to say that these movements happened without involving a degree of conscious volition?

We are One


It is possible to make sound visible, by sprinkling iron flakes on a vibrating plate. Some people are lucky to see sounds as colours.  You may even see sound like me in a branching circle burnt on paper by applied electricity. A singularity dividing and expanding for countless possibilities.

We all know that sounds vibrate as frequency waves. But when we hear a choir of fellow humans sing, sound is also felt because goosebumps recognise something more than single voices.

We are noise and we are music. We are sound broken in many pieces.


Past and Present Lives


My take on reincarnation is to reduce consciousness to its essence, namely “information” and use this reference point to create a philosophical argument.

Our bodies are formed by genetic information stored in physical cells. Our minds are formed by information in the form of concepts and conditioning. Each sensory experience that we have in a human body is stored as information in both cells and mind. Body and brain re-unites with physical elements after death. Mind has stored a lifetime’s information in the Collective Human Consciousness (a dimension of time) where the past, present and potential futures exists.

This Collective Human Consciousness (information network) forms a part of the global and universal consciousness. When it breaks up into individual units (bodies) for unique experiences in a body at birth, newly accumulated information bits are linked to The Collective Human Consciousness via electro magnetic fields connected to neurological impulses through breathing.

This field of consciousness does not accommodate separate people or personal identities. The field moves like all forms of matter in diverse frequency waves. Similar information bits link with each other and synchronise into novel information waves. Motion and information exchange is clear. We are motion waves moving in this collective mind-frequency-information-field before birth and after death. While in a body we perceive ourselves as having separate identities. Sometimes, during the course of a life here on earth, we consciously tune into the field and remember experiences from the frequencies in which we resonated before.