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"I see science and mysticism as two complementary manifestations of the human mind; of its rational and intuitive faculties."
Fritjof Capra - Tao of Physics.
"Shamanism" is basically the practice ofcontacting the "spirit world" and doing work on the dimensional and/or on a soul level. This could encompass many methods and modes of doing such. Shamans/Healers have been the corner stone of many spiritual traditions throughout the world. The roots of these ancient Healers and Priests regarded the soul and consciousness as a part of the whole cosmos. The shamanistic concept of "journeying" could be explained by as traveling through space and time dimensions to heal the soul and the person or many various other reasons depending on the culture of that healer. For many healer/shamans multidimensional traveling is a way of life. There is no distinct separation.
Science has also come to explain how "magic" of the shamans operates to some degree. A scandalous trial in London in 1877, grabbed the attention of many notable physicists. Henry Slade, a psychic from the United States, was charged with fraudulent activity. What marked this normally mundane trial of trickery is that physicists and astronomers around the world, some who won the Nobel Prize in physics, came to Slade's defense. These scientists claimed "miraculous feats" could be done by manipulating objects in the 4th dimension.
This is something shamans have been to known to do, either alter something in the physical or manifest something from "thin air". Physicists are coming close to explaining the science of the shaman.
Eventually, Henry Slade was convicted despite the help he received.
There is a well-known tenet in shamanism called the "axis mundi", the transcendental center of the worlds, designates "parallel world realities within a single universe", coexisting on each side of the "axis mundi" the axis by which our world is brought into communication with the upper and lower worlds.
In "The Nature of Shamanism" it states, "Uniformities of forms do appear to exist in our empirical universe which transgress the quanta of the human mind...falling into the domain of the Jungian 'collective unconsciousness'".
"By invoking modern physics, we can say, together with many a shaman, that all reality is only a continuum of the same spectrum. Put otherwise, reality is always in a state of Being or Existing."
"Magic is any sufficiently advanced technology."
Arthur C. Clarke
The generally accepted theory of light up until the mid-1800's, was Newton's assertion of light to be a stream of tiny particles. However, in the late 1800's, the particle picture was replaced by the wave theory of light due to the phenomena associated with light: refraction, diffraction and interference, which could only be explained using the wave picture.
This electromagnetic radiation, or light, may be viewed in one of two complementary ways: as a wave in an abstract electromagnetic field or as a stream of massless particles called photons. This is known as the wave - particle duality and is true for all particles. This duality is the basis of a indisputable quantum law in which it is a thread that runs throughout the micro and macrocosm.
Light as a wave, has a wavelength associated with it, much like an ocean wave with crests and troughs. The frequency of light is measured by counting the number of waves passing one point at a given time. The energy is merely the strength or force the wave carries.
Since all things have an energetic duality we can convert and apply this to the DNA and RNA molecules which they in fact emit their own light/energy. Science shows this and mystics spanning many beliefs and philosophies throughout history speak of this wisdom in terms of The Language of Light.
Enoch the patriarch of the Bible speaks of this language of light as waveform geometries of harmonic resonance that mimic the properties of light. The Enochian knowledge describes sonic equations, encoded within the ancient mantras and god names, capable of directly affecting the nervous system and producing profound effects of healing and higher consciousness states.
The Divine Light and Kingdom of Light references can be found in the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Nag Hammadi, Pistis Sophia and among the various other Egyptian, Persian and Syrian writings. The returning to the light from which we came, this merging of the light within ourselves with the Divine, is what the great Eastern Orthodox mystics called, Theosis, others call it Christ Consciousness, Nirvana, Bliss, Oneness, and Enlightenment.
The renowned yogi, Yogananda describes the universe beyond matter as being composed of indescribably subtle Light and that the material universe is composed of all the same essence. In describing a state of ecstatic joy he says, "A swelling glory within me began to envelop towns, continents, the earth, solar and stellar systems, tenuous nebulae, and floating universes...The entire cosmos...glittered within the infinitude of my being." According to yoga principles this is called Oneness with Supreme Consciousness, Ultimate Being, or God. In modern physics, this could be described as Non-Locality in the atomic sea.
The yogic science, practiced within the laboratory of human consciousness, is, in fact, the science of consciousness, which physicists such as Bohm theorize as being inseparable from, and responsible for, all reality.
Kabir Das, one of the medieval Indian saints whose compositions figure in Sikh Scripture said: "The Light of one soul is equal to that of sixteen suns." Many of his writings speak of the brilliance of Light and touches on the simplistic fundamental roots of Oneness.
The more we raise our vibrational levels, the more of this language we 'speak'. This language also carries over into stones/minerals/herbs for they have their own inherent vibrational rate. The same applies to the sacred symbols and sounds found throughout the world. Since everything in the universe emits energy we are harmonizing ourselves into resonating with the universe around us.
In some circles, multidimensional beings are called Light Beings. Also, sometimes people call themselves Light Workers, for their work with and operation out of / from the Light which is synonymous with "All That Is In The Universe". As we progress spiritually we become vibrationally altered or become "light bodied". Thus we have the aptly named physical ascension. "Light Knowledge" is also deemed the knowledge of God that seems to be a universal truth throughout the belief systems of the world. In several ancient writings Light is synonymous and equal to the dimensions and levels of Love. The differences in electromagnetic light can also be paralleled to the differences and levels of Love. Ultimately, Light is Love and all operates as One.
It is beautifully ironic that the duality of light properties seems to unlock a vast door to scientific universal principles in which the mystics and shamans have always understood.
Carl Jung made significant progress in his theories of the soul and shamanism, on many levels. This psychologist's work on the deep aspects of the soul dawned a new age for scientific and religious thinkers. Carl Jung's depth in understanding the self and realms therein parallels the knowledge and characteristics of shamanism.
With this understanding, Carl Jung felt that no causal connection can be demonstrated between two events, but a meaningful relationship nevertheless exists between them. This direct encounter with the patterning of events in nature as a whole reveals the meaningful connections between the subjective and objective world. Jung called this principle of meaningful coincidences: "synchronicity".
Jung describes in his research into the collective unconscious that coincidences were connected in meaningful ways. Their occurrence seemed to defy the calculations of probability. Because Jung believed the phenomenon of synchronicity was connected to psychic conditions, he felt the inner and outer realities (subjective and objective) evolved through the archetypes. Jung formulated that these archetypal images belonged to a part of the unconscious not derived from personal experience. The archetypal images form the "collective unconscious". This collective is all things working in tandem indicating 'singleness of purpose', in this case, our very totality of consciousness vibrating and working as one coherent mass of energy.
We can also see archetypal images or symbols as energetic structures that create a bridge between us and the higher realities. In some unintelligible way, they connect us with the spiritual realms and the divine order that unites us all. Archetypes thus become a doorway that provides access to the experience of meaningful coincidence.
Jung's concept of synchronicity speaks of the "oneness" and interdependence of the universe. Jung states, "Peculiar interdependence of objective elements among themselves as well as with the subjective (psychic) states of the observer or observers". Jung was also heavily influenced by the "new" physics dawning which he wrote, "Physics has demonstrated...that in the realm of atomic magnitudes objective reality presupposes an observer, and that only on this condition is a satisfactory scheme of explanation possible...This means that a subjective element attaches to the physicist's world picture, and secondly that a connection necessarily exists between the psyche to be explained and the objective space-time continuum."
These discoveries confirmed what Jung recognized intuitively: that matter and consciousness are, in fact, interconnected in an essential way. Quantum theory and synchronous events along with matter and consciousness function as complementary aspects of a unified total reality.
In an essay by Gerhard Adler titled "Reflections on "Chance" and "Fate" - "This interconnectedness manifests itself in so many ways that one has to accept it as undisputable reality."
Arthur Koestler, a twentieth century philosopher, refers to the capacity of the human psyche to "act as a cosmic resonator" and in his book, "The Roots of Coincidence", presumes the "fundamental unity of all things," which transcends mechanical causality, and which relates coincidence to the "universal scheme of things."
Koestler also refers to "the universal hanging-together of things, their embeddedness in a universal matrix." Many ecologists and scientists know without a doubt, this sense of interrelation in and of the world.
The mystical concept of one universal scheme parallels the scientific theme of oneness. The relevancy of science and consciousness is immense.
"Call it Nature, Fate, Fortune; all these are names of the one and selfsame God."
Lucius Annaeus Seneca 5 BC-65 AD
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