“What is your threshold of evidence or proof that something is ultimately real?
Most of our modern world would appeal to science and only trust empirical data or randomized, double blind clinical studies. In today’s podcast and post I’ll reveal why empiricism is ultimately an arbitrary assessment of reality, and we’ll consider another way which is common to all of us.
Join me now as we see beyond the visible world into all that is yet to be seen, and learn why so much of our world has a deficient definition of faith
“What is time? Do we live within a linear framework that is ticking along second by second?”
In today’s podcast and post we begin a short series on the subject of time as we look at some of the way’s science has come to understand time. The emerging frameworks are not only interesting to discover, but bring with them potentially transformative ways for us to live.
Join me now as we see beyond the fabric of time and discover how consciousness creates a self-time continuum which is worthy of our consideration.
“Is it reasonable to expect healing when science has concluded that healing is not possible?
In today’s post and podcast, we go a bit deeper into our exploration of healing, by examining the role of faith in healing our bodies. Quantum science has forced the rewriting of empirical frameworks for understanding our world and moves us incrementally closer to the world depicted in sacred texts.
Join me now as I show the similarities between quantum entanglement and prayer, and take us beyond everything into their single biggest difference. That difference, may just be the reason why faith changes everything, even science.
Quantum mechanics forces scientists to employ an entirely different set of rules in order to make sense of their findings. Newtonian physics and the laws of our physical world do not comport in the quantum universe. While science may not have categories or terms for non-physical based reality in the quantum sciences, they are striving to find them.
Spirituality on the other hand is precisely the category for non-physical reality where the laws of physics, time and space have no bearing. Despite these discoveries, science and religion are still not necessarily agreeing with each other and it has to do with the entanglements that both hold on to.
A lot of modern people see the world through a scientific worldview. This causes some people to diminish spirituality as unreliable because much of it is not empirically provable. In this podcast I show how the scientific worldview is actually borrowing from a spiritual or non-empirically based perspective in order to make sense of science. This should open up our dialogue about how ultimate reality contains much more than matter and motion and then we can see the fundamental principal of spirituality and just how scientific it really is.