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How does the universe work? What is my place in it? The following video, graphics, and story is my best shot at explaining the basic mechanics of the Universe, the Almighty, and our place in it as consciousness. This model of the Universe is altruistic, based on quantum principles of physics provided by Shri Vethathiri Maharishi, and non-religious.
To better understand the above video it helps to put it into context, that of Relative Truth.
One would fail to fully understand the secrets of nature and how we as consciousness translate a sub-atomic field of information waves into everyday physical life unless we clarify.
There are TWO types of truth, Absolute Truth, and relative truth.
All our experiences in life occur within the field of relative truth, as perceived by The Mental Body.
The Absolute Truth is eternal, unbounded, un-manifest, and possesses no properties ascertainable and definable in terms of the relative manifest it begets. Both source and manifestation are thereby infinite and unfathomable, and each man and woman is a unique aspect/expression of both.
Relative truth is subjective, dependent upon on the beliefs of the observer, the expression of the observed, and the field in which observation takes place. So, relative truth is therefore, "whatever you believe to be true".
All relative truth is fictional, any experience you have in relativity is undefined until the instant you observe some thing and give definition to the thing observed. After observing and defining the thing you assess (Discriminate) a value to that thing, its unique value to you.