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Everything in the observed universe is made up of energy, even matter which are bits of vibrating energy. Even in quantum theory it is being postulated that there is a field of electro-magnetic energy that encompasses everything in our known universe. The most recent term given to this field of energy is the zero-point field because it is believed to be the lowest state of a field. All energy is vibration and all vibration is sound. It is not a stretch to postulate that the field of energy that encompasses everything in the universe is sound waves at a frequency inaudible to the human ear. Studies pioneered by Dr. Hans Jenny has demonstrated that substances such as sands, fluids and powders, oscillated at different vibrations/sounds produced stunning fractal geometric patterns. The higher the frequency the more complex these patterns became. He called this cymatics. Fractals are complex geometric patterns exhibiting self-similarity in that small details of its structure viewed at any scale repeat elements of the overall pattern. It is than not a stretch to hypothesize that this field of energy that encompasses the whole universe is fractal in nature. A fractal can divide into itself into infinity and expand into infinity making the zero-point field an inadequate term to describe this field because it implies that it is the lowest state of energy when in fact this energy is multidimensional in resolution representing an infinite amount of energy in the vacuum of space.
Fractals are found everywhere in nature and in the known universe. Ferns, trees, broccoli, flowers clouds, mountain ranges, galaxies, all display fractal repetitious patterns. Virus, mould and bacterial aggregate colonies spontaneously assume Fractal Shapes. Snowflakes are another example of fractal geometric patterns found in nature. Crystalline structures form fractal like shapes- the list goes on and on.
In physics a new hypothesis is emerging regarding the nature of black holes and the nature of the universe. However In this theory a black hole is not just a vortex that sucks up energy at its event horizon but it spews out an equal amout of energy, maintaining an equilibrium. In this theory it is suggested that the universe is made of different scales of black holes from the universal size to atomic size. . These atoms have a contractive aspect and a expansive aspect as well. Up the scales it is theorized that at the center of earth is a black hole that causes the earth to spin because of its vortex which is responsible for gravitation on earth as well. However the expansive aspect of earths inner black hole is responsible for the planets growth: the driving force behind the break-up of Pangaea: the super continent that existed when the planet was much smaller. Continuing, the earth with a black hole at its center is orbiting around an even bigger black hole which is in the center of the sun. The sun is traveling around an even bigger black hole which is the center of the milky way galaxy , and the milky way galaxy is travelling around an even bigger black hole which is the universe and this universe might be travelling around an even bigger black hole representing a fractal repetitious infinite pattern moving towards higher degrees of complexity. Nassim Haramein gives a calculation in his Scale Unification: A Universal Scaling Law for Organized Matter paper (see equation #4 through #16) where he demonstrates that the nuclei of atoms can be described as a mini black holes. His research demonstrates that even our own sun and the atomic structure that makes up our reality is centered by black hole dynamics. This represents a fractal holographic pattern.
Although these discoveries may seem new, these beliefs are ancient. The Emerald tablet of Hermes Trismegistus, purportedly discovered by Alexander the Great in the Tomb of Hermes, describes a fractal reality with this statement; "That which is Below corresponds to that which is Above, and that which is Above corresponds to that which is Below, to accomplish the miracle of the One Thing. In the Tao te Ching, written over 2000 years ago, by Lao Tzu, he states in verse 25 third stanza; “The Tao is incredibly great because it occupies infinite space, being fully present in the whole universe and in every infinitesimal particle. To Lao Tzu there was no smallest particle of matter because that scientists today search for, the concept of a fractal universe was common sense to the Taoist how found fractals everywhere in nature and in different scales. Even a family was considered a fractal to the Taoist who viewed couples having children as an infinite fractal dynamic. According to Vedic science, the universe is a giant yantra. A yantra is a concentration of fractal geometric designs. These Vedic scientists believed that the Universe consisted of a pulsating network of cosmic forces, Shiva and Shatki ( masculine and feminine energies similar the ying and the yang) that created geometric patterns through which all forms were structured.. These yantra’s are present in nature as crystalline forms in minerals and in snowflakes among an infinite number of examples. The Vedic scientist had a name for this yantra that encompassed everything in the universe, it was the Akashic field, the ancient version of the zero-point field. Embedded within this field holographically however, is all knowledge of human experience and the history of the cosmos. And to these ancient scientists, people’s consciousness is interwoven with this field exchanging information unconsciously and to those spiritually adept, consciously. So to the ancient scientist everything was energy and everything had an infinite nature. The universe was a fractal dynamic- a cosmic symphony. It would have come to them as no surprise when Kepler discovered the music of the spheres: physical harmonies in motion of the celestial bodies.
The implication of a fractal universe is that the micro represents the macro and the macro represents the micro. Natural rhythms and patterns occur which are microcosmic representations of the larger whole or macrocosmic representations of the smaller whole. Even the human individual can be looked at as a microcosm of the universe. In understanding our own bodies and our own nature we can understand the nature of the universe. The human being to the Taoists is the small cosmos and the universe is the large cosmos. In Christianity, humanity is made in the image of God. In Vedic science, the true self devoid of all ego is the atman or the divine self which is one with Brahman, the absolute of the universe. Even in Christianity Jesus emphasised that he was one with the father; that he was in the father and that the father was in him. In Taoism it is emphasized to be one with the Tao: the ebb and flow of life- to be in harmony with the natural rhythms of nature and the universe; adopting the consciousness of the universe. In Vedic science, God-consciousness is emphasized as well: adopting the consciousness of the cosmos. This is done by discovering the atman or divine self which is one with the will and totality of the universe: Brahman. The implication of a fractal universe for humanity is unprecedented. It means that humans have a fractal nature. With an infinite amount of energy in the universe, we have the potential for an infinite amount of growth and evolution. With modern science catching up with ancient science, it is becoming clear which direction humanity should go towards. We should go in the direction of harmony with nature harmony with each other, and harmony within ourselves. This is what it means to be in harmony with the ebb and flow of the universe, to be in harmony with the universe. Quite simply it means to follow Natural Law. The cultivation of the health and hygiene of the humanity through the cultivation of the mind body and spirit is a worthy habit to adopt. This is the direction humanity needs to move towards for its evolution.
Whatever is healthy to the body is healthy to the individual and is in the best interest of everything and everyone. The place of humanity in the universe dictates that there are things that should be done and things that should not be done; there is that which should be taken and that which should not be taken; that which should be promoted and that which should be prevented. Pursuing that which is beneficial and avoiding that which is harmful. Communion, integration, communication, harmony and balance should be emphasized. These should not be irreconcilable extremes, which would ruin the foundation of human existence and evolution. The human body is a miniature universe, a microcosm. Information of the universe is registered in the human body as well as information on the evolution of humankind and human society. The universe is a dynamic where true harmony can exist, and it can be achieved through the perfection of health. In this model health is a fractal dynamic, where health is not just the absence of disease, but a never ending direction towards growth and evolution. Health will lead to happiness, bliss, world peace, and infinite amount of creative potential. Health is enlightenment. To enlighten would mean to energize your mind body and spirit because light is energy and energy is information. So acquiring information about yourself and the nature of the universe is energizing and enlightening to the body mind and spirit- the totality of self. Releasing all tension in the body, increasing energy flow is nourishing and enlightening to body, mind and spirit. Cultivating the virtues of compassion; love, joy, kindness, respect, happiness, understanding, trust, acceptance, is also healthy, nourishing and very enlightening to the body, mind, and spirit. Also, eating live natural organic food is enlightening to the body because these foods contain an abundance of life force. Spending time in nature, with its abundance of life force, oxygen and energy is healthy for the totality of self as well.
The cultivation of health is a sustainable harmonic lifestyle that can bring unity to the planet: man with each other and man with himself and man with the environment. This is because the foundation of health is self respect for oneself, compassion for others and compassion for nature.
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