Small parts. Smaller parts. Even smaller parts. Everything!


As we research smaller and smaller units of matter, it has became clear to some that there is perhaps no final unit waiting to be discovered but a fundamental unity to everything. Physicist David Bohm, whose work is described in Michael Talbot’s the Holographic Universe, calls the fundamental unity at the end of all matter the implicate order. David Wilcock makes reference to the Source Field.

A popular metaphor for the universe in this new view is a hologram that projects what we experience as matter, light energy, etc. An important property of holograms is that information contained throughout is contained within any unit. For instance, if you cut a piece of holographic film with a picture of an apple in half, both halves of the film will still project the whole apple!

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One phenomena in quantum physics that supports this view is known as “non locality”. It can be a bit mind boggling to think that somewhere particles are “speaking” to each other, where this is no location.

The non-local level of you and the universe is your consciousness. Something “non local” makes your consciousness transcend all existence. What we experience as separate things is actually an illusion. (1)

Find the smallest parts.
You will end up with nothing.
This nothing makes up everything.
And the only way to do that is to be… everything.

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  1. douglasmckee

    I had the pleasure of reading “Wholeness and the Implicate Order” in the early 1980s. It changed my life.

    1. skakos

      I did not know that book. Will check it out! Thanks! 🙂

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