We Are All Connected …..
Gregg Braden Bridges Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief
Author: Gregg Braden
Excerpt from The Divine Matrix Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief ©2007 Hay House.
The existence of a primal web of energy that connects our bodies, the world, and everything in the universe opens the door to a powerful and mysterious possibility, and suggests that we may be much more than simply observers passing through a brief moment of time in a creation that already exists.
As far-fetched as this idea might sound to many people, it is precisely at the crux of the greatest controversies among many of the most brilliant minds in recent history.
In a quote from his autobiographical notes, Albert Einstein shared his belief that we’re essentially passive observers living in a universe already in place, one in which we seem to have little influence: “Out yonder there was this huge world,” he said, “which exists independently of us human beings and which stands before us like a great, eternal riddle, at least partially accessible to our inspection and thinking.”
In contrast to Einstein’s perspective, which is still widely held by many scientists today, John Wheeler, a Princeton physicist and colleague of Einstein, offers his radically different view of our role in creation.
In terms that are bold, clear, and graphic, Wheeler says, “We had this old idea, that there was a universe out there, and here is man, the observer, safely protected from the universe by a six-inch slab of plate glass.”
Referring to the late 20th century experiments that show us how simply looking at something changes that something, Wheeler continues, “Now we learn from the quantum world that even to observe so minuscule an object as an electron we have to shatter that plate glass: we have to reach in there . . . .
In a radically different interpretation of our relationship to the world we live in, Wheeler states that it’s impossible for us to simply watch the universe happen around us.
We ALL are ONE!! We ALL are connected!!