Archive for January, 2007

Integrated consciousness space-time travel and inner stargate

January 15, 2007

“We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love… and then we return home.”

Integrated consciousness has infinite time dimensions that is similar to spherical coordinate system
India Daily Technology Team
Dec. 3, 2006

Integrated consciousness is where things start and end. The Universe floats in the realm of higher dimensional Hyperspace. A chilled universe below it that never gets destroyed holds the Hyperspace. The chilled universe is actually nothing but an infinite spherical time dimension in integrated consciousness. The spherical coordinate of infinite time dimensions allow looking at the whole from anywhere in the chilled universe.

The concept of time in spherical system becomes very interesting. It literally repeats within a specific process thread. What that really means is Chilled Universe is actually an intricate system of integrated consciousness that manifests itself as knowledge.

Once you are a process thread because of the spherical nature of time dimension, you can keep coming back to the same spot again and again to enhance your knowledge and that has no end because of endless dimensions of time.


Tao-The same reality of life as the Vedic literature of India

January 5, 2007

Tao te Ching: Expressions of Consciousness


The Ever present  Source-Lao Tzu 4

The Tao te Ching, a classic in the literature of enlightenment, describes the same reality of life as the Vedic literature of India. see more on the link below

Infinite energy and dynamism at the finest levels of the universe! Quantum physicist John Hagelin, PhD, at the David Lynch

“There is no conventional defense against terrorism… Inner peace is the basis of outer peace. War begets war; for peace, use peace.” Dr. John Hagelin at the David Lynch

How does meditation affect the brain? Live EEG during Transcendental Meditation. Neuroscientist Fred Travis, PhD, during the David Lynch Tour (Emerson College, Boston; November 2005) … (more)