Distributed Unconsciousness – residing on the balance
The concept of distributed(ive) unconsciousness, also referred to as: intelligent universe, collective unconsciousness, quantum unconsciousness, holographic unconsciousness, super/massive-distributive unconsciousness, the web of life, brane of God / God’s brane, the mind of God, the quantum mind-field, cloud of Being, the great subconsciousness or the ground of Being and others listed above, has its origins from philosophical exploration into Quantum theory’s String theory, and was extrapolated from the ideas and writing from such authors as: Plato, Karl Jung, Brian Greene, Stephen Hawkings, Michael Talbot, Joseph Campbell, Alan Watts, Richard Wilde, Fritjof Capra, Roger Penrose, Fred Alan Wolf, Frank Tipler, William Tiller, Sir James Lovelock and others.
okay then, let us look into quantum unconsciousness?
“The ten thousand things carry yin and embrace yang.
They achieve harmony by combining these forces.”
— Lao Tsu, Tao Te Ching 42
“The Tao that can be told is not the true Tao.”
— Tao Te Ching 1
“The electron that can be told is not the true electron.”
— David Harrison
The individual or particular mind is a single ray. The ray is described by a word – I, as it is applied by the individual to his or her own self. The ray is the sum of all the moments that comprise the life of the mind – the life of the individual I. This I exists in the timeless field that underlies each moment, giving rise in the moment to the quantum of experience.
Everything arises out of the quantum field, the unconscious mind. The field of the individual I is the individual mind, psyche, or soul. Everything that arises out of the field, that comes into consciousness, arises along with its unconscious complement. This principle is a fundamental principle of science. It is called Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, or the principle of complementarity. In Buddhism, it is called the principle of dependent coarising.
principle of complenetarity of dependant coarising
“But what is light really? Is it a wave or a shower of photons? There seems no likelihood for forming a consistent description of the phenomena of light by a choice of only one of the two languages. It seems as though we must use sometimes the one theory and sometimes the other, while at times we may use either. We are faced with a new kind of difficulty. We have two contradictory pictures of reality; separately neither of them fully explains the phenomena of light, but together they do.” — Albert Einstein and Leopold Infeld, The Evolution of Physics, pg. 262-263.
If your eye be single it shall be filled with light…Aum