We know about the existence of mechanical, acoustical, electromagnetic, quantum and superstring resonance. The Adaptive Resonance Theory developed by Grossberg (Grossberg, Stephen, ed. (1988) “Neural Networks and Natural Intelligence”, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.) and widely applied for modelling human cognitive processes by artificial neural networks, uses resonance between two major neuron fields to explain how these networks can learn to recognize, classify and predict patterns and events of the environment both in supervised and unsupervised (without teacher) modes of learning.
Human life crucially depends on the process of resonance: the muscle of the heart demonstrates a kind of chaotic resonance, for “the individual cells of the cardiac muscle are each independent oscillators that pulse at their own rhythm when separated from the rest of the tissue in vitro. However when connected to other cells they synchronize with each other to define a single coupled oscillator” (Harmonic Resonance Theory: an Alternative to the “Neuron Doctrine”, Steven Lehar:http://www.zulenet.com/vladimirdimitrov/pages/consciousness.htmlIn the quoted paper Lehar sees the whole brain as a kind of resonator, “whose natural frequency of oscillation as a whole is observed in the global oscillations detected in the electro-encephalogram. This fundamental oscillation sweeping across the whole brain establishes a reference frame or coordinate system in the form of a spatial standing wave, and the higher harmonics on this standing wave represent the spatial percepts of objects perceived in the world, with the phase of those harmonics relative to the fundamental determining the location of the percept in the perceived world”.
The resonance is widely used in descriptions of dynamic interactions at interpersonal level that are unusually effective, spontaneous and complete.
“We say that we ´resonate´ with an idea or another person when we share an unusually rich set of perceptions that implies to us that we are ´on the same wavelength´ – another form of the metaphoric link to physical models. It is a common experience that often is striking in the strength and complexity of shared understanding, and it is associated with successful interactions in pairs and groups of people, and with universally recognized shared experiences. Productivity and creativity are evidently enhanced, and cooperative responses to emergencies and catastrophes seem to be facilitated”
(Internet article on Conscious Resonance athttp://noosphere.princeton.edu/resonance.html
The world wide web and the Internet communication, by making possible instantaneous sharing of people´s thoughts, skills and feelings serve as powerful catalysers for the conscious resonance to occur.
Consciousness resonance closely relates to the idea of noosphere – a term coined in 1944 by the Russian academic Vladimir Vernadsky (1863-1945) to describe a new emerging “sphere of intelligence, wherein humanity could employ its evolutionary gifts as a creative collaborative agent of evolution – and where the widening conflict between technosphere and biosphere could be transformed into synergy” (see Allen, J., Nelson, M., Space biospheres, synergistic Press, London, 1986; [link to www.columbia.edu]
The same term noosphere was used in the book “The Future of Man” of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (published after his death in 1955). He suggested that the Earth in its evolutionary unfolding is growing a new organ of consciousness, called the noosphere. The noosphere is analogous on a planetary level to the evolution of the cerebral cortex in humans. The noosphere is a “planetary thinking network” — an interlinked system of consciousness and information, a global net of self-awareness, instantaneous feedback, and planetary communication (seehttp://www.zulenet.com/vladimirdimitrov/pages/consciousness.html
The ideas of Vernadski and Teilhard de Chardin are applied in the Global Consciousness Project (GCP) – an Internet-based international collaborative project initiated in 1998 that uses technology and methods designed to record effects of events stimulating people to integrate as a world-wide consciousness (see http://www.zulenet.com/vladimirdimitrov/pages/consciousness.htmlthe consciousness
March 27, 2012 | Categories: consciousness, metaphysical, occult, psychology, science, strange science, technology | Tags: consciousness, cymantics, global consciousness project, occult science, resonance, science | Leave a comment
In contemplating meditation, thought, and focus one can begin to see the true meaning of the law of one. We have seen science tell us our thoughts change things and create reality. The Princeton global consciousness project is showing us human thought is entering new levels of coherence. Yet we can not pin point what this coherence means in terms of manifestation. Now perhaps looking on an individual level one can begin to see how the global collective works. When one manifests they focus with intent. They then must let that thought go in order for it return. It is like a feedback loop. Let it go or be in balance and it returns to you after it has visited the collective. You see everything is part of a cycle. Now collectively when thought is focused on one dominate paradigm the randomness lessens as will is self organizing. This is like all of nature. The Fibonacci. Once we let go of this thought it then manifest somehow in reality. That is why we never see it coming.
February 29, 2012 | Categories: consciousness, metaphysical, personal, random thoughts, strange science | Tags: consciousness, global consciousness project, metaphysical, random thought | Leave a comment