Our interest in the parallel universe is just as common as our interest in death and the afterlife. Could there actually be a connection between the two?
This new approach to our perception of death and the Universe is called biocentrism and comes from the world of quantum physics and the theory of a parallel universe.
But, it also comes from Einstein. Here, he explains how death doesn’t really exist outside the boundaries of space and time.
According to one of the fundamental axioms of science, energy in any form is not lost. It cannot be created, neither can it be destroyed. It simply exists.
Considering this and the fact that the brain is a huge power generator, scientists try to explain what happens to this amount of energy when the brain stops functioning after death. Is it possible that we travel to a parallel universe?
Without our perception, nothing exists.
For scientists, the theory of the parallel universe is much more objective than the reality of space and time we perceive.
Whatever knowledge the brain processes is used as information and as a simple tool for understanding a particular space-time of a particular reality. It shows that the brain is unable to understand the existence of cosmic infinity since it is able to realize only finite things.
For instance, the perception of color, shape, and size is governed completely by the brain. Outside of this understanding, color and shape and size simply does not exist as we know it.
Our brains can be altered, as well, to make the color blue look red and to make this color vibrate as well. Our whole understanding of the world around us can be changed completely, just with simple reprogramming of our consciousness.
And it’s the same in the grand scale of things as well. In a universe without space and time (with the meaning that we give them), the concept of death or the end simply does not exist.
How much of death, as we experience it with a specific function of our brain, corresponds to the objective reality which we have no tools to understand?
Everything is an illusion, or is it?
Einstein himself had admitted, on the occasion of the death of his friend Besso:
“Besso left this strange world a little ahead of me. But this does not mean anything. People like us know that the distinction between past, present, and future is simply a persistent illusion.”
Immortality is not a constant presence in a world without end because it exists outside the concept of time as we know it. It exists in the world outside of our perceptual ability to understand and whatever we consider real or an illusion.
Thus, we can’t perceive the reality which is not restricted by space, time and laws of the Universe.
However, it still extends throughout its parallel universe and infinite space-time forms, regardless of what we do or do not believe.
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