1: Is the Universe & all
matter manifested by observing it?
2: Is mind determining
transitions between wave & particle?
3: Are we participating in creating, whatever we observe?
The Blessed Buddha said so
already 2500 years ago...
Recently it was
experimentally shown by Quantum-Physics.
Yet even today it is not
really understood by the many!
Main Reference for
Law without Law
Princeton Professor of Physics:
John Archibald Wheeler:
Princeton University Press, 1983.
Law without Law:
References for those unfamiliar with Quantum Physics:
The Double Slit Experiment
Wheeler's Basic Delayed Choice Experiment:
Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Niels Bohr &
Does the Universe Exist if We're Not Looking?
Therefore: It is not matter
that creates mind (or brain).
It is mind that creates
matter that creates mind!
Mind & matter are thus
entangled & cannot be considered
neither as separate nor as independent of each other...
independent of mind is impossible!
Dig it friends! its dizzy.
its not trivial!
It is really radically
This world is mighty hall of
Buddha once explained: Not
participating by not observing:
In the seen is merely the
process of seeing & what is seen.
In the heard is merely hearing & what is heard.
In the sensed is merely sensing & what is sensed.
In the thought is merely thinking & what is thought.
So knowing, you will not be connected with that.
So disconnected you will not be absorbed within that.
So neither with that nor within that you are not by that!
When there is no you inferred or conjectured by that,
then you are neither here, there, both, nor in between...
On realizing the importance of this the Blessed Buddha
Where neither solidity, fluidity, heat nor diffusion find footing,
there no sun, moon nor star ever shines. There is neither any light
yet nor is there any darkness. When the Noble, through stilling of
all construction, through quieting of all mental formation, directly
experiences this, then is he freed from both form & formlessness,
then is he released from both pleasure & pain & gone all beyond...
Udana – Inspiration: I – 10
The stuff of the world is
(Eddington, The Nature of the Physical
The old dualism of mind and matter... seems likely to disappear ...
through substantial matter resolving itself into a creation and
manifestation of the mind.
(Jeans, The Mysterious Universe)
The best that most of us can hope to achieve in physics is
misunderstand at a deeper level.
The only acceptable point of view appears to be the one that
both sides of reality—the quantitative and the qualitative, the
and the psychical—as compatible with each other, and can embrace
simultaneously. (Wolfgang Pauli, Writings
on Physics and Philosophy)
The conception of the objective reality of the elementary
thus evaporated not into the cloud of some obscure new reality
but into the transparent clarity of a mathematics that
represents no longer
the behavior of the particle but rather our knowledge of this
(Heisenberg, The Representation of Nature
in Contemporary Physics)