Yesterday I was told science is fast approaching a theory for everything.
Of course I couldn’t keep myself from snorting as my new friend tried to assert science had a theory about my soul.
And then because-really- I am quite rebellious, I pulled out my copy of a book I’m reading, “Proof of Heaven” written by Eben Alexander a neo surgeon. And immediately began asking my friend who has a theory for everything how science might explain consciousness and then dared discuss topics like God, mysteries, supernatural, miracles, after life and emotions.
Afterwards. I walked outside and stared up into the sky. It was a full moon or was it a new moon? Whatever it was it was showing off. Twinkling stars accentuated the grandeur, awe which is far beyond my understanding.
Consciousness. All we know about the brain, matter, physical science, atoms …and still there is no theory to explain consciousness or the mysteries that lie beyond the physical matter.
I have a theory.
And it’s confirmed every time I experience beauty. We are multi dimensional beings not purely bodies and minds.
I have a theory. It’s called love. And God.
I have a theory – all around me is evidence of something bigger than I am and still I’m part of it and one with it but not it’s source, rather it’s mine. God.
I have a theory alright.
My hunch is until love, faith and human consciousness, spirit, miracles and all the rest of the non-physical parts of us are elevated, celebrated and explored fully none of us will realize much more than a small physical experience limited by our current human brain.
The vastness of the spiritual life. The love of God. Whispers to us in moments of deep prayer, meditation and consciousness. We are holy beings- one with the original creator. Love’s children. Forever being called to live as large and as divinely as our eternal spiritual soul’s were created to be.
Oh…all around me theories are trying to explain the unexplainable and to convince me I’m just this mere body and brain. Silly theories. Haven’t you stared up at the sky- ?
“There are only two ways to live. One as though nothing is a miracle. The other as if everything is.” Albert Einstein.
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