We experience the universe as a projection through us because each of us is a centre of consciousness. Therefore we are all centres of the universe. There really is no here or there because everything is at One point where consciousness is. We all do not exist in different places but are all present at One point. The reality of here and there is all created and experienced within the singularity of consciousness itself.
Where you are is the centre of the universe.
An everyday example of projected reality is a movie projected onto a screen. You know that the movie is just the projection of a recorded, dramatic scene, but it’s easy to forget that as you become involved in the unfolding drama. The movie appears like a real-life drama for as long as it absorbs your attention.
“The universe only exists when you are observing it,” or so the popular theory goes. This theory is an offspring of quantum physics. It says that, because the observer affects the outcome of experiments, the observer is key to reality. The theory goes on to suggest that the universe only exists when you look at it; therefore you must be creating the universe from your consciousness.
This is actually not a new idea. The old Zen riddle, “If a tree falls in a forest with no one to hear it, then does it make a sound?” reflects the same style of thinking. It suggests that nothing happens in the universe without an observer being present.
The idea that we live in a conscious universe has been gaining ground steadily for a number of years. What does the term, “a conscious universe,” actually mean? The universe consists entirely of consciousness. The fabric of the universe is consciousness. The objects in the universe are all made of consciousness. Everything in the universe is fabricated from aspects of original consciousness, interwoven and set into motion.
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