What Is Metaphysical Spirituality
The deeper study into the nature of matter (physical) and spiritual/energy (non-physical) is called Spiritual Metaphysics,As we dig deeper into the true nature of “reality” it is becoming clear that the separation of body, mind, and spirit is an illusion. These are all simply aspects of one thing or being. Spiritual metaphysics takes us closer to understanding and applying this information in our everyday lives.Spiritual Metaphysics is important to us because it helps to fill in the gaps where traditional religion and science fall short in their explanations of the human experience. But Metaphysics is the place where modern science and spirituality find some common ground. It is an all encompassing philosophy that explores the ultimate nature of consciousness and the principles by which consciousness leads to form, or in very simple terms, how “thoughts” become “things”. Metaphysics is the study of the most general features of reality, such as existence, time, the relationship between mind and body, objects and their properties, wholes and their parts, events, processes, and causation. Traditional branches of metaphysics include cosmology, the study of the world in its entirety, and ontology, the study of being.Within metaphysics itself there are a wide range of differing philosophical theories. Idealism, for example, is the belief that reality is mentally constructed or otherwise immaterial while realism holds that reality, or at least some part of it, exists independently of the mind. Subjective idealism describes objects as no more than collections or “bundles” of sense data in the perceiver. Metaphysics, a combination of the subjects. Philosophy, Religion, Parapsychology, Mysticism, Yoga, ESP, Dream Analysis, Jungian Psychology, Astrology, Meditation, Self-Help Studies, Positive Thinking and even quantum physics.The common denominator of these and all similar subjects deals with an exploration of reality, and in the idealistic sense, how such knowledge may benefit human life on this earth, both individually and collectively. Particulars are those objects that are said to exist in space and time, as opposed to abstract objects, such as numbers. Universals are properties held by multiple particulars, such as redness or a gender. The type of existence, if any, of universals and abstract objects is an issue of serious debate within metaphysical philosophy. Realism is the philosophical position that universals do in fact exist, while nominalism is the negation, or denial of universals, abstract objects, or both. Conceptualism holds that universals exist, but only within the mind’s perception.The nature of Being is a perennial topic in metaphysics, it is the Science of study of macrocosm and microcosm with our analytical mind. We use our objective mind and senses to make laws and analyse all aspects of living. It is the study of a God or Gods; involves many topics, including among others the nature of religion and the world, existence of the divine, questions about Creation, and the numerous religious or spiritualissues that concern humankind in general.In India this ‘ mega science’ is known as ‘ Bramha Vidya’ and we have thousands and thausands of books on this subject available with us. Perhaps due to the general ignorance of the ‘blind faith’ following mass, they continue to maintain their existence secretive.
Understanding Spiritual Metaphysics
When we consider that all quanta have interacted at some point in the history of the cosmos and that there is no limit on the number of correlations that can exist between these quanta, it leads us to a most dramatic conclusion that non-locality is a fundamental property of the entire universe. Hence we must conclude that an undivided wholeness exists on the most primary and basic level in all aspects of physical reality. We have recently begun to fully recognise that the description of physical reality in the new physics effectively resolves or eliminates the two-world Cartesian dilemma. A human being is a part of the whole, called by us the universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separate from the rest — a kind of optical illusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from the prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely, but the striving for such achievement is in itself a part of liberation and a foundation for inner security.
Spirit Science and Metaphysics
One can go on and on, but at the heart of this is man’s desire for meaning in this apparently random, meaningless, boundless world. Numbers have the magical ability to organize and define and confine the universe. Through numbers the infinite can be made finite, measurable hence manageable. From Pythogoras to Fibonacci, scholars in Europe have noticed that everything in nature could be reduced to a number or a formula. Truth lay in numbers. Beauty lay in numbers. God, they concluded, must have been a mathematician.Numbers have always fascinated man. They have been used to explain the universe. Take the number zero for example. Buddha in 500 BC introduced the concept of nirvana, which means the end of existence, the blowing out of flame. This was differentiated from the Hindu notion of moksha which means liberation of the Soul. For Hindus, following liberation, the soul survives in its primal purity. But for Buddhists, nothing survives. This idea gave rise to the concept of Shunya or nothingness in Buddhist philosophy. The opposite of this Shunya was everything, infinity. Indian mathematicians converted these metaphysical concepts into mathematics. Shunya gave rise to zero and when any number was divided by 0 (nothingness) what emerged was infinity thus making nothingness and everything-ness, opposites of each other both metaphysically and mathematically. By 500 AD, these early concepts gave rise to the idea of decimal numbering. And was used extensively by Buddhist, Jain and Hindu scholars. This was taken by Persian scholars and Arab traders. They translated nothingness or shunya as ‘sipher’ which eventually became ‘ziphiro’ amongst Italian traders and finally the modern 0 which started appearing in Europe around 1100 AD. Visually, 0 was represented as a dot and later as a circle or sphere to represent the vast infinity of the horizon leading to the cosmos. All this information had led to the speculation that perhaps early mystics were actually mathematicians or vice versa. There was no divide between the scientist and the spiritualist in ancient times.Metaphysics is evolving and there is nothing supernatural about it, what was called supernatural was simply something natural that was not understood to define it as something beyond natural was erroneous and a result of limited understanding. Metaphysics is evolving into the new science of Intangics, where Metaphysics and Physics have been at odds with each other in Intangics they become one understanding. Intangics is based on the premise that the intangible gives rise to the tangible and not vice versa as conventional science has long held to be true. In the past the intangible or quantum framework was not understood. In Intangics as in Quantum science the observer plays a role in cause and effect manifestations. Consciousness awareness influences processing in the intangible realm giving rise to the tangible, the observable universe. Intention and placement of attention playing a crucial role, with the sum of individual intention giving rise to collective intention which defines our shared reality by operating on the malleable aspects of the universe. It is important to understand that in order to have a shared, objective reality with continuity in contrast to something ephemeral and subjective as in a a solitary dream a fixed framework is needed such as the laws of physics which provide the operating parameters for a shared objective experience. The intangible realm can be thought of as the processing component and the tangible observable universe as the output. The atom like God (undefined, all pervading non-linear intelligence) has never been seen, and neither has the source of your own being, scientists have determined the existence of the atom by observing it’s effects on things we can measure, using a lot of math.As scientific understanding has evolved the visual model for the atom has changed from a small solar system of precise tiny objects to something very fuzzy and very unlike the solar system we live in. As we move to an understanding of the universe as an information system there is much more to be revealed and practical application of this new understanding to be discovered. The universe might be best thought of as a computer with a base set of naturally inherent static functions, formulas and routines with clock cycles, and the observer, the awareness, as the programmer.
Different planes of nature
Physical or Atomic plane: The atom is a basic unit of matter consisting of a dense, central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons. Every physical atom is vibrating in the ionic plane of ether particles. Ether plane: When we break up the atoms we get a set of units which are all identical except that some are positives and some are negatives known as etheric units. Ether is a medium that was once supposed to fill all space and to support the propagation of electromagnetic waves. Astral plane: Subdivision of ether particles gives another finer and subtler unit of astral particles. Astral plane is the world of passions, emotions, and sensations. All feelings vibrate in this plane. Feelings have either higher or lower vibratory frequency. This plane changes continuously with the positive or negative emotions of the person. Mental plane: When astral particles are divided we find even more subtle and finer particles which are still material in nature hence have a characteristic set of vibrational energy, frequency and wavelength. Thought waves vibrate and travel in the mental plane. This plane changes with the thoughts. Buddhic plane: The thought particles are again sub-divided in Buddhic particles. At this plane Human psyche, will and intuitions vibrate at very high frequencies and energies. Nirvanic plane: When we sub-divide Buddhic particles we get series of even more subtle particle known as Nirvanic plane. The Nirvanic plane particles are ripples of spiritual waves having tremendous higher frequencies and extreme vibrational energies. We can perceive the existence of Nirvanic plane through mediation, devotion, knowledge or by using different transformation techniques. God particle or Brahmon plane: The sub-division of Nirvanic plane is the ultimate division which gives us the God plane or the plane consisting of Brahmon particles. Brahmon is the ultimate or last division of any matter, energy and consciousness. The Brahmon particles have infinite vibrational energies and frequencies. Brahmon particles are the ultimate building blocks of entire manifest and unmanifest universe. They are self-determined, integrated and free. They can thus produce out of them an infinite amount of consciousness, energy and matter. Any physical law, limitation and phenomena do not apply on Brahmon.
Wave nature of the thoughts
Thought is a vital dynamic power existing in the universe. Thought passes from one man to another. It influences people. A man of powerful thought can influence people of weak thought. Thought-vibrations, like vibrations of light or sound in the physical world, radiate out in all directions. They become less power full as they move further away from their source. This radiating vibration conveys the character of thoughts and easily adaptable. We can know about a physical body through the thoughts only. Speech and action follow the thoughts. Strong speech can change the thinking of a man. For example, the notorious dacoit Valmiki was changed to a noble and great poet through the strong speech given by the sage Narad. Thoughts obey the scientific laws. To understand it we need only to extend scientific laws to certain extent sticking to logical thinking.Now we can think of the invisible atoms and particles that are parts of our physical world. For the existence of such particles we have to rely upon the theories and apparatus used in the experiment. In fact we can only observe its effect on some photographic plates.