The previous post “The Role of Parent” is full of questions about parenting. Not because I wouldn’t have answers, because I do have them for myself, but because parenthood can be filled in completely only by the parents themselves. Everyone will have some opinion on how it is handled by you and that is actually not interesting at all.
My biggest concern to put it this way is just that no attention at all is paid to child rearing during the education we are all required to receive. So much is known about the results of different ways of parenting, so much is known about the positive and negative effects on children, that it would be logical to instill that in all children before they enter into parenthood. But no, the only way to get this information is to start reading and studying books almost alternatively and in addition specifically choose a different kind of education. The latter is then also made difficult because you then have to pay for it entirely yourself. The government that takes care of us clearly indicates what you should choose, it seems.
A side note regarding education; it has changed from right to education to compulsory education. Hmm, interesting. All children seem to need to be pushed, squeezed, molded and formed through the education system as much as possible. This is what our government seems to enforce. The cry of uniformity comes to mind. Is that what we as parents want for our children?
How do you choose to have children? Did you feel the unstoppable urge to have children, maybe you had a kind of knowing that children are the most important thing in your life? Did you feel like you didn’t know what to do with your life if you didn’t have children? The idea that children would make your life complete? Was that instilled by your parents or by fairy tales and other stories from your childhood or is it the media that spotlights this as a perfect life? Or is it just nature and can we think of it whatever we want, it is and remains no more and no less than nature?
If you ask me I am of the opinion that this is how it works in nature. The people who do choose it can think of all the reasons why it is a good choice and those who do not choose it do exactly the same, they can think of all the reasons why it is a good choice. The fact is that babies are born.
As a human being, as an avatar in virtual reality, you go through different phases. You are born as a baby and you continue to grow to toddler, child, adolescent (teenager), adult, senior, just to name a few phases. No matter how you look at it, you are going to go through this.
The previous post on free will “Probability and Free Will“, tries to explain that as human beings we cannot choose anything we want, but there is space of choice within which you can choose. That sounds tedious, but if you read that post back, you will understand what I mean.
In this post, I want to talk about the “adult” phase. Why? Because this is probably the phase of most of the readers of this post. So I hope it will appeal to you.
The new science, epi-genetics and energy psychology, are making it clear how we are formed as humans, how our beliefs are formed, what we think is normal, that this is all stored in our subconscious, and that more than 95% of the time we make our decisions, our choices, unconsciously. Or in other words, how consciously do we actually make our choices. Are we actually using our wide range of choices?
And if we are in a learning environment for consciousness, am I learning what I wanted to learn?
Last week, in the post “The human being, the avatar in virtual reality” I wrote about the avatar, cause-and-effect and probability. In this post, I’m going to talk about free will, choice and intention. Do we have free will now or not? Or is everything in the future already fixed? If the latter, then we don’t have free will or freedom of choice at all. If we do have free will and freedom of choice, then it follows that the future is not fixed.
In the post from a few weeks ago; “In another state of consciousness“, I proposed an experiment to see in advance what a choice might result in, with the highest probability. This is a very different way of making choices than just doing the much thinking we have been taught to do.
In last week’s post, I suggested an experiment of already working with intention, or perhaps more accurately, playing with it. That which you are then trying to accomplish is to adjust the probability of what will happen. Imagine that you have a chance to be able to change the future, even if it is minimal. And that, as “My Big TOE” points out, can only be done with intention. It is more likely to change the probability of something if the intention is also entropy lowering. That’s a mouthful!
Until now I have written about another way of looking at the world, namely that the earth is a virtual reality, a learning environment for individual consciousness units. More and more scientists are beginning to see that the consciousness field, the quantum field, the zero-point field or whatever it is called, is the basis of our reality. In Jip and Janneke language; The material world we think we know is not what it seems. The earth, the universe is a virtual reality game to develop our consciousness, say our soul. A very different way of looking at things than we were accidentally created in the great universe. We are here on earth to make better and better choices and we can learn from the consequences of our choices made. Making better choices for you and those around you logically leads to more compassion.
Last week (“In another state of consciousness“) I also suggested an experiment. The place you go is the field of consciousness. If you have done the experiment, I am extremely curious what the experience has been. I would love to hear about it. If you’d like, please leave a comment.
In this post, I’m going to talk about the avatar, about us actually, the human being. If you throw in the metaphor of a video game, a role-playing game (RPG), as a player of virtual reality (VR) you can create your own avatar. You can choose to be an elf, a wizard or even a dragon. If you have chosen the dragon, then you will see a dragon appear on your screen, and the other players of the game will only see the dragon, your avatar. The other players do not see you as a human. In life on earth, you as a human, the avatar in this reality, can be seen by all the other players. Your soul, higher self, your consciousness unit, or participant in reality earth, cannot be seen.
In the previous post (“Virtual reality Earth“) I have suggested an experiment, an experiment to verify for yourself whether the model of the theory-of-everything could be correct. I myself am very curious if anyone has done this experiment and what the experience has been. I would love to hear about it.
I myself have done this experiment (of course). The first time I really received an image, a movie, with what would have happened. Before I knew it, thoughts such as “I’m making this up” and “Yes, it’s logical that it could have happened like that” and many other such thoughts came to me. Or so I quickly decided then that I had not received any information but was making it up myself. Experiment failed. It is not for me to do this. And so on and so forth.
How to deal with this thinking, these thoughts? And why is it difficult to discern where this information is coming from, from yourself or yet from this data in the consciousness field. Furthermore, in this post the subjects of probability and freedom of choice are discussed.
Last week’s post (“Understanding Virtual Reality“) contains the statement; “The earth, the universe, is one such virtual reality simulation in the consciousness field.” I hope you are not just skeptical about this, but can be open-minded about it to want and be able to explore it. Again, I’m not asking you to believe it. I am suggesting, challenging you, to investigate it for yourself.
The theory-of-everything model called “My Big TOE” describes the components you all need to run a simulation. I will briefly describe these one by one. The computer, the data, the rules, the players and the information exchange.
After that I will also tell a bit more about what experiments are possible with this model so that you can test it for yourself and perhaps really change your world view. And, actually, I wish you that, that your view of the world, of what reality is, changes. Of course you still have to go to work, you still have your responsibilities, that will not change, but what is important, for example what the meaning of life is, it can all change.
As indicated in the previous post (“Evolving and virtual reality“), I will now talk about what a virtual reality actually is. What components does it consist of so that it can provide a consistent experience. The only reason the metaphor virtual reality can be talked about is because virtual gaming has become commonplace since the last few years. Before that, people did talk about, “the world is an illusion” and “matter doesn’t exist, it’s just energy with information”, but how could that be understood?
And of course, I’m going to indicate more how you could experiment with that! In this post, the “experiment” part describes what will be the starting point for the next experiments. Now it is really important to have had practice with meditation. In this first experiment, the goal is to achieve “point consciousness”. This is a very important step in my opinion, only in consciousness can you verify that the theory, the model, is correct.
And gosh! How much the world view will then be able to change.
The post “TOE, consciousness and evolution” outlines another theory-of-evolution. The foundation of that theory is consciousness. If you want to experience whether this model is correct, join in the experiment, it is important to have had some practice with meditation. The first part of the experiment; Meditate! In consciousness you can verify if the theory, the model, is right for you. Then it becomes your experience, your knowledge. That is only possible in a meditative state. And then it may just be that your worldview changes completely.
In this post I will say something about meditating, continue with the evolution of consciousness and end up with virtual reality.
These posts are, of course, also about the book IVDAVRA and this post includes an excerpt from the novel. IVDAVRA is based on the theory-of-everything described in Thomas Campbell’s trilogy “My Big TOE” and new science such as energy psychology as described by Bruce Lipton in “The Biology of Belief”..