here is an excerpt from an interesting article on "the field"...
and here is the link to the article...
http://www.campaignfortruth.com/Eclub/0 … Energy.htm
Backster found that the field responded to love, which meant that the field was discerning and therefore had intelligence. Marcel Vogel also found this at the IBM Laboratories at Los Gatos, California. He would place three leaves by his bed and upon waking, direct feelings of affection towards the outer leaves while ignoring the middle one. In a few days, the centre leaf had withered while the outer two remained green and pliant.
This is reminiscent of the story of Jesus and his disciples on their way to the temple in Jerusalem. Jesus sees a fig tree nearby has no fruit upon its branches and he curses the tree: “Let no-one eat fruit from you ever again!” The following day, when they pass by the same spot, the tree has withered up from the roots. Peter cries, “Master, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away.”
Jesus replies: “Have faith in God [the field?]. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.” (Mark 11:20-24)
Conclusion (of the article)
Quantum physics declares that the fundamental particles of matter are not matter. That sub-atomic particles can be everywhere and nowhere at the same time. Einstein believed that the speed of light set limits on how fast a material entity could travel. Now we learn that space-time is an illusion. Is everything the Field and a projection of the Field? Are we as much a part of the Field in death as in life? Yes, say some scientists. When you die, nothing of your spirit/energy in the Field dies. As the Alanis Morrisette song goes: “How about not equating death with stopping?”
My opinion is that it is important to discern between a Divine Spiritual God Energy and the non-Divine spiritual god energy.
Even though the article talks about The Field as unseen yet interpenetrating the mater of the atom, it does still not differentiate between the levels of the unseen...to use loose terms, heaven and hell.
According to ancient mystical and esoteric texts there are many levels between the ultimate heaven and the ultimate hell. they really need to not talk about it all being the same...there are unseen levels of hell and there are unseen levels of heaven that are not the pure heaven or the worst hell, so one cannot correlate for instance drug induced altered states with religious mystical altered states...there is a difference and how we are affected by such spiritually and aurically
I know the fundamental atheists will surely come in and give you so hard time for this, but it was an intetesting read. I like the idea of it.
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