found: where science and buddhism meet by Gerald Penilla

Just found this great, simple, to the point summary of the connection between Quantum Science and the basic ideas of classic Asian philosophy and religion like Buddhism, Taoism and Hinduism, made by Gerald Penilla

One can of course make many arguments against drawing the sort of conclusions which Gerald present in this film. The most common one argument that I have heard is that mathematics are only abstractions and that they just cannot say anything about reality as it really is. Which brings at least my mind to the question if one can say anything about reality as it is…

No matter what point of view you have, I think that you will find the connections which Gerald presents here at least interesting.

Where Science and Buddhism meet part 1 and 2

I think that the most striking about the conclusions presented above is that we are very likely co- creating not only ourselves, but also each other and our reality with our thoughts and attitudes, in a not only spiritual but also physical sense.

A very good reason to love ourselves, one another and our surroundings:  to love all of existence.

And with loving I do not mean some illusion-based infatuation which is denying the difficult, challenging or “bad” sides of reality, each other, existence;

no, I mean a deep, true feeling of compassion, which results in compassion, and love, streaming out of the body, mind and soul, influencing oneself and the surroundings to do good and feel well. And love.

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