This is being forwarded around the meditating community in Fairfield, Iowa 
recently. In its way it is about this FFL thread of a grounded ‘experience’ 
within the human system of the imminence of creation..  
 http://www.davidspero.org/videos/flowerheart 
http://www.davidspero.org/videos/flowerheart
 

 RE:
 These scientists need a basic course in metaphysics 101.  The Greek 
philosophers, like Aristotle, and the Vedic teachings from MMY's parampara 
consider the necessity of recognizing the concept of Being to understand the 
origins of life and the universe.  The experience and understanding of Being is 
necessary know that Bliss can be experienced in this universe here and now.  In 
fact one can say that everything in the universe is made of bliss.   In 
essence, this point is being taught by Christianity today--that God's spirit 
entered the world and made it whole.

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <jr_...@yahoo.com> wrote :

 Emily,
  
 The point I was making is that, from a materialistic or scientific point of 
view, it would appear as Stephen Hawking states, that God may not appear in the 
universe for humans to see the beginning of the universe.  He believes that God 
is not needed in the creation, and that the universe is somewhat automatic.  
But IMO this thinking is somewhat erroneous.  These scientists need a basic 
course in metaphysics 101.  The Greek philosophers, like Aristotle, and the 
Vedic teachings from MMY's parampara consider the necessity of recognizing the 
concept of Being to understand the origins of life and the universe.  The 
experience and understanding of Being is necessary know that Bliss can be 
experienced in this universe here and now.  In fact one can say that everything 
in the universe is made of bliss.   In essence, this point is being taught by 
Christianity today--that God's spirit entered the world and made it whole.
 

 This concept may be the answer to understanding the existence of the higher 
dimensions or hyperspace in the current super string theories by scientists 
like Micheo Kaku.  The members can discuss these points if there is interest in 
them.

 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <emily.mae50@...> wrote :

 Can you elaborate on your question?
 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <jr_esq@...> wrote :

 
 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <jr_esq@...> wrote :

 This is what Roger Penrose is theorizing now too.  In effect, the universe may 
be eternal.  Can we ask, when will God or heaven enter  in creation?
 

 
https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/5d4ade9d-b0e7-34c6-a507-068c0bb98585/ss_the-big-bang-may-have-been.html
 
https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/5d4ade9d-b0e7-34c6-a507-068c0bb98585/ss_the-big-bang-may-have-been.html
 









  

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