Reality Creation Is The New Yoga

How Businesses Can Advance Through Creating Reality

The new Yoga

What is Reality?

What Is Real?

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© Anil Seth / Andy Clarke
© Anil Seth / Andy Clarke
© Anil Seth / Andy Clarke

“Perception — figuring out what’s out there — is a process of informed guesswork in which the brain combines sensory signals from the environment with its prior expectations or beliefs about the way the world is, to form its best guess about what caused those signals.”

“The brain doesn’t hear sound or see light. What we perceive is its best guess of what’s out there in the world.”

Anil Seth, University of Sussex

From the outside-in? Or from the inside-out?

Image Credit: Becris / the Noun Project

“We don’t just passively perceive the world, we actively generate it. The world as we experience it, comes as much, if not more, from the inside-out, as from the outside-in.” Anil Seth

“The stream of knowledge is heading towards a non-mechanical reality; the Universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter; we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter.”

Sir James Jeans, pioneering physicist 1877–1946

The Philosophy of True Reality

Particles would be expected to leave a pattern like (B) when going through the slits. Strangely, however, results show a wave-like pattern (A). Unless the experiment is observed, in which case individual particles show up in space and leave a pattern like (B) — (image source: WikiCommons, NekoJaNekoJa/Kalliauer and inductiveload A and B)

Superposition Everything

Reality Creation Is Not Science Fiction. It’s Just Science.

Conclusive Evidence

Charged With Intention

Stem length results from the thale cress study; pic from the book “Real Magic” by Dean Radin

Admission To The Kingdom Of Serious

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