You Are a Hologram Becoming Visible to Your Self [ePub]

by Bruce Dickson

New language and images to locate, tune into and perceive the other two-thirds of your own psyche ouside of the limited "Island Man" we spend most of our time in as the waking-conscious self.

The "bigger you" can be conceived of as a hologram. Island Man is only aware of a small part of his/her entire hologram.

A hologram metaphor support Island Man to connect with, communicate with and ask questions of the other two-thirds of the "bigger you."

Nearly everyone is familiar with holograms—three-dimensional images projected into space. Modern people understand a hologram has three dimensions, is primarily non-physical; and yet, has internal structure and cohesiveness, made possible by laser tech.

A hologram is the most similar invention to how our own psyche is naturally structured. Our psyche is well-described as a hologram of physical, imaginal, emotional, mental, mythological and immortal-eternal potentials. Think inter-penetrating hologram fields. Some fields are more activated than others. Each person's hologram is somewhat unique. Some fields are stuck, no longer evolving and require attention.

The reality and science of holograms are shown to be technological reflections of the etheric body. While our etheric body is visible only to a few gifted clairvoyants, a hologram metaphor is widely understood.

Once the etheric body-hologram connection is made, many phenomena open to view. For example, how the inner child and immune system and habit body are all functionally equal, each an overlapping function in our etheric body.

A hologram is shown to be be the most useful metaphor to grasp the reality and mechanisms of the etheric body.

Michael Talbot's Holographic Universe: The Revolutionary Theory of Reality (1984), raised the question, 'How do we apply the metaphor of a hologram to human psychology and self-healing?'

This answer was already alive among practitioners of Applied Kinesiology and Touch for Health. Since the middle 1960s both were using muscle testing to explore, measure and assess aspects of our unconscious hologram-like fields.

When NLP overlapped with Touch for Health around 1990, we gained even greater insight into how our hologram fields were organized. They began to look more and more like living holograms.

Talbot's exploration ran into more difficult rhetorical terrain when he found "...evidence to suggest that our world and everything in it...are also only ghostly images, projections from a level of reality beyond our own...”

Enter another reporter, Lynne McTaggart. In The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe, she articulates a New Science paradigm, how the human mind and body are not as separate from each other and the environment as Old Science imagined; but rather, all are part of a "vast energy sea, and that consciousness may be central in shaping our world." McTaggart asserted a "cobweb of energy exchange" links everything in physical Creation.

These two efforts can serve as introductions to the deeper insights gained by Rudolf Steiner and his students in the period 1920-1960, the topic of "etheric formative forces." Sequenced this way, the three resources make a solid 'ramp of understanding' to grasp the nature of our etheric body, the "web that has no weaver."

This web, this hologram, is the only thing enabling the diverse energies contained in a single human psyche to come to a point and say, "I am." Metaphysics tells us the etheric is the organizing principle begetting one planet, one solar system, one galaxy, one universe.



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