What is the reality basis of esotericism and magic | explanation

Science has reached the point where the claim that the world around us is nothing but a hologram can be taken seriously. Some religions and philosophies of cosmology report similar claims, but only now can we say for sure what they are talking about. It is time, therefore, to explore the subject further by considering the holographic worldview.

If you look at a holographic image, cut a small piece of it with scissors and shine a laser light on it, you will not see the small piece, but the whole image in miniature. If you look at a tiny slice of yourself inside yourself and illuminate it with enlightened light, you will find the whole world inside yourself. The purpose of esotericism is to find that way. So when one begins to meditate, one now has the explanation that one’s environment understands. If in this meditation it is possible to change the things that the level of consciousness allows, the phrase that if you put yourself right, you can put the world right, becomes clear.

People tend to confuse and conflate the concepts of esotericism and magic. Esotericism is when you examine yourself within yourself, and magic is when the object of that examination is the outside world. In other words, the application of your intentions to others. Because they are invisible and unprovable, their existence is not recognised by either evidence-based science or conventional reality. Yet all that happens is that someone discovers how their mind can move to the ‘admin level’ of the hologram. However, this hologram has a property in the relation of each person, because everyone is in constant conscious relation to it. What you know and believe about the world. These two things determine your place in the world. If you do not believe that magic exists, then it does not exist for you and, even if it does exist, it cannot affect you. Of course, this is a gross oversimplification of the point, because we live in hierarchies and if a person you look up to believes in magic, then magic can work on you.

So the mechanism of action of magic is based on your intentions interacting with the hologram, mixing with the intentions of the object of your intentions and this will have some result, which may or may not have any result. Since everyone dreams, it can be said that everyone does magic, but it is not so easy to bring these dreams into the frequencies of reality. That is, to make your dreams come true. However, intentions can be placed not only on people but also on objects. Common sense, however, does not take this statement seriously, but if this common sense makes you think about the following, it may lead you to reconsider your previous position. Nowadays, everyone listens to music in mp3 format, which is just as full of emotion as before. But mp3 is nothing but 1s and 0s. If we reject the idea that emotions can be mapped into 1s and 0s, there is only one logical explanation. There must be an invisible range where physical objects are connected to a storage where this information is stored. If it is a holographic repository, we immediately have an explanation of how susceptible people can tell information about objects and people.

Over the millennia, centuries, similar discoveries must have been made by people who (in the absence of TV) had the time and (in the absence of science) the faith to develop complex systems of magic, perhaps comparable to the schools of kung fu. If you don’t have a lot of distractions that our accelerated world today takes you away from, you have more time and opportunity to explore these in your inner world. Once again, it all depends on what you know and believe about the world, because your brain determines your position in the hologram based on these things. Belief is an interesting thing, because if you don’t believe something, it is also a belief. In the end, it’s about having two hemispheres of the brain that should be equal. But it’s such a thin line that it’s easy to tip to one side or the other.

“What is faith?”
“Approached from the point of view of knowledge, faith is an assumption arising from ignorance.”
“Approached from the point of view of intuition, then what?”
“Approached from the point of view of intuition, faith is an attempt to influence the world, which gives a charge to the intention, but we can also call it a dream.”
“What is knowledge?”
“Knowledge from the ration’s point of view is the present ability to access opportunities.”
“And approached by intuition?”
“Knowledge approached from the point of view of intuition is limiting the dream to evidence.”

In a world of evidence, I wondered why people don’t believe in the existence of a third eye. Yet when you sleep and dream, your eyes are not open, yet you see images.

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