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Time: A Dimension of Consciousness or of Actual Reality? (by Kurt Dressler): Abstract: Many experiences suggest that it might be best to think of time not as of an objectively existing dimension of reality but as of the limited way in which our normal waking state of consciousness can perceive the overwhelming whole of true reality in its timeless 'all presence'. (1) Direct experiences of unification with all encompassing presence (in altered states), (2) time reversals (effect preceding cause) observed in parapsychology, (3) time transcending features of quantum effects (time-reversed waves, temporal holism): these and other experiences suggest that a holistic, non-local timeless 'background' may lie hidden behind outer reality.

Finding God in the Universe (by Robert H. Kettell): Abstract: Maybe the solution lies with our consciousness. It seemed that while consciousness must be based on the brain’s functions, it might hold the possibility of communicating beyond our brain and body. If this is the case our consciousness may be the link to God I was seeking.

How to Prove that There Is a God, God Is Real & the Universe Needs a God (by Himangsu S. Pal): Abstract: Previously, I have not examined as to whether there can be any alternative explanation for the properties of light other than God. In this essay, I will do that by showing that the only explanation that can be there for the properties of light is that there is a God. I will also show that God is real, the Universe needs a God and why the Total Energy of the Universe Is Zero.

Reality Out of Total Simultaneity (by Wilhelmus de Wilde): Abstract: In this essay, I put forward the hypothesis of Total Simultaneity (“TS”), a “fifth” dimension behind the Wall of Planck reality at which we pass the limits of causality at the quantum scale and “Now” as we perceive no longer exists. TS can be reached by every point of our 4 dimensional universe and singularities only exist in our consciousness. The other limit of causality is the local speed of light c at which time stands still so there is no more before and after. All information of all parallel universes and multiversity constitution in TS is simultaneously present and available, our consciousness is able to align points out of the TS and so create the observable analogue universe that we are aware of. The totality of information from other universes (also partly observable by other consciousness) is influencing our linear causal deterministic universe, the origin of gravity, dark matter, and the dark energy may emerge from here. The Big Bang is an imaginary non-existing point in the TS area. Inflation is avoided by projecting inflation time into the area after the Wall of Planck, uniformity in the structure of space-time is also guaranteed. Our mind with its 100 billion neurons is able to cope with infinities because it has parallels with the qualities of TS.

Mindnature: Origin of Physicality & Mathematics (by Graham P. Smetham): Abstract: The existence of the irrational numbers indicates that reality is not a structure of inherent existence; it is a structure within emptiness. In other words it is because of the background fluid and indeterminate nature of emptiness that any reality can function at all, a remarkable insight on the part of Buddhist philosophy dramatically verified by quantum physics. And this ultimately ‘empty’ nature is revealed by the very fact that such fluidly precise and yet in a sense ungraspable conceptual procedures have to be employed within mathematical analysis. If both the realm of mentality and physicality emerge from a deeper level of universal Mindnature then it is surely not such a great mystery that mathematics, itself a product of mind, produces the conceptual patterns generated and followed by the ‘physical’ functioning of reality.

The Experience of Unity at the Origin of Religion, Philosophy, and Psychology, and at the Ultimate Horizon of Physics, Cosmology, and Consciousness (by Kurt Dressler): Abstract: The experience of unity lies at the origin of consciousness research, of religion, of philosophy, of psychology: Today we note with puzzlement that the horizon of physics and cosmology, too, wants to converge onto unity. Do these parallel developments point to deeper, hidden, meaningful interconnections? Does all this touch on the problem of unification between the realms of the rational and conscious with the realms of the spiritual and hidden? In my own personal experience the unity of physical reality and consciousness reveals itself not in equations nor in a theory but in a way of thinking and living. There is no need to unify mind and matter because they are a unity already. The sooner I realize this, and the sooner I adjust my way of thinking and living to this insight, where-ever I believe I have encountered a conflict, the sooner I experience the healing power of this way of thinking. I used to believe that I am responsible for my way of living, for what I do, for my actions, but not for what I think. But the truth is that we are responsible for our thoughts, because our actions flow out of what we think.

Science & Faith: Preconditions for a Unifying View (by Kurt Dressler): Abstract: A fruitful dialogue between science and religion presupposes a frame of thought which is free from ideological prejudice and rigid beliefs. This implies an understanding of science and a religiosity which is developed and deepened to the level at which there is no longer a sharp boundary between scientific knowledge and religious truth. Religious faith can become as consistent with our experience as our scientific knowledge. The foundation of faith then is the very Truth which lies at the basis of our existence and of the whole of everything. The scientific and religious worldviews no longer are two separate views but a unified one. The whole of the universe - space, time, matter, energy, spirit, individual consciousness and the whole of consciousness - in truth is one undivided whole. To our mind it consists of individual objects. But any 'complete physical theory (of objective nature) would be a temporary product of philosophically completely self-satisfied physicists'. Within the undivided whole, Truth keeps re-emerging as original, dynamic and authentic experience. And Truth is personal: By identifying themselves with the deeper Truth that lies at the foundation of this wonderful universe, scientists would regain their dignity as human beings and as responsible participants in the ongoing process of creation. Preconditions for such a unified view are discussed here.