The Three Concepts

The map is not the territory. It is a map…..a perspective. There are many maps. There is one ‘Territory.’ The purpose of checking out a map is to acquaint, familiarize oneself, orient……..

The Buddha identified three levels of wisdom…..1. Awareness, 2. Intellectual inquiry. 3. Direct Personal Individual Experience with the information. Look at how the Buddha’s 3 piece map of wisdom compares to the three stages of Kripalu Yoga.

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I would like to give credit to my teacher Rav Berg who writes about “the three concepts” in his book, “Nano, Technology of Mind over Matter.”

Three key concepts can be extrapolated from this “map” that have the power to unleash a transformation in physics and biology beyond all current imagining.

There is nothing that arises in our ‘world’ that does not first begin in the realm of consciousness. Consciousness always precedes physical expression without fail. All physical manifestations first begin as an idea. An idea or thought is considered part of the realm of consciousness. The same principle holds true for atoms, electrons and protons. They are all manifestations of consciousness. Consciousness is the thread that weaves through all of Creation. This is the first concept.

The other two concepts for understanding the natural world relate directly to the nature of consciousness. Specifically, there is one law that governs the realm of consciousness and there is one force that influences consciousness. The moment one truly understands the one law and the one force, all paradoxes in physics are reconciled, all conflicts vanish.

The one law states that in the realm of consciousness like attracts like and opposites repel. Everything that occurs (arises and passes away) in our reality flows from this one law.

The one force that influences consciousness is an opposing power, a countervailing force that uses the one law to conceal itself, and thus propels the world toward increasing chaos (2nd law of thermodynamics and Chaos Theory).

Now this is where it gets a little funky. Remember, it is but a map.

The one force is called Sa-Tan. The word Sa-Tan is the most corrupted and misunderstood word in the human language. Translated properly it means Adversary. Adversary refers to a force that relentlessly propels this world- and our individual selves – away from the Source of true reality. Since true reality is perfect order, the further we move away from it, and the greater the distance and space, the greater the increase in disorder.

Therefore, the Adversary is the Cause of the increasing disorder that occurs in the physical domain. On the individual level, the Adversary impels us to receive instead of share, and it is this act of receiving that distances us from the Source of perfect order and happiness.

Now, to explore just a bit deeper into the spiritual aspect of the three concepts read the blog post entitled “The Treasure.”

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