Background of Biocentrism
Nothing in modern physics explains how a group of molecules in your brain create consciousness. Our current model simply does not allow for consciousness, and understanding of this most basic phenomenon of our existence is virtually nil. Interestingly, our present model of physics does not even recognize this as a problem.
A new perspective, called Biocentrism, which accounts for life and consciousness has been put forward. In this view, life is not an accidental by-product of the laws of physics. The conclusions of biocentrism are based on mainstream science. Biocentrism cements the groundwork for new lines of investigation in physics and cosmology.
There are 7 Principles of Biocentrism, all of which are built on established science, and all of which demand a rethinking of the physical universe.
First Principle of Biocentrism: What we perceive as reality is a process that involves our consciousness.
An “external” reality, if it existed, would — by definition — have to exist in space. But this is meaningless, because space and time are not absolute realities but rather tools of the human and animal mind.