Space is a Projection from Within Our Minds
Biocentrism shows that space is a projection from inside our minds, where experience begins. Space is not a physical phenomenon per se — and should not be studied in the same way as chemicals and moving particles. Our modern finding is that seeming emptiness seethes with an almost unimaginable energy, which manifests as virtual particles of physical matter, jumping in and out of reality like trained fleas. The seemingly empty matrix upon which the storybook of reality is set is actually a living, animated “field,” a powerful entity that is anything but empty.
We have multiple illusions and processes that routinely impart a false view of space. Shall we count the ways?
- Empty space is not empty.
- Distances between objects can and do mutate depending on a multitude of conditions, so that no bedrock distance exists anywhere, between anything and anything else.
- Quantum theory casts serious doubt about whether even distant individual items are truly separated at all.
- We “see” separations between objects only because we have been conditioned and trained, through language and convention, to draw boundaries.
By treating space as something physical, existing in itself, science imparts a completely wrong starting point for investigations into the nature of reality, or in the current obsession with trying to create a Grand Unified Theory that truly explains the cosmos.
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.
Seventh Principle of Biocentrism: Space, like time, is not an object or a thing. Space is another form of our animal understanding and does not have an independent reality. We carry space and time around with us like turtles with shells. Thus, there is no absolute self-existing matrix in which events occur independent of life.