Consciousness vibrates. Even when thought-free and still, the silence of consciousness is alive.
The inner vibrancy of awareness is life itself, pulsing in sutras of pure knowledge, which are the very laws of physics that create a material universe out of the void.
Sutra is the Sanskrit root of the English suture, a thread. These threads in the fabric of consciousness correspond to the strings of energy in the String Theory of contemporary physics: strings that intertwine multiple dimensions of space and time to form virtual particles in the vacuum of empty space. From this churning sea of silence, this subatomic symphony in the heart of emptiness, each particle of so-called matter arises to manifest our cosmos.
Space is awake with energy. An infinitesimal point in empty space is a portal to limitless light & immeasurable electricity. The void is vibrant with virtual particles, fluctuations of the vacuum. From here we will draw the energy of the future. This source is as much within as without, for the living vacuum is not only the womb of matter: it is pure awareness.
As you affirm this possibility, you help to actualize the new technology. Meditators who explore the science of consciousness, and physicists who explore the science of matter, will join hearts in visionary research to provide abundant, clean, absolutely free energy to the world.
Don't worry. The energy of tomorrow is within you. Use this crisis as a moment of awakening to reflect, recharge and re-create the earth.
"All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter." (Max Planck)
"The physical vacuum. carries within itself the possibilities of everything that can exist in the physical world. Once we attain true knowledge of the vacuum, we will have a comprehensive knowledge of everything, including the laws of nature. It is as in the thinking of the ancient philosophers. The knowledge of the void, the Nothing, is intimately connected with the knowledge of the Something. We take it as a matter of course that empty space is not really empty." (Henning Genz, professor of theoretical physics, University of Karlsruhe, Germany)
Further reading:* 'On the Nature of the Vacuum'
From Iona Miller's 'Virtual Physics' website
* Henning Genz: Nothingness: The Science of Empty Space
* Physics and Creation: Quotes from the Great Physicists