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Our ideas of magic and god are all mixed up. That is understandable, as the definitions are almost identical. Both involved words like ‘supernatural’ and the ability to manipulate the universe.

But what is “supernatural”? Wouldn’t a cell phone be considered supernatural to a stone age man? One could argue that our instantly connected, global society has taken on god-like properties if one were to use the measuring sticks of the turn of the century industrial societies. Isn’t supernatural merely the catchall word that actually means “shit I don’t understand  and probably never will until we invent the technology to see it, the math to define it, and the language that describes it”? Whether in virtual reality or reality itself, we are busy remaking ourselves and our planet. We have not quite graduated to making stars or purposefully exploiting the universe on the quantum level, but surely that cannot be far off.

By this definition, plants are supernatural. Photosynthesis makes them either god like magicians or magicians with godlike abilities.  As we delved deeper into the magic act of turning the energy of the photon into chemical energy, we have discovered that plants have not only learned to exploit the existence of photons but have taken it to the edge of supernatural by exploiting all the possible states of a photon in space/time.  Link In other words, plants convert 95% of the energy they receive because they have constructed nets that can contain time traveling quantum particles.

Then there is our sense of smell. Like photosynthesis, we have explored deeper and deeper, seeking an explanation, discovering that our own body has receptors that exploit the existence of quantum particles to do their job. Could one then claim that a beagle has more god-like abilities than its owner?  Link

Curses. Our own bodies can do, unconsciously, what we would give our right arm to do: Manipulate the Universe.

Oh, come on. Admit it. You would love to be able to fly. Or time travel. Or jump instantaneously from here to Paris without the inconvenience of those rattling death traps called airplanes.

Perhaps we have that ability but we have just forgotten how. The last five thousand years of human history has documented the systematic hunting down and destruction of everything associated with the quantum skills inherent in the right brain. Being perceived as supernatural has always been a crime punishable by death. Even science, which should be fair and balanced, has not been. Thoughts and ideas that venture to give an alternate explanation of reality (differing from the rigid goose stepping left brain proponents) were only whispered behind closed doors. It has only been in the last few years that we have brought the dialogue into the open.

All because of quantum particles. Even Einstein hated them. They offended his linear, logical, left brain sensibilities. They just made everything so…. messy. But quantum physics is the closest any of us will get to understanding the true definition of supernatural.

This will be the next frontier in science and technology. The frontier of the magician. The forerunners will be those who have not denied their basic nature and have gone exploring, using the infinite perceptions and abilities of a right brain open to all the possibilities of space/time.

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There is a vacuum in modern education. If we have made the left brain into the sole focus of our educational process, then the left frontal cortex is the rock star. Conversely, the right brain has become the retarded second cousin we keep locked up in the attic: throw it a bone once in a while to keep it alive, try to ignore the weird howling noises in the middle of the night, and  pretend with all your might that it does not exist when the neighbors come to visit.

When we do talk about the process of the right brain, it is hard not to fall into the language of the occult and the arcane, for the simple reason that we have ignored our retarded little second cousin for so long, the only language, the only words that exist that can even approximately describe its processes rise from our more primitive and superstitious past.

It is only now, as we begin to understand the mathematics of quantum space and time, that we begin to realize that the seemingly disjointed and ofttimes insane babble coming from the attic was in fact the learned instruction of our Uber Einstein brain, a brain that exists not only in the attic but beyond any physical wall, touching all of space/time. With it, we can turn corners into other dimensions. We can communally share information with all other lifeforms. With just a thought, we can remember all the knowledge that has ever existed and that will ever exist, being limited only by the sophistication of our ever evolving consciousness.

Call this vast extension of the right brain the Uber Library. The first trick to accessing information in this library is not to get overwhelmed by the amount of information that exists there. Do not be fooled by the apparent chaos. All things, even this, have a pattern and a direction, a point and a purpose. The second step is to understand that you already have the tools to navigate here. You just have forgotten how to use them. You were born fully connected to the Uber Library, after all.

Consider how we problem solve with the left brain. Here we find the seat of our perception of Time. A leads to B leads to C, D, E, F, G on down the line until we reach Z. If we were to solve a problem, exclusively using our left brain, we would start at A, form a hypothesis and then investigate that hypothesis, step by step until those steps led us to a conclusion. If we are lucky, that conclusion solves the original problem. Unfortunately, odds are good that the conclusion will have only told you that your original hypothesis is wrong and that you failed to ask the right question at the very beginning of your long and tedious study.

Now, let’s problem solve using our right brain. Here is the seat of our perception of infinite space. Imagine deep space. No atmosphere or gravity wells to hinder motion. Imagine that you stand at point A. All around you, in no particular order, lies a cloud of infinite possibilities, call them B through Z. A is not a problem to be solved. A is the point of existence. A just “is”. To get to point Z, one then merely lets go of all preconceived notions, imagines the existence of Z, thus establishing a link between point A and point Z and simply goes there. Free of constraints, the space between point A and point Z folds to accommodate that wish. Ta da! Problem solved.

The hardest part about the right brain problem solving process is convincing your left brain that the answer is correct. The left brain will still want to investigate all the possibilities of B through Y but the most difficult part of the process has already been done: Knowing the correct answer, one merely reverse engineers the issue to arrive at the right question.

A whole mind, a holistic mind is the perfect balance of left brain and right brain thinking.

Having a holistic mind is part of our acquired skills in the evolutionary arms race of survival. Think of it this way. Our left brain, diamond faceted, linearly logical, and clear sighted,  gives us the ability to perceive change as action or motion along a vector. Unfortunately, there are an infinite number of vectors to choose from. That is where our right brain steps in. It acts as our internal compass by pointing us in the right direction, thereby assuring that all decisions are the correct decisions, and no motion is wasted. As an added bonus it also assures us that every action is in harmony with the OnePattern since it is the OnePattern that allows us to perceive order in chaos.

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