What is Quantum Consciousness?

We are living in the blooming of a new view of reality. The discoveries of quantum physics are rapidly converging with the ancient wisdom traditions, in an evolutionary development that could be called Quantum Consciousness. This new cosmology sees the universe as a "Unified Field" or inter-related web without separate parts, alive, conscious and meaningful. The primary reality is consciousness. The material realm is secondary. Meaning is fundamental. We are evolving at a fierce rate toward these new understandings, and toward a new conception of our own nature. We are all the Cosmos becoming conscious of Itself and turning back to look at Its handiwork.

The Point and Orientation

The Point is the North Star of our life. In order to function as a human being, we must be oriented. It is necessary to know where we are, who we are and what surrounds us. Orientation is so fundamental to functionality that it is almost invisible. Autism results when children cannot properly orient themselves in . . . → Read More: The Point and Orientation

The Point and Mirroring

Emptiness is the result of projecting the Point. The emptiness may take the form of being unsure about identity. If the Point is the True Self and it is not available, how could the true identity be known? A crucial piece of ourselves is lost when we project the Point. At the extreme, this loss can . . . → Read More: The Point and Mirroring

The Field of the Heart

The heart is an organ of consciousness. It is an alive, sensing center of awareness. Contrary to the cultural assumption that consciousness is located exclusively in the head, the heart is an important and crucial locus of awareness. Many older cultures through time have made this important discovery.

The consciousness in the heart has a very different . . . → Read More: The Field of the Heart

The Point and Idealization

Idealization of others is one way to project the Point. This is familiar territory. We all know this experience. It’s a significant component of falling in love. It also occurs with others–parents, children, bosses, friends, public figures. The process of idealization is ceaseless. It seems to be an integral part of the human experience. It is, . . . → Read More: The Point and Idealization