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Connecting the dots

    Intuitively we feel there is something beyond the observable material world.

When we are still open to believing that Santa Claus lives at the North Pole, we are taught at school that the world we reside in is material and governed by Newton's laws. And we keep believing this until we somehow end up awakening our spirituality.

By learning to trust our intuition, or by studying quantum physics, we discover that the most advanced scientific understanding of our world is that the universe is nothing but pure energy we perceive as a material world. Although we undoubtedly perceive this dematerialized spiritual world and are so keen to explore it, unfortunately, most of us will fail. We fail mostly because we mistakenly assume that we must give up on the material reality to access the spiritual one.

Actually, we don’t have to make any exclusive choice. The spiritual and material worlds are parallel rather than alternative - as falsely believed. We don’t have to hide our PhDs while joining a spiritual or religious practice. Contrary to popular misconception, spirituality or religion will not prevent one from achieving academic or professional excellence. Albert Einstein, one of the most recognized and well-known scientists, was a profoundly spiritual man. So were Max Planck, Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton, and many other well-known scientists, political leaders, philosophers, and artists.

The concept of the materialistic world is nothing but a mechanistic model governed by Newton's laws. Newton's laws explain how things work only when things are average-sized and move at average speeds. So far, materialistic models haven’t offered a reasonable explanation of what happens when things are way too big, way too small, or move too fast. Moreover, materialistic models don't offer any explanation of why things exist, or why the world exists. Therefore, the Euclidean materialistic world is not only sad and spiritless, but it is essentially an aimless world!

However, intelligence, instruction, hard work, wealth, as well as most of the tools we need to succeed with our academic teaching and careers and to be perceived as successful individuals, all belong to the Newtonian material world. And you'll most likely follow this pattern unless your dream is to pursue a career that requires a high level of creativity or other roles that necessitate inspiration, such as becoming a priest, an artist, a top scientist, or a philosopher. If so, you'd better look toward spiritual growth since inspiration and creation are spiritual concepts.

The quantum, or so-called spiritual world, gives us a higher perspective of the limitless universe. The spiritual world opens our perspective by giving our existence a purpose as spirits with human life and enabling our limitless potential to actively create the world we inhabit. Wisdom, gratitude, humbleness, inspiration, creativity, compassion, charity, forgiveness, kindness, and many other virtues that make us feel human and give us a sense and a purpose to our life, are all spiritual, philosophical, and religious concepts. The practice of the healing arts is a spiritual concept as well.

Taking full advantage of both the materialistic and spiritual world is a personal decision and has nothing to do with scientific proof. It depends only on whether or not you want the best of both these so different worlds. All you have to do is enable your innate multitasking capabilities and extend your universe by adding the intuitively perceived spiritual world to the materialistic one that we all observe.

Whether you feel that you are a human being with a spiritual experience or a spirit with human life experiences, let this life be a journey into these parallel worlds’ universe and help you live your life to its fullest.

“The gift of mental power comes from God, Divine Being, and if we concentrate our minds on that truth, we become in tune with this great power. My Mother had taught me to seek all truth in the Bible.” - Nicola Tesla

“Both religion and science need for their activities the belief in God, and moreover God stands for the former in the beginning, and for the latter at the end of the whole thinking. For the former, God represents the basis, for the latter – the crown of any reasoning concerning the world-view.” - Max Planck

“He who thinks half-heartedly will not believe in God; but he who really thinks has to believe in God.” - Sir Isaac Newton.

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious; It is the source of all true art and science.True religion is real living; living with all one’s soul, with all one’s goodness and righteousness."- Albert Einstein

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