Some astrophycisists are beginning to debate whether the sun is conscious or not.
They’re also honing in on the idea that all star systems are the neuronal equivalents of a universal brain - connected by plasma.
That the universe is one giant quantum coherent orchestra where atomic structures represent the rare exception of matter (less than 1%), where every tune is recorded and stored, including every thought, intention, emotion, action, and outcome of every living creature that ever existed.
No that’s not coming from Baabaa the Yogi, but plasma science.
Breathe for 3 minutes. Don’t think. Observe the fractal mountain scapes intermingling with clouds, every cubic centimetre teeming with life, sensing the moment, being part of something inexplicably grand and grasping it at the same time. That’s the science of how to let go of the bullshit in a peanut shell....
If I only had two words to tell my son before I croaked, it would be, "study gnats."
If I had three words, I would say, "stare at gnats," to ensure he wouldn't waste his time on some research paper about gnat proliferation.
Caveat. You have to stare at gnats for a long time before it starts to click.
Staring gnats has taught me more than anyone or anything cumulatively and collectively put together. Decades of schools and universities. Parents, teachers, friends, colleagues, lovers, professors, holy men, assholes, scientists, shamans, and algorithms. Travel, books, films, documentaries, accidents, drama, disasters, and epiphanies. Psychedelics, shrooms, cacti, Amazonian plants, or fight-or-flight hormones.
Gnats beat them all.
What is it about gnats?
That's what I can't tell you because the forebrain does not process the information you're liable to receive from gnats.
Gnat insights are not logical; they're highly intuitive and fundamental.
All I can say is that gnats have the power to change the way you perceive yourself, others, and the world. Gnats will teach you about causality. How things tick and sync, why and how random events are connected. They will even teach you why nineteen out of twenty people don't listen to any kind of sense.
Understanding gnats will transform the universe into a fully coherent enterprise and explain your part in the grand puzzle.
Stare at gnats, not just analyzing them but seeing and feeling, empathizing. Your worries will dissipate, and your opportunities will blossom. Finally, a vector will open with your name on it, for you to boldly follow.
Over the last half a decade, I've collected hundreds of hours of footage of gnats in different parts of the world. I'm dropping 85 seconds here so that you can get started.
I bounced into permaculture chef @javy_larroquet in the Brazilian jungle, curious about why he was digging a hole in the ground. Javy spent half a day picking ingredients from the jungle, preparing a feast for a group of hungry souls, who proceeded to accrue significant life force units from Javy's offering.
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When we observe a rock, it comes across as solid. We can bang our heads against it if we like. But the scientific reality is that it's 0.000000001% matter. The rest is energy, like every other atomic construct, including us.
The thing about energy is that it can take on new forms when inspired.
It should come as no surprise then that on 27 July, 1642AD, minutes after the bell tower of the parish church of S. Lorenzo struck 9 am, the 2.5km tall mountain of Monte Pozzuoli in North-West Italy (only a 30min hike from the Swiss border) took on a new form - and collapsed.
A lightning-fast landslide of enormous rocks buried pastures, farmhouses, and the church itself - spreading 20 million cubic meters of slabs of gneiss onto an area of approximately 375,000 square meters.
It is said that the collapse was due to atmospheric disintegration, the result of a millennial burden of thawing and freezing, leading to catastrophic instability. Still, looking at mountains, spending a lot of time in the mountains, feeling the mountains, hiking the mountains, I think it's the mountain that decided to cave in on itself.
Not suicidally, but with the idea of spreading itself out wider, to cradle vaster areas of the splendid pastures of Earth.
It was an act of love.
The proof is in the details. The closer you look at a slab of gneiss, the more you see little mountains - their DNA....