Nightly Spiritual Quote #172 Biocentrism

“Name the colors, blind the eye” is an old Zen saying, illustrating that the intellect’s habitual ways of branding and labeling creates a terrible experiential loss by displacing the vibrant, living reality with a steady stream of labels. It is the same way with space, which is solely the conceptual mind’s way of clearing its throat, of pausing between identified symbols. At any rate, the subjective truth of this is now supported by actual experiments that strongly suggest distance (space) has no reality whatsoever for entangled particles, no matter how great their apparent separation.”
― Robert P. Lanza

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Peace and Love

Seth Kelly Curtis