Quantum and AI together will answer and explain many other non-matter dimensions including Human Consciousness, The Self
Although I have been hearing these spiritual jargons like “The Consciousness”, “The Self” ( Atman – in Sanskrit language), from my grand parents since my childhood, but due to my ignorance or whatever, I never paid any attention nor did I took any serious attempt to even understand the deeper meaning of those terminologies. Honestly, I kept aside those spiritual items for my retirement life.
Incidentally, few years back while digging into some deeper concepts of quantum physics, somehow I confronted with the so-called “The Self” (The Consciousness or Atman)again somewhere in a book. But this time, I could not ignore it. The more I went deeper into understanding the concepts from different books, I found it so profound and rational that it compelled and dragged me hostile into a revolutionary thought process that I had never experienced in the past. To my astonishment, these concepts started challenging my each and every concept of the “Material World” and the “Classical Physics” exactly the way when I did started understanding the concepts of quantum physics many years back.
I will try to share my understanding about “The Self” or “Pure Consciousness” in this article. I would also like to highlight here that this is not a spiritual or religious article, nor does any attempt has been made to uphold any particular religion or mysticism.
Let’s take few steps back to understand the concepts better.
The mystery of our existence and the fundamental nature of the universe compelled human being time to time to explore the unknown and the truth in many different ways since time immemorial.
Out of those many approaches; the evident-based and experiment oriented approach flourished as “Science” as we know it today keeping it’s entire focus on exploring the material world; which latter branched into technology that centered around the application of science to solve real world problems in many different areas aimed for the betterment of humanity.
On the other hand, another approach continued to explore the other dimensions that are “Not Perceivable by our Six Senses”, or the dimensions beyond the material world. Surprisingly the practitioners of this approach somehow convinced that there exists other dimensions that are beyond…