One of my least favorite experiences is waking up feeling rather exhausted, even after a solid sleep.
There are a handful of powerfully resonating and amplifying antagonistic forces within my life and the global human experience.
This is a time to hunker down in mindfulness to optimize healthy tuning in order to properly navigate these complexly and overwhelmingly monstrously difficult waters.
Instead of pouring more details of my negative issues upon you all here, I instead steer this post on topic.
On Pi Day — celebrating the mathematical Pi (which starts with the numbers three, one, and four), and posthumously Albert Einstein’s birthday — I yearly post a refined essay connected to my sincere scientific exploration during rare-but-sufficient times over roughly the past couple of decades.
I did not have time to refine that essay this year due to sensible priorities, so this post shall hopefully suffice for you.
While scientists are at least largely focused upon reductionism (breaking things down to better understand them), this artist and science enthusiast is examining their results from a bird’s eye view.
In other words, I am apparently introducing “scilosophy” to the world through you. Scilosophy is likely obviously an amalgam of science and philosophy, and so combines pure adherence to the scientific method with the ‘big view’ angle of philosophy. As such, scilosophy is a genuine science, and as it turns out, reveals extremely powerful and fundamental truths about reality that hopefully will meet scientific scrutiny for validity and healthy awareness.
Unable to dive deep into the details herein, I simply want to leave you with two extremely powerful, easy to understand, and purely sensible truisms.
You objectively are reality (the totality of existence, actuality, and so on). There is no genuinely objective boundary within mainstream science, which concludes that reality is pure seamless energy (which explains why there are no such boundaries). So science only upholds the statement that you are objectively reality.
Moreover, you can feel that extremely powerful sensation, simply by resting (not forcing) the part of your brain that draws boundaries — the ones the identify words, people, stuff, and events. Just relax your mind, and feel the totality of existence. Through the pure idling of self, you can sensibly feel reality itself — your objectively true self (at least sensibly arguably speaking, your soul). Of course, that rest is called restful meditation, and the result is called enlightenment.
Scilosophy provides a simple and mainstream scientific explanation for that restful phenomenon that sensibly crushes the notion that death is ultimately a major event (gently putting aside the still-remaining challenges of mourning). When your humanity dies, the laughably overwhelming majority of your reality self remains, so personal experience logically continues upon your humanly death.
That construct is called the Soul of Reality, and it is primarily expressed as, “Anyone/anything is objectively reality.”
In addition to sensibly eliminating the fear of death, scilosophy similarly eliminates the ability to get away with it — whatever it is.
There is no way to get away with lying, stealing, assault of any kind, murder, oppression, and anything else that I may be missing — hardcore scientifically speaking.
Too many people believe that reality simply never cares about the ongoings happening upon this always-moving globe, so dominance (control, advantage, benefit, and so on) can ultimately be free.
Balance is demonstrably inherent within stability. Not only is that truthful throughout all of science, but demonstrably within our lives (e.g. one cannot stabilize oneself, while standing upon one foot without balance). There is no sensible reason to believe that reality deviates from that inherency, so actuality requires balance for stability (the literally perfect stability that you felt via the Soul of Reality). That means any dominant pressure expended within reality must have a balancing counter-dominant pressure, even if our humanly perception fails to recognize it.
Winning within reality is relative, because reality itself is the ‘supreme alpha’.
That construct is called the Rule of Reality, which simply states, “The path to power is the path to powerlessness in a balanced reality.” Of course, the inversion is true also for all of us struggling against the weight of adversity.
Those constructs are literally purely equitable outcomes, and embracing them dramatically healthily redefines human behavior, in major part because it forces humanity to redefine dominance, benefit, and so on.
Balance is inherent within survival of the fittest.
Balance is the best trophy.
Balance is the goal of progress.
If humanity throws away balance for the sake of infinite progress (e.g. infinite growth in capitalism), then humanity is making a terrible mistake that inevitably rubs against reality’s supremely permanently dominating balance, hardcore scientifically speaking.
Happy Pi Day everyone! ✌️🙂