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Watch the trailer above. Full series embedded below.

The vibratory field is at the root of all true spiritual experience and scientific investigation. It is the same field of energy that saints, Buddhas, yogis, mystics, priests, shamans and seers have observed by looking within themselves. It is the common link between all religions, and the link between our inner worlds and our outer worlds.

This video series encapsulates the most potent knowledge on spirituality, cutting through the arduous explanations many new age followers expel to focus on exploring the key perennial philosophy that connects all human investigation.

I’m extremely curious to see what you all think of the series, especially Part 4 titled ‘Beyond thinking’.
Feed me back your comments below!

  • Aer O’Head

    Quite simply …. stunning! Thanks so much. πŸ™‚

  • That One

    Classical pseudo-scientific new age nonsense. ‘Vibratory Field’. How did these people come to such conclusions, and even dare to mention scientific researches?! Shameful.

    Try this one. Not a decomuentary, but it’ll help you.

    • “What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter. Everything in life is vibration” – Einstein

      Admittedly I had the same perspective a few years ago. Scientific materialism is just another belief system where we use language to slice up and observe reality to create a map, testing things repeatedly, so we know what to expect – but the map is not the territory.

      • That One

        “What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter. Everything in life is vibration” – Einstein

        …and therefore “Vibratory Field?” This is fun!

        Admittedly, I had the same perspective a few years ago, too. I mean with you. Now I know that the stuff we can measure is the stuff that we have and perceive and use.

        “Scientific materialism” is not a belief, because it’s based on what we observe and measure. If we were to find out that there was indeed a – let’s say – soul, then that would have meant that we have observed it and measured it and categorized it. If we can’t see it, can’t measure it, can’t categorize it, can’t interact with it, can’t build mathematical constructs with it, that just means it’s as hollow as claims about god.

        That means citing Einstein – or any scientist who made a contribution to science, and therefore our way of life – about his scientific work without using the ACTUAL scientific method that he employed in constructing his theories is simply misrepresenting the scientific method to use his words to bolster arguments from ignorance. Which is EXACTLY what you’re doing.

        Using your argument, one can prove literally any nonsense. That’s not how you find out what’s real and what’s not. This is only clogging up the only method we can use to find out about reality and map it correctly. Map is not the territory, but it’s how you find your way – and if you misrepresent the territory in the map all you’ll get is LOST.

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