Deepak Chopra and Intent

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devtheron

posted November 17, 2013 at 7:47 am


If i understand the singularity was the truth. Then the big bang caused it to change its shape of singular consciousness, but at the same time it repaired itself into understanding, by not expanding as rapidly because of knowledge that want to repair its understanding, thus not expanding as rapidly. The rest of consciousness was trapped by energy and formed atoms. Then atoms consciously formed greater consciousness in the form of a brain that would undo knowledge from atom matter, and after death it collect within a black hole, that would merge with other black holes, then later with the singularity, or what is left of understanding to form the singular truth, surrounded by an energy field that vibrate at a perfect frequency that will cause another multiple universe concept like a subconscious that wake the brain to repair the singularity. Basically the universe defrag itself back into understanding, and that imagination equal knowledge, where time and space dont exist, but that each and every knowledge particle in this universe that is trapped within each atom have a position of singular understanding within a theory of good housekeeping:) strangewayshere-we-come!



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