If you take a holographic portrait of your mother (from head to foot) and produce the photo onto holographic film, then with a pair of scissors cut out just her face and then enlarge that portion to the photo’s original size, the result will not be an enlarged version of your mom’s face, but rather a restored portrait of the original whole-body version. In other words, in each tiny, little pixel of the picture will be stored all the information of the source imprint or whole picture in condensed form. Similarly, if you were able to convert your favorite movie into a holographic film, and you cut out one single “frame” of that film, then that would mean that one single frame must retain all the information of every other frame in the entire movie.
So now I ask you: what if life itself was being projected to us by a sort of virtually interactive “holographic projector,” but instead of a movie or TV screen receiving the imagery, it’s being converted from a 2D source imprint to 3D reality solely by an organic “holographic computer” that you call your brain? Well, according to the holographic principle in quantum physics, it is.
In 1981, renowned physicist Stephen Hawking argued that black holes destroy everything they swallow without a trace. However, a principal author of string theory, Leonard Susskind, passionately disagreed, and began working on formulating a theory that would prove Hawking wrong. This was known as the “Black Hole War.” Twenty-eight years later, Susskind finally solved the problem. Susskind’s new principle says that the event horizon of a black hole is a 2D representation of a 3D object at its center. Ergo, no energy or “information” is lost.
In 2004 at a scientific conference in Dublin, Hawking conceded defeat to Susskind and a new understanding of physics was discovered. This exciting new principle not only reveals how black holes store information, but how our entire 3D universe stores information as well. Because of Susskind’s work, “holographic theory” is no longer a theory but now a fundamental principle of physics.
The esteemed psychologist Karl Pribram, also concluded that the brain operates like a hologram. He discovered that the neurons in the brain acted much like a laser does when bounced off an object to be photographed. A hologram is only visible because of a similar “interference pattern” created by the laser. Although to the naked eye the holographic film appears as nothing more than concentric rings, when a laser beam is shined through the film, the original object materializes. According to Pribram, all things and events are spacelessly, timelessly, intrinsically, ONE. In simpler terms: a seamless whole.
So, for every scene that you view as a 3D reality, there is concurrently a 2D holographic film version of it that’s completely scrambled yet contains the same exact information. In other words, it is the human brain that unscrambles the holographic version of what we perceive as reality or what Plato referred to as the “world of forms.” What you are constantly interpreting as reality in this universe/innerverse is nothing less than a single unified frequency manifesting itself into a holographic 3D, interactive, virtual movie. In the underlying frequency realm, everything is timeless, spaceless, nondual, and One. A Source consciousness.
AUTHOR: Jason Lincoln Jeffers is a spiritual teacher, life and health coach, author of "The Next Human." Take a moment to check his crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.com to take "The Next Human" book to the world.