Singularity…

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In an infinite fractal of rotation, how do you define the center? Every point is the center. You are the center of the universe observing the universe from your very own center. Wherever you pick a point of observation in the fractal, that point becomes the center from which you’re observing the universe. That point becomes stillness. Why stillness? Because in that point now, all the spins of the universe cancel out.… You need stillness to have a frame of reference for rotation… And that’s how singularity occurs. Singularity is the point at the center of your experience of the universe, that is the point of stillness from which you’re observing the universe.

~ Nassim Haramein

Teaching and Learning…

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Cyclic Teaching and Nonlinear Learning

The divine is a frequency that lies within us all. It exists within you; you have only to tap into it. It exists within others as well; you only have to listen to it. It speaks a language older than words; we have only to relearn that language. And when we can tap into these frequencies we begin to see how teaching is cyclical, and learning does not have to be of the traditionally linear variety. It can be nonlinear and prolific in nature.

~ Everybody is a Guru: Cyclic Teaching and Nonlinear Learning

~ A musical note… ~

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Physicists tell us that the solidity of matter is an illusion. Even seemingly solid matter, including you physical body, is nearly 100% empty space — so vast are the differences between atoms compared to their size. What is more, even inside every atom there is mostly empty space. What is left is more like a vibrational frequency than particles of solid matter, more like a musical note.

~ ‘The Power of Now’ by Eckhart Tolle