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     Being Creative: Lesson of the Vortex”by John Briggs and David Peat

                                                                             By Caroline Leclerc

The creativity is the essence of the human being and it is what results from chaos.  Creativity is a window that opens to us a new perception of the world and ourselves but it is also a “light in the dark” which makes us indivisible of the universe.

We become indivisible (but also individuals) by our way of discovering a new way of expressing our ego, our life.  We all have different mind history and psychic.  We all have different ways to describe our creativity.  But all have a common point, it is about the existence.  As the Taoist sage Lao Tzu said, “Existence is beyond the power of words to define.  Terms may be used but none of them is absolute.”  Words, pictures, any kind of creations, are only interpretations of the “other world that we all know without knowing, and that we all see without seeing.”

Chaos is what makes us evolve to the truth.  Moments in our life make us think deeper than usual.  We have doubts about everything and anything, entering in a chaos, where we can find insights, realizing about what these things are.  The order always replaces the chaos, but to get to the order you have to affront first your doubts and uncertainties, which for a moment make you swim into chaos.  And from it, we become aware, in a moment of intense lucidity, of the reality existing of everything and the truth behind the truth. 

The Quantum Theory is too complex for our conditioned conscious view of reality.  Having read David Peat and his explanation of quantum mechanics with its absolute and irreducible answers, same as Nick Herbert and the surprising quantum reality pictures that are physicists beliefs, I found myself jumping into a world of absurdity, imagination and fiction of things which are mainly part of me (of my world, of my reality).  A world made of what I don’t see, of what I cannot give a form in my mind.

The article on the Quantum Theory of Peat brings me with questions like of where are these places of no space and no times?  What is hidden behind the duality of light and matter?  Can we explain with the double-slit experiment that an individual quantum particle could be acting in two different places at the same time?  I would need a whole course to understand only part of the quantum mechanics.  I can see now where the TV shows like “Sliders, Star Trek, and Star Gates,” got their started ideas from.

It’s amusing to see how science fiction literature and films can be sometimes closer to the real belief of sciences.  One quantum reality that particularly interests me is the many-world interpretation where reality consists of a steadily increasing number of parallel universes.  A good example of this is the “Big Boom,” from the beginning the universe has kept splitting into more little systems, as our own solar system, and spreading in the farthest space.  The Brice Dewitt idea’s of 10 {100} + slightly imperfect copies, which ultimately become unrecognizable, maybe after all a good quantum explanation of the reality of a photon, but it might also be true for what’s the biggest of all, the universe.

I would not say that I can only believe in only one of the quantum reality.  And I honestly believe that I would need more than one page to give a first sight of what my matrix could be.  I have a religious background and my vision of the reality can just be affected by it.  In a sort of way, I think that Einstein was right to not forget the Force/God that give faith to the individual, making this one seeing the world in his proper reality.  Quantum theory opens our eyes and conscious to overpass the limits of what we first think to see.