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Why Are We Called Real School?
To denote that this is real knowledge rather than the fantasy that the official educational establishment teaches.
But there is more to it than that. Continue reading to learn more.
In mainstream thinking, the official definition of the world “real” is incorrect.
What is real? Since the message in this site is that the primary reality of anything is in the energy and intelligence that forms it (in consciousness which is the source of the physical world), we must redefine what we call “real,” or “reality.”
If we change our definition of what “constitutes “reality,” the truth is that even the virtual university website you are reading is as “real” as a physical university.
How you look at something changes what you look at. Even how long you look at something changes what you look at (click below for scientific study).
In terms of the inner reality the virtual university could even be more real than a physical university. If a physical university where people go to learn is housing professors who teach a false mechanical worldview, it’s integrity and “validity is diminished.
Reality is truth and reality is in consciousness. Thoughts create physical matter. The inner REALITY is the true REALITY.
Reality is not the physical illusion. The physical world is like a mirage. Your eyes do not give you an accurate picture of what you are looking at. physical objects are a distorted and poor representation of the actual reality within them.
What we think constitutes reality is the quality of being measurable and demonstratable. Since traditional science wasn’t sophisticated enough to measure consciousness and demonstrate and measure its power and ability to form matter, thought itself became “not real” in the eyes of mainstream science.
Because of the obvious impact of physical things and phenomena on our five senses, people have always regarded physical objects and phenomena as being real, and so science’s official stance only reinforced the seeming obvious fact that physical things were real. A fire could burn us, for example, which we all needed to learn at an early age just to be safe in our environment.
What we missed in all of this is what previously could not be measured or demonstrated, but now can. Objects are now understood to be like holograms. A book is just a field of moving energy that gives the illusion of fullness and solidity to our physical senses. Because the nonphysical energy-containing-information (or wave-aspect) within all matter has now been demonstrated and measured by quantum mechanics, it has to be considered “real.”
However, our entire civilization is programmed psychologically at the deepest level to believe what has already been decided, that thoughts are not really real, that only physical reality is real. Our previous scientific position that physical things are real has reinforced our sense’s perceptions and basic notion that physical things and phenomena are reality.
For these reasons and also because of cognitive dissonance, it is difficult for most people and civilization as a whole to change their thinking on this subject of what constitutes “reality.”
However, thoughts do have a direct impact on us, and if we take this into consideration we can learn to realize that thoughts and emotions are as real as objects, if not more real. When we add to this realization the findings of quantum mechanics (everything has a wave aspect, etc…), we can learn to redefine what is “real” in our own minds.
Yes we do have inner senses. Subjective phenomena like a thought or emotion does not have a direct physical impact on us in the same way a table does when we touch it. We may not immediately experience a thought through our physical senses, but we do experience the full dimensions of that thought through another set of senses.
When we use our imagination we actually exercise five inner senses (as well as other inner senses that science has not yet studied, like telepathy and intuition).
The true reality of anything is in the underlying psychological wave-state that forms any given object. Do not be misguided by the word “wave.” The inner psychological state of any object is a fine duplication of the physical state. It is not just a wave with troughs and valleys.
The reality of anything is enfolded in the entire universe in the way images will appear in a tiny piece of shattered holographic film. But this is not just “data” in the conventional sense. The nonphysical REALITY of anything is alive and full of emotional and thought qualities and reality that is directly felt and experienced on many levels, as well as multiplied by taking root and growing into all probable times and realities.
These inner psychological events that form objects (containing what is like psychological DNA), can manifest the underlying reality of any given object in any world. Each manifestation will be unique, like billions of snowflakes that appear similar but are not the same.
Physical objects are convincing because of the way in which they impact our senses, but they are not the reality for which they stand. The primary reality of any object is in the inner information-force that manifests it. The reality of any given object or event is in the energy-containing-information (consciousness) that forms it.
What is real is “consciousness,” and physical matter is a kind of mirage or shadow cast by the primary reality within.
What is “real?”
Since the message in this site is that the primary reality of anything is in the energy and intelligence that formed it (in consciousness which is the source of the physical world), we must redefine what we call “real,” or “reality.”
“reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one”
— Albert Einstein
Physical matter hides the true underlying nature of reality, which is far more beautiful and extensive than we can currently conceive of.
Physical matter is camouflage.
What we experience as an event is an after-the-fact effect of thinking and believing. Events or places, such as a school, for example, are a manifestation of the inner reality of our thoughts, expectations and beliefs that forms them.
Not all realities are manifest physically. But by believing in something strongly enough we can manifest it physically.
So, let us think this is real school and so it will be in terms of both the old and new definition of what constitutes “reality.”
The “Real School” designation is telling you the information and worldview conveyed in this site is real.
In our search for truth we leave the collective myths and false dogmas of our times and previous generations behind.
This website provides consistent and accurate information about reality. Most educational institutions and other websites are unable to offer the same.
Because mainstream civilization is steeped in myth, I cannot compete with the world’s great universities to give you expensive classes and professors with impressive degrees. But I can create a virtual university experience to help create an educational atmosphere conductive to learning.
As you probably know, Olympic athletes use visualization because the body responds and learns as well from imaginary exercises as it does from actual physical practice. The same principle applies in an educational context. The mind and body respond as well to what is imagined because the primary reality is actually the inner reality.
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