Understanding the Spiritual Realm Existence with Examples
Some say the spiritual realm doesn’t exist, that it’s just a mere construction of the brain or even just some spooky stories that should get disregarded as scientific fact.
That’s why maybe Einstein referred to quantum entanglement principles as “spooky action at a distance”.
Just for the fact that something can’t be completely defined, measured, or seen, that doesn’t mean it’s not part of reality,
New discoveries, namely in quantum science, go in the direction of an ancient and not so ancient spiritual paradigms. However, this article only focuses on some layman’s examples to explain the spiritual realm.
How can spirituality be described without complicated terms or far out histories? Let’s think about gravity, for instance, gravity is what is keeping us from flying into space, or keeping the Earth revolving around the Sun. We can’t really “see” gravity, but we know it’s there. What about wireless communications or electric fields that make much of our contemporaneous machines work? Can’t we see the energy and data flow through the cables or air? This fact alone isn’t by itself proving or disproving of the existence of a spiritual paradigm but is nonetheless a way to understand that reality might be more than meets the eye, which is nevertheless exactly the direction quantum science is moving right now. What about love? We can’t see it, but we know it exists, we are aware of its effects.
Many would suggest that these examples aren’t proof of spiritual existence, but that’s exactly my point. Where is the line? Where can we draw the line between what is spiritual, or is no spiritual, and what is spiritual to humanity in the 21st century? These are some of the answers I’ll be addressing on new posts on this website.
It’s a known scientific fact that there’s much more out there than meets the eye, take the different light spectrum for example, so it’s not that linear to just trust our five senses, and that’s where the spiritual paradigm will play its cards.
Can we simply disregard something just because it’s outside our perceptions or visibility spectrum? We sure shouldn’t, the same way we can’t just ignore Quantum science and all the known scientific facts regarding the existence of the atom that, which by the way, isn’t also seen by the naked eye too.