Butterflies Are Free To Fly
It also means our senses – seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, touching, etc. – are not
really sensing some independent “reality” “out there,” but in fact are projecting that
reality so it appears to be “out there.” In addition to being “receivers,” then, our eyes are
“projectors,” since your brain knows what you are about to experience before you
perceive it with your senses.
Apparently, once our brain converts the wave frequencies from The Field, it projects
them “out there” and makes it appear we are surrounded by a “total immersion movie.”
Then, and only then, our senses “read” what has been projected “out there” and bring that
information back to the brain.
“David Bohm had suggested that were we to view the cosmos without the lenses that
outfit our telescopes, the universe would appear to us as a hologram. Pribram extended
this insight by noting that were we deprived of the lenses of our eyes and the lens-like
processes of our other sensory receptors, we would be immersed in holographic
I don’t think anyone knows exactly how this works right now, but I feel confident as
the research in quantum physics continues, someone will discover the process.
Meanwhile, we have been given a big clue – one of those “hints” I talked about in
the last chapter – in the form of the modern computer….
Most computers currently use what is called “binary code,” which is made up of
random and chaotic, like the 3-D pictures.
But inside every computer is a CPU – a Central Processing Unit – that acts as the
“brain” of the computer. This CPU receives the binary code in sequences of zero’s and
one’s, translates that binary code, and projects the results onto a computer screen where
we can see it in a form that makes sense to us.
A computer also has its own sensory perceptions, which include things like a mouse,
a touch screen, a microphone, a video camera, etc. When we interact with the computer
through one of its senses – like clicking the mouse – that message gets sent back to the
CPU for further processing.
Therefore, in the same way a computer’s CPU receives its binary code, translates it,
projects the results onto a screen, and then processes the inputs that come back through
the mouse and other sensory perceptions, our human brain receives wave frequencies
from The Field, translates them into particles by collapsing the wave function, projects
the results “out there,” and then processes the inputs that come back through our own
I invite you to try an experiment yourself. Go outside, or just look around wherever
you are, and imagine for a moment you are not looking at some independent or objective
reality “out there,” but you are projecting that reality “out there” much in the same way a
projector puts a movie onto the theater screen.
“If the holographic brain model is taken to its logical conclusions, it opens the door
on the possibility that objective reality – the world of coffee cups, mountain vistas, elm
trees, and table lamps – might not even exist…. Is it possible that what is „out there’ is