Holistic Quantum Relativity
The Entire World is One Family
Listen, Learn and Love
Witness the One-in-All and the All-in-One
It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the Holistic Quantum Relativity (HQR) initiative dedicated to uniting Science with Spirituality as presented by the Great Spiritual Masters and Philosopher-Scientists like Socrates, Pythagoras, Buddha, Lao Tse Tsu, Jesus, Maulana Rumi, Kabir and Kirpal. The works of Albert Einstein, Satyendra Bose, David Bohm, Richard Feynman, Hans-Peter Duerr and others are also considered in the amalgamation. Click to access:
. What is Holistic Quantum Relativity?
. 1,820+ members global community on Facebook
. 2,040+ members global community on Twitter
. 265+ members Socratic dialogue group on Google
. Slide Show of 200 HQR Images
. Volume I of 200 HQR Images
. Volume II of 150+ HQR Images
HQR is symbolically represented via iterations of the E8 vector visualisation like the 1,000 petal Sahasrara lotus in spirituality. All known particles and forces can be regarded as nodes within the complex mathematical object called the E8, a symmetric higher-dimensional polyhedron consisting of 248 vertices in eight-dimensional space, first discovered in 1887. The computation was not completed until 2007, and is 60 times larger than the human genome! Since E8 is an 8-dimensional object, one can rotate it in various way and new symmetries manifest. Visualising and classifying representations of Lie Groups is critical to understanding phenomena in Mathematics and Science: Algebra, Geometry, Number Theory, Physics and Chemistry. This project is not only extremely significant and valuable for future mathematicians and scientists but also for social scientists, artists, philosophers and spirituality seekers! Enjoy the multiple visual intersections of science, art and spirituality that are presented in HQR images!
HQR infers that we are all united, ie, the entire world is one family or in Sanskrit "Vasudaiva Kutumbhakum!" This follows from the pinciple of Advaita or Non-Duality, ie, witness One-in-All & All-in-One! HQR was founded with family and friends at IntentBlog under the auspices of The Philanthropia. The project's genesis lies in the first thirty Socratic Dialogues which are reproduced for the record. By all means contribute your further thoughts, observations and views via the HQR fora.
We present one of our favourite prayers by St Francis of Assisi as a homage to HQR's mission and vision:
Lord, make me a channel of thy peace,
that where there is hatred, we may bring love;
that where there is wrong,
we may bring the spirit of forgiveness;
that where there is discord, we may bring harmony;
that where there is error, we may bring truth;
that where there is doubt, we may bring faith;
that where there is despair, we may bring hope;
that where there are shadows, we may bring light;
that where there is sadness, we may bring joy.
Lord, grant that we may seek rather to
comfort than to be comforted;
to understand, than to be understood;
to love, than to be loved.
For it is by self-forgetting that one finds.
It is by forgiving that one is forgiven.
It is by dying that one awakens to Eternal Life.
Here death does not just refer to the finite physical end-of-life, but has to be understood in the context of what All-in-One Great Spiritual Masters have said throughout history: 'Die Daily!' This daily death refers to experiencing the 'Fifth Element', 'Cosmos', 'Infinity' or 'Eternal Life' within ourselves every day by going beyond the immediate Space-Time continuum! To use the words of Socrates: "Ordinary people seem not to realise that those who really apply themselves in the right way to philosophy are directly and of their own accord preparing themselves for dying and death daily!"
"To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge!" - Socrates
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5 Iterations of 8-Dimensional Holistic (H) E8 Vector Visualisation (Q+R) like the 1,000 Petal Sahasrara Lotus in Spirituality
Source: The Atlas Project -- American Institute of Mathematics -- National Science Foundation, USA