The Universe is only a small space between us

I‟ll try to explain a little better. Time travel is only possible because of the CTCs. According to the most advanced theories, there‟s not only one universe, but a lot of them, each one parallel to the other.

The Universe is only a small space between us


Beyond the Space Between Us

Without physical contact we have no choice but to know each other deeper. Each passingday brings a little piece of puzzle, helping us to build our intimacy foundation as if the universe knows thatwe would not have muchtime forthatwhen ...

Beyond the Space Between Us

Based on a true story of one long-distance relationship, this honest and revealing book is an invitation to look at your love relationship through different eyesthe eyes that can see beyond the obvious and take you to the world you might not know otherwise. ... beeping signal of my cell. My heart started to pulse with excitementwhat is there this time? One thing is certain; this is an invitation again to recognize myself through the eyes of my lover. He knows where to look, what to touch, how to open the power of my soul. Sensual connection beyond physical pleasure, out of this dimension, the cosmic wrestle of our essences. Do you remember me? Remember? You asked for it. Im not your half. Im different, but Im youyour deepest soul desires. It is a loving dancequick, quick, slowan ecstatic mythical song of two souls. He penetrated into me. It hurts, it gives pleasure, and I melt finding comfort. I know Im in good hands; I can forget myself now and dissolve into eternity. We fly. We reach the peak of the apogee. Your surrender and your presence draw me deeper into the unknown realms where the body doesnt exist. You never fail to carry on with me. Im never alone, my mystical lover ...

Dance of the Ancient One

The mark of the normal person is supposed to be that he or she walks straight! That is only a very small part of us. Learning how to follow the universe and space—time curvature makes us creative. If you are sitting at a board meeting ...

Dance of the Ancient One

Just as the earth is moved by the universe, you, me, every human, every life form, and every thing is moved by the universe as well. This movement feeling, the sense of the universe s gravity field or what Einstein called space time, is not just felt by astronauts. All of us feel moved by gravity all the time. When you let gravity move you, when you are moved by space time, you are moved by the universe. When you are moved in this way, you are showing the dance of the ancient one, and are in contact with the space between us, with the subtle experience of being moved by what I shall explain is a system mind possibly the most powerful system mind available to us. Arnold Mindell, The Dance of the Ancient One, Spring 2013 In his latest book, Mindell expands on his earlier concept of the processmind as he develops the notion of space time dreaming or dance of the ancient one in his rigorous efforts toward the elucidation of a ToE (or theory of everything). Space time dreaming weaves together essential spiritual concepts from the Eastern mystical tradition of the Tao and Wu Wei of Chinese philosophy, along with modern Western field and space theories in quantum physics such as gravity, space time, unified field theories, indeterminacy and entanglement. He draws upon personal field ideas (i.e., the unconscious), interpersonal social field and role theory from psychology and sociology, then adds concepts of intersubjectivity and entanglement from transpersonal and integral psychology. On a group level, he incorporates interdependence from organizational system mind models and places it all in the context of ecology, of Gaia, and then the larger universe. One World concepts, such as the Unus Mundus from mystical and alchemical traditions that work at a more essential or non-dual level to unite seeming opposites, facilitate the coming together of all of these varied perspectives in his framing of the space time dreaming concept, experientially accessible as The Dance of the Ancient One. Each chapter contains either an exercise to do in pairs or a small group, or an inner work exercise, so that you can facilitate yourself and experience the space time dreaming states directly. Transcripts of discussions with his students are distributed throughout the book, and engagingly contribute to a diverse and resonant learning experience.

The Future of the Universe

This critical density is a million times smaller than that in the space between us and the nearest stars . ... Nevertheless the visible matter on the average over the entire universe — amounts to only a small percentage of the critical ...

The Future of the Universe

An astrophysicist draws upon religion and science in his search for evidence of God. The word "God" shows up increasingly in popular works about modern physics. Some scientists piously see God as a key to deciphering further mysteries of the universe. Others aver that science offers a surer path to God than religion. Arnold Benz, an astrophysicist and a Christian, believes that science and religion, if one takes them seriously, resist seamless integration and harmonization. They are two different approaches to experiencing reality, two different planes that do not intersect, yet it is possible for an observer informed about both planes of inquiry to reflect on how they might relate. Mediating between these two planes of perception, which could be described as the greatest intellectual adventure of our time, requires taking both realms fully in earnest. Arguing that it is senseless to seek God in the first moments of the Big Bang, as though creation were some once-for-all event in the distant past, Benz finds creation occurring throughout the entire development of the cosmos, here and now as well as in the distant future. In the foreground stands the decisive question: What might we expect, and what might we hope for, from the future: chance, chaos, or God?>

A God that Could be Real

(What's actually happening is that the space between us and them is expanding faster than the speed of light, ... What we call the visible universe is only a small patch of the larger universe created by the Big Bang. It's visible to us ...

A God that Could be Real

A paradigm-shifting blend of science, religion, and philosophy for agnostic, spiritual-but-not-religious, and scientifically minded readers Many people are fed up with the way traditional religion alienates them: too easily it can perpetuate conflict, vilify science, and undermine reason. Nancy Abrams, a philosopher of science, lawyer, and lifelong atheist, is among them. And yet, when she turned to the recovery community to face a personal struggle, she found that imagining a higher power gave her a new freedom. Intellectually, this was quite surprising. Meanwhile her husband, famed astrophysicist Joel Primack, was helping create a new theory of the universe based on dark matter and dark energy, and Abrams was collaborating with him on two books that put the new scientific picture into a social and political context. She wondered, “Could anything actually exist in this strange new universe that is worthy of the name 'God?'” In A God That Could Be Real, Abrams explores a radically new way of thinking about God. She dismantles several common assumptions about God and shows why an omniscient, omnipotent God that created the universe and plans what happens is incompatible with science—but that this doesn't preclude a God that can comfort and empower us. Moving away from traditional arguments for God, Abrams finds something worthy of the name “God” in the new science of emergence: just as a complex ant hill emerges from the collective behavior of individually clueless ants, and just as the global economy emerges from the interactions of billions of individuals' choices, God, she argues, is an “emergent phenomenon” that arises from the staggering complexity of humanity's collective aspirations and is in dialogue with every individual. This God did not create the universe—it created the meaning of the universe. It's not universal—it's planetary. It can't change the world, but it helpsus change the world. A God that could be real, Abrams shows us, is what humanity needs to inspire us to collectively cooperate to protect our warming planet and create a long-term civilization.

The Fall of Hyperion

“ My life and teachings and sufferings and small victories and countless defeats had brought me here — past faith ... some manifestation of good or evil , merely an aberration of the universe's unfathomable and seemingly senseless ...

The Fall of Hyperion

“State of the art science fiction . . . a landmark novel.”—Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine Now, in the stunning continuation of the epic adventure begun in Hyperion, Simmons returns us to a far future resplendent with drama and invention. On the world of Hyperion, the mysterious Time Tombs are opening. And the secrets they contain mean that nothing—nothing anywhere in the universe—will ever be the same. Praise for The Fall of Hyperion “One of the finest SF novels published in the past few years.”—Science Fiction Eye “A magnificently original blend of themes and styles.”—The Denver Post

The Space Between Us

We are held by larger systems of meaning ( often depersonified ) that anchor our lives and comfort us by providing ... Loss of a holding person is thus experienced as falling through space , without purpose or place in the universe .

The Space Between Us

Book on interpersonal relationships

Science Mysteries Explained

Our observations of the universe also show that matter clumps into denser regions with huge voids between them. ... We can see some objects farther away than 13.7 billion light years, because the space between us has stretched over time ...

Science Mysteries Explained

BRAND NEW TOPIC AND TITLE IN FULL-COLOR Many people find science fascinating and there never seems to be an end to facts and figures that can be learned. Idiot's Guides: Science Mysteries Explained takes a question/answer-based approach to teach readers a variety of topics in Earth Science, Life Science, Chemistry, Physics, and Cosmology. Using helpful four-color illustrations and expert information, this book features 130 fascinating questions and answers to satisfy any armchair scientist.

Creativity for Leaders

with their discoveries about atomic matter and the origins of the universe . Their findings blast our ... If compressed to pure matter ( like black holes in outer space ) , a billion of us combined would fill only a small thimble .

Creativity for Leaders

Focusing on effective time management, creativity, stress reduction, and spiritual advice, Fellers promises a lasting impact on your life.

The Space Between Time

The universe is also over ninety billion light years in diameter, and that should make all of us feel small. ... But partly also it's because I don't want to be alone and, now that John and everyone else think I'm odd, I feel even more ...

The Space Between Time

Emma Maria Rossini appears to be the luckiest girl in the world. She's the daughter of a beautiful and loving mother, and her father is one of the most famous film actors of his generation. She's also the granddaughter of a rather eccentric and obscure Italian astrophysicist. But as her seemingly charmed life begins to unravel, and Emma experiences love and tragedy, she ultimately finds solace in her once-derided grandfather's Theorem on the universe. The Space Between Time is humorous and poignant and offers the metaphor that we are all connected, even to those we have loved and not quite lost.

Astroquizzical

The shell of space which surrounds us, before the time lag from light's travel time begins to be large, ... as a bulk property of the universe, we measure a significant change, but in smaller regions of space the effect isn't as strong.

Astroquizzical

In this enthralling cosmic journey through space and time, astrophysicist Jillian Scudder locates our home planet within its own ‘family tree’. Our parent the Earth and its sibling planets in our solar system formed within the same gas cloud. Without our grandparent the Sun, we would not exist, and the Sun in turn relies on the Milky Way as its home. The Milky Way rests in a larger web of galaxies that traces its origins right back to tiny fluctuations in the very early universe. Following these cosmic connections, we discover the many ties that bind us to our universe. Based around readers’ questions from the author’s popular blog ‘Astroquizzical’, the book provides a quirky guide to how things work in the universe and why things are the way they are, from shooting stars on Earth, to black holes, to entire galaxies. For anyone interested in the ‘big picture’ of how the cosmos functions and how it is all connected, Jillian Scudder is the perfect guide.

Psychology

Let us now consider the retina in its other relation to us , that is , not as a sensory , but as a felt external term ... a very minute space in it , and becomes an exceedingly small part of our range of vision , of our visual universe ...

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The Great Implosion

amount of inward expansion is very small over such an enormous amount of space. ... The only way we will be able to explore the universe is to find a way to side step the space between us and our destination and travel faster than the ...

The Great Implosion

This book reveals how the universe created itself from an expanding sphere of force. Particles and antiparticles were created around an event horizon. All the antiparticles created were changed to particles by emitting antineutrinos in a great implosion. From this great implosion, all the particles created within the event horizon formed our basic protons and neutrons. This book uses classical examples to explain the complex order of events that created our universe. Force diminished, creating energy, and energy divided four times, creating particles with mass. The premise, The universe is the way it is because it is the only way it can be, is our guide to how the universe created itself. Space, the final frontier for physicists, is stripped of its secrets in this book. The universe had a beginning, and it will have an end only to begin again in an endless cycle. Space and time are not infinite; they are finite.

The Day I Found You

I ask you not to go, to stay just so I can stay, to remain on your side of the bed, and me on mine, both of us feeling ... body comes when you're about to, and the truth of the universe is the cramped physics of the space between us.

The Day I Found You

An unforgettable book from Portugal' bestselling author that promises to change how we write and read about love The restaurant is crowded and noisy. The man sits by the window, watching the grey sky, bored, as he is every Monday morning. Suddenly he turns and she's there, standing in front of him. Years have passed since he last saw her, since the day he left, without an explanation, without a reason. Only now does he realize he never stopped loving her, even for a second. When she tries to run away from him, too shocked by the sudden onslaught of emotions, he stops her. And as they embrace, surrounded by passersby, they promise to hold on, to make mistakes again. To love each other. Deeply and forever. With his intimate, almost whispered style, Pedro Chagas Freitas takes the reader on a journey to discover the truth about love; the kind of love that touches, envelops and thrills you, that conceals and reveals, that wounds and heals, that seizes you and sets you free.

The Century of Space Science

Quasars give us one way to do so. Quasars can be seen easily across the Universe, currently to redshifts just less than 6 (Fan et al. 2001), a time when the Universe was only 5% of its current age (for Q = 1).

The Century of Space Science

One of the most attractive features of the young discipline of Space Science is that many of the original pioneers and key players involved are still available to describe their field. Hence, at this point in history we are in a unique position to gain first-hand insight into the field and its development. To this end, The Century of Space Science, a scholarly, authoritative, reference book presents a chapter-by-chapter retrospective of space science as studied in the 20th century. The level is academic and focuses on key discoveries, how these were arrived at, their scientific consequences and how these discoveries advanced the thoughts of the key players involved. With over 90 world-class contributors, such as James Van Allen, Cornelis de Jager, Eugene Parker, Reimar Lüst, and Ernst Stuhlinger, and with a Foreword by Lodewijk Woltjer (past ESO Director General), this book will be immensely useful to readers in the fields of space science, astronomy, and the history of science. Both academic institutions and researchers will find that this major reference work makes an invaluable addition to their collection.

If Only

Noah's voice, and his body—almost flush against mine—greet me inside a triangle of space smaller than the floor we ... “Is it possible forthe universe to hate me? ... Needed air,”he says, hissentences sparse,like the space between us.

If Only

If Only by A.J. Pine A new adult novel from Entangled's Embrace imprint... Sometimes it takes crossing an ocean to figure out where you belong. It's been two years since twenty-year-old Jordan had a boyfriend—which means it's been forever since she, well, you know. But now she's off to spend her junior year in Aberdeen, Scotland, the perfect place to stop waiting for Mr. Right and just enjoy Mr. Right Now. Sexy, sweet (and possible player) Griffin may be her perfect, no-strings-attached match. He's fun, gorgeous, and makes her laugh. So why can't she stop thinking about Noah who, minutes after being trapped together outside the train's loo, kisses Jordan like she's never been kissed before? Never mind his impossible blue eyes, his weathered, annotated copy of The Great Gatsby (total English-major porn)...oh, and his girlfriend. Jordan knows everything this year has an expiration date. Aberdeen is supposed to be about fun rather than waiting for life to happen. But E. M. Forster, Shakespeare, and mistletoe on Valentine's Day make her reconsider what love is and how far she's willing to go for the right guy.

The Starfire Diaries

A moment of deep sadness filled the tiny space between us. Some things are just not meant to be I guessed. A small sound infiltrated my brain, which is odd because the possibility of anything less than a bellow attracting my attention ...

The Starfire Diaries

And so it begins, a traveller in time and space. There is a place inside all of us, full of ghosts and shadows, and who knows if we can tell what is real and what is part of the whispers belonging to the past. What do you do when you're spiralling down into the darkness of an uncontrolled mind and the loneliness that comes with lost things? For Bea, the choice is between chronic illness, terminal telepathy and the power of the winter stars.

The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

In fact , the heavens are the great clock or chronometer of the universe , which strikes the hours , the days , the months and ages , of all time ... small space of his disc , and they appear to us only as little dark spots .

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The Cosmic Keyhole

What incredible new view or amazing discovery is being transmitted in the space between us and the Saturnian system at ... In answering them, we are one more step along the way to understanding just a small fraction of the universe.

The Cosmic Keyhole

In the last thirty years humans have probed the Universe, explored the Solar System and visited with spacecraft some of the most incredible places humans have ever laid eyes upon. We have expanded our knowledge slowly and surely, but still now only see a glimpse of the bigger picture. The Cosmic Keyhole explores the big discoveries of recent years and asks what’s next? How prolific is life in the Universe? How far back to the Big Bang can we probe? And what hidden treasures still await us in the hidden corners of our Solar System?