FMBR Meeting, Friday Jun 22, 7:30 PM
Leo E. Madrid
The Edge of Aslan’s Razor and
A Systemic Theory of Spatial Relativity
Science so it seems tells us that all of reality is governed by the laws of physics, though misunderstood some may be, that allow for the operation of the Universal symphony of stars, planets, living organisms and everything else in existence, including the unseen world that most perceive as empty space.
And as humans, it appears that we are the only beings able to comprehend the vast complexities and systems that guide our momentary existence. Often, simplistically beautiful patterns that reflect these complex systems surround us in symbols embraced by cultures everywhere yet are sometimes easy to go unnoticed or misunderstood.
Non-duality guides us as we sift through the chaos, finding at the core, complex systems and fundamental principles, governed by the laws of physics as we know them, and the theories that help us understand the operations of this vast universe, in search of our place.
Decades of random life experience allows one the perspective to present materials and information that will give the viewer a specific understanding of how consciousness works in a systemic manner for individuals, groups and all living things, with findings of the Princeton Anomalies Research Laboratories and over 300 personal field experiments as supporting evidence that will be engaging and well understood.