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I ran across this and wanted to share it. David Bohm's quantum-based Holographic Universe model works for me.
"Various discoveries of the quantum world has revealed to us that the "physical," "solid" universe that we perceive exists as nothing more than frequency waves which our brain renders and translates as the five senses.
Studies from scientists such as Russians Franz Bludorf and Grazyna Fosar in their article "DNA Can be Influenced and Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies" suggest that components of human biology, such as DNA, serve a much higher purpose than what has been understood. As biological entities, we humans utilize approximately 5-10% of our inherited genes, which make up the protein building blocks and give us our physical forms. Yet there is 90% or so of our genetics, which appear useless, and so modern scientists have dubbed the majority of genes "junk DNA." Upon closer examination, however, research in recent years has shown that the majority of our DNA, i.e. this "junk" DNA, serves a much more crucial function in how we perceive and render our world. Bludorf and Fosar tell us: The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist, Pjotr Farjajev, and his colleagues, also explored the vibrational behavior of DNA. The bottom line was: 'Living chromosomes function like solitonic-holographic computers using the endogenous DNA laser radiation. This means that they managed, for example modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray, and used it to influence the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself.
In other words, along with being responsible for our physical form, DNA also acts as something of a crystalline receiver, as well as a transmitter and amplifier of frequencies.
As a "solitonic-holographic laser," our DNA can be attributed to our wave function as described by Rupert Sheldrake and is linked to the famous Hundredth Monkey effect. A soliton is defined as "a pulselike wave that can exist in nonlinear systems, does not obey the superposition principle, and does not disperse" (dictionary.com).
Just as a subatomic particle exists simultaneously as a wave and a particle, biological entities such as ourselves also share this dualistic nature and it is from this that the biological phenomenon of evolution itself is possible. We are affected by our environment via our DNA crystalline receiver and thus we receive information that alters our physical form over time. This solitonic DNA structure emits and receives light energy in the form of photons and this is more or less the basic description of our holographic universe and how we are able to perceive it.
In the holographic universe model introduced by Bohm, a new understanding of how we interact with our environment is critical. From such studies conducted by Pjotr Farjajev, it is such that a new discovery of DNA has surfaced.
To elaborate further, perceiving this holographic universe is only half the game. Because our DNA receives and transmits in an electromagnetic capacity, we are perceiving and creating our universe simultaneously.
With respect to David Wilcox, I read about Yogananda back in the early 70's, forty years ago about how he left his body at will. That was also the time e books on The Masters of the Far East and working through the Theosophical Library were also being devoured. I'm still working on sorting it out and Quantum Physics just continues to amaze me.