Ep. 35: The Holographic Nature of Reality

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    The Holographic Nature of Reality

    Ep. 35: The Holographic Nature of Reality

    The Holographic Nature of Reality

    The Holographic Nature of Reality

    'Life is holographic'

    -David Bowie

    Ep. 35: The Holographic Nature of Reality

    Completing a task or achieving a goal can open up new possibilities and opportunities. This is because by taking action and making progress, we clear the way for new things to come into focus and become more attainable. Completing something related to one’s relationship with money could open up new financial opportunities or possibilities for growth and development.

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    Money is always a central aspect of life. Dr. Maria explains that there are six forms of energy that people need to learn to work with, including money, time, physical vitality, creativity, enjoyment, and relationships.

    The idea of the universe being a hologram was proposed by scientist David Bowie, who studied holograms and suggested that the whole universe could be a hologram. She explains that holograms are like taking a picture of an object and creating a plate of it, whereby looking at the plate would show only patterns and no recognizable image. The speaker notes that holograms are now common, but they still retain their miraculous quality to some people.

    The idea of the universe being a hologram suggests that everything is interconnected and the present contains information about the future. Dr. Maria explains that this means that our lives are also holographic and that every aspect of our lives contains information about our entire existence. This implies that by examining one aspect of our life, such as our relationship with money, we can gain insight into our overall well-being. The idea is mind-boggling, but it suggests that we are all part of a larger interconnected system of energy.

    The way we handle our money is reflective of how we handle our lives as a whole. Making a change in our relationship with money may impact our entire life. For instance, not checking credit card statements for a few months might reveal some underlying patterns in our lives. She suggests considering the significance of making a shift in our approach to money to see how it could affect our overall well-being.

    Dr. Maria suggests that if we analyze our credit card expenses and identify one area where we can cut back, we can make a small promise to ourselves to reduce our spending in that area for 30 days. This could have a positive impact on other areas of our lives, such as our relationship with time and physical vitality. She gives an example of a woman who cut back on her daily expenditures on coffee and pastries and lost weight, and felt better about herself. Making a small breakthrough in our relationship with money can have positive ripple effects in other areas of our lives.

    The key point is to take a holistic approach to their life, examining how different aspects such as time, vitality, creativity, enjoyment, and relationships are interconnected. She suggests finding a small but important task related to one’s relationship with money that can cascade and positively affect other areas of life. She promises this approach can lead to breakthroughs and a more fulfilling life. The emphasis is that we only have one life and can choose to either contribute and wake up or repeat the same patterns and waste energy. 

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