"At times of writing I never think what I have said before. My aim is not to be consistent with my previous statements on a given question, but to be consistent with truth as it may present itself to me at a given moment. The result has been that I have grown from truth to truth." --- Mahatma Gandhi  

The Canvas of the Brain

Life and Mind

The Iconoclast

Devious Human Hypocrisy


The Invention of God

The Apologue of Life

Lady of the Two Lands in the Shrine is Thy Name

Not born, not dying

The Bi-dimensional Being

The Dead Chrysalis

Creating dragons yins and yangs


Kick a stone

If man had a mission to accomplish on the Earth, he failed it


Space, time and mind: A Theory of Mental Relativity

Before and after the big bang: Dark Energy

A theory concerning Chinese ideograms Kings Wen and Wu


Ferenji, ferenji, ferenji....

Surviving the day after • NBCR • Nuclear, Biological, Chemical,Radiological Civil Defense

The Magic Square In 360 pictures & 360 wallpapers


Tremor therapy

The Interlaced Asymmetrical Cores Transducer (IACT)

TheMagnetic Pyramid

The Cavity Resonator

The pi-coil

  Daylight .......

Space cannot manifest without time, time cannot exist without space. Mind creates both through being originated within spacetime. Spacetime is Mind, human mind is allocated spacetime. The brain perceives space, static (sensory) frames, while the (human) mind perceives time and adds life to the frames bringing the process into awareness. But it is sort of the likes of quantum particles: you cannot measure simultaneously both the frame and the time animating it without affecting the measurement and that is why you cannot "freeze awareness". If we could stop a quantum particle in its trajectory, it would no more be neither a particle nor a wave. We don't know, it might disintegrate or it might transmute "itself" into something else, perhaps anti-quantum, but according to the principle of the conservation of energy it would not vanish, annihilated. This metaphor is now applied to what was said above about awareness, what would happen if it could be stopped - frozen? The neurological machinery bringing it to the surface would instantly cease to work, definitely stop or, possibly, to "be" since the perception of flowing time would vanish, with it the perceiving mind, the allocated spacetime. The great illusion of being would vanish and the sustaining reality would appear: to itself! This means that:

"life is not our experience, but we are an experience of Life".