Can The Human Mind Contain A Black Hole Like The Universe?

Human Mind

The human mind and black hole both are creative sources. Thoughts emerge from the human mind, and galaxies emerge from the black hole. “Scientific evidence suggests that every large galaxy contains a supermassive black hole at its center.” Our galaxy Milky Way has emerged from the black hole Sagittarius located at its center.

 

Theoretical physicist Nikodem Poplawski says, “Our Universe may exist inside a black hole. This may sound strange, but it could be the best explanation of how the Universe began and what we observe today.” 

 

We are part of Creation. An individual’s understanding of the concept of Creation is influenced by his vision. Somebody’s idea about Creation may stay confined to ‘Nature’ or ‘Earth’ only, and somebody may think of the existence of Creation beyond the Universe.

 

If the Universe is the creation of unknown power, then literature is the creation of the human mind. Both are emerging from nothingness or invisible space like a black hole. We can find a similarity in the process of formation of both from the void. In this article, I am making efforts to highlight the existence of the black hole in the Universe and the human mind scientifically. 

 

How can we relate the concept of the black hole to invisible space?

 

 

Ancient Indian yogis believed that energy stays latent in darkness and remains invisible. But it suddenly emerges from the dark and creates the Universe. In Yogi’s words, “Energy remains latent in invisible space (shunyata), and as per its nature, it emerges and creates an oval world.”  The scientists presented the opinion of the emergence of the Universe from the black hole.

 

 

They stated black hole as “A region in space where the pulling force of gravity is so strong that light is not able to escape.” They also said that “Black hole cannot be seen because of the strong gravity that is pulling all of the light into the black hole’s center. However, scientists can see the effects of its strong gravity on the stars and gases around it.

 

 

If a star is orbiting a certain point in space, scientists can study the star’s motion to find out if it is orbiting a black hole.” We can relate the concept of black holes given by the scientists to ancient Indian Yogi’s idea about the existence of the latent energy in the invisible space that created the
Universe.

 

In light of these statements, we can relate the black hole to that latent and hidden space stated by yogis where the spin of energy exists. This spinning energy comes out of the black hole and creates a galaxy at some point in time. The following statement of Nikodem Poplawski can support this point:

 

 

“Torsion, therefore, provides a theoretical foundation for a scenario in which the interior of every black hole becomes a new universe.”

 

 

A general inference could be drawn by the statements mentioned above that, for creating something new, there must be energy in invisible space.

 

 

How to feel the existence of a black hole in the human mind?

 

 


Like the Universe, a black hole can exist in the human mind. It can be sensed as the feeling of absence of something in life. The emergence of such feelings in the human mind motivates to create a new reality in life, and the seed of Willpower gets planted in nothingness or invisible space.

 

 

Then the thoughts and efforts of an individual orbit the Will, and at a point in time in space, an individual’s actions create a new reality, just like a galaxy that emerges from a black hole.

 

 

We are familiar with the term ‘System.’ Thermodynamics, a branch of physics that deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy, defines it as a certain quantity of matter or space understudy or analysis.

 

 

As the human body exchanges matter and energy with the environment, it can be selected as a system for thermodynamic study. A black hole can get created in the human mind in a body system.

 

 

The spinning energy of thoughts and effort can hold energy in the black hole like a strong gravitational pull. It can enhance spontaneous change in ideas and thinking processes.

 

This energy of black hole can resist the human mind from being influenced by external influences and can motivate to concentrate on the ‘Will’ to find ways to create a new reality. This state of the human mind is similar to the isolated type system. “In the natural sciences an isolated system is a physical system without any external exchange – neither matter nor energy can enter or exit, but can only move around inside.”

 

 

How can the seed of Will power in the black hole of the human mind be a boon for us?

 

 

Nikodem Poplawski says, “As energy can be converted into mass, the immensely high gravitational energy in this extremely dense state would cause an intense production of particles, greatly increasing the mass inside the black hole.”

 

 

Atoms create everything in the Universe. The law responsible for the transformation of energy to particles in the black hole may also be responsible for creating a new reality by creating atoms from the energy of Willpower placed in the black hole of the human mind.

 

 

Knowledge of having a black hole within us like the Universe is eventually becoming conscious about our potentials. Education can make new generations aware of their potential. Widening the boundaries of science and setting on the journey from known to unknown and visible to invisible with a liberal scientific approach can bring new light to the world.

 

DEATH IS A BEGINNING IN A NEW FORM

COVID 19 has taken the lives of many of our loved ones.  Many of us felt the pain of helplessness when we realized our inability to arrange for treatment in time. Uncertainty and fear of catching the virus, after taking many precautions, are taking a toll on mental health. Depression invited by overthinking to combat the virus that is an invisible enemy is constantly keeping us alarmed. The death of loved ones in such a situation adds up to complexity. Depression caused by a loved one’s sudden death is difficult to tackle and overcome.

 

Through such situations, nature challenges us to change the perspective of seeing life. Otherwise, the endless worries, uncertainty, fear of losing loved ones will consume us and mental illness will destroy us faster than the virus.

 

There is a way to breakthrough this situation and live a free life. In this article, I want to focus on that way. The course is to change our vision of life.

 

soulmates touching after death

 

 

A Vision to see the Life:

 

The presence of the soul in the body marks the existence of life in it. A soul is a form of energy.  It is like electricity. When soul or spirit is in us, we are alive. Our body retains heat like a wire with heat when electricity flows through it. When the soul leaves the body, it gradually loses heat and the ability to move, just like the wire that comes to average temperature after stopping the flow of electricity. And just like a machine that stops working without electricity.

 

The first law of thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can, however, be transferred from one location to another and converted to and from other forms of energy.

 

This law gives a base to both the believers and non-believers of the afterlife philosophy to create a vision followed by an action to combat the grief of losing loved ones.

 

The soul that left us is a form of energy and energythat cannot be destroyed but can be transformed into another state. This belief can help us realize the presence of our loved ones among us if it is followed by doing something very significant in their name to facilitate life on earth. It can be a practice of placing a bowl of water and grains for birds or sowing seed or planting a tree and watering it everyday to see it growing with life energy. Or we can plan something big involving many people suffering from the loss of their loved ones.

 

Believers in the afterlife philosophy can read books to understand the concept of the soul and its relation to the universe.

 

after death

 

Those who partially believe in the afterlife philosophy can delve deep into knowing the secrets of creation through the philosophies that connect science to spirituality. Understandingthe quantum world and quantum theories following by understanding the soul or the ‘self’ can create a new perspective to visualize the ‘Self’ and its dynamic relation with the universe. Here science will be like a ship and spirituality will serve as a compass to sail the ship to the island of a new vision to live a life connected with the whole of the universe. Such life can be free of loneliness.

 

The whole idea is to shift our consciousness from the grief of losing a loved one to carrying out a practice based on a vision or making efforts to know our relationship with the rest of the creation, can give our heart and mind a new ground to sow the seeds of peace in life.

How to Cope Up With Mental Stress?

Many of us are facing challenges that can be stressful, overwhelming, and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Public health actions, such as social distancing, can make us feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and anxiety.

 

After a traumatic event, people may have strong and lingering reactions. Learning healthy ways to cope and getting the right care and support can help reduce stressful feelings and symptoms.

 

The symptoms may be physical or emotional. Common reactions to a stressful event can include:

 

 

Disbelief:

Feelings of fear, shock, anger, sadness, worry, numbness, or frustration.

Changes in appetite, energy, desires, and interests.

Difficulty sleeping or nightmares, concentrating and making decisions

Physical reactions, such as headaches, body pains, stomach problems, and skin rashes

Worsening of chronic health problems

Worsening of mental health conditions

Increased use of tobacco, alcohol, and other substances

It is natural to feel stress, anxiety, grief, and worry during traumatic events such as mass shootings, natural disasters, or pandemics.

Below are ways that you can help yourself, others, and your communities manage stress.

Make time to unwind. Try to do some other activities you enjoy.

Talk to others. Share your problems and how you are feeling and coping with a parent, friend, counselor, doctor, or pastor.

Connect with others. Talk with people external icons you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.

Connect with your community- or faith-based organizations. If social distancing measures are in place, try connecting online, through social media, or by phone or mail.

Avoid drugs and alcohol. These may seem to help, but they can create additional problems and increase the stress you are already feeling.

 

Healthy Ways to Cope with Stress:

Feeling emotional and nervous or having trouble sleeping and eating can all be normal reactions to stress. Here are some healthy ways you can deal with stress:

Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including those on social media. It’s good to be informed but hearing about the traumatic event constantly can be upsetting. Consider limiting news to just a couple of times a day and disconnecting from phone, tv, and computer screens for a while.

Take care of yourself. Eat healthy, exercise, get plenty of sleep, and give yourself a break if you feel stressed out.

Take care of your body.

Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate external icon.

Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals.

Exercise regularly.

Get plenty of sleep.

Avoid excessive alcohol, tobacco, and substance use.

 

 

Connect with others: Talk with people external icons you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.

Connect with your community:  or faith-based organizations. If social distancing measures are in place, try connecting online, through social media, or by phone or mail.

Avoid drugs and alcohol:  These may seem to help, but they can create additional problems and increase the stress you are already feeling.

Recognize when you need more help:  If problems continue or you are thinking about suicide, talk to a psychologist, social worker, or professional counselor.

Helping Others Cope:

Taking care of yourself can better equip you to take care of others. During times of social distancing, it is especially important to stay connected with your friends and family. Helping others cope with stress through phone calls or video chats can help you and your loved ones feel less lonely or isolated.

Helping Children and Youth Cope with Stress:

Children and youth often struggle with how to cope with stress. Youth can be particularly overwhelmed when their stress is connected to a traumatic event—like a natural disaster, family loss, school shootings, or community violence. Parents, caregivers, and educators can take steps to provide stability and support that help young people feel better.

 

 

Tips for Parents and Caregivers:

It is natural for children to worry when scary or stressful events happen in their lives. Talking to your children about these events can help put frightening information into a more balanced setting. Monitor what children see and hear about stressful events happening in their lives. Here are some suggestions to help children cope:

 

Maintain a normal routine:  Helping children wake up, go to sleep, and eat meals at regular times provide them a sense of stability.

Talk, listen, and encourage expression:  Listen to your child’s thoughts and feelings and share some of yours. After a traumatic event, it is important for children to feel they can share their feelings and that you understand their fears and worries.

Watch and listen. Be alert for any change in behavior: Any changes in behavior may be signs that your child is having trouble and may need support.

Stressful events can challenge a child’s sense of safety and security: Reassure your child about his or her safety and well-being. Discuss ways that you, the school, and the community are taking steps to keep them safe.

Connect with others: Talk to other parents and your child’s teachers about ways to help your child cope. It is often helpful for parents, schools, and health professionals to work together for the well-being of all children in stressful times.

 

 

Tips for Kids and Teens:

After a traumatic event, it is normal to feel anxious about your safety and security. Even if you were not directly involved, you may worry about whether this type of event may someday affect you. Check out the tips below for some ideas to help deal with these fears.

Talk to and stay connected to others: Talking with someone you trust can help you make sense out of your experience. If you are not sure where to turn, call your local crisis intervention center or a national hotline.

Take care of yourself:  Try to get plenty of sleep, eat right, exercise, and keep a normal routine.

Take information breaks:  Pictures and stories about a disaster can increase worry and other stressful feelings. Taking breaks from the news, Internet, and conversations about the disaster can help calm you down.

Tips for School Personnel:

School personnel can help their students restore their sense of safety by talking with the children about their fears. Other tips for school personnel include:

 

 

Reach out and talk: Create opportunities to have students talk, but do not force them. You can be a model by sharing some of your own thoughts as well as correct misinformation.

Watch and listen:  Be alert for any change in behavior. Are students withdrawing from friends? Acting out? These changes may be early signs that a student is struggling and needs extra support from the school and family.

Maintain normal routines: A regular classroom and school schedule can provide a sense of stability and safety. Encourage students to keep up with their schoolwork and extracurricular activities but do not push them if they seem overwhelmed.

Take care of yourself: You are better able to support your students if you are healthy, coping, and taking care of yourself first. Eat healthy, exercise, get plenty of sleep, and give yourself a break if you feel stressed out.

HOW TO VISUALISE OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE UNIVERSE?

Usually, we think that the universe is something far from us. We need a spaceship or rocket to get there. There is also an opinion of considering that the universe works as a non-living machine. This article intends to present that we are part of the universe and share a strong bond, and it doesn’t work merely like a lifeless machine.

Mother & child relationship:

 

The energy that created the universe got accumulated in emptiness, and finally, it gave birth to the universe. We took birth in this universe. So this energy is the part of us too. The elemental particles that created the stars and other matters of the universe are also responsible for our creation. The atoms of calcium in our bones, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our genes, the gold in our filling were created in stars billions of years ago. The atoms of hydrogen were formed even earlier, shortly after the Big Bang began. So our relationship with the universe is like mother and child.

 

The Ocean and the shell relationship:

 

The quantum theory has changed the perspective of visualizing the universe. The Quantum Field Theory of Particle Physics claims that the whole universe is filled with elemental particles like electrons. Their presence is like the waves of an invisible ocean. This theory gave rise to the concept that one part of the universe’s occurrences can connect with the happenings taking place somewhere else. So, at a deeper quantum level, everything exists together. Here we can visualize our relation with the universe as a shell in an ocean that feels the vibration of the waves emerging in the sea.

 

The universe as a giver of productivity:

 

The matters of the universe have a quantum energy field. This energy field is capable of producing quantum particles. These particles are even smaller than atoms. Our thoughts and desires may have electromagnetism to give stability to these quantum particles resulting in the creation of matter. We experience new realities in this materialistic world through our sense organs, so creating a new reality is related to matter creation. Finding out the scientific relation between electromagnetism, the ‘Self’ energy, our thoughts, and desires may give us a clue that the universe has made us productive through her powers.

 

Universe as connector:

 

The atoms of the various matters of the universe can connect through invisible lines of forces. Michael Faraday says in his book Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics, “The smallest atom of matter on the earth acts directly on the smallest atom of matter in the sun, though they are 95,000,000 miles apart; further, atoms which, to our knowledge, are at least nineteen times that distance, and indeed in cometary masses, far more, are in a similar way tied together by the lines of force extending from and belonging to each.”

 

We have heard about telepathy. It may be a process that takes place through the invisible lines of forces that connect the universe’s atoms. Here we can visualize the universe as a connecting force.

 

Mirror of thoughts and emotions:

 

Emoto water experiment done by Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that water could react to our emotions. The water sample exposed to a positive environment showed a beautiful crystalline structure and vice versa in a negative atmosphere when observed under the dark field microscope. Thus water, which is an element of the universe, serves as a mirror of our thoughts and emotions.

 

Conclusion: Pinning hope on future researches:

 

Many people have experienced the guiding power of the universe through dreams, number patterns, synchronicities, and many other ways. Science still has to walk a long way to discover the magical relation between human beings and universal energy. Humankind could be blessed with a new vision to realize the relationship with the universe if science could join hands with philosophy and spirituality to find out scientific means for this purpose.