Is There a Complete Theory of the Origin of the Universe?

////Is There a Complete Theory of the Origin of the Universe?

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    Deepak Chopra
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    In this video I am answering two questions.

    Question 1:
    “There are many theories on the origin of the universe, none having a complete explanation. Is your book You Are the Universe a presentation of a new and complete theory of the universe?”

    Question 2:
    “Deepak, given that when dinosaurs started their 10 million years here, they were small in size, number and were plant eating – then they evolved in size, variety, became carnivorous & eventually became the most destructive species on the planet & were dispensed with.

    So with the human experience, (aprox 400,000 years) we have evolved to become even more rapidly & effectively destructive. Do you believe we will awake from the illusory form identity that underpins the lived dysfunction, to realise our divine One true identity as Source in an infinite variety of forms, each of which is gifted flow only by living in harmonious cooperation with each other and all species including animals, plants, rivers, ocean, air & all….to co-create a Source intended Heaven or do you feel we will humanly follow the dinosaurs?”

    Let me know what you think!

    Love,
    Deepak

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    Vikram Chauhan
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    @vikram-chauhan

    Hi Deepak,

    You didn’t answer the question directly “Is there a complete theory of the origin of the universe”. In fact yours is a complete theory.

    1. The universe is nothing but thoughts (awareness, consciousness)
    2. The thoughts are nothing but potential – that come into being and go
    3. Before the universe, we had a potential of thoughts
    4. The universal consciousness collapsed the potential thoughts into an actual thought
    5. The actual thought collapsed other potential thoughts into actual thoughts (both animate and inanimate objects)
    6. The animate objects had thought as their intrinsic property and, their thought kept collapsing the potential thoughts into actuality
    7. This happened until humans came – and humans extrapolated the universe to the big bang

    Am I correct in my thinking here?

    Thanks,
    Vikram

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    Vikram Chauhan
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    There are two routes that can occur (A. or B.)-

    A.
    For point 5. above, it is important to note the following:
    5. The actual thought collapsed other potential thoughts into actual thoughts (both animate and inanimate objects)

    Note:
    a. After step 4, when an actual thought goes into possibilities, it goes into a plethora of possibilities.
    b. When we again collapse one of the possibilities into actuality, we still have other possibilities to collapse
    c. As the actual thought develops, so does the possibilities of that thought develop (for the case it goes into possibilities)

    This is different than step 4.
    4. The universal consciousness collapsed the potential thoughts into an actual thought

    Here:
    a. The potential thoughts were just collapsed into a single actual thought
    b. We didn’t have more than one collapse – we just had one collapse: just like wave of electrons is collapsed into a single electron

    B.
    a. The universal consciousness collapsed one of the possible thoughts into an actual thought – the rest of the possible thoughts remained in potential
    b. Once the actual thought was born, it had more control on the possible thoughts than the universal consciousness – and collapsing of thoughts depended solely on him
    c. The actual thought had more control on collapsing the thoughts in potential because the universal conscious was now a “weak” collapsing force, as compared to the actual thought

    Out of the two routes, route B seems more plausible. Please let me know what do you think?

    Thanks,
    Vikram

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