The Dreaming Universe -or- What the Bleep Do We Know
What the Bleep Do We Know -or- Spooky Action at a Distance
At the dawn of the 20th century Max Planck laid the conceptual foundations for a quantum mechanical view of nature. A philosophical view that the ancient Greeks had already alluded to, however did not have the technology and scientific tools to prove the theory. Despite his confusion and misgivings about what he had discovered, Planck realized that his classic Cartesian and Newtonian mathematical view of the universe had been shattered by the scientific insight into the workings of quantum reality. Albert Einstein who provided his own relativity theory of how nature operates, expanded the scientific view and horizons of the Cartesian and Newtonian universe. Einstein coined the metaphoric phrase "spooky action at a distance", which refers to the quantum metaphoric ghost in the machine concept of "quantum entanglement". Quantum entanglement was experimentally proven in 1972.
This quantum process is apparent in many dreams sent to the International Institute for Dream Research (IIDR). Telepathic dreams PSI Factor, theosophical dreams Your Daily Horoscope and remote viewing The Stargate Program (Stargate program used by the US military) are but a few illustrations that fit the description. Fred Allan Wolf The Dreaming Universe: A Mind-Expanding Journey into the Realm Where Psyche and Physics Meet suspects that the dreaming brain may be a ‘dreamstage' of "quantum-physical processes". Wolf discusses the work of the physicist Wolfgang Pauli and the psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, who attempted to create a unified language and frame work for mind, body, quantum physics and depth psychology. The popular film What the Bleep Do We Know often described as pseudo-science, features what has become known as quantum mysticism. The Global Consciousness Project can be viewed as being part of this fold.