In the beginning civilisations created truths to understand better the world they lived in. A lot of these truths have since been explained by science and other schools of thought. But, what if we trusted biology rather than physics when looking for meaning in our daily lives?
In this post we’ll take a look at some of these biocentric views and how they fit in with our perception of the world we live in.
#1: Free Will
As opposed to believing that free will is non-existent and that our destinies are pre-determined, biocentrism states that we are in control of our thoughts, choices and ultimately our future.
Evolution states what happened in the past without having an explanation for the driving force behind it. Biocentrism on the other hand argues that we are the driving force, and that we create space and time.
Religion and the nature of God is one of the inexplicable things in life. Biocentrism has however made the argument that we can recreate this paradigm to create a consciousness-based physical reality.
The belief in death is based on the idea that we have no control over what happens. Biocentrism explains that there is no death, and that energy cannot be created or destroyed.
Space is viewed as an object that exists. According to biocentrism this is not true, and it is explained as a tool used by our brains to fathom the information we have to digest and to mould and view it into a multidimensional image.
#6: Big Bang Theory
Instead of explaining the existence of the world by way of the Big Bang Theory, biocentrism notes that nothing can exist without it being perceived. We are then the creators of this reality, time and space.
Even though we measure everything with time, it is not a physical thing or being. We still use it to measure and relate to the world. In essence, it does not exist, and is seen as a range of possibilities.
#8: The Self
General beliefs dictate that the self is separate from the external world. But this is however not the case. Biocentrism stats that the creator and observer (you) makes up the entire existence.
The topics discussed here are considered to be the eight secrets of life according to biocentrism, the belief that life creates reality. In essence, it shifts the way the world was thought of and experienced and turns our understanding of our relation to it upside down. All these points are however fascinating and makes one wonder about the truth behind it all.