Einstein declared, “Science without religion is lame. But science and faith have been locked in a death struggle since Copernicus, Kepler and Galileo, by pointing out the earth wasn’t the center of the universe, threatened spiritual authority. Both groups have now been wasting tremendous levels of energy trying to prove each other wrong. As a result, most folks think they need to pick on a side. Nonetheless, there’s an essential question that few people ask.
Is this supposedly impossible rift between religion and science real? Or is this an artificial problem created and fueled by two groups who rather have power over each other than actual solutions? We are being cheated by both groups out of tremendously significant advancement which could be produced if they would join forces if this is true. Happily, you will find scientists and spiritual leaders who have put their bias apart and opened their heads to the advice the universe would like to give them.
An increasing number of quantum physicists are following Einstein’s lead. Instead of stubbornly clinging to the unproven assumption that consciousness evolved from matter, they’re finding that consciousness permeates the very basis of the subatomic universe. Instead of an assortment of independent parts, they’ve discovered the universe is one interrelated whole. Their findings also illustrate that the worldwide ground of consciousness links everything in existence. Quantum research has prompted many physicists to adopt the concept that there is a greater brains at work.
Throughout history, their minds have opened . The knowledge they gained through the direct experience of God differs from most religious teachings, but these spiritual masters valued truth a lot more than power. As they voluntarily let go of their own affections and social conditioning and aversions, they could understand what the universe is attempting to tell us. We can locate their wisdom in Eastern writings like the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, as well as the works of Rumi, Shankara and Patanjali to name some. But surprisingly, this wisdom can be found in the words of Jesus.