A guest post written by Diana Colarossi from San Juan Capistrano, California
Recently I watched a rebroadcast of the documentary “Quantum Activist.” I appreciated what I understood to be physicist Dr. Amit Goswami’s declaration of the reality of a unifying, perfect consciousness that realizes heaven on earth – that a knowledge and practice of higher consciousness based upon love, peace, and goodness will transform a conventional approach to health and life.
Goswami makes his conclusions through the modern lens of quantum physics, which comes with a warning to the physical senses because its conclusions regarding matter turn the physical view of the universe on edge. And this theory appears to point to the same truth that has resounded throughout time – even before the discovery of quantum physics.
Christ Jesus’ existence also turned the physical universe on edge. He restored health to multitudes of people with love, using no physical manipulation or medicine. His recorded acts could not be explained by physicality. He stilled a torrential storm, brought forth two people who were believed to be dead as living, walked on water, and rose from the dead. These acts were commonly interpreted as exceptions to the physical nature of the universe; but shouldn’t they instead be recognized as what perfect, real consciousness is?
Christ Jesus claimed his unity with his creator, Father. He said, “I and my Father are one.” And describing a time after his physical disappearance he said, “In just a little while the world will no longer see me, but you’re going to see me because I am alive and you’re about to come alive. At that moment you will know absolutely that I’m in my Father, and you’re in me, and I’m in you.” It’s interesting to note that nineteenth-century health researcher Mary Baker Eddy, in her seminal writing, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, defines “Father” as “Eternal Life, the one Mind, the divine Principle, commonly called God.”
Is Goswami’s acknowledgement of a unifying, perfect consciousness the Father that Jesus spoke about and that was in Christ Jesus and is in us? Was Jesus acknowledging this Consciousness in us when he said, “The kingdom of God is within you”? Did Jesus credit this Consciousness in us as the healer when he told a person he appeared to heal, “Thy faith hath made thee whole”?
These questions and and many others about the Father, Consciousness, heaven, and health lead back to another question: Were all the biblical healings and miracles early quantum activism?