Sunday, 29 January 2017

Part 2. Introduction to Transurfing. The Transurfing World Model.

Introduction to Transurfing.

Part 2
Parts 2-4 will introduce you to the theoretical background of Transurfing. The method of Transurfing is based on the Model of Variations, which offers a new and fundamentally different view on how the world works. Humanity does not know that it is possible to simply get what he desires, instead of striving for it. So how is this possible?

A way out: The Transurfing World Model 
And yet, there is a way out. The way out is as simple as it is pleasant, unlike all the alternatives listed above, because it is to be found in another plane. The notion of destiny within Transurfing is based on an entirely different view of the world. Now, don’t go waving your hands in the air and shouting in disappointment that this is just another attempt to feed you a bunch of nonsense. You’ll agree that every known idea of destiny is based upon a specific world-view which is in turn based on a few premises that cannot be proved completely.
For instance, materialism is founded on the idea that matter came first and then came consciousness, whereas idealism claims the exact opposite. And yet, it is not possible to prove any of the two. Nonetheless, both ideas have been used to construct convincing world models that have acquired many faithful advocates. The two schools, each in their own way, are able to explain the nature of the world philosophically, scientifically, and from a religious point of view. And they are both right and wrong at the same time. We will never be able to define the absolute truth, because of the relative nature of the concepts we use to do so. The well-known parable of the three blind men describes how one of them felt the elephant’s trunk, the second felt his foot, and the third the elephant’s ear. Based on their perceptions each of them came to a different conclusion about what the animal looked like. Therefore, trying to prove that one way of looking at things is truer than the other is pointless. The important thing is that a particular way of looking at things works for you. 
You’re probably familiar with the well- known idea that reality is an illusion we create ourselves. Yet, no one has really explained where this illusion comes from.
So are we just watching a “movie”? That is, of course, very unlikely, but in a sense there is a grain of truth in that statement. There is also the opposite opinion - the material world is just a mechanism that operates under strict laws. In a world like that, minds are unable to determine anything.
Nevertheless, the mind of man is constantly striving to resolve ambiguities. It really wants to shatter one theory to pieces, only to idealize another. Basically, this is what scientists do, centuries after centuries. But after each struggle for the truth, one fact remains on the battlefield: Any theory is nothing but a separate piece of the manifestation that is our multifaceted reality. Each theory is supported by the time during which it was developed, and therefore, it has the right to exist. Any view of life works in the same way. If you have decided that fate is something predetermined, something that you are not in a position to change, then it will be that way. In that case, you are willingly putting your life into someone else’s hands, and it doesn’t really matter in whose. The thing is that you turn into a little paper boat that follows the waves of the sea, bending to their will. If, on the other hand, you believe that you shape your own destiny, then you consciously take responsibility for everything that happens in your life. You are struggling with the waves, trying to take control of your little boat. Keep in mind that your choice is always made into reality. What you choose is what you get. Whatever worldview you adopt, it will be a right one. However, you should know that others would disagree and argue with you simply  because they are also right in whatever world-view they adopt. If you take any phenomenon in our reality, and make it the point of reference, you will be able to create an entire field of science. This field would have no contradictions within itself and it would therefore, successfully reflect one of the manifestations of reality. To create an entire knowledge system like a field of science, it’s enough to take a couple of facts that don’t even have to be fully understood, but which nonetheless have a place in the system.
For example, quantum physics is based on several improvable truths, called postulates. They cannot be proved, because they are the initial points of reference of quantum physics. In quantum physics, a micro object will act as a particle in some cases and as a wave in others. Scientists were unable to interpret such dualism unambiguously, and so, they simply accepted that this is the way things were. The postulates of quantum physics are able to accommodate the immense variety of shapes and forms through which our reality can be manifested. Almost as if, the blind men in our parable would agree upon the fact that an elephant sometimes behaves as a pole and sometimes as a snake.
If, when describing a micro object, we choose to see it as a particle, we would get a model of an atom first built by the famous physicist Niels Bohr. In the given model, electrons re- volve around the nucleus much as planets re- volve around the sun in our Solar System. If, on the other hand, we take a wave as the micro object’s fundamental characteristic, then the atom will look like a blurred stain. Both models work, they just reflect different and separate forms of the ways in which reality can be manifested. Therefore, once again we get whatever we choose.
Basically, any manifestation of reality can be a point of reference, creating a knowledge system, and it will certainly function and have a place in the world. While chasing the truth, people always wanted to understand the nature of the world they were living in. They tried to accomplish that by studying particular features. The massive scientific knowledge was created by describing and ex- plaining specific natural phenomena. This is how separate branches of knowledge came to be. Interestingly enough, these are often contradicting each other.
The world is a whole by its nature and yet, it is always taking on different appearances. While people try hard to examine and explain one appearance, another one enters the stage and is contradictory to the previous one. Scientists try to unite different mani- festations of reality so that contradictions can be removed. However, that is an extremely hard thing to do. There is only one single fact that is not subject to any doubt, a fact that is able to unite and reconcile all branches of knowledge - the immense variety of forms through which our reality can appear to us. The diversity of variations is the foremost and fundamental quality of our world.
Distracted by the attempts to explain the separate manifestations, adherents of different schools of thought avoid the fact of the multiplicity of variations. Indeed, what else could you extract from this fact? The multiplicity serves as a beginning of the story or even a point of origin. Any departing points of different branches of knowledge are secondary in relation to it. However, no one bothers with the point of origin, as if it contains no information at all. But, oh yes, it does. It contains the most incredible information.
We will have to use the multiplicity of variations as our starting point, in order to solve the Riddle of the Overseer. In other words, we will claim that reality can be manifested in an infinite number of ways. Despite the general nature of our claim, we will find that it will reveal the most interesting and unexpected knowledge.
Let’s start with the fact that all forms through which our reality is manifested must have an origin, a place where the multitude of variations exists. Where are the “laws” of our world recorded? The world reveals itself as matter moving through space and time. And moving matter is subject to certain laws. As you know, points are distributed on a function graph according to a specific math- ematical formula. We could say that the movement of a point on a graph is governed by a defined function. However, the formulas and laws are just abstract inventions of our minds, created to facilitate our understanding and to explain what we perceive with our senses. It’s highly unlikely that nature is keeping these formulas and laws hidden somewhere.
How else can we fix points on a graph? Well, we could of course store the exact coordinates for each point, which is already a prob- lem because there is an infinite amount of them. Our memory is only that big and can- not handle such a massive amount of information. But, to nature - infinity is not a problem. There is no need for nature to generalize the location and movement of points on a graph by using a formula. If we were to break up a linear function into an infinite number of small points, then each point could be considered a cause and each consecutive point could be considered an effect. Thus, the movement of any material point in space and time can be viewed as an infinitely long and continuous chain of infinitely small causes and effects.

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