At some point in our lives, I’m sure we’ve all questioned what happens after death. Do we go to heaven? Is there really a “hell”? Is it the end of life, the complete emptiness? Does reincarnation exist? When bodies die, do we as a consciousness die as well? Or do we start to exist elsewhere?
These are all very interesting questions, and I’m certain some of them have caught your eye already. The truth is, due to the constant development of science, and the thought-provoking discoveries in quantum physics, many scientists have been questioning what really happens after life too.
To answer these questions, scientists have posed a different theory to the one most people are used to. Here is what Biocentrism and progressive-thinking scientists are saying about it:
1. The “reality” we experience is a construct of our senses
We live in a world that seems to be all too real and concrete. But the truth is, everything we experience comes down to our senses, which “transport” the information gathered to the brain. This means our reality could be completely different if our senses were to be genetically modified. Colour blind people are a great example of this. Even though they know that the reality they see isn’t the reality everyone else experiences, to them it is still completely true, nonetheless. This means that reality itself depends on the consciousness of who is experiencing it.
2. Time and space as we know them are illusions
We see and experience time in three separate concepts: past, present and future. But studies suggest that this is not really how it happens. In fact, both time and space are concepts created in our brain that allow us to understand reality in a way we can live in it.
(You can find out more about it HERE)
3. We’re made out of energy
Despite the fact that we live in a perceived physical and material world, and so do our bodies, to the very core of life, everything is made of energy. And energy doesn’t die. It can’t be created nor destroyed. And since we’re made of energy, this means we can’t die either.
So what does quantum physics and the Biocentrism theory suggest?
Well, according to this theory, and also the two-slit experiment, which you can find in the link above, there are infinite possibilities to an event. And to these possibilities, the Biocentrism theory calls “alternative universes” of the multiverse. This means that there is a universe for every single possibility of the moment you are experiencing right now, and all of these happen simultaneously. And that every person has their own universe as well, so even if in your universe a dear person to you had recently passed away after being in an accident, in that person’s universe she could have avoided the accident altogether and just continue on living, despite having died in your universe. What this suggests is that instead of dying, the person simply moves on to another universe in which the accident has not happened.
It seems there’s some truth to this theory, yet it still doesn’t account for dying of old age. Regardless, it seems that our scientists are opening up for alternative views on this matter, which is definitely getting more complex, and are getting further down this rabbit whole of a subject.
While we can’t say for sure, yet, what happens after our current bodies cease to exist, this theory in which we simply move on to another universe, can definitely get us thinking.
Give us your thoughts about it, below.