Now that the most philosophically controversial predictions of QM have—finally—been experimentally confirmed without remaining loopholes, there are no excuses left for those who want to avoid confronting the implications of QM. Lest we continue to live according to a view of reality now known to be false, we must shift the cultural dialogue towards coming to grips with what nature is repeatedly telling us about herself.https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/coming-to-grips-with-the-implications-of-quantum-mechanics/
Here it is.
This is the peak of rational human development.
Knowing this is to know all. Know as in experience.
Now what happens?
How does knowing this improve our development, our ‘evolution’?
It will not until it is connected to your daily existence. Your moment to moment passing.
Your momentary connection that allowed you to know your eternity is now being processed by your ego.
It feels special now having experienced ‘reality’.
You are now awake. You get it.
What happens now? What does your rational mind do with this information?
Those of you here at this point of awakening are only halfway there.
Knowing this is just a step. It is not the peak. How does it affect your behavior?
Now you are floating around with this profound knowledge that you have experienced.
Things start to get difficult as you increase your understanding of the implications of your experience.
They don’t fit well with what you have ‘discovered’.