-To all those who believe in the unseen-
Can experience of something serve as the basis of judgment of what we have to know?
The presence of experience itself alters our intended knowledge and understanding about certain phenomena existing beyond our physical dimension. I am not claiming that experience should be excluded when one wants to understand something but it should not serve as a leverage in our understandings of incomprehensible phenomenon. How can you comprehend the incomprehensible by using the same kind of comprehension?
Many times, what we know have limited us to comprehend those that we do not know! It takes someone to be absent minded to become completely minded, to be senseless to become sensible, or to be ignorant completely of what is already known so as to discover the unknown. We do not see what we are meant to see because we look to see the things which we want to see. We have limited our abilities to only physical phenomena in such a way that those who introduce non-physical entities are believed to exist in fantasies.
So how can we involve ourselves into innovations, creativity and all sorts of discoveries? How can we solve problems that are around us? Can we use the same knowledge that we had previously? The knowledge that we have should just serve as an enlightener towards the discoveries of unknown phenomena. So far, the same kind of approach that has been used since the earlier inventions of physical phenomena are not compatible in discoveries of all non-physical phenomena.
“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”? Nikola Tesla
By Tumaini Chacha
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