In the News (ZME SCIENCE): “‘Scientists say the human brain resembles the cosmos’
“Both neural and galactic networks have the same structure, pointing to a fractal universe.
“Side by side pictures of brain cells and a cosmic web of galaxies make it difficult to tell the two apart. So it can seem that the universe is like one giant brain or vice-versa, there’s a tiny universe in each of our brains. That’s not merely some entertaining thought. In a new study, an astrophysicist and a neurosurgeon have documented the striking similarities between cosmic networks of galaxies and neural networks of brain cells.”
Question: Can we say that when we freeze looking at the sky full of stars, there is some kind of breathing and some kind of connection?
Answer: Of course. I would say that the sky is a very beautiful demonstration of our inner qualities.
Question: Does it mean that the sky is what exists in us?
Answer: Of course. Where can you see all this from? You see yourself!
Question: Am I seeing myself? Then why do I freeze in delight? Almost everyone sees this sky and freezes. What is there to cause this delight?
Answer: You are shown a little bit of what is inside of you in a mechanistic way like this. In fact, you see yourself from within. This amazes you a little, delights you, and touches you.
Question: What is the most important thing I need to see inside myself?
Answer: That there is an infinite possibility in you, an infinite number of all possible qualities. You have to start connecting them all together somehow and you will receive the Creator. We need to look at the starry sky more often.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 6/30/22