The Biocentric Universe


First Principle of Biocentrism: What one perceives as reality is a process that involves ones consciousness. An external reality, if existed, would by definition have to exist in space. Yet, as space and time are not absolute realities, they are rather tools of the human and animal mind, due to the non-temporal and non-local nature of the universe.

Second Principle: Ones external and internal perceptions are inextricably intertwined. As different sides from the same coin, they are indivisible from one another. As George Berkeley once stated, the only thing we perceive are our perceptions. Therefore, what is considered to be “out there” is, in essence, equivalent to what is “in here”.

Third Principle: For instance, the behaviour of all subatomic particles and objects are inextricably linked to the presence of the observer. For instance, the phenomena of the particle wave duality. The act of observation, hence alters the experiment by the mere act of observation. Without the presence of a conscious  observer, they most likely exist in an undetermined state of probability waves.

Fourth Principle: Without consciousness, matter dwells in an undetermined state of probability. Any universe that could have preceded consciousness, more likely only existed in a probability state.

Fifth Principle: The structure of the universe is explainable only through biocentrism. As the Universe is fine-tuned for life, as it may, it is thought that life creates the universe and not the other way around. For instance, according to the principle of mediocrity, circumstances to create life on earth are not singular, hence one could easily arrive at the inference that similar planets to Earth would be able to facilitate life. The fact that life is not an accidental consequence, but a premeditated one. A necessitated one.

Sixth Principles: Time does not possess a true existence outside of animal-sense perception. It is the process by which ones perceives changes in the observable universe. For instance, the lack of existence of time before the big-bang, however it should be noted that Einsteins relativity is incompatible with the conception of quantum mechanics.

Seventh Principle: Space, similar to the time, is not supposed to be considered to be an object. Space is another form of ones animal understanding and does not possess an independent reality. Thus, there is no absolute self-existing matrix, in which physical events occur independent of life.

Lets examine certain principles of biocentrism further:

The Third Principle of Biocentrism: In 1997, the Swiss researcher Nicholas Gisin and his team constructed entangled photons and sent them along seven miles along optical fibres. They would encounter an interferometer, where it would be able to take two paths, which are always selected randomly. Throughout the course of the experiment, Gisin discovered that whichever option the photon would take, its twin would naturally and instantaneously. The second photons reaction was without delay, and thus it is presumed to be simultaneous. In addition, through the experiments of the past decade, Einsteins insistence upon locality appears to be erroneous. The inference that nothing can influence anything else at superluminal speeds is mistaken. Rather, the entities observed are floating in a field that is not limited by the external space-time. The experiments of Heisenberg, Bell, Grisin and Wineland returns one to the act of observation. For instance, it has been conclusively proven that if one watches a subatomic particle, it behaves like a particle or a wave simultaneously, that retains the right to exhibit all possibilities, including passing through both holes at the same time. At present, the implications of these experiments are conveniently disregarded or played down, as until recently, quantum behaviour was limited to the microscopic world. Therefore, the behaviour of subatomic particles is inextricably linked to the presence of an observer. Without the presence of a conscious observer, they remain in an undetermined state of probability waves.

Fifth Principle of Biocentrism: The phenomenal world appears to be designated for life, not just at the microscopic scale of the atom, but at the level of the universe itself. No matter which logic one adopts, one has to accept the fact that the cosmos may not be the way it seems. By the late sixties, it had become evident to certain researchers, that if the Big Bang had been just one part in a million more powerful, the cosmos would have blown outward too swiftly to allow stars and worlds to form, resulting in no forms of stable life, as we know it now. However, more coincidentally, the universes four forces and all of its constants are just perfectly arranged for atomic interactions. The existence of atoms, elements, planets, liquid water and life could be made entirely undone, if one were to tweak any of the constants. In 2001, physicists discovered a bizarre occurrence, the fine-structure constant appears to be very gradually becoming bigger. Henceforth, as the universe is in a state of flux, the constants would also be gradually changing alongside the universe. Therefore, the very structure of the universe is explainable through biocentrism. It is fine tuned for life to exist. In a way, life creates the universe, as it is simply the complete spatio-temporal logic of the self.

Sixth Principle of Biocentrism: In classical science, entropy is not comprehensible without a directionality of time, as it is a non-reversible mechanism. In fact, entropy defies the arrow of time. Without entropy, time would not be required to exist at all. Instead of the act of structure loss and disorganisation, representing a concrete directionality of time, it could be viewed as a demonstration of random action. Resultant entropy is merely a loss within the minds manner of perceiving patters and order. As the ancient debate still continues, the answer may be more complex than originally expected. In the biocentric viewpoint, time is the inner form of the animal sense that animates events, the still frames, of the spacial world. The mind animates the phenomenal world. Each weaves a series of spacial states into an order, as it may. For instance, Heinbergs uncertainty principle, position belongs to the outer world and momentum, which involves the temporal component, belongs to the inner world. Time does not exist in the universe independent of life. It does not truly exist in the context of life, it exists with the individual. Henceforth, time does not possess any real existence, except within perception. It is processed by which one perceives changes in the universe.

Seventh Principle of Biocentrism: Einsteins relativity has shown that space is not a constant, not absolute and therefore not inherently substantive. For instance, extremely high speed travel would force intervening space to essentially shrink to nothingness. In true figures, if one were headed toward the star Sirius at 99 percent of lights speed of 186,282.4 miles per second, it would be discovered that is was barely more than one light year away, not the 8.6 light years that it was originally measured. If one were to move 99.9999999 percent of light speed, which is allowable by the law of physics, space would change to almost nothing.

Another way of observing the vacuity of space would be the modern discovery of virtual particles of physical matter.   Although it appears seemingly empty, it is in actuality a living animated field, that is anything but vacant. This energy is also referred to as zero point energy, it begins to show itself, when all other pervasive kinetic energies have quieted down at the temperature of absolute zero at -459.67 Fahrenheit. It has been experientially confirmed since 1949 via the Casimir effect, which causes close spaced metal plates to become powerfully pressed together. By the waves of vacuum energy outside them. The tiny spaces between the plates stifles the energy waves by leaving them insufficient space to push back against the force.

As space, similar to time, is not an object. Space is another form of ones animal understanding and does not possess an independent reality. Like time, space is also carried around with us. Thus, there is no absolute, self-existing matrix, in which physical events occur independent of life.

Loren Eiseley once stated that “We are too content with our sense organs, it is no longer enough to see as a man sees, even to the end of the universe.” One cannot adequately perceive without incorporating the essence of perception itself, which is consciousness. Although one need not understand something in order to enjoy its benefits, throughout history humanity has strived towards that degree of comprehension of reality. As the universe it its entirety is the sum of all nature and consciousness, it has no comparative, nor does it exist within any other matrix or context. Mankinds logic and language lack any meaningful manner in which to apprehend or to visualize it as a whole. This profound limitation should be immediately obvious. If a larger reality was to exist, it could not be inferred from a mere study of the nature of its components. Similarly, if the over-arching consciousness constitutes a form of meta-universe, it may contain properties unpredictable from any study of its components. Within eastern religions, the hypothesis of the Big Bang is irrelevant, as time is illusory and the universe is eternal. Life in itself is eternal, as all is fundamentally one due to the interconnected nature of reality itself. The goal of life is to perceive cosmic truth via losing the false sense of illusion and separateness, through direct ecstatic experience. In the biocentric viewpoint, the notion that one single consciousness pervades everything and that appearances of individuality are true only on a relative level, yet are not true fundamentally. The universal applicability of numerous constants and physical laws, including the connectedness in quantum theory’s EPR correlations, in which objects vastly far apart remain intimately connected, would become innately more logical, if solipsism was to be true. However, in essence, consciousness is ones perception. Although one may not adequately be able to evidence that all is fundamentally one, the perception itself can be proved. The essence of consciousness, which is basically infinite awareness or perception. It is the one aspect, which is capable of surviving physical death, although classical science may be unsure what for, the biocentric viewpoints in one of the few perspectives that incorporate the element of consciousness into the components of science as a whole. All sorts of mental phenomena have yielded to scientific investigation in recent years, yet consciousness has stubbornly persisted, as one of the deepest problems of science. Even the tools of neuroscience cannot provide a full account of conscious experience and yet no object can withstand maximum concentration. It is evident that there is still much to be explored and one cannot maintain a closed mind throughout this process. All options have to be considered in fine detail. Countless theories functions so smoothly on paper, yet the practical nature of them cannot survive the initial trial. Once quantum physics is truly unlocked, the possibilities of advancement become endless, as it can truly be combined with almost all sectors of human achievement.

Biocentric Space-Time

As time and space are more often than not intimately interconnected, it cannot exist on its own apart from life and human conception. All working models for relativity within physics, from Newtons law and Einsteins field equations through quantum mechanics, have no requirement for time. Time is a concept that is seeking a function, except when one refers to it as change, for instance in the form of acceleration. Yet, change, symbolically marked by the Greek capital letter delta is not the same as time. Scientifically, time appears to be indispensable in just one area, which is thermodynamics, whose second law has no meaning at all without time. The second law is described as entropy, which can only function with the directionality of time. In the biocentric perspective, it cannot exist independent from life that acknowledges it. Similar to the concept of Dharma, it is always with the individual. Time within the biocentric universe is not sequential, even though habitual perceptions may dictate that it is. For instance, the time dilation effect is minor until it nears the speed of light. At 98 percent of light speed, time travels half its average speed. At 99 percent, it is merely one seventh as fast. If one were to travel inside a rocket at 99 percent the speed of light, one would experience the consequential sevenfold time dilation. One would have aged a decade in ten years worth of travel. If one were to return to Earth, one would discover that seventy years have passed. Whilst ten years would have passed for the crew on the rocket, at the same time seven decades would have passed on Earth. This phenomena is the slowdown of time, relevant due to the relativity and speed of time in variant locations. In essence, time is truly dependent upon perception. Therefore, the passing of time can be altered, dependent upon the measurements and perceptions of the individual. For instance, a day would not consist of the same amount of hours on Venus as it would on Planet Earth. Time is a fixed arrow of human construction, and it is not always as fixed as previously decided. As Einstein once stated “Time is what we measure with a clock. Space is what we measure with a measuring rod.” Clocks, in essence, are rhythmic devices, containing processes that are repetitive, which leads to the inevitable, yet ancient, conclusion that time does not possess any true existence outside of the mind. It is processes by which changes are measured within the phenomenal universe. However, its comprehension is essential in order to understand larger subjects such as the theory behind ordinary and extraordinary time travel.

Ancient Philosophy Within Biocentricism

Within countless eastern religions, the conception that all is interconnected and that all is fundamentally one is widespread. The appearance of individual separate forms is illusory, and is often referred to as “Maya” or “Samsara”. As time and space is considered to be another illusionary component of reality, life is eternal. Most branches of Hinduism and Buddhism believe that this is achieved through the process of reincarnation, yet others, such as Advaita Vedanta, maintain the belief that no birth and death actually occur. The goal and purpose of life is to experience cosmic truth by losing the false sense of illusion of separateness through direct ecstatic experience, variously known as Samadhi, Nirvana, Enlightenment or Self-Realisation. Within the ancient scriptures, the universe has always existed and will continue to exists. However, if solipsism were to be a reality, it would perhaps sightly disrupt the thesis of the biocentric, yet it would not entirely destroy it. In my professional opinion, I am certain that both theories would be able to work hand in hand, due to the acknowledgement of consciousness within the notion of physics. The concept that greater mechanisms and unpredictable occurrences may be random or may not yet be objectively observed would efficiently merge with Biocentrism, as would it seven principles. Nonetheless, as there is a strong verisimilitude of separate organisms within the phenomenal world, each possessing its own consciousness, it may be a little far fetched to assume that perhaps each being would share the same source of energy or even stream of consciousness, however even within quantum theory, there are a wide variety of experiments, which would be in support of the matter, that all is fundamentally one. Since mankind may not yet be able to view the universe from the outside, no one would be able to adequately discern truth from fiction, however it is still unknown whether we are a part of larger universes, or whether we are in the centre of all probable parallel universes or even whether this universe could be considered a parallel universe for another universe. The notion that all is one may appear senseless from a human perspective, although from a distant, more objective outlook, our universe may be a grain of sand on the beach in comparison to the infinity of probable universes within existence.


Although the mathematical possibility of ones consciousness ending is zero, one should take into consideration the experiment, involving the Hardon Collider in Switzerland. The calculations were accurate, however had they not been, it would have resulted in the collapse of the Universe. It is rumoured that few parallel universes actually did collapse. However, in theory, if specific elements would trigger the quantum vacuum collapse, the planet of mankind would be destroyed in less than a second, followed by a wave of destruction that would spread through the Universe at the speed of light. Yet, this scenario allows for the enquiry, if the consciousness of the individual would persist in case of the collapse of the multi-verse? Perhaps another universe were to come into being, replacing the former meta-universe. Within the scriptures of Eastern Religions, such as the Bhagavad Gita, the destruction of the universe is foretold. It would occur in one of three ways. Each would encompass the inevitable fall of mankind. According to the ancient belief structures, the first kind of transformation would be induced destruction, stated to affect all beings on Earth, which occurs at the end of each Kalpa, the cycle of the Yugas. The second would include natural destruction, that would include the entire universe. It is said to happen when the divine dream, which is the world, ceases to be. Matter, space and time cease to exist at the end of time itself (Vishnu Purana). The third form of destruction is known as the immediate destruction, refers to the liberation of the individual for whom the phenomenal world ceases to exist. Truth be told, it is an inevitable fact that the demise of humanity will take place. It is also inevitable for the sun to expand and eventually this area of space would become a part of a black hole. It is the cycle of universe. Creation, destruction and transformation. A cycle of learning, as it may, beyond the physical processes to which we cling so heavily.

Countless individuals are of the opinion that Planet Earth is overdue an Ice Age. Considering the change of Alaska and the South Pole that notion appears more than reasonable. Yet, for what reason? What could trigger the climatic change of an entire planet, reducing the population to its former state of living? Although many global warming claims are widely disputed, the increase of natural disasters cannot be disputed. The global weather is distinctly disruptive and out of its normal routine. 500 lightning strikes hit Washington within one picture frame, subsequently Switzerland is hit by close to 30’000 lightening strikes within four hours. Numerous countries, such as India, Indonesia, China and Japan are suffering from constant landslides, earthquakes, hailstorms and flooding, along with the rest of the world. Conclusively, to form the inference of survival is an effortless one…The universe would require a continuous cycle of transformation in order to change and evolve as a whole. It is a mathematically sound equation, as energy can neither be created or destroyed, it merely changes form Yet, what if one were to grasp the concepts of energy manipulation? Would it be possible to disperse the energy of the soul, disabling ones ability to reincarnate effectively or even with past life knowledge? Unfortunately, it has been performed on repeated occasions. As numerous individuals are aware, Nikola Tesla claimed to have invented the “Death Ray” around the year of 1893. In 1957, the National Inventors Council still issued lists of required military inventions, including the conception of the Death Ray. However, Tesla was more than likely aware of the capabilities. It is not merely a particle beam. It was a part of HAARP, which allowed Tesla to induce earthquakes and simple control or disperse weather patterns. Needless to mention, he destroyed the encoded documents, containing details of his inventions, yet the United States Patents include almost all of them. Nonetheless, to return to the actual function of the death ray, as a later/particle beam accelerator or electromagnetic beam. Tesla had replicated the work of William Rontgen, it is believed that he practised shooting X-rays over considerable distances, creating photographs as far away as 40 feet from the source of the gun. In addition, Tesla was also involved in experiments, which included shooting cathode rays at targets. Around the year of 1918, it was rumoured that Tesla possessed a laser-like apparatus that he shot at the moon. The lamp was constructed in a manner, as to place a piece of matter, such as Carbon, Diamond or Ruby in the centre and “bombard” the button with electrical energy that would bounce off the button        onto the inside of the globe and bounce back into the button. Since Tesla specifically worked with Rubys, this is similar to how the Ruby Laser was fashioned. However, the problem with the device was that it was set up to vaporize the bottom, hence the laser effects were most likely short lived, yet this introduces the capability of human technology. Throughout the course of history, mankind has continually discovered new weaponry to maim, torture and kill that which we perceive to be the enemy at that point in time, however what if one were to be able to remove the enemy without the possibility for them to return from the dead. Naturally that would require a belief in reincarnation or simply a more advanced understanding of the energetic matrix, which we inhabit. If one were to construct a device that allows for the electromagnetic field and subatomic structure of the human being to be dispersed, inducing death, how could one be certain that the particles of energy will reunite after the time of death? And even if the particles have reunified, would they still hold the same degree of information as before? There are several viewpoints on the matter, yet there is only one that I am entirely certain of… The energy signature of the individual appears to be unique, permitting it to be psychically traced. There are a variety of locations at which death rays were more than likely applied against the enemy, yet what kind of enemy would require such a destructive weapon? The findings of my research became even more illusive than previously conceived. Let’s imagine for an instance that the individual is similar to a quantum computer. It is possible for conscious knowledge to become unconscious, in fact, most of the knowledge of the individual consciousness would be located in the corridors of the unconscious. Therefore, would it be probable that the “hard-drive” of the individual could be wiped of all its conscious and unconscious data? It seems fairly possible, yet it would require more advanced technology than publicly accessible. If one were to entertain the notion of the eternal now, such a loss of consciousness would merely equal the loss of knowledge and experience, not the loss of existence. In my professional opinion, the echo of the soul, as it may, would still persist. It is probable for the collection of information to be successfully restored in a timeless sub-domain of reality, yet it may necessitate further time and assistance. If all is energy, there would be a source of that energy, perhaps even a source of all reality. Nothing is truly impossible, yet in my opinion, it requires a form of assistance to return to its former state of being. As a side-note, all locations involving the former use of the death ray are heavily guarded by federal authorities. No civilian is permitted to set foot on the land. Benedict de Spinoza once stated that “The human mind cannot be absolutely destroyed with the human body, but here is some part of it, which remains eternal”. The biocentric viewpoint of the timeless, spaceless cosmos of consciousness allows for no true death in any real sense. When the physical body faces the point of death, it returns to the inescapable matrix of reality. The concept of eternity does not indicate perpetual existence in time without end. It is no limitless temporal sequence, rather it resides outside of time altogether. As consciousness transcends its physical form, it does not depart never to be seen again. Energy is not destroyed, it is merely changes its shape, consequently energy is known with scientific certainty to be deathless. Since all things possess an energy identity, as it may, nothing is exempt from this immortality of being. Lanza applies a car analogy to depict the fact, for instance, the gasoline energy, stored in the chemical bonds, is released to power the vehicle and allow it to combat gravity. This means that the fight with gravity has yielded a stored form of energy that never expires, even after a billion of years. By letting the automobile coast down with the engine off, it gains speed, which is kinetic energy, an energy of motion. Basically, it is utilizing gravitational potential energy as it loses altitude, yet gains kinetic energy. Hybrid cars often use the energy of braking to charge the battery. In sum, energy continues to change form, whilst it never diminishes in the least. Similar the essence of consciousness, of ones own identity, can neither be diminished or lost. As one inhabits a closed system, there is not a way to facilitate such an escape. The biocentric outlook of the  observable universe views every creature as consisting of multiple spheres of physical reality that are passing through space and time. In comparison to the particle wave duality of the two slit experiment, we are all one thing whilst being simultaneously another. We were all born somewhere in the past. We are all dead somewhere in the future. However, in essence, we are both. Ones life is not so much threatened as ones perceptions, yet by striving to see through the veil of ones ordinary perceptions, one can come a step closer to comprehending the interconnected nature of all. All possibilities. All potentialities. In essence, all contains meaning and value, even though the assembling of both factors may at times be complex.

In 2008, Elmira A Isaeva stated that “The problem of quantum physics, as a choice of one alternative at quantum measurement and a problem of philosophy as to how consciousness functions, is deeply connected with relations between these two. It is quite possible that in solving these two problems, it is likely that experiments in the quantum mechanics will include workings of the brain and consciousness, and it will then be possible to present a new basis for the theory of consciousness.” Such mainstream acknowledgements of the role of consciousness will continue to develop until they become established paradigms of science. In 2008, experiments by Benjamin Liber and others demonstrated that the brain, operating on its own, is capable of “which-hand-to-raise” choices that are detectable by observers, watching brain scan monitors, up to ten seconds before the subject has decided with arms to hold up. In conclusion, although human beings may largely function on an unconscious basis, this displays that ones consciousness may operate before one has become consciously aware of it. For instance, if one were to be able to successfully utilize the full capacity of ones own brain, the change in personality would most likely be instant. Similar to an individual suffering from amnesia, once the memories are recovered, the new information is consciously processed and incorporated into other components of conscious data. Nonetheless, the biocentric viewpoint of the universe represents a stepping stone of physics, allowing for the notion of consciousness to be solemnly added to the equation of existence. And although mathematically  the chance for consciousness to cease existing is ultimately zero, humanity will within time reach the point of scientifically attempting to alter consciousness, direct consciousness or even form a new consciousness out of an old one. The science of consciousness itself has vast room for expansion, yet even Tesla concluded his research as he came to realize the power that one individual could hold. The one who controls energy in all its form eventually controls the observable world. The energy of thoughts, ideas, beliefs or even material objects… For instance, tracking energy from one lifetime to the next or directing them into a particular body. Although consciousness in itself cannot end, it can be tampered with or modified. One could meddle with the soul at its core without being aware of the consequences. Once one includes the realms of consciousness in science, another dimension of probabilities is opened.


– Robert Lanza MD

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