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A Quote by Charles Fillmore on imagination, ability, time, space, and limitations

Imagination gives the man the ability to poject himself through time and space and rise above all limitations.

Charles Fillmore

Source: Dynamic Laws of Prosperity by Catherine Ponder

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A Quote by William Faulkner on earth, humans, space, and arguing

The last sound on the worthless earth will be two human beings trying to launch a homemade spaceship and already quarreling about where they are going next.

William Faulkner (1897 - 1962)

Contributed by: Lion

A Quote by Dean Radin on classic physics, physic, determinism, causality, locality, reality, time, and space

Classical physics rests upon five basic assumptions about the fabric of reality:  reality, locality, causality, and determinism.  These assumptions were postulated to take place within a framework of an absolute fixed space and time.  It was also taken for granted that the mathematical descriptions of physical processes corresponded to the actual behavior of objective events.

            The assumption of reality refers to the idea that the physical world is objectively real.  That means it exists independently of whether anyone is observing it.  The moon is still there even if you aren’t looking at it.  Locality refers to the idea that the only way that objects can be influenced is through direct contact.  Unmediated action at a distance is prohibited, as this is uncomfortably close to the occult suggestion that invisible spirits can cause things to occur, and the occult concepts are anathema to science.

            Causality assumed that the arrow of time points in one direction, and thus that cause → effect sequences are absolutely fixed.  Continuity assumes that there are no discontinuous jumps in nature or in that the fabric of space and time is “smooth.”  Determinism assumes that, as Einstein once quipped, ‘God does not play dice with the universe,’ meaning that things progress in an orderly, predictable way.  We might not be smart enough or know enough to predict everything, but determinism says that in principle we can predict the future completely if we knew all the starting conditions and causal linkages.

Dean Radin

Source: Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality, Pages: 210

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A Quote by Hamilton Boudreaux on space, thoughts, and mindfulness

Observe the space between your thoughts, then observe the observer.

Hamilton Boudreaux

Source: hahayana

Contributed by: hahayana

A Quote by Ruben on space, spaceship, freedom, and spaceflight

Some people build a ship, they sail the oceans looking up at the stars and they call it freedom.  I built a ship, I sail the stars looking up at the oceans.  Now that's freedom.

Ruben Rodriguez II

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A Quote by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. on progress, hour, solar system, miles, space, star, and vonnegut

Every passing hour brings the Solar System forty-three thousand miles closer to Globular Cluster M13 in Hercules, and still there are some misfits who insist that there is no such thing as progress.

Kurt Vonnegut (1922 -)

Source: http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2007/11/vonnegut-on-pro.html

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A Quote by David R. Hawkins on meditation, space, infinite, perception, and enlightenment

Q: But what about the classical spiritual teaching of "the space between two thoughts"?

A: It is a misunderstanding for there is no detectable space 'between' two thoughts through which one can glimpse the Infinite.  The supposed 'space' is not between the thoughts but prior to the thoughts.

Perception moves at the same rate as does mentalization; therefore, to expect that perception will discern a space between two thoughts is impossible because perception would have to then move faster than 1/10,000th of a second, that is, the perceptive faculty of the mind moves at the same rate as the content of the mind.  Thus, to try to witness the space between two thoughts is like a dog's trying to chase its own tail.  This is why many serious and committed meditators do not reach Enlightenment, even after many years of devoted meditation.  They are simply looking in the wrong place (calibrates as true).

David Hawkins

Source: Devotional Nonduality (Discovery of the Presence of God), Pages: 80-81

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A Quote by Thomas Berry on history, geography, time, and space

Even as regards Earth we are more committed to history than to geography, more committed to time than to space. History is endless. Place is limited.

Thomas Berry

Source: The Great Work: Our Way into the Future, Pages: 92

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Thomas Berry on human, outer space, space, and place

We have indeed been out in space, but some are under the illusion that we have been off Earth. In reality humans have never been off Earth. We have always been on a piece of Earth in space. We survive only as long as we can breathe the air of Earth, drink its waters, and be nourished by its foods. There is no indication that as humans we will ever live anywhere else in the universe. Place, too, is continuously being transformed but only within its own possibilities.

Thomas Berry

Source: The Great Work: Our Way into the Future, Pages: 92..93

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Walter Russell on space, vacuum, void, ether, travel, matter, action, positive, electricity, negative, sun, black, cold, solid, god, creator, interchange, and continuous

The greatest error of science is in relation to space. Science thinks of space either as a void or as an ether through which solids of matter travel. The fact is that space travels with its solids, for each solid is surrounded by a minus zero equal-and-opposite vacuity of the plus zero which we call matter. Matter floats in these insulating spatial counterparts. Positive electricity is accountable for the solids and negative electricity is accountable for the space. All matter comes out of space by the action of positive electricity and is returned to space by the action of negative electricity. White-hot suns come from the blackness of cold space and cold space radiates from hot suns. The matter of space consists of holes surrounded by corpuscular solids, while the matter of solids consists of small
dense cores surrounded by vast tenuous holes of space. The very purpose of the hot suns is to act as crucibles for melting the raw materials which the Creator needs for expressing the idea of the universe. Contrarily, the very purpose of space is to cool the melted matter set out in order that it may become conditioned for the complex expressions of Creation. The two-way interchange between spatial holes and material solids is continuous."

Walter Russell

Source: The Universal One

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