Exploring the Connected Universe

Science in harmony with nature.

Exploring the Connected Universe | Science in harmony with nature.

Everything in the world is connected. Understanding that everything connects to everything else is not a new concept. In fact, Leonardo Da Vinci recognized this connectivity and science is just now beginning to understand that this can change the world, and ourselves too, for the better. 

The understanding of connectedness can unify humanity, reduce strife and conflict, and help develop new technologies like energy that will advance humankind, according to the Resonance Science Foundation (RSF). The foundation stresses that what is needed now, is a shift in the collective viewpoint that will help transform the world to a place where science and technology are in harmony with nature, Earth and the Universe.

Fostering a culture of connectivity as a way of enacting positive change is something that is also promoted by the organization Unify. The organization uses ancient healing techniques like meditation, breathing classes, and natural healing to promote community and our shared humanity. Resonance Science adds science to the equation.

Resonance Science Foundation
The foundation, founded in 2004 by physicist Nassim Haramein, is a one million strong community that uses physics  as a tool for helping to transform people’s lives and to help overcome some of the greatest challenges that the world is facing today. 

Haramein spent more than 30 years of his life researching the connections of physics, quantum mechanics, cosmology, chemistry and biology as well as anthropology and archeology. His work led him to see the connections between all of these fields of study.

The team of researchers and educators at RSF developed a unified view of physics and the unifier, according to the foundation, is space. Not space as a large empty entity but the understanding of space as a plenum of energy from which all matter emerges. Matter is seen as shapes and patterns that are repeated and interconnected in the natural world. These patterns unite all sciences and they are all connected.

This work has its roots in the unified field theory in physics which described the fundamental forces of nature in a single theory according to Live Science. First created by Scottish scientist James Clerk Maxwell in the 19th century, it was theorized by Albert Einstein in the early 1900s. Field theory studies why physical phenomena happen and how this interacts with nature.

Haramein’s work has built on this theory. He has published papers, including his 2013 “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” that was published in the peer reviewed journal Physical Review & Research International.

Teaching Unified Physics
The Resonance Academy was founded in 2014, according to RSF, as an online learning platform and international learning community of thousands of students from more than 80 countries.

These free classes consist of seven online educational modules: Worldview Shift, Thinking differently, Modern Physics, Unified Physics, Ancient Origins, Implications and Applications, and the newly released New Advances in United Physics.

The module on Worldview Shift, for instance, explains an empowering  perspective that celebrates possibility and agency: “Our view of the world shapes our experience, and also shapes the world around us through our actions and choices. What we believe to be possible defines what we are capable of creating. In this module, we explore pioneers of possibility, and how drastic changes in worldview have changed the world again and again throughout history.”

People can also learn about Unified Physics in a 2016 documentary, The Connected Universe, which, according to Documentary Mania, was a journey exploring the linking or connectivity of everything in the universe through the lens of science. It is through these connections that real changes in the world can occur.

How to Create an Abundance Mindset
Using Sacred Geometry Symbols to Heal
Spiritual Abundance as a Positive Response to Our Current Challenges