Inner Worlds – Outer Worlds, Part III – The Serpent and the Lotus

PART III – The Serpent and the Lotus

Inner Worlds – Outer Worlds, Part III – The Serpent and the Lotus

PART III – The Serpent and the Lotus


How to Paradigm Shift, according to Chase Bryan

I practice what I call “Belief Paradigm Shifting“, where I take a supposed (religious) belief and make that my reality to where it is true as far as I can see it. I talk it, I have faith in it, and I act it out in my daily life until I come back to phase 1 where I believe in nothing. I don’t even get cognitive dissonance any more and I am at rather an odd stage where I don’t see purpose to anything. When I look at nothing as inherently true until I define it as such, then I am in my purest form. I perform experiments on my mind and others with regards to paradigm shifting reality.

~Chase Bryan

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead.

~Albert Einstein


PART II–The Spiral





“The planet Earth is an atom … “

Who is to say that every cell within the body is not conscious, and that these cells (which make up what I call me) create my own consciousness. This could continue in the sense that we are the cells of planet Earth. The planet Earth is an atom within the galaxy. The milky-way galaxy is an atom within the solar system. The solar system is an atom within the universe. The universe is an atom within the multi-verse and so on. Who is to say that each of these are not conscious of their Selves? Just because we have a brain doesn’t mean that consciousness can only exist within a brain. I would doubt that there even has to be a physical form for consciousness to exist. Perhaps empty space has it’s own consciousness.   ~Chase Bryan

Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds, Part I – Akasha (thanks Chase Bryan)

In the beginning was the Logos; the Big Bang; the Primordial Ohm. Big Bang theory says that the physical universe spiraled out of an unimaginably hot and dense single point called a singularity, billions of times smaller than the head of a pin. It does not say why or how. The more mysterious something is, the more we take for granted that we understand it.

Now that you have two examples of Epperees, please try to craft one for yourself.

You can submit them here, and I will give you a grade!