In this episode, Patchman continues his quest to understand the connection between singularities, black holes, and how they connect to all of us.
We usually think of singularities in relation to huge things, and it’s difficult to relate it to us in our personal lives. The definition of a singularity is the state, quality or condition of being singular. It’s also known as the point at which a function takes an infinite value. So it’s both 0 and 1 at the same time.
This concept was first coined when talking about the beginning of the big bang, where all things started. So how can we apply these concepts to our everyday life? We can view each human as a sort of black hole, with their singularity being their heart and their energy field as a torus around them. As we saw in episode 16, we have seen that we actually do have these fields all around our bodies.
The definition of a black hole says it’s both a singular thing and an infinite space, and we can think of ourselves as the same. We are a single, physical human, but are also infinitely connected to everything energetically.
When we interact with each other, our energetic fields meet and interact, which affects everyone involved physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. The experience of viewing each other as infinite beings helps our understanding of what it truly means to be an incarnated soul. As we connect deeper it helps move us towards embodying empathy for all life as we can start to see ourselves in the smallest grain of sand and then all the way up to the tallest mountain and the whole planet itself! We are so much more than just a body with thoughts and emotions, as we start to see others like this we cultivate the experience more within ourselves too!
Stephen Hawking on Black Holes — The Guardian Presentation (2013)
Black Whole — Nassim Haramein
The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations Behind the 2012 Prophecies