Response to Infinite Potential: The Life and Ideas of David Bohm

Response to Infinite Potential: The Life and Ideas of David Bohm

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hello I'm dawn I wanna build oton it's Israel I'm delighted to see a renewed interest in David bones work the information that I'd like to give over here in I tried to get people interested in when I found David bones work at that time there was no receptivity to it but it looks now like the time might have
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come to give this information over like the people who made the new documentary about David bone I'm giving this over completely freely to I neither want nor have the time for any teaching assignments book deals of speaking gigs my workers is so demanding that I just
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don't have a time for any of that so what I give over now if it's of use to you that's fine I want nothing in return [Music] I have three of David bones books and David Bohm is bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh in many ways I would like to
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explain that the implicit order of which he speaks is demonstrably true I can be proven I'm going to give those proofs over here in and most important about David bones work was not the fact that he was brilliant but that he was moral and that he wanted the very very best
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for Humanity and for all of the creation and that is what made david bombs so very great it was a beautiful soul in addition to to being a genius intellectually he was a genius morally and that's far more important it's far more important for being able to comprehend rather than apprehend and the sense of trying to shackle and manacle
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reality in fact mathematics is derivative of morality I'm going to prove that here in and those who would wish to understand the nature of reality better would do well to work on themselves as hard as they can to improve morally because without that we cannot understand anything as we are on the moral continuum so the continuum of
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the different interpretations of reality present themselves to us so you can't think your way out of the level that you're on you have to grow out of it morally and then from a higher perspective a moral perspective we can see a more comprehensive levels of what reality is although I'm going to be speaking about the Hebrew language which
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is the superset of which classical mathematics is a subset making this video in English so that it will be available to those who are not a Hebrew speakers I'm sure that those who are said studying David bones work here in Israel are fluent in English so we can all enjoy it but we're going to be speaking about the particular
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characteristics and the particular structure of the Hebrew language which makes it a far better tool for one which it wishes to understand what reality is and what perception is and what consciousness is and what awareness is what phenomena are then is classical
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mathematics the Hebrew language is alphanumeric that is to say that all of the letters have values notice that I'm not saying quantities I'm saying values and I'm using that word very very very specifically because the Hebrew word are a theme which is translated as values or
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particular or principally that they are moral values the abstraction of moral values for numerical quantities was a categorical mistake that prevented the mind from being able to not only understand reality but willfully create
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it in Hebrew there is no such thing as reading without computing or computing without reading the letters are numbers that is values the values are letters all of the names of the values are made up of letters which themselves have values and so forth and so on in other words when we perceive what we are doing
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is engineering reality in accordance with our with our particular moral level at a given time all wave phenomena going from very low to very high or derivative of and physical expressions of the moral continuum which is the substrate of all of the different worlds of all of the
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different interpretations of reality if we wish to create a high-level high value high quality reality we have to work on ourselves to constantly be improving ourselves morally and Torah makes this very very clear the attempt to simply figure out or
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think one's way into understanding is essentially wrong the hebrew word create which means a reading crieth more properly is the english word to create Kriya is also to call in to Paul so when we read we are calling creation into
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being and as I said all of the letters in Hebrew have values they are fecund with our values and we build our worlds in accordance with the quality of our moral level at any given time which of course is dynamic and can always go up and it can always go down we're always
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one action away or one word away from either going up or going down and every time we make a a moral decision about how we're going to speak how we're going to act we have effectively cut off infinite possibilities for the one that's going to express itself immediately with that higher level of morality or lower level of morality which is going to result
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from our last moral decision so we see that in original hebrew reading and computing are one and the same and obviously what that does is integrate the faculties of of our two hemispheres so the analytical part of us and the creative part of us are working together always in tandem and informing
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one another when when we read in Hebrew we take the values of the letters and the combinations of letters the words the phrases the sentences the paragraphs they may be chapters the books into consideration unlike in classical math the Hebrew letters have more than one
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value Hebrew is uniquely structured so that the first letter olive is assigned a value of 1 and then when we go through all of the letters and five of the letters also have final forms so from Aleph until tab we get from 1 to 400 first we count the units then we count the tens then we count the hundreds tab will be 400 capsule it will
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be 500 mem Sophie to 600 nun Sophie to 700 peso foetus 830 so feet is 9 hundred and then we go back to Olive which is a thousand the Hebrew word for thousand is Elif clearly Aleph is both one and the very name of it tells us that it's also one thousand miss is extremely important because it gives us
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a lot more leeway we are now in a much more information elastic reality once we have letters that have more than one value whether or not I relate to any given Aleph as one or 1000 is my personal choice this is
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where free will comes in I always have that choice now since Aleph is both 1 and 1000 the next letter Beit would be 2 and because it's Aleph plus Aleph it's either two and 1001 and or 2000 so the letter Beit now has the values of two one thousand
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and one and two thousand because it's Aleph plus Aleph and here's where it gets interesting going back to the olive now because Aleph is a bait - an olive I can choose freely whether to assign the value of - one thousand and one or two
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thousand to that bait and the values of 100 or 1000 to that olive so if I decide that I want to subtract the aleph as a 1000 from abate and I assign the value of 2 to that bait and I ignore the one thousand one and two thousand for the time being what I then have is an Aleph which is
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equal to negative 998 so now we see and this goes on this this continues this doesn't stop in other words the letters have infinite substitution values already because they have values but it turns out that they have more than one value and the very same letter now which is 1 and 1000 we have also demonstrated
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can be understood as minus 900 900 and 98 as well imagine what this does for geometry imagine what this does for time starting to see it because Aleph is 1 and 1000 it is also in addition to 1 1000 and - 998 1999 if
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I add that one on to the 999 I get the value of 1000 so the value in Hebrew 999 is like zero there are many many many substitution values for this value 999 one of which happens to be shin heung if
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it knocks sons there are many more please look at the description below because seeing that this things visually helps the value 999 is interestingly the sum of the values of all of the letters from Alice to 36 feet in their simplest
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value so if I take out of his 1 pages to give us 3 and add all the ones up together until Ted and to that I add all of the tens values which is removed until sadi and to that I add up all of the hundreds which is from course to sedusa feet I will get a value of 4995
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now since 4 and 4,000 would be the same I can choose to look at that value 4995 as 995 plus 4 and that gives me the value 999 which we have seen functions as a zero when added to any other value
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but in and of itself has a number of substitution values some of which are very high and holy so now we see that there is a number which is functioning as 0 but is a number 999 that is contained in every other value so it's in every letter every combination of letters
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every word every phrase of resentence and so on and so forth and so now we see how the all can be contained within the OL all of the letters contain this value of 999 that and more if I write out the names of the letters and when I write a
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final form of any given letter I always intend for it to be the final value so if I write Aleph alif laam it pays so feet I intend for it to equal 831 when I intend for a letter to have the regular value not the final form I will write the regular letter even at the end of a word so it's very clear that that's what
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I mean but when I write out the names of the letters with the ending letters in the names of the letters that have them like like like men like knowing like Olive like cough and so forth and so on cool they're more I mean for the final forms to be taken into account when we write out those names of all of the letters the value comes out as 11000 and
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39 if I add the 11 to the 39 because 11,000 is the same as 11 right because one in 1,000 are the same 39 and 11 is 50 50 is the value of the letter noon the letter noon is equal in value to the word col.caf climate which means everything known is
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also very often a de guiche Kazak which is one of the diacritical points in in Hebrew grammar it is also equal to the phrase hyah Yee a which means was will be it is equal to may which means the waters of or me which means Who or demo which means his blood it is also equal to
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Adama which means soil soil listen now the word soil is also soul and also sold the Sun it's all one in the same so the Hebrew language is a far more comprehensive system for mathematics which in and of itself tells us that all of the letters together as everything
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call is everything and when we add up the values of all of the letters not the names of the letters but the letters themselves we get this mysterious value 999 which can be added into anything without changing its value yet it of itself has very important substitution values some of which I'll show you below
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and and you'll see that it's also very thickened with meaning so the Hebrew language itself teaches us that reading and computations when we say computations at Hebrew we would say last so trishy born now this hash bond which it's interesting in and of itself because that word also is used for when we take a
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reckoning it's really a reckoning of our own me--don't our own attributes which is interesting too because the Hebrew word me--don't which means to take a accounting of Alaba it doubt to account for our characteristics our modes of behavior is also our dimensions may doctors also dimensions and it's also
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the characteristics of a person so the hebrew language is so structured when it's used correctly that it not only is in accord with what the mystics and every tradition have said but it proves that they're correct in other traditions we have to go on the word of the mystic alone I had such an such an experience I had such and such an awareness had such
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and such an understanding and we are want to believe because we see that the person is sincere that they are giving us an honest account of what it was they experienced but they can't prove it to us and that is the difference between Hebrew and every other language because the structure of the Hebrew itself proves this proves these things so when
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you have a language in which the names of all of the letters add up to the word call which is everything and that the letters themselves add up to this value of 999 which doesn't change anything when it's added into something and yet in and of itself it has very very high holding meanings and when we see that the language is structured such that this letter olive
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starts that the at the Olive abate with a value of one but it also becomes 1000 and that that isn't arbitrary because it's named Olive tells us that it's Elif that it's also a thousand these things are demonstrably true so what's happening is david booms implicit order is always present and as a result of our
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moral standing we choose which of the substitution values to assign to the letters of that which we are experiencing but if we go up more morally if we choose to look at the good to look at peace to will for peace we also go up in how we're able to explain
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things and experience things and change the nature of reality too as they say once we realize that these letters have more than one value and some of those values are also negative values that does all kinds of things with the computations including the computations of time I hope that this discussion has interested you and if you're a person
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who's dedicated to peace and you look into these things you'll find that it begins to reveal itself to you and you begin to see it for yourselves one of the things that I do that I demonstrate on on my blogs on my Facebook page in my videos is they take a term in Hebrew
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which is normally understood as having a negative definition or connotation and show that that same value can be changed to to be understood differently for instance I can take a word like Moffat which is normally translated as death
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but it's equal to 446 so I can choose instead of seeing it as death to see it as ha Amit which means the truth and so once I see that I am no longer subject to death in the same way because I have understood death differently and this is what's so important about the Hebrew language when we begin to do these substitution values and we begin to do
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them with with as a result of a practice with some alacrity we can do it very fast and we can move from one reality into another even one substitution of value that we see clearly can be a peg upon which we can engineer a world which is a substitution value for the world that we were experiencing but which that which is equivalent to it
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it's equivalent to it mathematically because we're using substitution values but it is not equal to it it's quibbling to it it's not equal to it because it's on a different moral level and so in accordance with our moral growth we also gained more and more mastery over how to understand that which we perceive and eventually we become - we come to learn
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how to perceive realities at will thank you for listening

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