Robert Lanza / Death is Only the Beginning

By Robert Lanza, M.D.

If death doesn’t exist, then what happened to your dog?

Contrary to our usual way of thinking, it turns out that we have time backwards. Quantum physics tells us that the past is just like the future – they both exist in “superposition,” that is, neither has occurred yet.

“The past, like the future,” said Stephen Hawking, the famed theoretical physicist “is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities.”

Even Einstein (who’s theory of special relativity is the generally accepted theory regarding space and time) concluded that the past is not what we think it is. Indeed, after the death of Michele Besso – an old friend – Einstein wrote “Now that he has departed from this strange world a little ahead of me. That signifies nothing … the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.”

Everything you’re experiencing right now is a cloud of information in your head. According to biocentrism, time and space are simply the way our mind puts it all together, organizing it into the reality we see and experience; they are the language of consciousness, not objects or things like cups and pans.

Your journey always starts in the “now.” And although you may have knowledge of one possible timeline at the time of your death, it’s not the end. It is just the beginning. Think of yourself as a precog who knows what’s going to happen (and what choices you can make).

As counterintuitive as it may seem, your old dog Spot has his whole life ahead of him with you. And the same thing applies to any of your loved ones who may have died.

So on your deathbed, grab a bag of popcorn and get ready for the movie to start.

There is no death. Only the beginning.

Robert Lanza’s theory of biocentrism is explained in full in his books here and here.


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