What is Life?
January 25, 2020 2 minutes • 238 words
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According to Superphysics, everything in the universe has mind and consciousness from the Positive Force. However, their expression is limited by the Negative Force which makes them appear as lifeless. We call this a non-living thing.
A living thing, on the other hand, has a mind that can accept external feelings and ideas and likewise express them because the Negative Force is weaker.
‘Life’ therefore is an expressive mind that inhabits a physical body.
How is Life Created?
The Principles of Superphysics explained that the Two Forces act together to create both physical and metaphysical existence.
The Negative or Repressing Force crudifies the Positive or Inciting Force starting from the aethereal layer until it condenses into matter as a star.
Further oppression from the Negative Force leads to the explosion of the stellar matter as a supernova. This spreads both material particles and aetherael life throughout the solar system.
Life therefore comes from stars just as matter does.
Under this paradigm, there should be an abundance of life just as there is an abundance of matter in the universe. The main difference is that the manifestation of aethereal life in the physical domain requires cooperation of the rest of the 4 layers:
Without these, aethereal life cannot take a physical material form. The rarity of physical life in the universe is therefore from the difficulty of getting all 5 layers aligned to support life.