Holomovement

The term Holomovement was coined by David Bohm in the 1970's to describe the nature of the cosmos as being a seamlessly unified field of motion, both physical (energy/matter) and metaphysical (consciousness).

As a leading physicist in quantum mechanical theory, Bohm saw that the mechanistic models of classical physics were inadequate to explain the overall nature of the quantum reality. The mechanstic view is based upon "parts" that combine to make wholes, with a focus on breaking the parts into smaller parts in the search for a fundamental "particle" from which all quantum, atomic and material energy events are created. Bohm considered the holographic perspective as a more accurate model for quantum theory and for the nature of the cosmos as a whole.

"...physical law should refer primarily to an order of undivided wholeness of the content of description similar to that indicated by the hologram rather than to an order of analysis of such content into separate parts...

"The new form of insight can perhaps best be called Undivided Wholeness in Flowing Movement. This view implies that flow is, in some sense, prior to that of the ‘things’ that can be seen to form and dissolve in this flow." David Bohm, Wholeness and the Implicate Order

Bohm likened this universal flowing movement to whirlpools in a stream of water, wherein each whirlpool vortex is a discrete structure that exists as a relatively stable pattern within an undivided continuous flowing whole — the stream. The individuated entity (a vortex) is seamlessly connected to all other entities in a unified wholeness. In this model, quantum "particles" are seen as vortex fluctuations in a continuous holographic movement, and therefore so is all of cosmic reality.

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What this implies is that as we consider the holographic principle as fundamental to the nature of the cosmos, we ought to do so not from a static frame of reference (such as a holographic image on a glass plate), but from a continously flowing, dynamic viewpoint wherein the "hologram" is in constant flux. This is one of the key shifts in perspective that's required to orient our minds toward a true vision and understanding of the holographic principle. There is nothing in the cosmos that is not moving, therefore the holographic presence is one of motion. 

Even as you sit here, right now, reading these words, there is a continuous flow of electrons informing your digital device to display this text, and a continuous stream of photons emanating from the screen and radiating that information into the holofield of your local reality, which are then received into your eyes and converted to a flow of electrical impulses that fire neurons in your brain in a coherent manner, sparking "in-sight" as a swirling whirlpool of conscious awareness. And this conscious awareness is then emanated back "out" into the holofield in a constant feedback loop of holographic self-reflection.

Although this is a human-centric example of continous flowing wholeness, it is what is happening at every scale of manifestation. From quantum fluctuations called "particles" to super-massive galactic structures, there is a fractally-embedded, seamlessly scaling, undivided wholeness in constant movement — the holomovement.

For more, see Holomovement article on Wikipedia.



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