I had no intention of writing an entire page on the Big Bang Theory, because there are actually very few scientific facts. Although, for those who believe in "messages" from the Universe, this subject was inevitable. I'll explain at the end if you choose to read it.
The Big Bang Theory is actually a highly supported theory of how the Universe began 13.8 billion years ago, but scientists can't really explain it. It's only their attempt to explain it.
The problem is that scientists can't use spiritual or religious information. They can't go with their gut feelings. They need facts and figures and I don't believe that they will ever find them. It's too miraculous, because prior to that moment of the Big Bang, there was nothing but energy. One singular, infinite energy field.
Whether it exploded or inflated is also up for interpretation. It did divide and then expand over those 13.8 billion years.
But WHY? Was there a purpose? Why did this energy field suddenly divide? Does it have anything to do with "God" or what we perceive as "God"?
Actually, in over 100 books and 100's of videos, I've only heard the Big Bang Theory completely explained in one book. That book was Conversations With God - Book 1 by Neale Donald Walsch.
So.... if you can believe in something beyond scientific facts then this explanation may resonate with you. Although, if you don't believe that it's possible for Neale to receive messages from "God" or the Universe, then this will have no truth for you. I'm going to use the term "God" here, but you can use "Source", "Source Energy", "All That Is" or any other term that you choose.
"God" explained to Neale that you can't really know yourself unless you DO something to show it to yourself. Until that point it's just a concept about yourself that you believe. He used kindness as an example. You may believe that you're kind, but until you actually DO something to show kindness to another, then it's just an idea or a concept.
"God", this infinite energy field, could not know itself, because there was nothing else. It was ALL that there was. In the absence of anything else, it was nothing. It felt that it was everything, yet that was only conceptual. It wanted to know, to experience what it felt like to be the magnificence that it believed it was. Yet it couldn't actually know or believe it unless it experienced it.
"In the absence of that which is not, that which IS, is NOT."
"God" needed a reference point outside of itself in order to know itself experientially. So it divided itself, expanded itself, which is what we humans refer to as the Big Bang Theory. Now suddenly, this existed and that existed, quite apart from each other, yet both existed simultaneously. This and that were part of the whole.
"Thus, three elements suddenly existed. That which is here. That which is there. And that which is neither here nor there--but which must exist for here and there to exist."
In other words there has to be space in between in order for a here and a there to exist. There is a you and a me, yet we are still part of the whole.
"God" explains further, but I'm going to stop here. This is the "why" of the Big Bang Theory and I don't believe that science will ever figure it out completely.
"God is all things seen and unseen". "God" is all that is and all that is not. Which means that everything is "God". We are "God". Even what we believe to be empty space is "God".
"From the No-Thing, thus sprang the Everything."
Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1
This book, without a doubt, changed my life.
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This may seem like a silly little story, but it's going to prove a point.
When I originally wrote the page about the basics of quantum physics, I mentioned the Big Bang Theory. I was trying to stick with scientific facts and unfortunately it's only a theory that science can't explain, so I wrote a single paragraph.
How many times have you heard that the Universe is always sending you messages? You're never alone and you're always being guided. You have to pay attention.
About a month ago, I was waking up every single morning, with the song from the TV show The Big Bang Theory in my head. I do watch it at times, so at first it was no big deal. A week later, two weeks later, three weeks later, I'm still waking up every morning with the song in my head. What is it with this song? It was driving me crazy. By this time there were a few WTF's. I did mention it on my website, so what does this mean?
Duh!! It was a message. A very persistent message, to write an entire page titled "Big Bang Theory". My own inner guidance, was giving me assistance, but I just wasn't understanding it yet.
This is where muscle testing comes in very handy, but everything must be yes or no questions. I asked if I was supposed to write an entire page? "Yes". Will it eventually be a good "keyword" to draw traffic to my site? "Yes". But how can I write an entire page when there are no real facts? That's when the explanation from "Conversations With God" popped into my head. I asked if I should include that on my page. "Yes".
Now we'll see if I wake up tomorrow with the song in my head.
Note: It's been 4 days now and the song is gone.
Lesson: Pay attention. Especially if something keeps repeating.
This is also something that I find interesting. Within the last week or two, I've heard that no matter how crazy it seems, "Get the truth out there". No matter how weird it seems, be the weird one. If people don't want to believe it, it's their choice.
My page on energy healing talks more about muscle testing. I use it for everything.
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