Our Universe , cosmologists say, began with the Big Bang and hasn't stopped expanding ever since. They explain that we cannot see or otherwise conduct research beyond the universe that inhabits planet Earth. We cannot study beyond our universe, not because of inadequate optics, but because the laws of physics make it impossible to discover what exists outside of it, if anything exists at all. The reason scientists claim this is because they don't have the proper tools to explore what's outside of our universe. If such tools exist, and if they get them, they will know what is out there and see it as clearly as we see each other.
When mobile phone manufacturers want to improve their cameras, they can do it mainly in two ways. The first and obvious way is to improve the camera hardware: lenses, shutter, etc. Another way is to improve the "mind" that deciphers what the lenses are shooting. This is achieved by using more sophisticated software, better algorithms, and better processors to run improved computational skills that more accurately "understand" what the lenses see, and thus create a more detailed image using the same optics.
When studying the Universe, we must do the same. No matter how good our optics become, there is a limit that it will never cross. To go beyond this boundary, we must improve the "mind" that understands the images, in this case, it is ourselves.
We perceive our entire world through a narrow filter that does not let in what does not serve our personal interests. If something does not serve us, the mind does not perceive it. Therefore, in order to understand what lies outside our immediate interests, we must take other "interests" and make them our own. Simply put, we must learn to care for others in the same way that we currently care for ourselves.
Think about our vision. Each of our eyes sees the world in two dimensions. However, when the image that both of our eyes see reaches the brain, it processes them and builds a three-dimensional image. If we saw the world with only one eye, we would not be able to see the full depth and, in fact, would not see the world as three-dimensional.
The same applies to our perception of the world. As if our personal perception is one eye, and the other person's perception is the other eye. As long as we are limited by our own perception, we are bound by the limitations that our kind of "two-dimensional" perception allows. However, if we "see" the other person's point of view and combine it with ours, the perception of the world will take on a whole new dimension and give us a much fuller and richer understanding of the world.
But to achieve this, we must give up our self-centered attitude. The distorted picture we see is the cause of every mistake we make in this world, both as an individual and as a society. And since we perceive others as opposition, we try to cancel them. If we understood that other people do not oppose us, but complement us, we could accept their perception, merge our own perception with theirs and create a completely new, accurate (!) perception of the world.
Now imagine that we could do this not only with one more person (the second eye, so to speak), but with every person on the planet. The revelations we will discover are limitless. In such a state, there really will be no end to what we can perceive through our multidimensional "vision" acquired by changing our attitude towards others from self-centered to inclusive.
The more we think about it, the more we realize that the solution to our problems lies not in improving the mechanisms, but in improving ourselves.
An excellent article about new possibilities of feeling everything that surrounds us. It is worth turning our consciousness to nature, to where the eternal, where there is a new perception, we develop and grow up. I think that many of us have met people for whom there are no secrets, their inner light of heart is wide. It seems that you need to believe and try to expand your sensitivity, to give a field of growth for the soul.
Indeed, by not feeling the other as opposition, we can unite our eyes, improve our ability to see better and more clearly, and discover that the universe is infinite.