Exploring the Social Imagination

Sunday, February 8, 2015

LUCY ~ The No Social Imagination Film

We live in the social imagination. We are more than brain matter, we are more than what appears as a hard copy.  To think that we have to modify our brains in order to gain wisdom as in greater knowledge is false, it is misleading.

In the film LUCY, we are lured into thinking that man has failed to advance or grasp a greater knowledge  because he uses a limited amount of brain power. We use what we choose to use given our social imagination. The Kingdom is within... the amount of wisdom and knowledge available to us has always been there if we just tap into it which does not require brain modification, it requires social interaction - social imagination among users of the program.

As for time and its relation to wisdom/knowledge, the brain alone as a blob of gray matter could never understand that something does not disappear/no longer exists just because it moves faster and faster... no matter how much of that organic gray we put to use. However, the social imagination can understand that... though something is out of sight, it still exists, it remains in potential visible form.

Yes, greater knowledge does require thinking outside the box... the expansion of the social imagination  allows that; not transforming ourselves into machine like super computers, we already are organic ones. We are not necessarily 'here'. We experience this hard copy environment through what some physicists call a holographic projection. I call it the social imagination as we exist in social agreement that we exist in this projection.Which brings us to question ~ Who created this? "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made." John 1

*John 14:6 "No one comes to the Father except through Me" ~ Jesus Christ.

Final comment, if everyone were to become "LUCY" like, using 100% of their brain, the social imagination would have to become one with all others in a total harmony of thought ~ is that possible? For the atheist, this is a difficult question to answer. 

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