The thesis that matter doesn't exist, but is a hologram, a product of the interaction between waves may appear strange. The common idea is that matter exists and that is the reason we can see it. However, it turns out just the opposite - things do exist only and when we observe them. This and many other paradoxes of the logical thought are part of the topics referred to in the book The aim is while reading to try 'to get out' of the standard scheme and 'see' things from a different quanto-theological and philosophic point of view. Those who won't read the book will not have to bother themselves with such arguments.

This is a hypothesis laid out on historical and theologic facts, scientific facts, philosophic arguments and psychological conclusions. The theory proves that death does not exist. It is pointless to fear it We are part of the whole and the whole is inside us. And all this being in a constant circle of knowledge and emotion. The circle explains 'the unexplainable' examples of reincarnation.

In the process of reasoning, the hypothesis answers the question of the meaning of our existence. Why are we what we are? Why do we exist and what is the purpose of the fact that we are emotional cogital creatures between millions of other such.


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ISBN: 978-1-921919-28-2  Format: Paperback
Number of pages: 215
  Non Fiction


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Author: ivomir
Imprint: Poseidon
Publisher: Poseidon Books
Date Published:  2011
Language: English


About the Author and the book:

ivomir was born on the 17th of October 1963 in the small Bulgarian town Pavlikeni. At the age of 6 he moved into another town (Pleven) where he graduated from high school. ivomir was not an exceptionally gifted child or an excellent student. However, he always felt that life is something special and we all have to make our own way through it...

Later, ivomir studied Quantum Electronics and Laser Technique (QELT) in Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and graduated in 1989. Then, he took his way to experience the knowledge of true life. This knowledge brought him to harsh lessons which finally led him to the path of unity with Cogitality...


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Those who know all, but are lacking in themselves, are utterly lacking.

Whoever discovers the interpretation of these sayings will not taste death.

Those who seek should not stop seeking until they find. When they find, they will be disturbed. When they are disturbed, they will marvel, and will reign over all. Words of Jesus, Gospel of Thomas

In Full Void
It’s full in vain, or is it not?
In full the void splits us up.
Don’t ever do it just in vain – It won’t hurt then.
Void filled up to no avail,
Comes falling down with the rain.
With music in an empty soul
We hurt in vain.
Eyes weep, and yet in vain
The fire of the feelings burns,
If in the emptiness in vain
The void hurts us.

The Beginning - Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? The first man of wisdom who asked these questions established the foundations of philosophy as an eternal crave for knowledge.

Since then mankind has not stopped to build hypotheses and seek answers. What is truly valuable here is not whether answers will be found, rather than the fact that inquiry does not stop. After all, the desire to find answers is at the bottom of all progress, isn’t it? Every hypothesis creates a theory, driven by the zest for knowledge.

Is it important for the theory to be correct? Of course, not. Even if it is wrong, it is yet another step towards knowledge. According to physics there is a lot more information in a negative result compared to the positive one. And, as John Kehoe says in his book Money, Success and You, the ‘NO’ paves the way that eventually leads to the ‘YES.’

To Those Who Would Never Read This Book: A Tale for the Void. Everything that happens in life does not give us a lot of spiritual strength. Nobody teaches us how to concentrate on ourselves, to recognize the inner strength we possess.

Life puts us in the victim’s shoes. Whatever happens we are not control in of our life. Well, I do not like this expression, as it suggests something outside of us is in control; I’d rather keep in touch with something deep within me.

When talking of the outer world, I am just an ‘I’; when considering the inner world, I become a part of the whole.

I become part of infinity…If a man has a wonderful dream and brings back a rose, and then wakes up with the rose in his hand, it means that the dream was true. Samuel Coleridge


If everything results from the work of our imagination, the brain, then does space, matter and time exist at all? What are they like? In order to make you think seriously and ‘out of the box’ about these questions, let me give you a few examples. Why would you need to do that? To comprehend his surroundings man has to step outside the limitations of traditional thinking. Because, if we look for an adequate and logical explanation of the things we take for granted, we must be able to look at them from aside, from a different unorthodox view point. In other words, we should be able to go beyond standard logic. Here are the examples: Zeno‘s paradoxes (called aporia, logically unsolvable statements)


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