A New and Radical Approach to Spiritual Evolution.
When Nicolaus Copernicus discovered the Earth wasn't the center of the Universe, everything changed. When Isaac Newton figured out the law of gravity from a falling apple, everything changed. Today, when quantum physicists realize our physical universe isn't real, that it's just a hologram, everything... wait! Nothing's changed - yet. Now "Butterflies Are Free To Fly" offers a new and radical approach to spiritual evolution based on the recent scientific evidence about our holographic universe.
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There are three things you should know before we begin our journey across the Rocky Mountains….
ONE: Although this book carries a copyright, you are hereby granted permission to print it, copy it, share it, give it away to anyone else, quote it, do anything you want with it – except you cannot sell any part or the whole book, or make money from it in any way, or assist anyone else in making money from it in any way. I feel very strongly that the information in this book should always be available for free to anyone who wants to read it.
TWO: It seems many scouts encounter things that are hard to explain when they return to the group. It’s not easy trying to get people to understand something they have never directly experienced.
So from time to time I will use quotations from other sources. These quotes are not there to prove I am “right” just because someone else whose name you might recognize said the same thing. They are included mainly to try to further explain a concept which can be difficult to grasp and offer another viewpoint using words different than mine which you may relate to more easily.
With very few exceptions, all the quotes and many other references have footnotes to give you the opportunity to check out my sources for yourself. Simply click on the purple footnote number and that will take you to the footnote which will contain an active Internet link. If you want, you can then click on the Internet link to go directly to the source material in your Internet browser. Then click on the word “reading” in the footnote to return to the point you were reading in the text and continue. Try it here by clicking on the number 1.
There are also links embedded in the text to various videos to watch as you read. As usual, click on the purple hyperlink. I have also included some Hollywood movie suggestions at the end of a few chapters from time to time. These movies are not supposed to be viewed as perfect examples of the information you just read, but close enough to the subject matter to be interesting and pertinent as well as entertaining.
THREE: People apparently learn most easily when they can compare something new to something they already understand, called by some a “datum of comparable magnitude.”
For example, if I were to try to tell you about a new game I saw while I was out scouting called “Blat-Blop,” and suggest you might enjoy playing it, you’d most likely have many questions before being willing to engage and ask for further explanation.
But Blat-Blop cannot be explained directly. It’s different than anything other game known to man. So what do I do?
I tell you that Blat-Blop is like American football, except there’s no ball and no goal posts.