Friday, May 05, 2006

Matrix and the NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) Theory

Author: Kedar Joshi (1979- )

The NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) theory is the most advanced, theoretically accurate, unificatory theory that is deeply related to the idea of the whole world to be a matrix. Through the NSTP theoretical perspective space (as a room or void out there) is a projection of non - spatial mind, which is the reality. Space is a mere form of illusion, a virtual reality. Thus the theory speaks of two worlds : 1. Spatial (the pseudo one) and 2. Non - spatial (the real one). The whole reality is thus a universal non - spatial program whose real elements (hardware) are non - spatial feelings while space is a kind of software that is projected or morphed onto the non - spatial hardware. And the best practical way, it seems, is to modulate the non - spatial program (say, through meditation) to change the spatial illusion (or even terminate it) in order to gain maximum pleasure.

Kedar Joshi BSc MA MRI Cambridge, UK.

About the author: Inventor of the NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) Theory


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