The root of Chinese culture is holography, or rather, the major vein of Chinese culture is holographic culture rather than Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. …
The root of Chinese culture is holography, or rather, the major vein of Chinese culture is holographic culture rather than Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism.
The connotation of holographic phenomenon is the hologram of the universe. It's so expansive that nothing is excluded, and it can also be so small that nothing can be included. Every phenomenon and everything has a hologram telepathy with the universe. There is nothing independent of a thing and no phenomenon independent of a phenomenon. To put it more vividly, the fluttering of wings by a butterfly in Alaska of America can trigger a storm in the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. A coughing by an Eskimo in the Arctic region may induce the fall of an Australian from a building.
When interpreting the thinking of mankind, I discover that the most profound thinking is holographic thinking, which is followed in order by non form thinking, Taiji thinking, visualized thinking, illusive thinking, and the like. The Confucian thinking is the material thinking, the lowest level of thinking, Taoist thinking is Taiji thinking, Buddhist thinking is non form thinking, the western thinking based upon science and
technology is image thinking and associative thinking. The currently prevailing thinking of the new era, for example, Seth's thinking, "Conversation with God", The Law Of One, "The Disappearance of the Universe", A Course in Miracles and so on, belongs to illusive thinking. The ultimate road that man will take is holographic thinking, or rather, mankind will inherit, carry on and promote the holographic culture.
We can get to know and understand the holographic culture from the four phenomena--revelation, the eight diagrams, Huzi, and Mahjong.