There is, perhaps, a very simple reason why it is so difficult todiscern in the quantum description the objects we believe quantummechanics ought to describe. Perhaps the quantum mechanicaldescription is not the whole story, a possibility most prominentlyassociated with Albert Einstein. (For a general discussion ofEinstein’s scientific philosophy, and in particular of hisapproach to the conflicting positions of realism and positivism, seethe entry on .)
Warning: It is the positions of the particles in Bohmian mechanicsthat are its “hidden variables”, an unfortunate bit ofterminology. As Bell writes, referring to Bohmian mechanics andsimilar theories,
The expression can be written as
in this theory an explicit causal mechanism exists whereby thedisposition of one piece of apparatus affects the results obtainedwith a distant piece. …
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(iii) The "I AM" realm described by mystics throughout the ages as the realm of limitless Being, boundless love and pure potency. This is the realm that was revealed to Moses in the wilderness, for example.
Jean Houston believes that jumping from the time bound, socially conditioned life of the THIS IS ME realm directly into the "boundless unconditioned state of I AM ness" is too much for most people. They need the intermediate WE ARE realm of mythology and archetypal stories as a bridging place to prepare for the life of the spirit and to learn how to navigate through the various stages of the hero's journey. (Houston, 1994)
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The hero's journey is basically a road map that shows any human being a pathway from the outer world of our everyday lives inward towards deeper spiritual dimensions. There are various versions of these stages. Campbell himself said: "A hero ventures forth from the world of common day into a region of supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man." (Campbell, 1949) In one version of the hero's journey, there are three key stages: separation (from one's everyday life); initiation (where one is tested); and return (to one's everyday life, to share with others what one has learned and experienced).
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(ii) The "WE ARE" realm housing "the myths and guiding archetypes that connect the personal self with its spiritual source. This realm also serves as a cultural template, providing the primal patterns that take form as works of art, architecture, literature and drama."
"There are many paths to God." - Common mystical view.
(i) The "THIS IS ME" realm of our everyday self, the space-and-time bound personality that is heavily influenced by habit, social conditioning and cultural patterns.