Articles in Category: Sydney's Reality-Tech

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The Reality-Tech blog by Sydney Miller focuses on her research into new and emerging technologies and how they relate to our spiritual evolution as a species. "Reality 3.0 ... Harnessing Technology for the Evolution of Consciousness."

Mastering the Game

Written by Sydney Miller

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In the last blog, I mentioned the rules of the Creation Game – physics (the physical world we can see) and metaphysics (what we can’t see, the subtle dimensions, the substratum of all and everything).

Friday, 01 May 2015

What is Reality?

Written by Sydney Miller

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The Oxford Dictionary defines reality as: The world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them. 2

Wikipedia takes it a step further, saying that: “common colloquial usage would have reality mean ‘perceptions, beliefs, and attitudes toward reality,’ as in ‘My reality is not your reality.’” 3

Monday, 23 March 2015

Sydney's Reality-Tech Blog: An Introduction

Written by Sydney Miller

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Consciousness is the substratum of all and everything, and it evolves. For thousands of years, before science became a separate and competing meme to religion, the ancient wisdom traditions were the source of knowledge about the nature of reality. That knowledge came into question by the scientific revolution which dared to question the underlying assumptions, declaring them too subjective and not quantifiable, thus denying their validity. The battle of science vs. religion has subsequently been playing out for centuries.

Friday, 13 February 2015

Reality 3.0 ... Harnessing Technology for the Evolution of Consciousness

Written by Sydney Miller

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Everyone is a student of “reality”. We all learn about reality every minute of our day, with our minds and sensory perceptions and, through our experience of reality, we grow or evolve. We are genetically designed to do so for our survival, which is our primal concern. Yet, our realities differ drastically from one person to the next, and there is much excellent research which explains how that happens.

Friday, 06 March 2015