Zero Point Field


Day 26 of the #AtoZChallenge

Zero Point Field

Holy crap, we made it! I wasn’t sure if it were possible, yet here I sit, a few hundred words away from crossing the finish line. An excellent feeling. I made some new friends and I found some really divine blogs in the process so, like labor, all the suffering was worth it. Without any additional hesitation, here’s Z:

The dictionary definition of the zero point field is — heh, heh — well, it hasn’t made it into the dictionary yet, but Wikipedia has this to say:

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Zero out here…

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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4 Responses to Zero Point Field

  1. Liz Brownlee says:

    Aha! Last time I visited your blog I couldn’t find a way to comment, if you go to read in full, the comment box is not there! I didn’t realise it was on the summary page. Then I forgot to come back and try again, so glad you visited me again this morning. This stuff fascinates me, too. My husband and I are atheists but we do Transcendental Meditation – and while down there in your deeper consciousness you do feel that connection to all the other life on the planet, it is really wonderful. I LOVE your writing. Thank you for visiting my blog! ~Liz


    • pjlazos says:

      Thanks, Liz! I loved all your nature posts as well. You should pick up the McTaggert book if you are interested in this stuff. It’s really fascinating. Also, a book that talks about it (that doesn’t seem like it would) and that I just loved is called “Busting Loose from the Money Game.” I forget who wrote it, but he talks about holograms and law of attraction — focus, basically — and it’s all very fascinating. As a Transcendental Meditator, I thing you’d find it very interesting.


  2. Ken Dowell says:

    A to Z and interesting stuff too! Congratulations PJ.


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