About 15 years ago I sat watching a computer screensaver draw Mandelbrot fractals. You've probably seen Mandelbrot fractals, they look like this:
Fractals are simply geometric branches, like tree limbs, veins in plants and animals, lightning, etc. A brilliant mathematician named Benoît Mandelbrot discovered the mathematical equations that describe these fractals. The branching pattern re-occurs over and over again as one looks more closely at the branches. In math and science circles this is known as recursion.
As I sat watching them branch out across the screen, it occurred to me that the energetic structure of our universe, macroscopically at least, seemed to be in fractal form. Throughout the physical and energetic universes (or multiverse), energy branches out in fractal tentacles and creates the physical structures we know, from galactic structures to subatomic particles and beyond. As I pondered it, I thought a possible visible example of this is in Kirlian photos of living organisms, where the subject is electrified and photographed to show the fractal pattern that the electrical energy takes on as it emits from the subject.
So I was pleasantly surprised when I attended a two-day lecture by renowned cellular biologist Dr. Bruce H. Lipton (www.brucelipton.com), and the geneticist who has studied quantum biology since the 1960s was saying the same thing: that the universe is energetically structured as a giant never-ending fractal. In his Biology of Belief Lite presentation, he also brilliantly showed how consciousness affects the physical body and possibly creates physical reality. This video shows the concept of how these fractal structures, when zoomed in on, simply repeat themselves:
Okay, that’s all very nice, but so what? It supports the concept that sages, mystics, and philosophers have said for ages, "as above, so below." From universes, galaxies, and solar systems to the double-helix of our DNA, to subatomic structures, energy flows from these larger structures into the smaller as spiral fractals of energy that manifest as matter. We are simply in a small band of energy (or frequency range) that repeats nonstop from bigger than us to smaller than us, probably never ending in each direction. As these spirals flow, they create the cycles that we see in our existence: galactic and planetary motion, seasons, hot and cold, light and dark, you name it.