A new documentary about physicist David Bohm (H/T Rupert Sheldrake) may be watched here.
I was introduced to Jiddu Krishnamurti’s ideas when twelve years old, 1960, in Sydney, NSW. Decades later I came across U.G. Krishnamurti’s ideas. It led me to the realization that the implicate order, the Quantum potential, or consciousness, is continuously unfolding 3-D reality. Nonlocal connection is a physical fact demonstrated by remote viewing and by more recent experiments.
Imagine this thought experiment – one has a body B1 separated from another body B2 by a distance D observed by observer, O, in this case me. We know that if B2 moves, B1 moves instantaneously in a gravity or electrical field, but a problem arises because O does not see/observe any change in D. No motion is observed. This is not physically reasonable unless we realize that D is zero, realizing also that the distances between the Bs and O must also equal zero if D is zero. In another word, irreducible Wholeness that is consciousness of which we are part. In other words the observer and the observed are the same. Added: Physically this is impossible in a mechanistic materialist universe but logically the only solution for a holographic universe enfolded by consciousness.
It is the activity of our thinking by naming, and thus objectifying, what is observed into an observed and observer duality, that also creates space between the observer and the observed that fragments reality into separate bodies or objects or the embodied physical reality we exist in.
We do not have separate minds, souls, spirits and so on, but seem to tap into a global or universal mind determined by our culture with our brain acting, in a metaphorical sense, as a two-way radio transceiver; our problem, the human problem, is our addiction to beliefs that manifest as continuous radio transmitting by the brain, submerging reality into the background of noise. This addiction is also known as brainwashing, whether by religion or ideology.