We all possess a powerful human soul, and we – along with everything else in the universe – are connected. You might have heard this before, and passed it on as some metaphysical conspiracy. However, there is a much deeper truth to this statement than you understand firsthand.

The universe has had humans baffled for millions of years – I mean, everyone would like to know why we’re here, what were supposed to be doing, and who put us here. These questions are pretty much the basis of every religion on earth. There are many different explanations of interconnectedness based on different religions, but have you ever looked at it from a scientific point of view?

There is almost no possible way to describe our quantum entanglement, but it really isn’t that hard to understand if you try to simplify things. We live in an interdependent universe and everything relies on each other. Just look at our food chain for example. If one species from the bottom were to disappear, it would throw the entire chain into a whack, and possibly end all life that exists – much like the bee scare we face today.

“What you do is what the whole universe is doing at the place you call the here and now. You are something the whole universe is doing in the same way that the wave is something that the whole ocean is doing. The real you is not a puppet which life pushes around. The real deep down you is the whole universe.” ~ Alan Watts

If you really think about us as individuals, our perception of reality, and how our brains make everything make sense to themselves, we are the entire universe in itself. Would the universe exist if we were unable to perceive it? The mental connections we establish are the stories we tell each other. There are nonfiction laws that apply to the story that our universe is constantly unfolding, however, it mostly seems non-fiction. But, we can not deny that there is a much deeper reason that none of us could ever fathom as to why we are actually here.

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Source: http://ewao.com/2017/05/15/interdependent-universe-everything-is-connected/