Peter Russell was a dual major. Halfway through theoretical physics, he bailed and decided to study theoretical psychology. He makes a compelling argument that consciousness precedes reality. He is well aware of the difficulties inherent in the use of the word “consciousness.” He uses it synonymously with the way I use the term “information,” depending on the context. A couple of important points.
One way of looking at reality is that we live in a space of four dimensions, where the fourth dimension is time. The problem is, “reality” is relative. Continue reading