When any of us meet someone who rejects dominate norms and values, we feel a little less crazy for doing the same. Any act of rebellion or nonparticipation,even on a very small scale, is therefore a political act
Charles Eisenstein charleseisenstein.net
There is a holographic movement on this planet that is speaking to and debating the foundations to our culture.
The term holographic means the part mirrors the whole. For example, in holographic photography, if one smashes the photographic plate upon which the image sits in waveform, what one finds in the pieces are not individual parts. Rather, what one finds is the whole.
The image may not be as sharp as before. Yet, the whole kit and caboodle is still there. In each of us, within each part, is the whole!
Gaze into the nighttime skies and see how the atoms comprising your body relate to the relationship of stars to empty space. To gaze outwardly in this case is to gaze inwardly. Yes, we are in Nature's (or God's if you prefer) image.
We are nested within the universe and that universe is nested within us. More profoundly, in each tiny particle floating about in seeming isolation is also the whole.
Ultimately we come to infinity. The question then becomes, "how can the infinite exist side by side with itself?"
The answer? "It doesn't."
The holographic nature of the universe is not something that was originally discussed by physicist David Bohm and neurologist Karl Pribram. It goes way back into human history. Consider these lines by William Blake:
To see the world in a grain of sand
And eternity in an hour.
Can you see that within yourself? Are you not more than a grain of sand in your manifestation?