Albert Einstein, Veganism and the Connected Universe


by Michael Corthell

Albert Einstein is one of the most famous figures in history. He was a scientist known for his formula, E=MC(2). Einstein was a vegetarian during the last years of his life, although he had supported the idea for a long time. In a letter to Max Kariel he said, "I have always eaten animal flesh with a somewhat guilty conscience," and soon after became a vegetarian. Einstein's famous quote:

"Nothing will benefit health or increase chances of survival
 on earth as the evolution to a vegetarian diet."

Further...

''A human being is a part of the whole, called by us "Universe,"
a part limited in time and space.
He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings
as something separated from the rest,
a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness.
This delusion is a kind of prison for us,
restricting us to our personal desires and
to affection for a few persons nearest to us.
Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison
by widening our circle of compassion to embrace
all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.''

- Albert Einstein

Spiritually and scientifically we understand that everything is made of energy. Everything consists of a particular vibration. Without vibrational energy, nothing would exist at all.

The choices we make in life alter our energy vibration, creating karma that either binds us or sets us free.

What we eat permeates the cells of our body, which then has an effect on our energetic vibration (physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually). By eating 100% whole, plant-based food nourishes our mind, body and spirit, raising our energy vibration. But, when we eat animals (or use their products) that have been in a state of pain or suffering in any way, we invite that energy vibration of misery into own being. That animal's suffering literally becomes a part of us.

Most of us know spiritually that we are connected, that everything is connected. Most human beings have become indoctrinated to believe that they are separate from other human beings and all life. That is simply false.

The illusion of separation has been wound so firmly on the ego that it fights vehemently for its own survival. The human ego doesn’t want our soul to embrace our deepest compassion; for true compassion is about oneness and interconnectivity. True compassion means the death of the ego.

Humankind has become destructive, causing massive devastation and suffering for almost all sentient life. The violence that is committed against animals, has however, mostly been covered up; carried out behind closed doors, protecting us from the blood-shed and horror.

How easy it is to deny responsibility when we don’t have blood on our own hands. Most of us stand behind a veil, believing that we are compassionate and loving beings, because we don’t inflict the torture ourselves. Or do we? We make that choice, consuming flesh and produce from other living creatures, calling it food, distanced from the fact, that we are indeed responsible for the brutal deaths of billions of animals every year. We know this in our hearts. Yet how many of us choose to ignore it?

Humankind was meant to thrive.

 The world is indeed waking up. Be part of that awaking and live fully, live well.

For more information go to: The Resonance Science Foundation, dedicated to advancing the research and education of Unified Physics and the unification of all sciences in alignment with a worldview of interconnection and wholeness.


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