Where did we come from? A big bang? Where did the "Big Bang" come from? Who created the "Big Bang" at the first place? A super intelligent creator? Well, this video - "The God Within" by Mike Adams is the best summary of all scientific explanations of our origin of universe that I have watched so far. Let's check it out! It is quite a lengthy video...

Unfortunately after you've watched this video,  you will still do not get the answer. The origin has been suggested as "Nothing", "Spontaneous Creation", "Dark Matter" or whatever theories that come up with, it still leaves with a very big question mark, where does the origin came from?

However, all those scientific explanations and experiments only tell you one thing which is the answer is from within. It is in fact has been proven scientifically that "no microscopic property is a property until it is is an observed property"! Thus it concludes that you're part of the universe and you can make changes to universe. The reality is our own reflections in other words, our reality is an illusion. 

An interesting experiment shows that electrons are particle when they are observed or else they are waves. Huh? Why is this so? Welcome to the Quantum Physics! Let's watch this video if you want to find out more. Yes, another lengthy video but you won't regret to finish it...

The conclusion of all these scientific explanation is you don't need to look externally to search for the origin but rather by understanding or knowing yourself, then you know what is the origin. That why's "the God is within" and this aligns of many meditation concepts and philosophy where focusing on consciousness and enlightenment which is also very similar to Buddhism teaching.

So now back the question, is there a scientific explanation of our origin? Honestly, the answer is

No, Because Explaining Our Origin Is Beyond Our Science

You may ask why is it so? Why our science cannot explain our origin? Well the answer is pretty simple too if you follow this blog closely enough. I'm sorry, it is not God. God is just one of the origins where HE has the origin too. So, the ultimate answer is

The Origin of Universe Does NOT Exist, Because Everything Is Looping.

If everything is at looping, there is no starting and ending points. If there is no starting point, there is no origin. The origin of universe does not exist at all. :) If it doesn't exist, how science can prove it? It is as simple as that. Do you agree?

What is Buddhism?

Posted by ChampDog | Saturday, June 16, 2012

In my previous posts, I specifically talked about these 2 facts or maybe I should just call them my opinions:

So, why?  Why Buddhism is not a religion? Why ultimate Buddhism is a a free thinking? This is all because the main teaching of Buddhism is about one thing - "realization". Other words, you may call it awareness or enlightenment.You can look at my previous comment here for replying to one of the readers who questioned that isn't that Buddhism a belief too because they believe in Karma? Well, it is not. If you understand Buddhism as a belief, then you understand it wrongly. Let's read again on my previous comment from the link above. :)

It is All from Within
The most important element of Buddhism is about realization and it must be from within and not from external which means that you realize or aware of something by your own but not because of someone tells you something and you just believe in it. For example, a Buddhist teaches you about Karma concept. Is it the truth? No one knows in reality. Buddhism will ask you to figure the answer out  by yourself. It seems to be a truth is because more than one person who can able to discover the same fact but ultimately still you have to discover that by your own. What other people discovered is only as a reference for you regardless of who those people are (even if they're your Buddhist teacher!)  :)

So clearly with such teaching philosophy, isn't that Buddhism a free thinking philosophy? You're basically free to think whatever that you want. It is not belief too since most religions are about belief. Buddhism does not force you to believe in something. They only share with you what they know. Whenever Buddhism tells you something, it is meant for reference and you're not suppose to believe it without doing any homework. So, it is a religion? That obviously is not a religion right in my opinion.

Hope that makes sense so far, and I summary what Buddhism is about as follow:

Buddhism is a Philosophy to teach you how to Find Your Answer by Your Own


Does Any Movie Explain the Concept of Looping?

Posted by ChampDog | Saturday, April 28, 2012

Someone asked me this question whether there is any movie out there that explains the concept of looping that I mentioned in my blog. In fact, yes there is one and it is one of the best movie that I have ever watched other than “The Matrix”. The movie is called:


Not a new movie, this movie was released in 2009. I’m surprise why this movie is not well known enough. I guess you have not heard about it too, right? It is basically undervalued in my opinion. I will say this is the marketing fault. So now you know it, please watch this movie and I’m sure you won’t regret. You may also need to watch it few times to understand what exactly is happening and yet I guarantee you may still confused after that.

This movie was directed and wrote by Christopher Smith with the key main actress, Melissa George. You can check out more information here.

I also found a full movie in YouTube (see below) but I”m not sure the copyright issue. Anyhow, I encourage you to buy the original DVD because it is a good movie for collection too.

What so amazing about this “Triangle” movie?
  • It explains the “concept of looping” that I mentioned in my blog. The movie doesn’t just show single loop but it shows loop within loop and also outer loop. Most of us experience only single loop because we haven’t never gone out of that loop. Who know if we shorten our loop path and look at that from higher level, we may experience what Jess (the main actress in the movie) experienced in the movie?
  • It is totally unexpected. You will not know “exactly” what is going on until you watch until the middle of the movie. Even after that, you still do not know what is going on until you watch it until the end. If at the end, you may thought you understand but in fact you may not. Watch it few times then you will know what I mean here.
  • Every actions, every words and every scenes in the movie mean something. There is a reason for all those actions,scenes or whoever just says something but you may not even realize it until the end of the movie or you watch it again and again. I salute the writer of this movie. He is really awesome!
What do you think of this movie? Let share your comment...

Do Hell and Heaven Exist?

Posted by ChampDog | Sunday, January 08, 2012

The answers to these 2 questions subject to the Hell and Heaven's definition. Let's look the definitions of hell and heaven that I get from a dictionary:

Hell's Definition
  • The world of the dead where you're being punished and suffer.
My take: A place of the dead? Hmm... why must be a place of the dead? To me a hell is simply a suffering condition and not really a place technically. This means it doesn't matter where you're, as long as you're in suffering, you're in hell. If we have to find a place to define hell, earth is the best place because most of us are suffering in some ways or another. Too bad, you are already in hell! :) lol

Heaven's Definition
  • A place beyond the sky with great happiness, delight, or pleasure
My take: A place beyond the sky? Why must beyond the sky? It is not necessary and it could be anywhere. Just like hell, a heaven is not place but is a condition that make you feel like a place. Great happiness, delight and pleasure, where you can get those? It is all within you. If we have to find a place to define heaven, sorry no one has the answer. Some religions called this place a "Nirvana" but it merely another definition like "Heaven".

So, do hell and heaven exist?

Yes but not necessary the hell or heaven is a place, it could be just a condition.

By the way, when you're Hell doesn't mean you will be forever in Hell. Same to when you're in Heaven, will you be forever in Heaven? No, the suffer and happiness will end and restart. When the suffer restarts, it could be no longer suffer. When the happiness restarts, it could be no longer happiness. Everything is looping, remember?

P/S: After death, we move to another milestone but it is not necessary a hell or heaven. It could be something else and it doesn't really matter because it is merely just another milestones.