MAINSTREAM science creates an insurmountable obstacle to understanding the real nature of life because of one single belief issue.
Refusing to recognize life as a distinct force, science blocks all understanding of the nature of reality.
“The greatest problem of philosophy, is the physical and substantial nature of life,” H. P. Blavatsky wrote.
“It is its independent nature, which is denied by modern science—because that science is unable to comprehend it.”
“The reincarnationists and believers in Karma alone dimly perceive that the whole secret of Life is in the unbroken series of its manifestations: whether in, or apart from, the physical body.”
The best definition of life that modern science can seem to come up with is Herbert Spencer’s old definition that defines the phenomenon, but gives no hint of its cause.
“Life is a definite combination of heterogeneous changes,” Spencer says, “both simultaneous and successive
in correspondence with external coexistences and sequences.”
This consensus is sustained because “most researchers still believe they can build from one side of nature, the physical,” says Biocentrist Dr. Robert Lanza who concludes, crucially: “without the other side, the living.”