Visible Reality

But what's the difference? Why our world is not real? Where is this evident? To this see, you need to understand how and what we perceive. Perception of reality we have already talked about that just as with animals we have senses of reality, or feelings. But the problem is that our five sources of information have a limited range of perception. From school physics course, we know that our senses are septenary range information. Remember the rainbow? This is a vision that sees the light in the range from red to violet. Viktor Frankl has much experience in this field. Our hearing is not very good.

We hear a range of sounds from the notes 'to' notes to 'B'. The remaining three sensory organ also have a limit of information. And there is a reality which is beyond the boundary of perception our senses? Of course. Where is this evident? Of scientific data. We are well aware of these border states. Our devices are able to fix them up and use. In the visual range is the infrared and ultraviolet light.

And in sound, respectively, ultrasound and infrasound. This is also a reality, even if we did not catch. There are also people who are able to perceive beyond the boundary of everyday reality. It's all sorts of mediums and clairvoyants who watched these ultra infraspektry and is called the visible picture of their aura, biofield, etc. But how do you think there is a reality and abroad ultra infraspektrov? Of course there is! Although, even if we continue will push the boundaries of his perception, it is still not going to see a full, real world.


As St. John Chrysostom wrote: "We will try as possible to help the dead, instead of tears, instead of weeping rather pompous tombs – our prayers for them, alms and offerings, in order thus to them and we get Promised benefits. " On Tuesday, the second week after Easter, the day after Quasimodo (or "Antipashi"), the Orthodox Church established All Souls' Day, the first after the Passover. This day is called Radonitsa and Easter is for the dead. This year he celebrated the Russian Orthodox Church on May 3. Radonitsa – holiday victory over the grief, sorrow and death. For Orthodox Christians Radonitsa is a special day All Souls' relatives.

It is an ancient custom of celebrating Easter on the graves of the dead, not to mourn the death of loved ones, but on the contrary, to rejoice in the birth of their eternal life. In ancient pagan Rus Radonitsa or Trizna were deities personifying guardians of souls of dead people. Immediately after the funeral Radonitsa sacrifices in the form of abundant feasting and libations at the burial mounds. It was believed that not otletevshaya soul of the deceased rejoices looking at the respect and reverence it provide real people. Funeral feast called himself Navim day, graves, or Radavanitsami Trizna. Centuries later, the "funeral" was called a wake, and "Memorial Easter" – Spring commemoration of the dead. In the spring, when poured juice and blooming nature, our ancestors tried to appease especially souls of the dead. Today many people consider it their duty to go to the cemetery on Easter Sunday itself, Considering that on this day to visit graves and commemorate the dead.