This isn’t even speculation. It is pure imagination!
What if… there were a field of energy soooo big, the word “infinite” just began to describe the number of frequencies in it? A field is just a mathematical construct where we draw lines to represent the way we perceive the energy flows. If we constructed a hologram of a horseshoe magnetic field, it wold have three dimensions in space. If we added the Newtonian linear construct of time, we would have four dimensions. Our new, huge energy field is n-dimensional. We can’t comprehend it, but we can imagine it.
Now let’s say, due to the law of entropy, or enthalpy, or some other phenomena, a few packets of energy slow down and begin to form matter. The matter grows and because of gravity or some other force, begins compressing on itself. It attracts more energy into it, and becomes as a black hole in our huge energy field. Finally, all this energy can’t stand being compressed, and like a massive atomic bomb, goes “boom.” The Big Bang from a different point of view.
This energy and matter, expand from the explosion. Woosh! We have our universe. Energy is neat stuff. At the sub-atomic level it travels in packets when we look at it. When we look at it differently, it travels in waves. Regardless of how we look at it, it has two other properties: it can be transmitted and it can transform. Focus sunlight (photons) through a magnifying glass on a piece of paper, and light energy turns into heat energy.
Now let’s take another look at this matter stuff. Most of it is just slowed down energy and space. Should we go as deep as we can today into matter, at the sub-atomic level, we find a bunch of weird particles: quarks and stuff. What’s neat is some little tinsey bits of energy are bouncing around in there, doing something with the quarks? This energy is called Zero Point Field (ZPF) and had to come from the Big Bang. We humans are matter too. There are those who call us “star seed.” I guess that is as far as they can imagine. Stars go back to the Big Bang. Maybe we are “Big Bang seed?”
Since our original field is so incomprehensibly huge, there is nothing stopping energy slowing down at some other point or points, compressing and going boom? Waddya know? Another universe. A parallel universe? A Perpendicular universe? Maybe we call it an alternate dimension? What’s in a name?
Now, let’s give this incomprehensibly huge energy field, from which our ZPF originated, a name. We like names. Let’s call it “love.” Indigenous peoples of North America call it “The great Spirit.” In South America, Quetzalcoatl. Think also of Agape, Akasha, ApAaga and Amore. There are all kinds of names. Holy Shit! That means everything, including us, is made of love!
So what is so special about us? I really don’t know? Could it be because we have a larger genome with more base pair than any other living creature? (Except Norwegian Spruce, Whisk Ferns and some amphibians. Frogs only have 13 chromosomes or with the copy, 26 where we have 23 and with the copy, 46. The spruce has a dozen and and the DNA is repetitive. Maybe this is why girls kiss frogs? ) And how do we define living? Is it because we critters from amoeba on up, have a bit of excess or different frequency of energy? Could it be we have a greater capacity to focus love than animals? I look at my pup wagging her tail, and observe we do not appear to be using this capacity! And why is it animals and plants have this energy and rocks don’t appear to have it? Or is that we cannot perceive it, or have been diminished so we cannot perceive it?
What if then, everything was all made out of the same stuff? Just different forms determined by different frequencies? If what makes us so special is we are given a greater capacity and ability to receive and transmit love, to focus love, then my observation is we are doing a lousy job! We talk about being a part of the conscious mind, which may be this incomprehensibly large energy field, from which everything comes. Yet we disregard ourselves even in the form of another unique likeness of ourselves?
Of course, this is only one, imaginary point of view. But Einstein said imagination is more important than knowledge? And really, what difference does it make what point of view we have? What is important is that we see and let love: let love flow through us so we may see. It is really very simple. But sometimes not easy.