Mathematician Benoit B. Mandelbrot explains how he discovered that everything - from the micro to the macro - is connected.
“There are no coincidences,” your friend tells you from across the table. “Truly,” she assures. “You create your reality, and what you put out comes back.”
While you roll your eyes, part of you wonder if there is any truth to the belief that we live in a vibrational universe, and that each of us is responsible for the course of our own lives. It sounds romantic, and you’d like to think that you might have played a role in the past because that means you could change the future… Right?
Immediately, the thought flits out of your head. But later that day, you come across Benoit B. Mandelbrot, an infamous mathematician who claims to have discovered the thumbprint of God.
Listening to his video (above), you’re suddenly struck with the inspiration to learn more. And it begins…
Mandelbrot was just a boy when he discovered that he was exceedingly gifted at math. And that talent allowed him to later discover that everything in this universe is connected. Because we live in a world where everything demands scientific validation, Mandelbrot’s discovery has changed many peoples’ beliefs about the idea that we all come from the same Source – and will return to the One eventually.
We’ll let you hear from him how he discovered that everything in the Universe – from the micro to the macro – connects, in this last interview which took place before he died.
Truly, there’s more to the cosmos than meets the eye, and this genius’ work may just help all of us discover and experience our limitless potential.
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