Quantitative Biology


What is Love? The Physical Cosmology of Spiritual Union

Authors: Richard L. Amoroso

Until now descriptions of the nature of love have been left to the muse of poets and inspiration of philosophers. Psychologists usually refer to love as an emotion and biologists as a biochemical condition. Proponents of Artificial Intelligence (AI) suggest love can be described by a computer program even with current computer technology if we only knew the correct algorithm. Cognitive psychologists would profess that love reduces to configurational states in neural networks, microtubules or synapses. These aspects are not denied only that they are the wrapping and not the essence of love itself. Now that the physical cosmology of the mind-body interaction (awareness) has been discovered, it is possible to describe the fundamental basis of love. What is the soul, what is life, what is intelligence, and especially what is love and why it takes a whole cosmology to be adequately described are questions that noetic science begins to formally answer. It will take volumes to completely describe the physical cosmology of love; thus in this work we give basic descriptions as a way of introducing what comes in the near future as new noetic technologies become available to explore Self-Organized Living Systems (SOLS). A unique form of meditation to subjectively experience the soul of another person as if one were them is also introduced

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