We are brought up to picture the universe as a vast expanse of empty space dotted by tiny isolated stars. Later we learn of the Milky Way, that fuzzy band of light seen in the night sky and learn the Milky Way is just one galaxy amongst two trillion galaxies in the “visible” universe.
We also learn that our star is a sun like all the other stars that populate the galaxies. So basically we picture dots of light sprinkled through a possibly unending cosmos.
The scene I describe above is such a narrow and distorted depiction of the cosmos. The universe is actually a collection of invisible spheres overlapping one another geometrically and energetically.
What is invisible is the sphere of radiation that emanates from every star, radiation that falls off with intensity related to distance but never ever ending. So, too, each star is associated with an infinite sphere of gravitational energy. Every star radiates gravitational forces that likewise extend to infinity, but fall off in intensity with distance. All these spheres penetrate one another producing a dance of energetic entities, energy in one form morphing into another form.
WE LIVE IN A UNIVERSE OF INVISIBLE OVERLAPPING SPHERES. KNOWING THAT SHOULD PROFOUNDLY ALTER OUR INDIVIDUAL INTELLECTUAL AND EMOTIONAL MODELS OF THE UNIVERSE OF WHICH WE ARE A PART.