So which one of the following defines the other…the ‘laws’ of science or the ‘laws’ of unpredictably? Here’s Seth with clarification:
“True order and organization, even of biological structure, can be achieved only by granting a basic unpredictability. I am aware that this sounds startling. BASICALLY, however, the motion of any wave or particle or entity is unpredictable—freewheeling and undetermined. Your life structure is a result of that unpredictability. Your psychological structure is also.
“However, because you are presented with a fairly cohesive picture, in which certain laws seem to apply, you think that the laws come first and physical reality follows. Instead, the cohesive picture is the result of the unpredictable nature that is and must be basic to all energy.
“Statistics provide an artificial, predetermined framework in which your reality is then examined. Mathematics is a theoretical organized structure that of itself imposes your ideas of order and predictability. Statistically, the position of an atom can be theorized, BUT NO ONE knows where any given atom is at any given time.
“You are examining probable atoms. You are composed of probable atoms. Give us a moment. (A one-minute pause.)
“Consciousness, to be fully free, had to be endowed with unpredictability. All That Is had to surprise himself, itself, herself, constantly, through freely GRANTING ITSELF ITS OWN FREEDOM, or forever repeat itself.
“This basic unpredictability then follows through on all levels of consciousness and being.”
The “Unknown” Reality, Vol. 1, Session 681