Shakti: Rather than say, “Have a good day,” the Navajos would say, “May you walk in beauty.” A well-known Navajo night-chant ends: “With beauty before me, I walk. With beauty behind me, I walk. With beauty below me, I walk. With beauty all around me, I walk.” The Navajo concept of beauty evokes something profound and fundamental. Similar perhaps to what scientists call a ‘dimension’ or ‘field’?

Rupert: When scientists use the word ‘dimension’ or ‘field’, they mean a kind of interconnection. In that quote, it sounds very like a synonym for God. You could just ...


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