In Quantum theory, entanglement is like action at a distance but faster than the speed of light. Latest observations suggest that a spacetime wormhole connects two entangled particles, thus accounting for their instantaneous communication. Is such entanglement or non-locality a property limited to what is known as entangled particles, or it possibly true for all particles? Some theories suggest it is true for all particles. What kind of spiritual perception or insight parallels, or may account for, such property of entanglement? Is nondual perception sufficient to account for entanglement? Or do we need to look at another characteristic of consciousness - the fundamental spiritual element - to find a realization that parallels the phenomena of entanglement, where there is no time or distance between objects or events? What is the experience of reality in such spiritual realization, and can it give us more insights about quantum entanglement? And what does such spiritual understanding inform us about the deeper properties of time and space? Does it help us understand spacetime wormholes spiritually, and can this then feed into our understanding of quantum entanglement?
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