Posts Tagged ‘quantum physics’
I remember very distinctly how in health class my fifth grade teacher was teaching us about our senses. She mentioned seeing, hearing, feeling, taste and smell. Our five human senses. And then she said, “We used to have six senses, but we don’t have that anymore.” And that was the end of it.
We don’t have that anymore? How could I even explore it? Who else would teach me about my sixth sense? Did I have less sense? Was I not running on all six cylinders? How could this have happened? Shouldn’t they be teaching about all the senses of the mind and body? I would have felt suppressed had I only known, what I didn’t. Thank the Holy Spirit that eventually it came around for me to understand that the sixth sense is something that we use every day. Read the rest of this entry »
Quantum physics deals with the behavior of matter and energy on a minuscule scale – the scale of atoms and subatomic particles. Atoms are tiny force fields described as waves and research has shown that atoms can spread out to be in more than one place at one time.
In the quantum world, common sense is violated and has no place. On the quantum level atoms become fuzzy and erratic. Particles appear and disappear at random. Nothing is certain. In other words, atoms are like people – they are hard to predict with absolute certainty.
We are basically light and information – patterns of energy. At the quantum level there are infinite amounts of energy in a very, very small amount of time. The energy cannot be observed, so you don’t know what it is. It’s a place where miracles happen and all the possibilities come together. For example, if the atom were the size of a marble, and an electron the width of a hair, they would be two miles apart. Read the rest of this entry »
Anyone who has studied physics knows that energy can neither be created, nor destroyed. We, our souls, are no different. The life we are living is just one in a series of many. As the universe is infinite and exists on multiple dimensions, so do we. This is the concept of reincarnation, or literally, a soul being born into a different body.
Many of us have heard stories of people, especially young children, who recount details of past lives which seem impossible for them to have learned in the present day. This experience is universal, across cultures and ethnicity.
When we experience a strong sense of déjà vu, or having seen something before, chances are, we are remembering experiences from our past. We may also bear markings, such as scars or birthmarks, in the same positions as before. In some cases, we may even remember a language that we never learned in this life! Read the rest of this entry »
I recently went to see the newest Hobbit movie in 3D at the IMAX theatre. This experience was more like being inside the movie rather than watching a movie. During the show I had the most amazing revelation. It was something I had considered intellectually for decades, but this time it became a visceral reality. I finally understood the true purpose of my life. I was raised to save the world!
Sure, at eleven years old I was going door to door to raise money for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in their campaign to stop the burnings and hangings of African Americans. Yes, in the 60s it was still done for fun here, in public, and attended by children too. But the idea of not saving the world has never quite become a reality for me – it was still just an attachment. Read the rest of this entry »
In Beyond the Postmodern Mind, Huston Smith writes that “Rationalism and Newtonian science has lured us into dark woods, but a new metaphysics can rescue us”. Mankind will never give up its quest to find spiritual meaning and purpose in this world. This quest is what has been driving both science and religion for centuries.
The Buddha said, “The teacher appears when the student is ready.” The same principle applies to the human species as a collective. We have been exposed to new esoteric and scientific insights as we evolved – always when the time was right and the world was ready. Prominent religions all over the world were all founded on esoteric guidance and metaphysical wisdom delivered at various times throughout history by great teachers and prophetic messengers. But as time passed and these religions expanded, they were often contaminated by human bureaucracy, superstition, doctrine and dogma, which distorted the original teachings. Read the rest of this entry »
Quantum healing utilizes the power of focused intent. Intent is the energetic foundation for manifesting the substance and structure of your beliefs into observable reality. You have never seen a house built without some kind of blueprint. Intent is your blueprint.
Once you are able to believe in a possibility other than what you have already experienced, to entertain that a new idea could be possible, you’ve entered into the quantum realm, where all things are possible. Energy follows thought, and feeling catalyzes. If you want to accomplish something, you first have to imagine it, then feel it. Once you really integrate and apply the basic quantum principles, you will realize that the ideas in quantum physics provide a very real gateway into a realm of possibility. It allows for instantaneous healing, physical manifestation, and virtual transformation of every aspect of your life. Read the rest of this entry »
To some this ‘skill’ may seem magical, spiritual, ethereal, indefinable and incalculable, or a mechanism without reason, a hidden method of accessing what to some can be termed as a ‘super-power’.
Nevertheless, when you read books or theories put together by scientists who study everything from Einstein’s theory of relativity to quantum mechanics, you can see that there are possibilities for this type of phenomenon.
Think of Einstein’s theory as the study of physics on a macrocosmic standpoint (gravity, light, velocity, and the measurements and predictions of the movements and mechanisms of planets and galaxies), and quantum physics being of the ‘smallest’ possible breakdown of these laws on the tiniest level – beyond atoms and molecules, into the smallest denominator, and into how they behave in different environments. Read the rest of this entry »
At the end of a recent meditation, I asked my guides to tell me which direction to take regarding an important decision. My main spirit guide Arthur gave me the answer: “It’s all just an illusion, so you choose…”
My guides often give me mind-boggling input. I have pages of automatic writing from childhood that I still haven’t demystified. On this particular occasion, I did some Internet research about the word ‘illusion’. I stumbled once again upon the belief the religions of the East have long upheld: that the material world is Maya, an illusion. Although we may think we are physical beings moving through a physical world, this too is an illusion.
Are we swimming in a kaleidoscopic sea of energetic ‘frequency’? The combined work of David Bohm and Karl Pibram – known as the ‘holographic paradigm’- outlines the proposition that our individual brains are indivisible portions of the greater, universal hologram and that everything is infinitely interconnected. Read the rest of this entry »