A great philosopher, William James, nearly a century ago said: “The world that we see that seems so insane, is the result of a belief system that does not work.”
It is a fact that the world we have collectively created is based on false assumptions. The ‘facts’ we have trusted for 300 years to explain the universe and our role in it are flawed. They are based on two false assumptions: 1) The space between things is empty, and 2) Our inner experiences of feeling and belief have no effect on the world beyond our bodies. Quantum physics is revealing a whole new world of possibilities that defies the traditional information we have been taught. A century ago, Einstein mathematically proved that everything in the universe is made out of energy and intertwined and yet the majority of us and school textbooks still adhere to the outdated Newtonian physics that says the universe is a physical mechanism engaged in cause and effect and action and reaction and that we have no control over the apparent random happenings in our world. Rather than thinking of the universe as being made of “things” – such as atoms for example, that have little effect on other things, quantum theories suggest that the universe and our bodies are made of ever-changing fields of energy, which interact with one another to create our world in ways that can only be described as possibilities rather than certainties. This is important because we are part of the energy that is doing the interacting. And it’s our awareness of this fact that changes everything.
- Quantum energy can exist as visible particles or invisible waves.
- A particle can be in one place only, two places at once, or even many places simultaneously. No matter how far apart, the particle acts as if it’s still connected.
These two discoveries actually prove what the saints, mystics, and enlightened persons who came before us have tried to teach us; that we live in a world of potentialities. In their varied ways, those teachers tried to show us that where we choose to direct our energy, in the form of thoughts, words, and deeds, will be the reality that surrounds us as our everyday experiences. Our energy activates the quantum field or divine matrix and manifests our desires. An infinite number of potential realities exist in invisible waveform but only one becomes our current reality; our energy, in the form of thoughts and actions, causes the invisible waves to become visible particles. Thus, it appears we are creating, directing and acting in our own plays. We are creators. That knowledge, once assimilated into our belief system, has the potential to change the world in extraordinary ways. Since we are all smaller parts of the whole, it makes sense that we all benefit when each one of us lives in alignment with this creative energy. (For more information on the science of quantum physics, see Lynne McTaggart’s book, The Field )
So here’s the challenge: Since you are all creators, take responsibility for your creation. If you don’t like what you see, change it. Spend a few minutes each morning creating exactly what you want to happen in your day. When you can sit quietly and listen to God or the universe or the Divine Matrix (or whatever nomenclature you choose to describe the indescribable), you will find that all the answers to all your questions are right there within yourself. It takes practice and patience to actually hear to that voice within but, like anything else, the more you do something, the better you get at it.
I love how Dr. Joseph Dispenza, from What the Bleep!@^%*, described his conscientious creating:
“I wake up in the morning, and I consciously create my day the way I want it to happen. Now, sometimes, because my mind is examining all the things that I need to get done it takes me a little bit to settle down and get to the point where I’m actually intentionally creating my day. But here’s the thing. When I create my day, and out of nowhere, little things happen that are so unexplainable, I know that they are the process or the result of my creation. And the more I do that, the more I build a neural net in my brain and I accept that that’s possible. It gives me the power and the incentive to do it the next day.”
Heather aka Indigo Girl