Programming our own reality

sub atomicparticlesOne of the most intriguing questions these days in alternative circles is whether or not human beings can actually change reality with the power of thought or intention. Could this be possible?

Well, the old fashioned (Newtonian) way of scientific thinking stated that the physical world operates like a machine. The laws of physics dictate how the world around us worked. For every given set of inputs you would get a predictable output. If things did not conform to what was expected it was thought it was because we did not understand that part of the machine.  How then could we change things if they are set?

A couple of weeks ago I posted an article called Human input into creation?  This concerned the scientific discipline of Quantum Mechanics. QM deals with the very particles of energy which make up the atoms that make up all of the physical world including us. At this level the world is not a machine. Particles to not always follow set rules. Put simplistically, one of the discoveries of QM is that the input of an observer can decide what final form an individual particle finally takes.

As I said then “Individual sub atomic particles have seemingly endless possibilities of form and position in time and space. They only settle on one, though, when observed or measured.” What does this actually mean? This actually means that the consciousness of the observer brings the particle into set being. So one one level we can be said to be continually creating our own reality. QM scientist say that this only applies to the quantum world and does not show itself in our complex physical reality. Is that  wholly true however?


Aspect of Reality

In quantum mechanics the consciousness of the observer brings the particles into set being. We are continually creating our own reality using our mind.

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