Quantum physics has made it clear that the mind has control over matter.
Descartes argued that while the study of matter or the atoms that make up our physical body and everything in the universe belongs to the field of science, our mind and all that is invisible fall within the domain of religion. Isaac Newton, the most famous physicist in history, clarified this idea by showing that all atoms are made of solid matter.
The Newtonian universe was like a machine governed by a set of laws. We can determine, calculate and predict everything in it. Energy was an external force that was separate from matter, but when applied to it, it could change the physical state of matter. Our minds had no control over events.
Quantum Physics- Energy and matter are related
Einstein then undermined the entire basis of Newton’s work and entered the era of new quantum physics by declaring that time and space are relative, not absolute as scientists believed before the introduction of the theory of relativity. Therefore, energy and matter could be related and interchangeable.
Other scientists like Planck, Bohr, and Heisenberg have used newer technology to study how the subatomic world works. It was the birth of quantum physics, the study of matter and energy at the nanoscopic level.
They found that quanta (the smallest form of energy) form the atoms that make up the molecules that make up objects; Everything you see is made up of these quantum particles. However, these quantum particles do not behave according to the principles of Newtonian physics, which makes them a set of possibilities.
These scientists later observed that light is the force that holds all particles, atoms, and quantum molecules together – all forms of matter are made of solidified light. This light behaves like a wave when it bends around a corner and a particle travels in a straight line.
At the subatomic level, atoms are not solid but rather 99% energy or particles. Nothing is stable or solid. Matter appears once as a probability wave, the other as a solid particle, and then disappears into thin air and reappears elsewhere. The universe was no longer fixed, but rather moving energy vortices. Events can now be checked and edited.
The observer effect: our thoughts matter
Electrons exist simultaneously in an infinite series of possibilities and possibilities in an invisible energy field. Only when an observer focuses his attention on a particular electron does that electron appear.
A particle can only manifest itself when we actually observe it in space and time. At the subatomic level, energy responds to our careful attention and becomes matter. To the extent that our thoughts can influence the movement of energy, we can influence an event.
The quantum field: we are all interconnected
The “quantum field” contains all possibilities, so we become reality through our thoughts (consciousness), emotions and state of existence. The quantum field is made up of invisible potential energy that can organize itself from energy to subatomic particles, atoms, molecules, and even everything.
Everything – humans, stars, galaxies – depends on this invisible energy somewhere beyond space and time. This concept is known as quantum entanglement. According to this theory, when two particles are somehow connected together, they will always remain that way. The universe, our thoughts and everything else are interconnected.
Law of Attraction – Our energetic being must conform to potential
The law of attraction states that when we change our electromagnetic signature (the unique and identifiable energy we emit) to match what already exists in the quantum field, this will manifest. The quantum field responds to who we are, not just what we want or just our thoughts. Our thoughts send an electrical signal to the field. The emotions we generate magnetically recall events to us.
The way we think and how we feel generates a state of being that creates an electromagnetic signature and ultimately affects everything in our world. If our intentions and desires haven’t produced consistent results, we’ve probably sent an inconsistent and conflicting message. We think one way and feel another. And when the mind goes against the body (or vice versa), the field will not respond consistently.