The world of quantum physics is an eerie one, one
that sheds light on the truth about our world in ways that challenge
the existing framework of accepted knowledge.
At the turn of the nineteenth century, physicists started to explore the relationship between energy and the structure of matter.
In doing so, the belief that a physical, Newtonian material universe that was at the very heart of scientific knowing was dropped, and the realization that matter is nothing but an illusion replaced it.
Scientists began to recognize that everything in the Universe is made out of energy.
Quantum physicists discovered that physical atoms are made up of vortices of energy that are constantly spinning and vibrating, each one radiating its own unique energy signature.
Therefore, if we really want to observe ourselves and find out what we are, we are really beings of energy and vibration, radiating our own unique energy signature -this is fact and is what quantum physics has shown us time and time again.
We are much more than what we perceive ourselves to be, and it's time we begin to see ourselves in that light. If you observed the composition of an atom with a microscope you would see a small, invisible tornado-like vortex, with a number of infinitely small energy vortices called quarks and photons. These are what make up the structure of the atom.
As you focused in closer and closer on the structure of the atom, you would see nothing, you would observe a physical void. The atom has no physical structure, we have no physical structure, physical things really don't have any physical structure!
Atoms are made out of invisible energy, not tangible matter.
It's quite the conundrum, isn't it?
Our experience tells us that our reality is made up of physical material things, and that our world is an independently existing objective one.
The revelation that the universe is not an assembly of physical parts, suggested by Newtonian physics, and instead comes from a holistic entanglement of immaterial energy waves stems from the work of Albert Einstein, Max Planck and Werner Heisenberg, among others. (0)
It could mean a number of things, and concepts such as this cannot be explored if scientists remain within the boundaries of the only perceived world existing, the world we see.
As Nikola Tesla supposedly said:
Fortunately, many scientists have already taken the leap, and have already questioned the meaning and implications of what we've discovered with quantum physics.
One of these potential revelations is that "the observer creates the reality."
One great example that illustrates the role of consciousness within the physical material world (which we know not to be so physical) is the double slit experiment.
This experiment has been used multiple
times to explore the role of consciousness in shaping the nature of
physical reality. (2)
The study found that factors associated with consciousness,
such as meditation, experience, electrocortical markers of focused
attention and psychological factors such as openness and absorption,
significantly correlated in predicted ways with perturbations in the
double-slit interference pattern. (2)
If all of us are in a peaceful loving state inside, it will no doubt impact the external world around us, and influence how others feel as well.
Studies have shown that positive emotions and operating from a place of peace within oneself can lead to a very different experience for the person emitting those emotions and for those around them.
At our subatomic level, does the vibrational frequency change the manifestation of physical reality? If so, in what way?
We know that
when an atom changes its state, it absorbs or emits electromagnetic
frequencies, which are responsible for changing its state. Do
different states of emotion, perception and feelings result in
different electromagnetic frequencies? Yes! This has been proven.
We are all connected...
"Space is just a construct
that gives the illusion
that there are separate objects"