ACT OF OBSERVATION
Theoretically, any of the swarm of infinite possibilities present in the possibility wave can become reality. But only one does. The swarm is then said to have “collapsed” into a particular reality.
How can an electron jump from one spot to another without going through the space between the two points, and without taking any time to complete the process? Even Albert Einstein was baffled by the phenomenon.
ENTANGLEMENT OF OUR BRAINS
One of the most exciting new areas of brain research is the field of mirror neurons. Mirror neurons are neurons that fire in our brains when we witness an act done by another that requires the same group of neurons.
The key concepts of quantum physics teach us that we are one with our universe and that we are connected together by a mysterious energy called the Zero Point Energy Field. Zero Point Energy is the sea of virtual particles that lies beneath every point in the universe. If we were to cool these particles as close as we possibly could to absolute zero, there should be, according to the postulates of Newtonian science, no energy there. Instead, much to the astonishments of scientists, there still remains an immense quantity of energy at this Zero Point. Some scientists have actually called this energy the Mind of God.
Current science accepts that the act of observing something, at least at the subatomic level, changes the behavior and characteristics of the thing observed. This implies that consciousness has direct and observable effect on the structure or composition of matter. This has been borne out in so many classic experiments in quantum physics that it is now considered a fundamental principle.
THE PHOTON LEVEL
At the level of the photon, consciously directed intent can alter the behaviors of the fundamental constituents of matter. If this concept is true for the photon, it logically follows that this might be true for us as well. After all, if we accept the implications of this model, then we have to ask ourselves what humans are composed of. Photons are the smallest unit of matter that we currently recognize. Basically, when we talk about photons, we are talking about light and information.