When physicists began explaining what happens to sub-atomic particles that are in resonance, they found that two particles behaved as one, regardless of distance. If you did something to one of them, the other was equally affected. This is quantum entanglement.
Information, in other words, does not travel in the way we know that biochemical signals do. information is accessible instantly, available instantly, at the sub-atomic level. If you know how to tune in, you can access all kinds of information.
Tuning in or observing, focusing on something, is an action that creates a response, a result. It is only when a sub-atomic particle is observed that it acquires material form. Until that time, it is everywhere at once, in a sea of possibilities, a field of potential.
When you put all these facts together, and take a look at the human capability to focus and to visualize, you get some pretty interesting results.
Take the expression “What you focus on, grows”. Holistic practitioners use this phrase a lot, and it seems new age-y to a lot of people. It is however, true that we have to power to create many things in our lives, and in the light of the information we get from the field of quantum physics, it makes sense. You are “observing” and therefore creating matter from pure energy. What you create materializes from the morphic field, the sea of potential all around us.
The concept of the morphic field was famously elaborated by Rupert Sheldrake, who tuned into the information that new discoveries in the world of science, medicine and natural history appear somewhere in the morphic field first and then are picked up simultaneously by people around the globe, independently. The meaning of Eureka is I have found. That may be more true than we think. We had a wonderful burst of new ideas around the turn of the last century, from 1900 to 1910, if you care to check the scientific and medical history books.
What does any of this have to do with our abilities to visualize, I asked myself, wondering about the sub-atomic activity that must be going on when we tune into what is there and what we want. The ability of human beings to receive information that can then be ‘translated’ visually into images is fascinating. We know, for example, that our subconscious does not know the difference between what is real and what is visualized. We can create our own internal reality, in other words.
We can also receive information from outside of ourselves, when we focus or tune in. Our potential to do so is far greater than most people realize. When we tune in, we are able to receive information on some quantum level that then is picked up and translated by our brains. The more we practice this art, the better we become. Dowsers, as I say often, have a head start, because our brain waves are operating on more frequencies than most people’s. Ordinary attention clusters in the mid to upper range of brain wave frequencies, while meditators’ brain waves tend to cluster in the lower range. It seems that dowsers have brain waves evenly covering the entire range, and that we are in delta and theta more than ‘normal folk’. So do we tune into more frequencies and different things? Can we process information we get differently? The answer to that is a resounding yes. It seems we practice these things, and get better with time.
This will have to do, for today. Be curious, and expand your mind!