Quantum Physics tells us that everything in the universe only exists as possibilities or probabilities. They often call it “waves of possibility.”
Everything exists as a possibility, but only APPEARS to exist as a reality when the observer, through conscious choice, chooses a possibility — collapsing the wave into a single possibility.
I have always wondered why we keep choosing the same reality — continuing the same narrative — especially when it is a reality we want to change. I am still working on that one — how do we switch from an illusion that does not please us to an illusion that does? It seems like memory is a critical part of it.
Amit Goswami, Ph.D has written several books, including “The Self-Aware Universe.” He explains this stuff very well, so I am including some videos by him and Joe Dispenza to explain it. Joe Dispenza describes it from a slightly different point of view, and the addition of his brain-scientist point of view makes it more understandable.
Text Copyright © 2010 by Victoria Young
Amit Goswami Part 1 of 3
Amit Goswami Part 2 of 3
Amit Goswami Part 3 of 3
Joe Dispenza Part 1 of 3
Joe Dispenza Part 2 of 3
Joe Dispenza Part 3 of 3