The World IS Your Oyster ~ Quantum Theory Pure and Simple
Posted February 14, 2013on:
~ by Sarah McCroskey
You may have seen the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know”. If not, it’s an independent film about reality as explained and examined through quantum theory, molecular biology and philosophy. Dry? Oh contraire, it’s as fun and juicy as life itself.
What quantum theory has said all along (since its inception in the ‘50s) is “reality” is a function of the observer, in other words, we create our own reality.
In a nutshell, everything is energy. Energy is invisible, existing as a wave, a formless, infinite array of all possibilities. Energy only precipitates into form (a.k.a. “reality” or in quantum theory “a particle”) upon observation. How and where “the particle” forms depends on the focus of the observer. In other words, the observer’s focus actually selects what become manifest from the realm of all possibility. If that isn’t creating reality, I don’t know what is.
Nothing exists outside the realm of the observer. Whatever is experienced, heard, seen and felt as “reality” is actually generated by means of the observer’s “selection” based on his/her perspective. And of course one’s perspective can be shifted – therefore, so can “reality”.
Conscious or unconscious, our perspective is generated by our definitions or beliefs. Change your beliefs, change your world. This is why unexamined and out-of-date beliefs are so debilitating. Unconscious beliefs generate patterns that repeat when they aren’t really what you desire. As a very wise entity, Bashar, says, “Physical reality is only a mirror of your definition of it.” There is, in fact, no “reality” apart from how you construct it through your beliefs.
How About the Inside?
A molecular biologist, Candace Pert, PhD. (author of Molecules of Emotion) goes on in the film to discuss exactly how our beliefs and the “things we say to ourselves” translate into cellular function.
The hypothalamus is a master organ of the brain. Its job is to convert emotional signals into biological signals for the body to process and follow. The hypothalamus conveys emotional signals through the formation of peptides, proteins that travel through the bloodstream and lock onto receptor sites on the cell walls. The frequency and intensity of the thought/feeling/belief determines how many peptides carrying this information are formed and sent out into the body.
Now here’s the rub: The cells create the number of receptor sites for these peptides, again, based on the frequency of the signal. If you are constantly telling yourself, “I’m fat” or “I’m angry” or “I’m unlovable” or “the world is a nightmare” your body is actually creating receptor sites on the cell wall for the peptides carrying that signal. This is how cells get their instructions about how to act, when to divide, what substances to generate, etc. Because your beliefs reign supreme, if impulsed to do so, the cells will actually create receptor sites for these “emotional” peptides to the detriment of receptor sites to bring in the nutritional elements the cell requires.
So when you say, “I’m fat”, not only is it unkind and unloving, but it’s actually telling the body to create exactly that reality – more and plumper fat cells.
Inside and “outside” (in reality it’s all inside) you are God in your universe. If you don’t like what you’re seeing, get conscious of the beliefs you hold and release those that a) belong to someone else, b) are outdated or c) you don’t prefer. Then, put in a new belief. From your vast imagination create something current and empowering; a belief with which your Soul as Creator-self can align. Be bold, it’s your world!
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