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3. Reality Creation
The Quantum Theory
The scientific doctrine aims to study phenomena in the external world to reach objective conclusions. Its primary focus is rationalising the physical nature of reality through observational and methodical measurement. However, this restrictive perspective can lead to dogmatic beliefs that diminish the extra-sensory nature of reality and non-tangible components that don’t stand up to objective scrutiny, because they can’t be tested using current scientific equipment. Though Psychology, a now classified science, has sought to understand our thoughts, behaviours and emotions, unlike the hard sciences, it has become yet another rigid discipline that diminishes anecdotal evidence and tries to pinhole behaviours and illness through yet another objective lens, failing to properly address the root cause of human expression without resorting to classifications and labels.
The Quantum Theory has been a thorn in the eye of the mechanical dogmas of classical physics, dumbfounding scientists with the notion that reality changes according to the act of observation. In the famous Double Slit experiment, when a wavelength of light is beamed through two slits, the waves split into two and interact with one another causing an interference pattern. This pattern can be identified by the way they hit a wall located behind the two slits, appearing as alternating light/dark strips, which is the result of the way the waves interact. This phenomenon is to be expected based on scientific rationale. When firing particles, however, the particles would be expected to contact the wall behind the slits approximately in alignment with the two slits through which they were fired. This was the case when particles were fired through a single slit, whilst the other was blocked off. However, when the second slit was opened and enough electrons (particles) were fired, they started to form the same interference pattern as the wave.
Skeptics would argue that there was some kind of interference occurring between the particles that were reacting strangely to the conditions of the experiment. However, the interference phenomenon still occurred when electrons were fired independently. To observe this behaviour and account for any potential intervening variables, observational equipment can be introduced. Strangely, in such cases, the particles start to behave like particles again, at least according to their definition under the commonly accepted laws of physics. So, ordinarily the particles were exhibiting qualities of the wave, indicating that they have a more fluid and dynamic nature, existing as kind of abstract potentialities, until they are observed whereby the wave collapses into a particular outcome, which gives an appearance of solidity. Therefore consciousness appears to be governing the behaviour of the particles and precedes matter, instead of the consensus that it is a byproduct of the brain.
The mainstream scientific establishment has been determined to keep the true implications of these findings suppressed, classifying the science as unsettled and conveniently ignoring the relationship between consciousness and matter, burying or limiting funding for research that diverges from the particle physics, Evolution and Big Bang Theory, which reduce human nature to a deterministic and predictable behaviour-response model to convince humans they are victims of chance, which restricts them recognising their true power as conscious creators and co-creators of their external landscape.
Because humans too are made up of the same subatomic fabric as the universe, it stands to reason that we are interacting with our environment intelligently through consciousness, yet most people are unaware of this interconnection, believing matter to be inert, and outcomes solely deterministic. If matter can be manipulated by mind, then we can utilise free will to influence outcomes, and so the reality we experience is not happening to us but responding to us. The quality of the thoughts we generate and emotions we feel have a bearing on the outcomes we attract, because all these components are interacting with one another under the governance of the unified field, which is an intelligent cohesion of all the forces of nature.
Cambridge physicist Rupert Sheldrake refers to the morphic field. The word morphic is derived from the word morphe in Greek, meaning form. Morphic fields are like the governing principle for self-organising systems. Others prefer the term akashic field. This explains synchronistic behaviour such as how birds fly and fish swim in perfect unison rather than at random. The morphic field is like a collective memory that drives instinct and habitual behaviours, explains the predisposition for phobias, as well as accounting for phenomena such as telepathy. The means through which information is transferred is known as morphic resonance.
The morphic resonance theory can be demonstrated through a number of observations in animals. There are numerous cases where dogs and cats are able to predict when their owner is about to arrive home. This was put to the test in an experiment conducted by Sheldrake with UK participant Pamela and her dog Jaytee in 1994. Pam had noticed that when left with her parents, her dog would sit by the window awaiting her return from work. This could have been explained by routine, but when Pamela was unemployed and returned at sporadic times, Jaytee would still anticipate her return with the same behaviour.
This was replicated with statistical significance and accounted for potential confounding variables. This included the sound and familiarity with the vehicle. Jaytee was able to sense the arrival time at a distance of over 6km, and even if she arrived by other means such as bicycle or train. This was the case regardless of whether Pam’s parents were aware of her arrival time. In another study conducted at Harvard university back in the 1920s, rats learned to escape a water maze progressively quicker across subsequent generations, even with no genetic connection between the rats. Rats in Melbourne and Edinburgh seemed to pick up where the Harvard rats left off.
In another scientific study known as Quantum Entanglement, particles can be entangled and then separated across vast distances, yet when the properties of one of them are altered, the other responds instantaneously, irrespective of the distance, an action Einstein dubbed as ‘spooky action at a distance’. This entanglement again demonstrates how, at a deeper level, there is a thread that binds matter together and if all matter originates from the same primordial field, then in essence all is still connected, irrespective of space and time.
In an experiment conducted in Colorado, at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, researchers created particles that rotated both clockwise and counter at the same time. When one of the particles was observed by a laser, it settled into a single direction, to which the other particles instantaneously responded in the same manner. Such experiments hail a breakthrough in scientific thought, bridging the gap between science and spirituality.
Out of Body Experiences
Throughout history, there have been numerous cases where those who had been clinically pronounced as dead have returned back to life, able to convey their experience during physical death. These are known as Near Death Experiences (NDEs). Though no current scientific instruments can be used to measure the non-tangible phenomena, there have been universal parallels in many of the accounts. Proponents of the material worldview take a skeptical view of such data, writing is off as pseudo-scientific and unsubstantiated, though it constitutes valid data nonetheless due to the amount of information available and the correlations that can be drawn across various cultures and demographics, and across successive generations.
When patients are classified as clinically brain dead by health professions, this is corroborated by a flat line in EEG readings, yet the consciousness of NDE patients continues to exist independently from the body in an altered state. This cannot be explained by current mainstream scientific literature, and seems to contradict the commonly accepted claim that consciousness is just a byproduct of the brain and could therefore not exist independently of it. Some subjects upon returning to life have been able to report what was happening at the location of their physical body during death in such precise detail that many clinicians and other witnesses have had their world view turned completely upside down, left with no choice but to accept spirituality into their lives.
Subjects have been able to recall the specific details in operating theatres, such as how many doctors there were, what instruments they were using and on which parts of the body. In one case, a patient described a clinician’s instrument that resembled an electric tooth brush in appearance, and the carrying case of a specific colour and structure. The owner of this tool was taken aback at the accuracy of the description, deeming it virtually impossible for anyone to know outside his field of interest.
Another patient exhibited an unusual characteristic not commonly documented amongst NDE patients. Whilst pregnant, the subject was diagnosed with a condition that can lead to excessive bleeding and death in rare circumstances. During premonitions, she saw the worst case scenario coming to fruition and, convinced of her destiny, shared this with her husband and doctor with unwavering certainty. During a C-section labour, the loss of blood caused her to be pronounced dead, but her baby survived. She had predicted this would be the precise outcome, even though ordinarily both mother and baby would not survive.
It is common in expanded states of awareness for the boundaries between the inner and outer world to dissolve and for consciousness to interact with the environment in a fluid way. When unbound from physical density, time is reported to dissolve and consciousness takes on a less linear trajectory. The separation between objects diminishes and consciousness appears to animate all things, even those that we recognise as inanimate in physical form. It is in this state where individuals report interacting with the spirits of loved ones who communicate words of comfort and wisdom to them, characterising such experiences as loving and blissful. Deceased relatives often tell their loved one that it is not yet their time and that they must return to their physical bodies to see out their destiny. It as at this point that the individual reports being thrust back into the body, feeling a pulling sensation like an energetic chord drawing them back to their body.
These accounts resemble the phenomenon of astral projection, where in the transitional state between wakefulness and sleep, known as the hypnagogic state, subjects experience a sensation known as sleep paralysis. In this state the body becomes completely immobile, though the subjects consciousness is still alert. Those unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the experience report this as terrifying and characterised as a complete loss of control over the physical body. It is this fear itself that seems to snap the person back into movement, but in situations where the subject embraces the relaxation, they feel their consciousness detaching from the physical body and are able to observe their dormant body as an outside observer. This tends to happen when the subject is on their back and there are numerous visual representations of this depicted as the etheric body rising above the physical body in a state of independence, yet still connected through an energetic (etheric cord).
Depending on the degree of experience or control over ones consciousness, individuals report entering the astral plane, able to navigate through conscious intent to different places. Subjects are able to report where they went and what others were doing who they visited at that precise time. Others report feeling states of extreme ecstasy/bliss as they detach from their bodies, like a weight has been lifted and the vibration has risen. This altered state can be accompanied by various sounds or bright lights, none of which are present in the room at the time, particularly as most instances occur during the night in the dark, and in many cases in solitude. Like NDEs, astral projection has been reported universally across generations, and with many similarities. Both phenomena grant plausibility for the existence of consciousness independent of the body, and so consciousness drives the body rather than the reverse, with the brain acting like a transducer.
Psychedelics have also enabled access to extra-sensory states of perception beyond the limited bandwidth of visible light perceived by the five senses. The term psychedelic is derived from the Greek words ψυχή (psyche, “soul, mind”) and δηλείν (delein, “to manifest”), hence “soul-manifesting”, implying the use of psychedelics to access the soul and untapped potential of the human mind. Recently, the term entheogenic has come to denote the use of psychedelic drugs in a religious/spiritual/mystical context. This exploration of the metaphysical realm gives rise to profound changes within the individual who is able to retrieve repressed aspects of the psyche embedded in the unconscious, providing an opportunity to confront and release trauma otherwise hard to access from a more sober state. For this reason, plants like ayahuasca and psilocybin mushrooms are classed as having medicinal value and have been revered throughout human history as a powerful tool to assist the individual with their healing and to expand their mind beyond the physical paradigm.
Ayahuasca is native to Latin America in the Amazon. Its active component, DMT, is responsible for inducing the psychedelic visions which some argue correspond to the pineal gland of the brain, recognised as the third eye in traditions such as Hinduism and Buddhism and referred to as ‘the seat of the soul’. Because of the dream-like state that DMT induces, it has been theorised to play a role in sleeping and is connected to near death experiences, where similar perceptions are reported. Whether or not DMT corresponds directly with the pineal gland, its consciousness expanding properties are undeniable and have been documented throughout history in written and aesthetic form, particularly amongst indigenous cultures who have a powerful way of depicting the rich array of symbols and archetypes, in all its colourful and mystical splendour. This has captured the curiosity of people from all cultures across the world, and increasing numbers are venturing over to South America to delve into this hidden world. Though anecdotal, the commonalities lend credence to the existence of higher states of perception.
Mind Over Matter
The mind is the tool for manifestation. Once we recognise that an observational awareness exists outside our thoughts, thoughts can be tailored in a constructive way to help master the art of reality creation. Rather than trying to completely clear our thoughts, we can learn to become the master of them, using visualisation techniques and neuro-linguistic programming to alchemize them into a force for creative expression. Being mindful in this way is different to being preoccupied and consumed by thought, which detracts from the ability to create from a place of presence. If we try to abolish our minds, then we put ourselves in a passive alpha state, opening ourselves up to potential interference, but if we become too identified with our thoughts the ego hijacks control and we lead from the head, bypassing intuitive awareness that channels information from source, keeping us in alignment with a higher intelligence that allows us to navigate reality with a higher degree of synchronicity.
When the mind is not kept in check, our thoughts can become possessive and drive us into negative feedback loops. These thoughts can become so pervasive that even a very self-aware individual can become identified with them, unable to discern between their mind and higher aspect. Repetitive thought loops that are consistent enough will embed themselves into the subconscious and drive self-destructive tendencies, which can manifest as mental, emotional and physical instability. Unable to identify the origin of our pain, we feel at mercy to the external world and can develop victim complexes or over exert trying to control the outside, rather than accessing internal solutions through surrendering to the body’s intelligence.
A useful method to stop the mind from hijacking our behaviour is to practice mindfulness and capture the thoughts as they first consciously arise, asking ourselves whether they pose a real threat to us, or are just fleeting intrusions. Each time they try to lock in we can replace them with self-empowering thoughts. In cases where we can’t associate our behaviours to any particular mind states or conscious beliefs, we need to dig deeper into the repressed unconscious.
Biologist, Bruce Lipton, talks of epi-genetics, which translates literally as ‘above genetics’. In other words, the environment or perception of the environment controls genetics, as opposed to simply our heredity. If you change your mind/perception you change the biology. So you are a master of your life, rather than a victim. In an example he explains how people may feel victimized due to their genetics if there is a history of cancer in their family. The acceptance that you are more likely to get cancer as a result of these genes means that the placebo effect kicks in and you may actually become at a greater risk as a result. When you restructure your beliefs, this rewrites our coding down at the level of DNA.
Lipton conducted two experiments to prove that our environment can affect our genes, as opposed to the reverse – the idea pushed by the current mainstream. First, he removed the nucleus of the cell, containing the genes, and the cell survived for 2 and a half or more months carrying out all the complexities of life. Therefore it was not the gene controlling the cells. The cells do eventually die because the proteins that make up the machinery break down and wear out and if they break down they need to be replaced otherwise they will die. In the second experiment, he isolated one stem cell and put it in a petri dish. The cell would divide every 10 hours producing thousands of cells, but because they all came from one cell, they were genetically identical. However when splitting these cells up into 3 groups, putting them in 3 separate petri dishes and changing the growth medium (the constituents of the environment) of each dish, in one dish they formed bone, one muscle and one fat. You must ask yourself therefore what controls the fate of a cell.
We can compare our bodies to a petri dish. Think of ourselves as skin covered petri dishes, where the culture medium in this instance is our blood. When we change the culture medium, the fate of the cells changes. So what changes the culture medium? Our thoughts influence the brain, which releases chemistry, which matches our thoughts. For example, stress releases cortisol and in a state of love dopamine and oxytocin are released by the brain into the blood. Stress and love release a completely different chemistry. Thus we can see how thoughts can influence our cells. More positive perceptions will lead to greater harmony between the cells.
Dr Bruce Lipton expresses:
What we visualise in our minds tells us a lot about the underlying beliefs that give rise to them. If we envisage a future of limitation and struggle, then there is likely an unconscious program driving that belief that is translating through our cognitions. Though best addressed at the root, the mind can be trained to transmute negative thoughts through visualising favourable realities where we have a high vibrational state of being.
Whatever we can conjure up in our minds is a potential reality, because the imagery and the symbols carry an energy, just like everything in existence. The more we can encapsulate the full essence of the imagery with all our senses, the closer it will resemble physical form and the greater likelihood it will have to materialise. What’s most important is the way that desired reality makes us feel. By feeling the joy associated with that place we aspire to be, we can bring back and embody those feelings in the present moment. The more we can hold this state through a positive mindset, the greater the likelihood that reality will conspire to continue to keep us in that state, and so we are already moving in the positive direction.