Can Quantum Physics explain the Law of Attraction?
Are they related?
As we know, The Law of Attraction claims that we are responsible for manifesting our reality through our thoughts, feelings and actions.
We create our reality through our intentions. Our conscious intentions but mostly through our unconscious ones.
At the moment in the scientific world the branch of science which is, in my opinion, the most exciting, is Quantum Physics.
Quantum Physics examines the deeper fabric of our world and tries to throw light on how the sub-atomic world creates our outer or manifested world.
Now, while Quantum Physics is still evolving, as our consciousness expands, new tools and methods will be created to look deeper into the quantum world. Nevertheless, what has been established thus far is enough to allow us to make the connection between quantum physics and the law of attraction.
In the following video, "Dr Quantum Explains The Law of Attraction Scientifically" it explains the double-slit experiment and the relationship between particles and waves, and how we influence their behavior:
We can see in above video how the act of observation impacts the behavior of waves/particles of quantum physics.
Now, lets go further and consider: Is there a connection between mind and matter?
How can our energy patterns of thought have an impact on us, our experiences, and our environment – our world?
Can our thoughts influence not only our present, but also our past and our future?
In the following video "Power of Thought – A Quantum Perspective" by Kent Healy, we continue to discover how Quantum Physics explains the Law of Attraction:
We know that everything, us, the universe, the table, the chair you sit in is but a "vibration"
Everything is vibration. We are a sea of vibration.
Ancient esoteric teachings suggest that there is no difference between "spirit" and "matter." The only difference is the frequency of vibration. "Spirit" vibrates at a faster frequency and matter vibrates at a slower frequency.
As thought is vibration, doesn't it stand to reason that all vibrations impact on all "other" vibration?
I guess the choice we should now make is:
"What vibration do I want to be?"
"What impact do I want to have?"
More information about the law of attraction and quantum physics will be posted here soon. There is an enormous amount of exciting information and ideas about this subject, and I would love to share some of it with you.
But in the meantime, go ahead and ponder the implications suggested by the two videos above on how Quantum Physics explains the Law of Attraction.