Alex Pietrowski, Waking Times
At the cutting edge of science and technology today is artificial intelligence and robotics, which are being driven by ever-increasing computational speeds made possible by quantum computing. When the capacity of technological computation rivals the speed of our capacity to think and process information as humans, then we will reach the singularity and a superintelligence will emerge in our society, triggering runaway technological growth.
While this is coming in the very near future, we are also now learning how this very type of quantum creative power is already at play in our world via the interplay of human consciousness and the material world. In the early 1900’s, the famous double-slit experiment demonstrated that material objects can actually change their composition based on what is being held in consciousness when said objects are observed.
In other words, the world around us is being created moment by moment, and our expectations of what the world should be is what gives it form. In order to alter its form or to change course, we can use the directed focus of the mind to envision and feel something different for ourselves, and in time and through repetition, this reality will eventually take form. The feeling is the key.
This is something we do all the time. The best example of this, perhaps, is the human body, which can by some measures be considered a projection of human consciousness. We see this everywhere. For example, just look at people’s bodies and consider their health, and you’ll be able to get a fair idea of what type of thought patterns and belief systems are at work in the everyday silence of their own minds.
The best example is someone with radiant health, high energy and intense vitality. This person didn’t get to be this way by happenstance. The patterns of thought in their mind support their belief that their body can be a radiant storehouse of health. This, in turn, supports the development of habits which create such well-being. This type of person engages in clean, clear thinking about their health and body, and the result is this very type of body. They intentionally feel how they want to feel.
On the other hand, a person with an out of shape, obese, or disease-ridden body undoubtedly engages in thought patterns and beliefs about health which support such poor health. They never believe that they can be disease free or of ideal weight, and so their thoughts reinforce habits which deteriorate their health. Inside this person’s mind are chaos, confusion, fear, self-loathing and other patterns which create dis-ease.
There is more to this, though, if we consider the possibilities unfolding in the realms of quantum physics and superintelligent technology. We are beginning to get a clear idea of what the quantum field actually is and what it can do. It appears to be waiting for us to purposefully interact with it.
The quantum world is waiting for us to make a decision so that it knows how to behave. That is why quantum physicists have such difficulties in dealing with, explaining, and defining the quantum world. We are truly, in every sense of the word, masters of creation because we decide what manifests out of the field of all-possibility and into form.
The thing is, the quantum level of reality isn’t a local and insignificant aspect of creation. It is all around us, and it is the most fundamental level of creation aside from the unified field itself. The human energy field is interacting and influencing the quantum field all around us at all times and the energy of our beliefs and intentions are infused into our energy field because they are defined by the energy of our thoughts and emotions.—Brandon West
This may sound to some like a woo woo way of looking at the world, but there is immense practicality in this world view for improving your life, your health, your relationships, and your overall happiness. The takeaway here is that you must take control over your own mind, and plant thoughts that support the projection of a healthy body and life. As Dr. Joe Dispenza notes, you’ll need to decide what you want, then put your attention on creating that reality.
“Whatever it is that is your vision, you’re just going to have to be passionate enough to invest your attention and your energy into that future over and over again, till all of a sudden you start seeing feedback in your life.”—Dr. Joe Dispenza
This article (Your Body Is a Projection of Consciousness & Thought) was originally created and published by Waking Times and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Alex Pietrowski and WakingTimes.com. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.
Alex Pietrowski is an artist and writer concerned with preserving good health and the basic freedom to enjoy a healthy lifestyle. He is a staff writer for WakingTimes.com. Alex is an avid student of Yoga and life.
I am thinking about the statement about people who are out of shape vs. people who have healthy bodies. I think this is true – it must be, it makes perfect sense. What comes to mind though is me, my body, my struggles with weight. For the past seven years I have been really working on my life, my thoughts, habits, and patterns post a 12 year extremely abusive marriage. A lot has changed as a result for the better, however not my weight. I eventually realized that past trauma must play a part in that which keeps me from ideal health. But I think it is not true that I “never believe that (I) can be disease free or of ideal weight, and so (my) thoughts reinforce habits which deteriorate (my) health. Inside this person’s mind are chaos, confusion, fear, self-loathing and other patterns which create dis-ease.” This statement hurt my feelings and made all my efforts zero in they eyes of those who just look at my weight. I work on this continually. It is the biggest struggle in my life and maybe I haven’t been victorious in changing my physical body into a thin one yet, but it isn’t for lack of trying or that I don’t believe positive things. I don’t even think that the negative thinking that comes up for me is ME It’s programming from trauma – so even to say that “I” never believe I can be disease free or of ideal weight, doesn’t seem to be true either, because the voice that says negative things to me isn’t really “me,” anyway — it’s not my true self or who I identify with as being me. So this “other” voice that comes in and destroys my progress every so often is a real annoying dufus! Probably that voice of the abusive person I internalized. But still, the statement above is hard for me – because I have tried so much, and it makes it seem so easy. There are many people who I have met who are very healthy, thin people, and even radiate health, but they are manipulative and insensitive. I think it is sad that these people with impure thoughts or hurtful intentions are judged differently than overweight people. Just because we carry our trauma on the outside where everyone can see it.