We are starting to recognize non physical phenomenon and the important role it plays behind the reality we see in front of us every day. Non physical phenomenon like thoughts, emotions and feelings have a direct effect on our consciousness, which in turn is responsible for creating our reality on both an individual and collective level. What the bleep do we know is a film that combines documentary style interviews, computer animated graphics and a narrative that posits a spiritual connection between quantum physics and consciousness. Quantum physics discovered that physical atoms are vorticies of energy that are constantly vibrating. So every material structure in the Universe including you and me radiates a unique energy signature. – Bruce Lipton We covered an excerpt of this film briefly in our second documentary, you can view that here. We also covered an excerpt of it in an article titled “Does Consciousness Create Reality’ which you view here. I have put a part of that article below that takes five minutes of the above documentary to really explain how consciousness creates reality using findings from quantum physics. So what does this tell us about our reality? It tells us that the moment consciousness is viewing and defining how things should act, the infinite potentials act in that manner! The electron acted in the way consciousness defined how it should act. In a more practical understanding, all of us on planet Earth see the world a certain way. We have the idea that ‘this is the way it is’ and that we have to live within the limitations of it.
The simple act of this perception is defining you/us thus limiting our infinite potentials by definition, keeping us on the same path and repeating the same cycle. It’s important to remember that we are in control, we dictate what type of experience we have on planet Earth. This doesn’t mean that we have not been subject to manipulation and control. Only when we wake up to the fact that we have been manipulated, can we begin to create for ourselves and step outside the box of our current perceptions and definitions of reality. From birth we are taught what our parents are taught, and often what their parents taught them. Further understanding through the study of matter at it’s tiniest observable state can help us understand ourselves to a certain extent, because we are those tiny bits of matter, vibrating at a certain frequency. Although there is much more to the human experience than this, our understanding of quantum physics and consciousness can help us further understand ourselves and how we operate on planet Earth. .
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