The idea that all is made up of energy, not matter is not actually new – it was posited by Socrates and before by the ancient rishis in India. Socrates proffered that energy, or soul, is separate from matter, and that the universe is made of energy – pure energy.
At the end of the seventeenth century Newtonian physics became the corner-stone of science, it was based on the theory that there is only matter – the whole universe is made of matter, and so are we. Medical science is still stuck in the Newtonian concept, but some thought leaders and our practice have now moved on to associating health and balance or di-ease and imbalance with quantum a physics.
Quantum physics says that as you go deeper and deeper into the workings of the atom, you see that there is nothing there – just energy waves. It says an atom is actually an invisible force field, a kind of miniature tornado, which emits waves of electrical energy.
Those energy waves can be measured and their effects seen, but they are not a material reality, they have no substance because they are… well, just electricity.
Each atom has its own distinct frequency, or vibration. And quantum physicists study the energetic effect when atoms collide, not their ‘matter’. What they see is that when two atomic waves meet, they either meet in synch, creating a constructive or harmonious effect, or they meet out of synch, creating a destructive effect. This is what we feel when we encounter a vibration that resonates with us or it doesn’t. We feel better or we feel worse. We now know that prayer increases our vibration resonance and helps to restore peace or synchronicity to our field.
Dr Bruce Lipton, a former professor of medicine at Harvard University has proven resonant and dissonant vibration and how it affects the field. We take this model and use it with muscle testing to establish that resonance or dissonance, therefore the body talks to us.
The new physics tells us that the observer cannot observe anything without changing what he sees. Moreover, Princeton researchers Brenda I. Dunne and Robert G. Jahn have shown that this concept is not limited to the microworld of quantum interactions. Astonishingly, they have, through a series of well documented experiments, established that our minds, our intent, can alter the outcome of events.
The implications of these findings are far reaching and significant for the world of everyday activity and human interaction. They imply that by our conscious intent we bring into manifestation what we want to perceive-that we can and do shape our reality.
Stayed tuned as we continue to explore and examine this phenomena and incorporate it further into the work we do to bring about a new field of health care. What we are calling this mission the Quantum Momentum Initiative which results in THE TRUE OF YOU. AND SO IT IS…..