To have complete and utter faith that when you open the box (symbolic of “waking up to a new day of your life”) that your ultimate dream life, your ultimate desire, is a reality.
That is manifestation. That is, in my view, applying quantum physics to life.
To have the confidence and the conviction that your dream is so real, it becomes true.
What if it happened the very next day?
Imagine the implications.
If we create our own world by our thoughts … what would you choose? Who would you be? Where would you live? What do you really want to do with your life? What world do you want to live in tomorrow?
So, how does this compare to Schrödinger’s cat? Glad you asked.
The basic precept for Quantum physics is this: what you expect to observe, happens.
It is in line with the teachings of The Secret and The Law of Attraction—what you think about comes about.
We have a choice each day to make decisions to choose to do this or choose to do that. If we choose to think positively about what we want to come true, it does.
What if we chose something really big?
The Law of Attraction tells us that we should act as though or think as though what we really want is already here. Really already here … like right now.
The famous example commonly used to explain Quantum theory is Schrödinger’s cat. Erwin Schrödinger devised a thought experiment about a cat. It is basically a coin toss on the cat’s survival. The cat is placed in a sealed box. Inside the box is radioactive material, a bottle of poison and a Geiger counter to detect radioactivity. If one single atom decays, the poison is released which kills the cat. There is a 50-50 chance for the cat to die from the poison or to stay alive. The cat’s life is dependent upon the cat being observed by a conscious being. It becomes their decision. The particles involved are in a state of indecision until they are observed (per what is known, amongst Quantum physics enthusiasts, as the Copenhagen Interpretation).
(Please note: no harm was done to a cat—this is a theoretical example.)
Does this mean that when we wake up (keeping our eyes shut), if we believe with all our heart that our dream came true … will it be there when we open our eyes? It is no different than opening that box to check on the cat, so it should be.
I would think there would have to be absolutely no doubt in our minds for it to work—we need complete faith that we can manifest. Ultimately, controlling the very particles of the thing we have thus far only dreamed of having.
I love when synchronistic things happen for me. In the week I worked on this blog post, I received an email from The Secret Daily Teachings. Perfect timing, I thought.
“Most people can manifest the small things quickly. This is because they do not have any resistance around the small things, and because they don’t think thoughts that contradict them. When it comes to the bigger things, however, people often emit thoughts of doubt or worry that contradict those bigger things. This is the only difference in terms of the time it takes for something to manifest.” ~ Rhonda Byrne
How will you wake up tomorrow?
Interested? Here is part one of a Lecture Series on Quantum Physics by Prof. V. Balakrishnan, Department of Physics. It is an introduction to Quantum Physics including Heisenberg”s uncertainty principle.
Another good article with more references to Schrödinger’s cat.