Quantum Zen: The Universe is Full of Magic!
Quantum Zen is a spiritual philosophy that combines the principles of quantum mechanics and Zen Buddhism. It suggests that the interconnectedness and indeterminate nature of the subatomic world can be used as a metaphor for understanding the nature of reality and the self. Practitioners of Quantum Zen may use meditation, visualization, and other techniques to deepen their understanding of the interconnectedness of all things and the role of consciousness in shaping the universe.
''We are all the leaves of one tree, We are all the waves of one sea, We are all the stars of one sky. The time has come for all to live as one.''
Common sense suggests that all life originated from a single divine spark that was set in motion by the first cause (such as God, Prime Mover, The One, or The Source), from a single thought or flash from that singularity that said, "Let there be light." As a result, we, as human beings, are related to even the most basic and evolutionarily oldest microorganisms on this planet. It is my belief that there is even commonality between us and other forms of life on other planets throughout the galaxy, as well as in all other galactic systems in the Universe.
Understanding and applying this fundamental knowledge is important for comprehending the inner workings of our biology. It assists us in developing curative techniques to address the many ailments that afflict humanity and other life forms.
It is appropriate to consider all animals, humans, and stars as entirely and infinitely connected since they are. We all know on a spiritual level that we are genuinely interconnected. Is this a fact, or is this feeling of connectivity just the whimsy of the spirit?
Quantum physics/mechanics(QM) has shown us that we and everything that exists are entirely and perpetually linked. It is our minds that deceive us into believing in the concept of separation. Nothing is genuinely separated from anything else, including human beings from one another and God from His creation. One is in all, and all are in one.
In 1935 Albert Einstein, and his coworkers discovered quantum entanglement hidden in their equations of quantum mechanics. Einstein came to realize how odd and even spooky QM truly was. This quantum entanglement made him assume that the universe is 'nonlocal', or that the true basis of physics is hidden (aka a hidden-variable theory).
We are all connected with all that there is. All is one.
—Roy H. Williams
SUPERPOSITION: What is a superposition? Quantum theory says that electrons can circle different atoms at the same time. That's the glue that keeps atoms together into molecules and stops our bodies from falling apart. It's how a green plant leaf can "process" light into oxygen in the fastest and most efficient way possible. If a plant can think that way, why can't a computer do that, too?
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