Quantum Zen: All is in the One, One is in the All

The Universe is a magical place.

 by Michael Corthell 

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.
— Thich Nhat Hanh

Common sense tells us that all life evolved from one divine spark, set in motion by the first cause (God, Prime Mover), just as the Universe was created from one flash of a singularity — ''Let there be light.''

That means that we human beings are related to even the simplest and evolutionarily oldest microorganisms on this planet. It is my opinion that there is even some commonality with other forms of life on other worlds through out the galaxy, and all the other galactic systems in the Universe.

Knowing and applying this foundational knowledge is important because of how we understand the inner workings of our biology. It helps us develop methods of healing to treat the myriad diseases that plague humanity and other life forms.

It is right to think that all animals, humans, and all the stars as absolutely, infinitely connected, because they are.

We all know at a spiritual level that we are indeed, all connected. Is this an actual fact, or is this feeling of connectivity just whimsy of the spirit? Quantum physics/mechanics(QM) tells us that we are and all that there is, are absolutely, and eternally connected. It is our minds that trick us into believing in the idea of separation. Nothing is truly separated from the other, including human beings from one another and God from His creation. One is in all, and all is in one.

In 1935 Albert Einstein, and his coworkers discovered quantum entanglement hidden in their equations of quantum mechanics. Einstein came to realized 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).

To boil all this complicated stuff down we can think about it this way; when two individual atoms that come into contact with one another, they experience an unconditional bond with one another. This bond spans an infinite amount of space and time, as far as we are capable of observing.

Typically, when matter bonds or communicates there has to be a medium like air or space for the atom to communicate what it was doing with its neighbor atom, but during quantum entanglement there is no medium, and communication is instantaneous. This biggest deal in all this is distance is not a factor. This QM is the 'big deal' and explains all sorts of spiritual matters.

We are all connected with all that there is. All is one. There can be debate about it, but this connection is real and observable on many levels. In other teachings within this book I dig into this connection between, God, us and all life. 

But for now, I will leave you with this: 

When you fall in love, and you become emotionally attached, something happens between the two of you — your atoms, the building blocks of your physical you in the universe, become 'quantumly' bonded.

Quantum scientists may tell you that it's impossible to feel this bonding or entanglement, this spooky connection to another living soul, but when you look back your past relationships or a mother's maternal intuition and inexplicable knowledge of their child being in danger, you understand that this spiritual entanglement is real. 

''Einstein was searching for String Theory. It not only reconciles General Relativity to Quantum Mechanics, but it reconciles Science and the Bible as well.''
Roy H. Williams

There is scientific proof that we are all indeed connected. It has every thing to do with how God created the universe, and it is not magic, it is quantum mechanics.


Can we make quantum technology work? (yes)

by Leo Kouwenhoven

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?