Energy at the Sub Atomic Level
Life after life experiences have been explored, traditionally, in numerous spiritual ways. The concept of consciousness as a continuum had been never been approached other than from a spiritual angle until the 20th century. Things changed dramatically when a branch of physics called quantum mechanics was born in 1925. In 1900, Max Planck hypothesized that energy at
the subatomic level was made of very small units or quanta. In 1923 Louis de Broglie, a French physicist and considered one of the fathers of quantum mechanics, published his theory of the wave property of matter. Quantum mechanics was born.
Since then, incredible observations have led to the formulation of quantum mechanics’ seven principles into equations. These principles and laws are utterly fascinating. They are fun to play with. They seemed more like science fiction than real science; and in many ways they are still toying with pure theoretical concepts that are extremely difficult to grasp. They are often counter intuitive to what we can observe and feel at our classical physics human level.
Nevertheless, they are working principles and laws that carry the hope that one day, when they find their way through new sets of theories such as String Theory, they will unify with relativity theory and give us a true and unique picture of our universe.
Today, physics and mathematics are ever present in every single part of our lives. Whether it is on the internet, or being under a scanner at the hospital, or in the car we drive. Physics and mathematics allow us to create a world that brings us greater ease. Quantum mechanics and cosmology are two areas of physics that are extremely important to our understanding of our universe, and in understanding life after life experiences. In the ageless question, “does the word create us or do we create the world”, consciousness has emerged as the main clue to answer this question.
Quantum Entanglement and Life after Life Experiences
It has become a major subject of study not only by neuroscientists such as Christof Koch but also by physicists such as Michio Kaku. Identifying and quantifying consciousness has become the Holy Grail of consciousness research. There is still much to do. As Dr. Michio Kaku says: “There have been over 20,000 papers or so written on the subject of consciousness and no consensus. Never in the history of science have so many people devoted so much time and produced so little”
- What interests us at The Life after Life Institute is that some of these principles combined together might actually help understand the very beginning of our universe.
- They might also help understand why we can experience a “past life”, which might be more appropriately named a “parallel life”. The notion of multiverse is widely accepted in cosmology and quantum mechanics.
- Quantum mechanics could also explain why we have a life after life experience when we communicate with a deceased loved one. The famous Schrodinger equation demonstrates that in a thought experiment of a cat placed into a box with a mechanism that would kill the cat, the cat would be both dead and alive at the same time. Yet this duality of states would entirely be possible as long as we do not force ourselves into one reality or the other of the cat being dead or alive. We need to keep a bird’s eye view, looking at all the possibilities at the same time. So in theory, when you are dead, you are also alive in other states of reality. That creates a door of hope that our deceased loved ones are indeed just one Schrodinger equation away. The use of Spiritual Sight and mediumship seems to be able to bridge these multiple realities.
- What of ghosts? Well, in quantum mechanics, there is something called the Tunneling Effect which allows a particle to both be stopped by an obstacle, and yet also go through it; like the muffled sound of a neighbor’s radio going through your wall. Ghosts then could simply be a person tunneling from one universe to another! A little bit goes through and lands in your reality and a little bit stays behind in their reality. Hence, the elusive and immaterial properties of ghosts or spirits.
- Almost every principle of quantum mechanics leads to explaining strange phenomena. Einstein used to call this effect “Spooky action at a distance”, the instant state of change of two entangled particles! Instant means the mind boggling acceptance that something is happening faster than the speed of light. And the speed of light is considered to be the fastest speed recorded. If there is instant transfer of information, faster than the speed of light, between two entangled particles even separated by astronomical distances, it means that distance and time are not a factor in the communication of information, which would explain why mediumship, CRV and Spiritual Sight are techniques that work!
Today, physics and mathematics are ever-present in our lives. Whether it is when we use the internet, or go under a scanner at the hospital, or the car we drive, physics and mathematics allow us to create a world that helps us to live better. Quantum mechanics and cosmology are two areas of physics that are extremely important to our understanding of the universe. In the longstanding question, does the word create us or do we create the world?, consciousness has emerged as the main clue to answer this question.
It has become a major subject of study not only by neuroscientists such as Christof Koch but also by physicists such as Michio Kaku. Identifying and quantifying Consciousness has become the Holy Grail of consciousness research. There is still much to do. As Dr. Michio Kaku states:
There have been over 20,000 papers or so written on the subject of consciousness and no consensus. Never in the history of science have so many people devoted so much time and produced so little.