EN: EARTH NETWORK: © Copyright 2018 by: EN: All Rights Reserved.
Multidimensionality & Many-worlds: Creating Doors to Probabilities
Practical Nature of the Multidimensional Self
The Quantum Room & Door Analogy
Do you want to create your dreams? Your thoughts and emotions are constantly creating or uncreating quantum doors to your desires. We create or lose quantum doors in the same way we create or lose neuron pathways.
This is not a theory, this is simply how we operate second by second and day by day. Your doors to many-worlds are everywhere appearing and disappearing. You are travelling though probabilities now (through many-worlds). The transition from one probability to another seems seamless, but you are going though one such door now by reading this.
Frustrated Fred in His Quantum Room with No Doors Out
As frustrated Fred finally gets out of work and sits down to eat he clicks on his TV and can’t find anything he wants to watch, so he settles on a real estate program. In this program a man like him is buying a house on a beautiful tropical island. Fred curses the man in jealousy and changes the channel.
Many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics tells us that every time we make a decision we create another probable self who made the choice we didn’t. Probable selves are real. You can literally choose what path you take and move into your dream house simply by understanding probabilities and not doing what Fred did. We literally choose between selves and worlds constantly.
Through our choices we can experience any reality we want.
Through our thoughts and emotions, we are constantly generating doors and pathways to our dreams or retracting them in the same way we create or retract neuron pathways.
Quantum Rooms and Doors
Imagine Fred is in a room in a house. In an analogy, imagine Fred sees a door that leads somewhere but he doesn’t know where yet because he hasn’t yet opened the door to look in the room it opens up to. This door represents his future as determined by his next choice. The door is labeled “Fred’s future.”
Fred opens the door when he is frustrated and sees that there is only a room like a big closet with no doors. It is a dead-end. His frustration proves true, his future goes nowhere. The reality is nothing but a dead end. Upon seeing his lack of options, he gets enraged and slams the door, never wanting to look again.
Here is where things get interesting. Imagine that this is not an ordinary room but is instead a quantum room.
The laws of physics that apply to the mind and probabilities are different than the laws of Newtonian physics that apply to matter. Imagine that this is a mental room governed by quantum laws. The doors and rooms in this analogy represent probabilities that either lead to what Fred wants, to nothing, or to what he doesn’t want.
Go back to before Fred opened the door and imagine now that Fred makes a different decision before he opens the door. Suppose Fred changes his attitude. He thinks that maybe he can come up with the money or in some other unknown way find a means to acquire the house he wants. Suppose now that he opens the same door labeled “Fred’s Future.”
He opens the door to the same room and this time there is door inside the room on the adjacent wall. In this probability there IS a door. The door that exists in this probability but not the other represents an opportunity to acquire the house he wants.
Change your thinking and doors to what you want will appear out of nowhere. These will be doors that weren’t there a minute ago. As Many-worlds interpretation of quantum physics suggests, Fred’s decision to believe he may be able to acquire the house he wants creates an entirely new path to what he wants. The door doesn’t appear objectified, but it is there. It could be an idea Fred has while he is watching his real estate program. That idea could lead to a future probable encounter that makes his desire possible.
Whenever you think positively new opportunities that lead to different probable worlds appear disguised as ordinary decisions and series of events(as if by magic). This is how you navigate in and out of probabilities to hopefully get to where you want to go. Many-worlds isn’t a theory, it is simply the way we live our life.
Fred doesn’t know there was no door in the other probability because he didn’t choose that probability. He didn’t open the door while he was frustrated (in this probability), so he never saw that there was no door in the probability that existed when he was frustrated. So, it doesn’t surprise him a great deal to see a door. He doesn’t think, “how can there be a door when there was no door before?” He just thinks his previous negative assumption must have been wrong. But it wasn’t. Each belief and each assumption have their own corresponding reality.
Each belief even creates its own past and future probabilities (in the spacious present [simultaneous time]).
This analogy explains how our beliefs (also called assumptions) control our exposure to probabilities. Many-worlds (probabilities) exist at all times. Pathways between them appear or disappear according to what we think and feel. Quantum rooms and doors appear and disappear second by second according to what we are thinking and feeling.
When we believe something may be possible we create pathways to that eventuality. Doors that didn’t exist suddenly appear. Coincidences, meetings, people, inspirations, impulses or synchronistic events appear that didn’t before show themselves.
Maintain confidence and faith that you can create what you want, and you will be able to create it. Lose that confidence and faith and you lose the opportunities you need to make it happen. This is the way probabilities operate.
In a real example, I had no idea what I was going to write, and as I began writing anyway, this analogy just came to me. I proceeded on the faith that I would find a good subject to write on and I did. The door appeared.
Every time we move through a door, new doors appear. When I decided to write about quantum doors I created new probabilities that didn’t previously “exist.” This article can be published and used in a variety of ways. Once I go through one of those doors, other doors will appear. Maybe you will link your website to this page (please do). If enough people do, maybe by writing this article I will alter the collective future in a profound way. I may affect others and their ability to move into desirable probabilities. That’s a lot of quantum doors!
Science lacks a single cohesive scientific consensus as to what reality is. A doctor and a physicist will often give you two entirely different worldviews.
The mechanical view is based on the false premise that atoms are little physical building blocks that stack together like bricks to give us the structure of physical reality.
Materialism, Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, Freud’s psychology, most theories regarding human nature in mainstream psychology, and scientific thinking in general (ideas about time & space) are all incorrect and detrimental.
Choice & Probabilities
Because Fred had a choice as to what to think, in another probability he chose differently. His thought was, maybe I can do what they’re doing and move to a better house in a more desirable location.
In this alternate or parallel reality, Fred’s thought, “maybe I can do this,” made him feel good. That simple positive thought allowed him some relief from thinking he was a victim of limitations. But that’s not all it did.
Fred normally believed limitations were inherent in his situation. When he thought in terms of limitations he didn’t dare look at nice houses because this would only make him feel worse. Why look at what you can’t have, he typically reasoned.
In the alternate world he questioned his negativity. He questioned the assumption that he couldn’t have the house he wanted. He questioned the assumption that he didn’t have the money to buy it or other means to acquire it or get the money necessary. As a result, his mood lifted slightly, and his reality began to change. Doors were coming closer.
Yes, consciousness and matter are basically the same thing in different states, they are electromagnetic fields of energy. A wave that forms in a field of energy is what we think of as a particle. This is like water turning into ice.
Max Tegmark of MIT
Click on the “Max Tegmark of MIT” button below to see current official confirmation from a respected physicist in the scientific community that matter is a state of consciousness.
EN’s Course is dedicated to Max
The cover image on the EN course is of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), which is often ranked among the world’s top five universities.
Click on book for more information.
Origins of the new paradigm.
In his 1924 Ph.D. thesis and groundbreaking contributions to quantum theory, Nobel Prize winner, Louis de Broglie postulated the wave nature of electrons and suggested that all matter has wave properties. This concept is known as wave–particle duality, and forms a central part of the theory of quantum mechanics.
De Broglie’s wave–particle duality is extended to all particles and the laws of nature.
By reversing his statement that “all matter has wave properties,” to “all waves have matter properties,” the most basic and most advanced science tells us that “what is the wave?”The next logical question is
What is a wave?
A wave or photon are an excitation of an electromagnetic field.
If you ask a scientist what an electromagnetic field is, they will say “it is a fundamental entity, it’s not made of anything else, it just is what it is.”
In other words, scientists The scientific establishment does not know what the unitary substance that forms everything in the universe is!Since all particles are portions of the electromagnetic field scientists do not know what a particle is.
I will tell you what it is: Particles, in the conventional sense, do not really exist. Particles are consciousness.The electromagnetic field that forms everything is consciousness.
Individual scientists do know the facts.
Because the establishment does not dare attack the most highly esteemed physicists, these men of high standing are bold in their statements.
Max Planck, Nobel Prize Winning father of quantum mechanics, says:
― Quote from The Observer, January 25th, 1931.
Matter and consciousness are the same thing.
Both consciousness and matter are composed of electromagnetic fields.
“Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one”.
— Albert Einstein
There are collective myths by which we interpret our reality. These myths are obstacles to creating what you want in life. The myths are given to us by experts because
The only truth you will get from highly educated people comes from a few great intellectuals which the establishment won’t dare attack, like Einstein and Max Planck.
There is no such thing as cause and effect except as applied to psychological activity. The past does not create the present, your thoughts and emotions do.
Quantum mechanics tells us that the universe is not built out of physical electrons like bricks in a house, but instead is a continuing projection of energy like light coming out of a light bulb. Photons shoot by you at the speed of light. Your environment is created in the same way.
Each pulse of light creates a hologram we experience as the physical reality around us. Each pulse, however, is a complete recreation. The past does not create the present. The entire universe is recreated every fraction of a second, and it is a projection of your mind.
The past does not exist, only a spacious present exists and what you think is the past is a portion of the spacious present. Your present beliefs, thoughts and emotions regulate and control the content of each pulse that recreates the universe every fraction of a second.
Because of our belief in time and consistency of thought there is a consistency in what is projected. Our environment will change gradually as our thoughts do, and this gives us an impression of moving through time. This is a false notion, however.
To get back to the main point, when you free yourself of the myth of materialism, you come to realize that anything can be created simply by changing your beliefs, thoughts and emotions. If you transcend the myth of physical cause and effect and replace it with the concept of thought projection in a spacious present your mind is twice as able to create desired outcomes.
There is no past or future, there is an infinite, spacious present. You draw probabilities out of this vast source of events by what you think and feel.
Cause and effect applies only to inner subjective activity. Your thoughts are the cause, and your life is the effect. Change your thinking and you change your life.
The Benefit of Feeling Good
Feeling good about a goal attracts the details that then make the goal possible.
Our emotions create quantum doors. If you feel really inspired about a goal such as moving to a better home, the emotion of inspiration and happiness you feel when you think about the possibility creates new opportunities that lead to what you want. Literally.
Faith creates quantum doors. If Fred doesn’t have the money to buy the house he wants he can still proceed toward his goal by realizing that there may be opportunities he doesn’t see now but still exist.
Fred can be cognizant of the existence of constantly changing probabilities. Something can happen that either gives him the money he needs or makes it possible for him to move without needing more money. By realizing this and thinking about having the house he wants he will feel better. These emotions will create the equivalent of neuron pathways I am going to call “quantum rooms and doors.” How we feel is vitally important.
We don’t really know how limited we are unless we try to move in the direction of our desires. Thinking and feeling we can have what we want creates a completely different series of probabilities. We then have a door to enter the world of what we want. We navigate through Everett’s many-worlds in this way.
Click on ‘2’ to continue reading article.