A barrage of books, television specials, radio programs and facebook posts all announce that things aren’t the way they used to be – or even the way they were supposed to be. Everything is changing: family relationships, jobs, child rearing practices, technologies, political systems, economics, and competition. The future has come upon us so fast and furiously that we’re often left confused and unsettled. How can you equip yourself to deal with a world that is transforming before your very eyes?
Quantum change abruptly and powerfully breaks the critical links that connect anyone or anything with the past. What we are experiencing today is absolutely unprecedented in all of human recorded history. We have run into change so different from anything preceding it that it totally demolishes normal standards. It has swept us into a massive transformation that will completely reorder all we know about living in this world. It demands totally new rules for success.
I began studying quantum physics because I was curious. I became enthralled when I realized the similarities to how faith works and what Jesus taught his disciples’ about the principles of “mountain moving faith” and the spoken word. I will attempt to simplify and share with you some of what I have learned. If you are interested in studying quantum physics in detail, there are are many books available such as Parallel Universes: The Search for Other Worlds and Dancing Wu Li Masters: An Overview of the New Physics.
Words are energy and energy affects matter. The energy of your microwave vibrates the water molecules and heats the water. So we can say that energy affects matter. Your words are energy and they affect the matter in your life. When you speak the words, “This is the worst car I have ever had! You stupid piece of junk!” Those words are vibrations of energy that affect the atoms that make up the car. If you speak those words long enough, your car will obey you!
Scientists have performed experiments with atoms and their subatomic particles such as electrons. If you paid attention in school, you saw a diagram of an atom with the electron orbiting it like the earth orbits the sun.
The interesting thing is that scientists have discovered that the electron that is shown orbiting the nucleus is not always there in particle form. It exists in a wave state (like a cloud, everywhere at once) until someone looks at it. When the scientist observes it, it suddenly appears as a dot (particle). What we all want to know, is “How does it know someone is looking at it?” It obviously is responding to the observer’s interaction with it.
One of the difficulties in quantum physics is that the particles behave somewhat differently for each observer, which leads me to the question, “Does it behave according to what the scientist believes?” In any event, we can definitely conclude that Jesus was right when He taught that all matter responds to faith and words. The substance from which our world is made is influenced and manifested by words. The things that you desire are made up of atoms. They know what you believe, hear what you say and behave accordingly!