Why Quantum Entanglement?

Because every particle in the Universe is in love with every other particle in the Universe.

What is Quantum Entanglement? Why should anyone care what it is?

Well, there are processes in physics that have been understood during the past hundred years or so that show us that everything is connected. Everything is energy that has been focused into some form. Energy flows everywhere in waves until it gets focused into some form, like a particle, or bunches of particles. All of the particles, whatever they become or wherever they go, are still energy, so even if they have taken on some form that makes them seem to be separate from other particles, they are still energy, so they are still part of that one source — energy. Source.

So there’s a pretty good reason to “care about” what quantum entanglement is. (It’s called “quantum” because scientists wanted to have ways of measuring the energies and they found that there’s a certain quantity of energy that they can use as a way of measuring all energies, like using a millimeter as the base quantity for measuring all sorts of distances). The good reason is that if everything in our physical world is entangled, and is still part of its source, no matter what else it might look like or behave like, then it’s all connected at all times. And that’s what so many spiritual philosphies have been telling us for centuries — that it’s all One. That all people are connected. That we all came from the same Source. That even the plants and stones and animals and air and water all came from the same Source, so even all of that is connected, is entangled.

Quantum physics has also learned that the focus that can cause a particle to be formed in a wave of energy — there have been experiments that have shown particles to pop up in complete vacuums as soon as the experimenters or even a computer starts focusing on the vacuum to see if anything is in there — the focus itself is a super-powerful influence, creating something tangible or measurable, where there had been “nothing” before, nothing but energy, the energy field. So if everything is connected, we who have the ability to focus our eyes on something, or to close our eyes and to focus our thoughts, or even more powerfully, our feelings, on some thing or in some place or on some person or group of people or part of nature and the Earth, we can choose to focus and to affect whatever it is that we put our focus onto. And yes, powerfully, it is our feelings, the feelings that we are feeling while we’re focusing, that create the effect that we’re having.

We have heard that All Is Love. Quantum physics says that everything is energy. Spiritual philosophies say that everything is love. So, we should be understanding by now, after centuries of spiritual philosophies and a century of quantum physics, that everything is connected through love, the energy that is love. It looks as though there are a lot of separate particles, atoms, molecules, cells, organs, bodies, minerals, plants, birds, animals, lakes, oceans, stars, galaxies. But really, it’s all one big energetic field choosing different ways of focusing itself so that it can have experiences of interacting with different forms of itself. And IT LOVES ITSELF!!!!

Humans can add a lot of different kinds of feelings into the ways that the energy gets focused. Those feelings can always be found to have come from love, or to have come from fear. When humans love themselves as that One Big Source loves itself, then the feelings that direct the energies are based in love and even more love gets into the focus.

Every particle in the Universe is in Love with every other particle in the Universe.

About wkhardy

A long-time teacher, woodworker and musician who is now writing some ideas that have incubated for forty years -- ideas about WHAT SCHOOLS REALLY SHOULD BE!!!! And now, November of 2015, I'm posting poems and song lyrics from my book -- Once There Came A Thought.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s