How often have you been driving along and you get a feeling that somebody is looking at you? Then you discover that, sure enough, somebody is! Have you had a thought about a particular person - and the phone rings? We think of these things as extraordinary, but in fact they are very common and available to all of us, all the time. To observe them, we must let ourselves tune in to this experience and be conscious of what's going on around us. When we wall off the world, we lose our capacity to know ourselves, and to own our real, personal power and the connections we are actually making. Our consciousness is not restricted to our bodies, nor is it restricted to any kind of locality.
Scientists call this "quantum entanglement." In 1935, Albert Einstein described this phenomenon as "spooky action at a distance," and scientists have failed to replace his assumptions by increasingly sophisticated physical experiments ever since. New technologies relying on quantum entanglement are being developed for real world applications in cryptography and nano-computers. The following research explains how thoughts influence energy and outcome.
In the 1970's, new technology allowed scientists to fire electrons at a speed approaching the speed of light. When they fired the electrons at a screen with two apertures, they were amazed to find that the electrons, believed to be particles, would instead sometimes behave like light waves. Some electrons would go through the top aperture, and others through the bottom aperture. Some would change into a wave and go through both apertures, converging on the other side to become a particle again.
In repeatedly doing the Wheeler Delayed Choice Experiment, scientists confirmed that what determined the way the electron would behave was the observation, perception and expectation of the experimenter.
When they looked for particles, they found them. When they looked for waves in the same experiment, they found waves. For the first time in scientific history, we recognized that you cannot have any experiment absent of the perceptual influence of the experimenter. Nor can you have a life that is absent the influence of the way you see it.
While scientists debate regarding how quantum physics comes into play in human interactions, there is agreement on one defining aspect of it, and that is that molecules can be observed interacting at great distances from each other.
What You Think Really Does Matter!
My friend and mentor, Dr. E.Page Bailey, creator of Educotherapy, offers his explanation of how we actually express ourselves through our thought energy, and pick up on these intentional messages from others:
"Receptive people are simply open to the translation of those energies which are received around them. While we are all receptive at some level, there can be no question about the fact that some people have a special receptivity, and that through exercises they have developed it to very high levels.
"This can happen when you are first beginning to date someone, especially if you are very interested in the person, but are not verbalizing that yet. You may be in a conversation, and you hear just a few words, but you intuit many more, and you are troubled by the fact that you did not get to confirm your intuition."
Scientists are just beginning to understand how our brains and central nervous systems work on a quantum level. While aspects of extra sensory perception and intentional communication have been observed, there has not been any agreement as to how these phenomena are generated on the cellular level. You may ask, "Does this mean I can get my thoughts, and therefore my attitudinal energy all over you?" Yes, whether you mean for it to be happening or not, what you think about another person really does matter.
Choosing to put compassion first guarantees that you are not responding in an energetic inflammatory way. We each have the capacity to observe a situation and simply expect the best - in doing so, we regulate our reactions.
In my newest book, The Power of Compassion: 7 Ways You Can Make A Difference, I describe seven easily applicable ways in which the practice of putting compassion first does, in fact, dramatically and immediately influence the energy between two people in 30 seconds or less.
Each of the seven ways will be the key to your success and to leading your life as a living example of what humanity can be.
I hope these seven ways to making a difference help you to get in touch with the innermost core of your being, to know that you have more power than you may have ever realized, and to know that you can influence what is happening through the transformative energy generated from compassion.
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