Big Brain Change Program – Shift #12: Superpositions, huh?

by Wendy Down on December 20, 2019

To carry on with the Big Brain Change Program, today we use two mind-opening concepts to consciously focus ourselves into situations we would like to experience in life. 

I’ll phrase the concepts as short statements then help you get on with applying them in your life. If you are interested in understanding more of the science behind them, I’ve included a few links below.

Concept #1. Every possibility you can envision for your life already exists and a version of you is already living it. You are only ever focussed into one of many equally-real possibilities. Because of physics, the one you are focussed into now appears to be the only reality.

According to Everett’s Many World’s Theory, a version of you already exists living the version of reality you want.

Those ‘other versions’ of you, those other universes, are not far, far away but rather right here, where you are.

Those other versions of you living those other situations exist as wave patterns (energy) in your here-and-now. Some versions of you are different from your current one only by as little as the vibration of one electron.

“Hmmmm. Another version of me differs from this one just because one electron vibrates differently?   Didn’t we recently talk about electrons in this program?  Didn’t we describe our emotions as energy fields in which electrons vibrate to create apparent ‘walls’ distinguishing one thing from other? (Revisit that here in Shift #6: The Sweet Spot) And hasn’t the In Deeper Process been about using my consciousness to alter those electron walls?”

Yes.  The In Deeper Process helps you navigate between superpositions.

These many universes (situations we could experience) exist in what physicists call ‘superpositions.’ Superpositions are quantum states superimposed upon each other. We humans perceive just one at a time. Whatever superposition our personal physics (energy/emotional patterns) match is the superposition we perceive as the only real reality.  

As our energy matches a certain superposition, our consciousness automatically vibrates the energy (wave patterns) of that state into substance… matter.

We saw a model for this in action in Shift #8: It’s the Sand and I’m the Sound.  Our reality (sand) is shaped by the vibrating energy (sound) our consciousness is playing. When we observe the shape of the sand, its realness tends to elicit our continued resonating of the same underlying energy.

The science supporting this is called Everett’s Many Worlds Theory and is briefly outlined in this article in Scientific American. It is further explained in lay-folk terms in this video by Rob Bryanton. I especially like his explanation of we can’t perceive other possibilities from where we are.  

This would all seem obscure and irrelevant except for how useful it is. 

Our emotional sensors read the energy patterns we are resonating with as emotions, as how we feel.  And through this program, we’ve been discovering how to consciously adjust the way we feel.

We’ve focussed a lot on experiencing our emotions/energy fields more directly and with more awareness than before. We’ve explored ways to shift away from an emotional state we don’t enjoy to one that feels better. We are learning to observe an emotion (a ‘sound’ we are radiating) and how to tune to another.

Remember the story I told here in Shift #11 about my hopelessly lost wallet and how I shifted my emotional state to one where the wallet was present… at which point it suddenly and inexplicably as?  This was a conscious shift from the superposition in which my wallet was lost to another where it was not lost. All navigated energetically… emotionally.

Concept #2. What occurs in your imagination is just as real as what occurs in real time.

According to Stephen Hawking, the realities we perceive in our imagination are just as real as what we perceive in    real time.

The full quote from Stephen Hawking is: “One can think of ordinary, real time as a horizontal line. One the left, one has the past and on the right, the future. But there’s another kind of time in the vertical direction. This is called imaginary time, because it is not the kind of time we normally experience. But in a sense, it is just as real as what we call real time.”

In the video below, I’ve taken these two concepts and shown how we can use our emotions to shift from a version of us living one reality to another version living another reality. Which would be just so weird if it wasn’t for science.

Check out the video and consider it an introduction which we’ll fill in more details about over time. And have yourself a Merry little Christmas!

I’ll see you back here on Jan 3… 2020(!) with Shift #13.

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