“Targeting your thoughts – or what scientists refer to as “Intention” appeared to produce an energy potent enough to change physical reality. A simple thought seemed to have the power to change our world”
– Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment
Our thoughts are energy that is being transmitted by the mind, like a TV antenna we send and receive information this way.
Have you experienced the stun of friction based electricity on touching a screen or an object? If yes, then you have demonstrated that your body has an electric field. Human body demonstrating electric field may certainly sound crazy. However, there are studies backing this theory.
Our human brain is filled with different thoughts and ideas. Most of our thoughts, feelings and behavior patterns are established in the communication between neurons. Along with the neurons, we have some brain chemicals that impact our moods.
According to the book, “The Point of Power” written by Peter Baksa, our brain is made of a tight system of nerve cells, all collaborating with each other and creating a general electrical field. Our brain waves are the superposition of the multitude of electrical states being formed by our nervous system. In fact, our body is full of electric field. Wherever there’s a nerve cell; there’s power. It is highly concentrated around our head since that is the place the majority of our nerve cells are.
Our thoughts and ideas are formed in this electric field. As you read this article, the thoughts you are thinking about, the words your mind is processing, are on the whole electrical driving forces that can be measured if you had a couple of wires snared between your head and a machine. So our thoughts are energy just like everything else.
Connection with Quantum Mechanics
The book further states that the principles of quantum mechanics and the Schrodinger’s wave conditions (a mathematical equation that describes the physical changes over a period in which quantum effects, like wave–particle duality are essential) govern our thoughts. Each one of those strange things about quantum mechanics portrays how an electron or photon carry on, apply to us and our ideas too. Just like any other arrangement of particles or energy source, we are caught with our experiences, the environment and the universe through the zero-point field.
The only difference between us and a photon is that we can think. Since we are trapped in our environment, we can influence and impact the haphazardness, just as it can impact us.
Since we are conscious, we can pick what part of the irregularity around us to be influenced by, and how we might want to influence it. It is through the property of trap that we can influence change in our condition. Our psyches work as transceivers, ready to get and send signals into the “quantum soup” of the zero-point field by way of the exceedingly intelligent frequencies of our thoughts.
The higher the recurrence of our idea/brain wave, the higher our consciousness. The level of our consciousness is the thing that makes our existence what it is and what it will keep on being. If we are looking for a change, we need to set a goal, proclaim a way (adjust the practices to our want), at that point disconnect and enable the universe to deal with the subtle elements.
A group of globally renowned researchers have met up to push the significance of what is still generally disregarded in the standard academic group: the way that issue (protons, electrons, photons, anything that has a mass) is not by any means the only reality.
A couple of years ago, these researchers held an International Summit on Post-Materialist Science and made a pronouncement to clarify its hugeness. The researchers included Mario Beauregard, PhD (University of Arizona), Gary E. Schwartz, PhD (University of Arizona), and Lisa Miller, PhD (Columbia University), in a joint effort with Larry Dossey, MD, Alexander Moreira-Almeida, MD, PhD, Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, Rupert Sheldrake, PhD, and Charles Tart, PhD.
There are several distributed peer-reviewed publications demonstrating some noteworthy outcomes for this kind of science, yet, it is still avoided by the standard scholarly community, despite the fact that such a variety of standard scholastic researchers bolster it.
The likelihood that the mind impacts physical material is not unimportant. It has been displayed more than once with quantifiable colossal results through captivating investigation endeavoured by government programs and places like the Institute of Noetic Sciences (built up by Dr Edgar Mitchell). In later improvements, the social event of comprehensively saw analysts determined beforehand.
The ramifications of this sort of science are broad and in the feeling of numerous, far more noteworthy than those of material science. Material science has been necessary to the progression of humanity, yet non-material science is critical to the advancement of humankind. Human thoughts, sentiments, feelings, discernments, consciousness, and more are interwoven with what we see to be our physical material reality. The exploration of awareness is the foundation of quantum mechanics (QM), the field that challenges the present, assumed substantial establishments of what we call reality.
Max Planck, a theoretical physicist who originated Quantum Theory, which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918, states, “I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get behind consciousness. Everything that we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness.”
Human Thoughts and Water
Numerous experiments conducted over the recent decades have pondered whether human intention alone can influence the properties of water. This query has been critical to alternative medical research because the human body is comprised of around 70% water. The topic of interest has been revived by numerous scientists recommending that deliberately impacted water can be distinguished by looking at ice crystals shaped from tests of that water. Researchers have estimated and demonstrated that water affected by thoughts could change the physical arrangement of the ice crystals that water produces. Steady outcomes ordinarily point to the possibility that positive intentions tend to deliver symmetric, perfectly shaped, stylishly satisfying crystals, and negative intentions create topsy-turvy, ineffectively framed, and unattractive crystals.
Dean Radin, the Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, along with Masaru Emoto, Takashige Kizu, and Nancy Lund, designed an experiment to test this hypothesis. According to the study, more than three days, 1,900 individuals in Austria and Germany centered their intentions towards water samples situated inside an electromagnetically protected room in California. Water samples located close to the objective water, however obscure to the general population giving thoughts, went about as “proximal” controls. Different specimens situated outside the protected room acted as tight controls. An expert captured the ice drops that shaped from water samples in the distinctive treatment conditions. Each picture was evaluated for stylish magnificence by more than 2,500 independent judges, and the subsequent information was dissected, all by people dazzle concerning the fundamental treatment conditions. Results proposed that crystal pictures in the deliberately regarded condition were appraised as tastefully more lovely than proximal control crystals (p < 0.03, one-followed). This result repeats the after effects of a prior pilot test.
One of the already said investigations was directed in the 90s by Masaru Emoto, co-member in the examination of water crystals. Emoto conducted an experiment wherein he decided to freeze water and observe it with a microscope. To start with, he watched crystals of faucet water, stream water, and lake water. From the tap water, he couldn’t get any stylishly satisfying crystals that were exceptional in configuration, not even from streams or lakes that encompassed large urban areas. Notwithstanding, water from more secluded waterways and lakes created interesting and excellent crystals.
The outcomes from this prior examination (among others) additionally demonstrated that the shape and physical structure of water crystals changed in the wake of “giving great words, playing great music, and appearing, playing, or offering an immaculate petition to water.” Disfigured crystals were likewise seen while making the inverse circumstance.
Emoto’s work has been criticized sometime recently, and cruelly. This sort of research straightforwardly repudiates the conviction frameworks of numerous researchers because the suppositions of material science have changed into authoritative opinions and ingrained the belief that the psyche is only the physical action of the mind. Our thoughts can’t have any impact on physical structures or the physical world. That is the reason the re-distributed investigation, exhibited above, is so vital because it came after the reactions and was a replication of Emoto’s work.
In 1999, a statistics professor at UC Irvine distributed a paper demonstrating that parapsychological tests have created significantly more grounded outcomes than those showing a daily dosage of aspirin helps in preventing a heart attack. She likewise explained that these results are more grounded than the examination behind different medications like antiplatelets, for instance.
Human idea, sentiments and feelings have the ability to change our reality and are a significant segment of our activities that will help bring that change into realization.
According to Buddhism, the power of the mind can be used as a weapon or a reliable partner. Science has proven that when we use our brains to imagine, we end up enhancing ourselves. We should obviously comply with the laws of material science as we comprehend them, however, let us not restrain ourselves to imagining that way.
The best achievements in science and the spiritual world have been from individuals liberating their psyches and opening themselves up to new thoughts and ideas. It intends to do what we do each day yet to change our mindset about it. For instance, we may get irate that we need to tidy up after a pet that has appeared to have gone briefly distraught, annihilating everything in its way. We should understand the pooch was merely being a canine, or the feline was simply being a feline, it is the thing that it is best at.
This does not mean we are not supposed to train our pets or children; we have to discourage bad conduct. Notwithstanding, we should recollect, the pooch or feline bites up wires whether we adore it or not.
When we understand this, we can tidy up the chaos without getting irate, merely appreciating the way that we can tidy up the wreckage, and that we should not hope to take a seat and unwind. The shrouded message is that if we don’t think anything, we will be nothing, we will be void, which should be our objective.
Thus, Buddhism believes our thoughts make us. We become what we think and hence having positive thoughts is certainly a must.