Everything is possible; all the time

The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

In a nutshell, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that we can never know the exact position AND velocity of any particle, because in order to observe a particle (mass), you have to bounce a photon (the constituent of light— which is only energy) off of it – which then alters its position and velocity. What this means is that when a particle travels from point A to point B, it traverses EVERY POSSIBLE PATH SIMULTANEOUSLY … until we focus on it.

If particles are hyper-spacial in nature then everything is possible.

Hence the importance of VISUALISATION when formulating a goal. Photons are light, so if you bounce light off a goal (visualise it) then you influence / activate it.

Which is why where we place our intention is so important.

Do we focus on the position or the trajectory? Focus on the former and we end up focusing on the past, sometimes on the here and now, but that is fleeting, so it’s always going to be the past.

We need to focus on where we want to be and then the particle will end up there.

Until we do so, everything is just a possibility.


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