Quantum physicists recently revealed “that future actions may influence past events, at least when it comes to the messy, mind-bending world of quantum physics.” by entangling particles “after they may no longer exist.” (4-30-2012 livescience)
This just makes me wonder – Does this mean we will be able to change and possibly heal our past? and where exactly is our past?
If time is not linear then perhaps we could find a way to change past events but scientists go on to state that “In the quantum world, things behave differently than they do in the real, macroscopic world we can see and touch around us.” (4-30-2012 livescience)
This is not something we have heard about in manifesting and law of attraction books. These books often are studying the quantum world an applying it to the macroscopic world as if they are equally related and operate under the same rules. If we can manipulate time in the quantum world, there is still much to be learned to be able to manipulate time in the macroscopic world, though it can be done.
The questions that come to mind are:
- would we even know something was done?
- could our minds handle it?
- could we be still enough to hold one time frame while another merges in?
- would we lose all of the things we have learned from the past?
- how would this effect art and the written word? (the things we have created)
- Perhaps the act of creation requires a time line that is set in stone?
In many cases our view of time and of the past is so solid, so concrete, it would be hard to allow such an event to happen. Merely bringing up this research has people squirming, trying to inch their way out of the discussion.
Think about it – If one had cancer for years and built an entire identity and belief system around dealing with such a disease, could they just let go of the layers and layers of energetic mass around having that to begin with? And what about their family, would they hold it in place for the patient regardless of what he did?
It may be possible to rewrite the past, but if the intention for things to stay as they are is stronger, that intention will always win.
“A car has a pretty strong intention to stay a car” (What the Bleep do we know)
We haven’t yet mastered the present world as we know just yet, let’s see if we can do that first. Let’s just see if we can find the present moment.
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