The Power of the Observer

Published on 26-10-2015

In 1905, about 200 years after “classical” Newtonian physics model where all things were considered solid, Albert Einstein produced his famous equation E = mc2, demonstrating that energy and matter are so fundamentally related that they are one and the same. Essentially, his work showed that matter and energy are completely interchangeable. This directly contradicted Newton and Descartes, and ushered in a new understanding of how the universe functions.

The quantum pioneers - Νiels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg - discovered more than 80 years ago that the universe is not a storehouse of static, separate objects, but a single organism of interconnected energy fields in a constant state of becoming. The only thing dissolving this little cloud of probability into something solid and measurable was the involvement of an observer.

Once these scientists decided to have a closer look at a subatomic particle by taking a measurement, the subatomic entity that existed as pure potential would collapse” into one particular state.

The implications of these early experimental findings were profound: living consciousness somehow was the influence that turned the possibility of something into something real!

The so called “Observer’s Effect” gives rise to another heretical notion: reality is not fixed, but fluid and mutable, and hence open to influence.

So science proves right what spirituality has been teaching us for thousands of years, that we are divine creators that set our destiny, through our thoughts and feelings.

According to Einstein, there are two ways to live your life: One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. Knowing your power as an Observer which life would you choose to live?