Unified Field theory (Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg)
The four fundamental forces in the universe (electromagnetism, gravity, the strong interaction, and the weak interaction) are actually types of a single high-energy force called the grand unified field theory or quantum field theory.
This is the theory that brings quantum mechanics and special relativity together to account for subatomic phenomena. In particular, the interactions of subatomic particles are described in terms of their interactions with fields, such as the electromagnetic field. However, the fields are quantized and represented by particles, such as photons for the electromagnetic field.
How is this possibly useful to us in our day-to-day lives? Because it gives understanding and scientific credibility to our ancient beliefs that we are all one and all interactive…that even within our own bodies, things do not just show up in just one place. For example, we know now that there are brain cells throughout the body and anything that we think or experience in one part of ourselves is instantly thought and understood in all areas of our bodies. And all our thoughts and verbalization and actions are felt and experienced by everyone else in the unified field, we are all entangled.
Physicist, David Bohm said that all particles are non-locally interconnected and there is no way to be separate.
It is proposed that the widespread and pervasive distinctions between people (race, nation, family, profession, etc., etc.) which are now preventing mankind from working together for the common good, and indeed, even for survival, have one of the key factors of their origin in a kind of thought that treats things as inherently divided, disconnected, and “broken up” into yet smaller constituent parts. Each part is considered to be essentially independent and self-existent.
(David Bohm, Wholeness and the Implicate Order, 1980)
We know from the double-slit experiment, for example, that the observer affect can be scientifically verified, and this is one of our indicators that as we observe our own behaviors and thoughts and desires, we influence changes in them.
We also know from quantum physics that words are energy and that the words we speak can actually change our DNA. It makes sense then that we watch our words more carefully, and monitor what we stories we tell ourselves about who we believe we are.
There have been a number of interesting films over the last decade or so, like What the Bleep, that tell us about Quantum Physics and introduce us to some of the major contributors to what we know currently about the unified field, like Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Gregg Braden and Candace Pert.
I think the most important thing about quantum physics, the unified field and particle physics is probability. If you remember the scene in What the Bleep where the young man is bouncing a basketball and there are actually multiple and endless possibilities where that basketball is – on screen you see hundreds of bouncing basketballs. Then the observer in the film (the actor Marlee Matlin), actually chose where the basketball ended up by her unconscious intention. When she turned and looked at the ball, all probabilities collapsed to the place where she expected to see it.
Reality cannot be found except in One single source, because of the interconnection of all things with one another. Leibniz
Ignoring the existence of the knowledge of the unified field, means losing the value of creating the life you truly want. The most critical thing about particle physics is that these subatomic particles are not solid and stable things and they exist in many states all at once…they are in a state of pure potential, as state of superposition or the sum of all probabilities.
THE VERY ACT OF OBSERVING CHANGES THE OUTCOME.
Physicist Richard Feynman (quantum electrodynamics) calls the role of the observer in quantum physics, the mystery which cannot go away. As you choose to become conscious observers of your life, at any point in time, you can create what you have chosen rather than what you have been told is already there.
Dr. Candace Pert, the pharmacologist who researched neuro-peptides and receptors and the storage of mental-emotional addictions as well as chemical addictions, teaches that when you focus on what you want and focus your positive intention, you open receptors to joy and close your receptors to pain. You actually don’t even have to close your receptors to pain, when unused, they close on their own.
You are able to connect directly with your subconscious, in the unified field, and communicate how you intend your life to be now…right now. You collapse the field of probabilities in the moment and create what you consciously intend in your life
Blessings, Dr. Katie
Dr. Katie Lynne Garnett is an educational psychologist, founder of Unfolding Your Spiritual DNA, co-founder of Behavioral DNA Programs, co-founder of Programs for Awakening, Certified One Command Seminar Leader and Health & Wellness Coach and published author. Her professional work includes coaching, counseling and teaching in the areas of psychology and energy-healing techniques,
Dr. Garnett’s study of the phenomenon of quantum physics, paired with her research in the psychology of human behavior, healing, social change and the significance of The One Command and energy shifts in relation to human potentiality, brings her clients the capacity to reprogram their lives as they choose and align with their spiritual mission.
Dr. Katie co-hosts the radio-show Living in the Quantum Field with Asara Lovejoy on Contact Talk Radio. She also hosts the 4th week Wednesday Teleconference each month focusing on the significance of The One Command and the quantum physics of body-mind healing and transformation. You can read her articles in Evolution Ezine.