We are what we think.

We are what we think.

We are a sum of our emotions and thoughts.

Perhaps the best way to comprehend this is to think of our thoughts as waves and our brain as a radio transmitter as well as an antenna. As such, we are picking up each other’s vibes as well as influencing their moods. Quantum coherence may help elucidate the point. It is defined by encyclopaedia Britannica as:

 Two beams of light are coherent when the phase difference between their waves is constant; they are non-coherent if there is a random or changing phase relationship. Stable interference patterns are formed only by radiation emitted by coherent sources, ordinarily produced by splitting a single beam into two or more beams. A laser, unlike an incandescent source, produces a beam in which all the components bear a fixed relationship to each other


If we change the way we think/feel/act, to a more respectful and tolerant of ourselves and of others, we may find more power and strength on our everyday lives to deal with adverse events and/or dis-ease.

If we cultivate feelings of love towards others, even if not reciprocated, they will generate a ‘coherence’ effect on ourselves.

Rupert Sheldrake is famous for bringing us the concept of:

Morphic fields in biology
Over the course of fifteen years of research on plant development, I came to the conclusion that for understanding the development of plants, their morphogenesis, genes and gene products are not enough. Morphogenesis also depends on organizing fields. The same arguments apply to the development of animals. Since the 1920s many developmental biologists have proposed that biological organization depends on fields, variously called biological fields, or developmental fields, or positional fields, or morphogenetic fields. Or biodynamic fields (my addition)
All cells come from other cells, and all cells inherit fields of organization. Genes are part of this organization. They play an essential role. But they do not explain the organization itself. Why not?



These ideas are corroborated by the embryologist Blechschmidt that argues that a biodynamic field opens before the formation of the structure and that the forces that created the embryo are still maintaining us in good health.

So if we have evidence to suggest we are resonant beings (Sheldrake) and that (quantum) coherence exists, we can put forward the idea that if we change our vibrational levels (thought processes) we may get back to our original blueprint for health – our embryo and be able to keep ourselves in a optimal state of health.

 Affection is important because it counters anger, hatred and suspicion that can prevent our minds from functioning clearly. @DalaiLama

More resources:

Quantum consciousness: The evidence for quantum coherence in living organisms






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