Identify Your Theology:
In the past few days, starting last week, we've been talking about our physical world and how we experience and connect to it. In yesterday's post, I asked you what you believe about how the world was created.
Today, we are turning our attention to our fourteenth question, but before we do, head on over to your retreat room so you can relax and let go of any of the day’s stress. Or listen and relax right here...
There was a scientist in the 1900s named Louis de Broglie whose work revealed that matter (all matter) has wave-like properties or characteristics. Wondering what that has to do with exploring spiritual beliefs? Read on...
"Every particle of matter has its own wave function, which can be visualized as a 'smear' or a representation of all the paths it may take. The scientist Richard Feynman theorized that the potential particle takes all possible paths as its wave moves from point A to point B, so that when the wave reaches point B, it contains information from every path it could have taken to get there. When the particle is observed, however, its wave function collapses and only one path becomes actualized." ~~Joyce & River Higginbotham
What do you believe about matter, and the universe and our relationship to it? Is it possible that this quote/paragraph above explains what we experience in our reality?
Because we “observe,” by way of visualization, all day long.
When we imagine (and thus, observe) the worst-case scenario our worried minds can create, are we then choosing it? And what might happen if we imagined the best-case scenario, instead?
Now that you’ve read today’s question and a quote or two to get you thinking, head on back into the mini-retreat to close it and to see the journal questions and the blessing I’ve written for you.
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Have a great day!