"Observing LightSOURCE creates quantum tunneling across the zero-point field, which results in non-local awareness."
"Skip" Atwater, Research Director
The Monroe Institute
Quantum tunneling is a micro and nanoscopic phenomenon in which a particle violates principles of classical mechanics by penetrating or passing through a potential barrier or impedance higher than the kinetic energy of the particle. A barrier, in terms of quantum tunneling, may be a form of energy state analogous to a "hill" or incline in classical mechanics, which would suggest that passage through or over such a barrier would be impossible without sufficient energy. However, because of differences in terms of scale and interaction between quantum and classical mechanics, practical applications of the latter would be inaccurate.
On the quantum scale, objects exhibit wave-like behavior; in quantum theory, quanta moving against a potential energy "hill" can be described by their wave-function, which represents the probability of finding that particle in a certain location at either side of the "hill". If this function describes the particle as being on the other side of the "hill", then there is the probability that it has moved through, rather than over it, and has thus "tunneled".
In quantum field theory, the zero-point field is the lowest energy state of a field, i.e. its ground state, which is non zero. This phenomenon gives the quantum vacuum a complex structure, which can be probed experimentally; see, for example, the Casimir effect. The term "zero-point field" is sometimes used as a synonym for the vacuum state of an individual quantized field. The electromagnetic zero-point field is loosely considered as a sea of background electromagnetic energy that fills the vacuum of space, and is often regarded merely as a curious outcome of the quantum mechanical requirement, namely the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, that the lowest allowable energy level in a harmonic oscillator mode is not zero but ħw /2, where w is the characteristic frequency of the oscillator.
Non-local mind, non-locality, or non-local awareness is a description of the space-time we live in which under certain conditions twin particles and twin people have much more connectivity than you would expect. Buddhists say that separation is an illusion. There are many bodies and one consciousness would be the metaphysical interpretation. In quantum mechanics it is said that the emission of two photons or two elementary particles from a common source are entangled even though they travel away from one other at the speed of light. If you grab one of them, the other one shows the effect of that.
Einstein’s special relativity said that things traveling away from each other at the speed of light are disconnected and there’s no way to communicate between them so the idea that non-local connections permit such a connection between the elementary particles contradicts special relativity. General relatively pertains to gravity and has nothing to do with this. Special relativity pertains to the connection between things traveling at the speed of light and the nature of space-time. This has now been well demonstrated. David Baum, one of the pioneers in modern quantum mechanics, called this "quantum interconnectedness." Henry Stapp, who is chairman of the physics department at the University of California, Berkley, said that non-locality may be the most important discovery in all of science because it shows that we misperceive the world we live in.
In psychic research -- parapsychology -- it is said that minds are entangled to one another. In the book “Limitless Mind”, by Stephan Schwartz Ph.D., the author explores the relationship of quantum non-locality to what we see in remote viewing where psychic abilities are independent of space and time. Increasingly, target distance between a viewer and the thing he is looking at doesn’t degrade the ability.
Schwartz shows that it’s no harder to describe a building in Moscow than a building across the street from where you’re sitting. One can spend an entertaining afternoon in California describing the inside of Vladimir Putin's office in the Kremlin with great detail. Similarly, one could describe people hiding in a park across the street. Increasing the distance by thousands of times doesn’t interfere with psychic functioning. As well, those who are non-locally aware can describe with great accuracy events that are going to happen in the next few days just as easily as things that are happening contemporaneously.
To achieve a state of non-local awareness one has to find the internal 'on switch' that enables remote viewing. This was all understood 2,500 years ago. Patanjali (a Hindu sage), a hundred years before Christ, wrote that in order to see into the distance and see into the future you have to quiet the ripples in your brain waves. He said you could then see into the distance, see into the future, heal the sick, and diagnose illnesses; all of which are being done presently.
The teaching of remote viewing is principally giving people permission to do it. Society says it’s nonsense, there is no such thing. What the remote viewing teacher has to do is use his conviction to convince a person to suspend their disbelief, quiet their mind, and describe their mental impressions of whatever the remote viewing teacher is offering as a hidden target. People quickly learn to separate out their mental noise -- the memory, imagination and analysis -- from the information that’s surprising and unfamiliar looking in order to do remote viewing. People can learn to do this in an afternoon. And after that it’s all practice. Learning to do remote viewing is like riding a unicycle. It doesn’t make sense, and then someone will spend an hour with you and then off you go. It goes from impossible to easy.
Stated succinctly and unambiguously..."quantum tunneling across the zero-point field, which results in non-local awareness" refers to what is commonly known as an out-of-body-experience.
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