“I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get behind consciousness. Everything that we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness.” – Max Planck
There was a time, not so long ago when scientists thought that the material universe was indeed the only reality – it was constructed of random pieces of matter with no order. iIn other words, “what you see is what you get.”
Physicists upended this “common knowledge” when they proved that everything in the universe exists because of energy.
Atoms are the smallest unit of matter. Every kind of matter – gas, liquid, and solid – builds from atoms. These atoms are the building block of the universe. When in balance, the atom’s nucleus presents an equal number of particles. There are two particle-types: protons and neutrons. Electrons circle the atom’s nucleus and orbit it in an oval-like pattern. They maintain their balance because of energy. Albert Einstein and Max Planck devoted much of their work towards this discovery.
A countless number of atoms make up our bodies. As a result, we are energy-creating beings by default. It is our belief, along with many others, that energy stems from consciousness. And that this consciousness connects with the material world.
Here are 8 scientific studies demonstrating the interconnectedness with consciousness and the material universe.
The Placebo Effect
In a study at the Baylor School of Medicine, surgical options were sought for patients with debilitating knee pain. The team divided patients into three groups.
First, a group had the damaged cartilage shaved from their knee. And, the second group had the damaged tissue flushed from the knee joint. Finally, researchers sedated the last group and told participants told that they performed invasive surgery. Although, in fact, they hadn’t. Amazingly, the group that received no surgery improved as much as those that had.
This is just one example of many on how we can consciously affect the biology of our bodies. The placebo effect is having a significant impact on the medical community while disrupting the industries that rely on product revenue, specifically the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry.
The heart and electromagnetic experiments
The most prolific electromagnetic forces in the human body occur in and around the heart. Using spectral analysis, researchers discovered encoded emotional information embedded in the electromagnetic field surrounding the heart.
When emotions shift, this encoded information changes. As a result, scientists continue to study the ramifications of such a profound discovery. The research includes we feel and interpret this powerful force. Specifically, they hope to learn how to use emotions such as compassion, empathy, love, and understanding to make positive changes in us and others.
Princeton’s intention and desire experiment
In a series of experiments done at Princeton University, researchers assembled about 300 people. The 300 participants then observed a computer screen that alternately showed one of two images – an astronaut or a leopard.
The beginning of the experiment involved the transition of the images on the screen at random and at various time intervals. Then, the researchers asked the audience what image they preferred. Most liked an image of an astronaut. After this, the subjects concentrated only on seeing the astronaut.
The images continued cycling at random for a short time after they issued these instructions. Then the image of the astronaut was the only one that appeared until the experiment was concluded. To many, this leads to the belief that random events can be altered with conscious influence.
The Quantum Double Slit experiment
It’s impossible to explain this experiment without writing a book. Let’s just keep it simple and say this: when two slits were created and small bits of matter were very quickly ejected from a machine through the slits, the pattern that resulted was expected – two outlines of matter roughly in the shape of the slits.
However, when photons or other particles of matter ejected through the slits, they created multiple outlines. Scientists call this an interference pattern. In the popular, peer-reviewed journal Physics Essays, the experiment has been demonstrated multiple times to explore the role of how consciousness shapes physical reality.
NSA/CIA remote viewing experiments
In conjunction with Stanford University, scientists at both the NSA and CIA demonstrated the ability of individuals to describe the appearance of remote geographical locations several hundred thousand miles away.
One participant visualized the specific rings around Jupiter before pictures of it were taken by NASA and made public. In another experiment, participants were able to see people and objects that were located in different rooms with no point of reference.
In an experiment done by the Peoples Republic of China, researchers documented the ability of gifted children to teleport small objects from one place to another. They did the study under blind and double-blind conditions which yielded the same results. They then published their findings in an academic journal.
Various academic institutions and the Department of Defense oversaw the study. Given the sensitive nature of the study, the government classified the results. However, various other studies and experiments have concluded that the transportation of physical objects without a bodily carrier has been known to take place.
In an unclassified 2004 U.S. Air Force research project titled the Teleportation Physics Study, participants were instructed and subsequently applied psychokinetic practices. In the study, several individuals were able to bend or contort metal specimens with no physical force.