Healing and the Holographic Principle, Part 2

Posted on November 21st, 2009 in Health Information by


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aling and the Holographic Principle, Part 2

The first study on the effectiveness of spiritual pursuits on health was one published in 1872 by Sir Francis Galton entitled “Statistical inquiries into the efficacy of prayer.” (link) Galton correlated various strata of society at the time (i.e., Members of Royal Houses, Clergy, Lawyers, Gentry, Officers of the Army, etc.) to both their published longevity and “prayerfulness”—unfortunately, this is a label Galton arrived at by means less-than-accepted by today’s more advanced scientific methods. Interestingly, Galton found no correlation between prayerfulness and longevity.

Regardless of outcome, an important bit to take away from this study is that spirit’s effect upon health has been intriguing scientists for over 130 years.

Since this study, there have been a myriad of investigations conducted on the effects of concentrated thought and intention upon one’s own health. The placebo effect and biofeedback are two examples of well-researched and documented phenomena in psychophysiology. It has been proven beyond much doubt that, with proper preparation, we can affect the state of our physical body’s health using only our mind.

But what about trans-psychophysiology? Can we affect physical change between persons?

As the Magic 8-Ball would shout, “All signs point to ‘yes!’”

Pardon my flip answer, but these developments excite me. Imagine it: for the first time in recorded (read: discovered) history, mainstream science—traditionally the ultimate in accomplished groups of naysayers—is finding that people can bring about real physiologic changes in others, regardless of the time and distance separating the two. (Time? Really? Yup. We’ll get back to that in Part 3…)

Mystics and sages have been practicing what scientists are calling transpersonal psychophysiology for centuries. Like other true practitioners, they have ignored any external derision and skepticism and have simply worked to create positive change in their “patients.” Blessedly, they continue.

But I think we can all feel the change that’s afoot these days. The energy level of the world and its inhabitants is elevating. The traditional “one-sy, two-sy” healing and preparatory approach is still very effective, but it’s simply too slow to keep us all in synch with the vibrational frequency changes now occurring. That’s why, in my opinion, we’re seeing so many groundbreaking studies in parapsychology these days: “critical consciousness” has been reached, and it’s leading our best and brightest to examine previously-shunned areas of study: ESP, energy healing, telekinesis, etc. We need to know how this stuff works and start using it. Now.

But how does it work? Back to quantum physics.

In Part 1, I described the theory of nonlocality. This is, according to John Cramer of the University of Washington at Seattle (link), “the mysterious ability of Nature to enforce correlations between separated but entangled parts of a quantum system that are out of speed-of-light contact, to reach faster-than-light across vast spatial distances or even across time itself to ensure that the parts of a quantum system are made to match.”

Kind of thick for the layperson. Let’s break it down a little bit.

The first part states that nonlocality is “the mysterious ability of Nature to enforce correlations between separated but entangled parts of a quantum system…” OK. Some definitions are in order here.

In basic terms, a “quantum system” is something that can be described using the theories of quantum mechanics. Not that helpful, huh? Let’s define “entangled parts” first, and see if that helps.

An entangled system is made of objects that are related by “quantum entanglement:” parts that have been complementary to each other in the past and, regardless of separation, continue to affect complimentary states instantly. How about an example?

Let’s say we have two particles, A and B. In our laboratory in Minneapolis, A and B are prepared so that when particle A spins clockwise, B spins counterclockwise, and vice versa. Now we box up particle B and ship it off to our other laboratory in Paris, 4213 miles away. There, our researchers call us in Minneapolis then take a look at the spin of particle B. We note that particle A is still spinning clockwise, particle B still counterclockwise. While on the phone, we in Minneapolis nudge particle A to spin counterclockwise. “Sacré bleu!” the researchers in Paris exclaim. “Particle B has just begun to spin clockwise!” Then we nudge particle A back into a clockwise state. “Mon dieu!” they cry. “Particle B is now spinning counterclockwise!” Particles A and B are said, in this case, to be entangled. Seemingly instantaneously, they communicate and then respond to changes in their current state, regardless of separating distances.

The speed of this “communication” between entangled particles has been estimated at a billion times the speed of light (186,000,000,000,000 miles per second, or 31 light years per second, or 0.82 seconds to Vega!), but there are ongoing discussions as to whether this is way too high or way too low. Regardless, it’s an amazing development.

If 186,000 miles per second is the speed limit of matter in the Universe, how can communication travel so much faster?

Enter the A-Field.

Continued in Part 3…

Healing and the Holographic Principle, Part 2 / Michael Thompson Isaac

Michael Thompson Isaac is a computer-geek-turned-psychic-medium based in Minnesota. Visit his website at http://www.mtisaac.com