“It is all about love and how we all are connected.”— MARK WAHLBERG, AMERICAN ACTOR
You might remember the 101 Dalmations experiment in E-Squared? The premise was that you are connected to everyone and everything through an “invisible” field of intelligence and energy. In quantum-speak, this lattice of connections is called entanglement.
It’s the scientific explanation for why your thoughts create your reality. It’s why setting intentions draws material things into your life.
It’s why synchronicity, a phenomenon people regularly shrug off with a “Wow! What a weird coincidence,” is proof of the interconnectedness of all things.
It’s why in this illusory us-versus-them world we, as the spiritual principle states, are really one.
Our differences, as huge as we make them out to be, are superficial and meaningless. And it’s time we let them go.
In a new study in the journal Science, Jian-Wei Pan, a physicist at the University of Science and Technology of China in Shanghai, proved entanglement works even when photons are 300 miles away.
A satellite orbiting 300 miles above the planet beamed entangled particles to two different ground-based labs that were 750 miles apart. Even at that great distance, they didn’t lose their rock-solid linkage.
It’s the first time anyone has ever generated entangled particles in space, and represents a 10-fold increase in the distance over which entanglement has been maintained.
Quantum entanglement seems to break the bedrock rules of standard physics: that nothing can travel faster than light, that objects are only influenced by their immediate surroundings. And scientists still can’t explain how the particles are linked. Is it wormholes? An unknown dimension?
Yet even though nonlocality doesn’t make sense to our Newtonian brains, we can use it to our advantage. Like your computer that is hooked up via the Internet to an infinite amount of information, you—by virtue of being a human being—are hooked up to everyone else in the world.
So the real question is not how does this work, but what do you want to manifest? What do you want to use your thoughts to create. More of the same? Or something new? Something exciting? Something that uplifts the whole planet?
You can use entanglement to draw love into your life. You can use it to brighten the world.
You can literally uplift your world by lasering love, blessings, peace, and other high-frequency emotions to the people in your life. I don’t know about you, but I can’t think of a better use of my thoughts.
Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about-to-be released, Art & Soul,Reloaded: A Year-Long Apprenticeship to Summon the Muses and Ignite Your Daring, Audacious, Creative Side.