Quantum physics is a branch of science that deals with discrete, indivisible units of energy called quanta as described by the Quantum Theories.
Quantum physics involves the study of the realm of the very small, at the atomic and subatomic level, such as electrons, photons and quarks. Therefore, it’s operating at the below-cell level of the body.
Quantum Physics is also the study of the forces that act on atomic and subatomic entities. There are four forces: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong force (binds particles in the atom’s nucleus) and the weak force (responsible for radioactive/beta decay).
Quantum Physics also studies the fields through which forces move. Example of fields are the gravitational field and electromagnetic field. A field can extend throughout a large region of space so that its influence is all-pervading.
Standard quantum physics has three primary areas of focus:
Quantum mechanics: The study of the structure and behavior of subatomic particles.
Quantum electrodynamics: QED - A “field” theory of the interaction primarily of electrons and the electromagnetic field; a theory of light (photons).
Quantum chromodynamics: A theory of the strong force, and the interactions of quarks and gluons.
Quantum Physics Models: There is not one quantum theory, but many theories, each interpreting the same body of experimental facts:
The Standard Model (the most widely accepted theory)
Space Resonance Theory (Wave Structure of Matter) (wave- dominant theory)
How does Quantum Physics relate to Bioenergetic Medicine? The quantum world is an abstract, mathematical world. It has been called a “shadow” world, because we can never know it directly, as through observation. When we measure a quantum system or entity, the act of measuring changes the system. Many of the “truths” of the quantum world are very different from the “truths” of the classical, macroscopic world. The quantum world can be paradoxical and counterintuitive.
“Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it.” -- Physicist Neils Bohr
The body-field as a quantum structure—a network of space resonances—can only be probed indirectly. It cannot be seen or measured directly. Probing it changes it slightly.
Quantum Weirdness 1
- Superposition of States A quantum entity is said to be in every possible state at the same time, called a “superposition.” Upon measurement, it “chooses” one state, the state that best conforms to the experimental conditions/context at that time.
- Copenhagen Interpretation A quantum entity has both wave and particle attributes at the same time. It is detected as one or the other according to the experiment that is being conducted. When its “wavefunction” is collapsed, it goes from being everything it can be to taking on specific characteristics. Somehow, quantum entities “know” what questions we are asking of them, and they appear in a way that best answers those questions.
The human body-field is a dynamic network of energy and information. It is rather like a superposition of information about the state of the entire body-field system and its many subsystems. A scan or indirect measurement of the body field captures a “snapshot” of certain parameters of the body-field system at one moment in time and according to the state of the person being scanned at that time. Influences include emotions, beliefs, memories, diet, the environment, lifestyle, etc. All of this information is encoded in the client’s body-field in its many, many layers. Each scan extracts the information most relevant for that client at that time
Quantum Weirdness 2 You can’t know everything there is to know about a particle with absolute certainty. When you know about one aspect of a particle, you lose information about other aspects of it.
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Probability rules the quantum realm. If you know the momentum (mass x velocity) of a particle, you can’t know its location with absolute certainty. If you know where the particle is located, you can’t know its momentum with certainty.
Analogy: When driving a “quantum car,” if you look to see how fast you are going, you can’t know exactly where you are, and if you know exactly where you are, you can’t know your exact speed!
One could say that the “uncertainty” of the body-field is not due only to inherent quantum features (see Milo Wolff’s Space Resonance Theory), but also to the complexity of environmental influences and the client’s state of consciousness, which is always in flux.
A scan is always about that individual dynamic body-field only. You cannot compare that person’s field to anyone else’s.
There is no “optimal” body-field against which the client’s field is compared, although there is research to show a data set (from Peter Fraser’s research) to establish what could be thought of as a baseline template.
That template is always changing, as more research is done. It is not a “given” that will be found once and set in stone forever.
Researchers are seeking to determine the “functional integrity” of the body-field system and subsystems, not absolute baseline measures.
Quantum Weirdness 3
The word “quanta” refers to “packets” of energy. Quantum entities can take on only specific allowable energies.
When they “jump” from one level to another, they do not travel in between! They just appear at the next higher or lower allowable energy level.
Quantum Weirdness 4
The quantum realm is “nonlocal,” meaning that everything is connected. This quantum interconnectedness is called “Quantum entanglement.” If two quantum entities were ever in contact, they are forever connected, no matter how far apart they may eventually be. In terms of information exchange, entangled particles act as a single system, not two separate entities. But no “signal” is being sent between them. The information is not exchanged by any known force, but is shared or correlated instantaneously through the nonlocal field.
In Bioenergetic Medicine, the field created by the computer “entangles” with the client’s body-field, so information can be exchanged. However, in the macroscopic world, “noise” appears to interfere with the measurement of the exchange, so research suggests that the client be present for the scan. Distance may matter for other reasons as well.
Psi effects (card guessing and healing at a distance) were shown to drop off significantly at the following increments of distance: drastic decline from 0.14 effect to .02 effect at 500 miles, smaller incremental drops at 2500, 3500, 4500 miles, with no discernible effect above chance at 7500 miles. --From Entangled Minds, Dean Radin
When entanglement occurs between the computer and the client’s body-field, information is exchanged about the functional integrity of the persons body-field:
Quality of match to body-field is strong, meaning there is little disturbance = clear reading on report for that item
Quality of match to body-field is weak because there is a lot of disturbance = highlighted reading on report for that item