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I just returned from a trip to Los Angeles where my replies to questions asked by director Stephen Grant of Canada’s History Channel’s “Weird or What? with William Shatner” were filmed. While I didn’t get to meet William Shatner (he was in New York, preparing to launch his one-man show on Broadway), I got to meet some of the wonderful people who work with him on a TV show dedicated to exploring some of the stranger things happening here on Earth.
The premise of the episode I participated in has to do with the concept of quantum jumping — the act of moving from one universe to another alternate reality. This is an area of great interest to me, as for the past thirteen years I’ve been observing the way consciousness changes the physical world, and how amazing it feels when one observes reality shifts.
One of the most fascinating things to me about quantum jumping is the premise that we can enjoy a better life by envisioning ourselves in a more favorable alternate reality. By focusing on how we ourselves can be better, and relaxing and intending to experience such a reality by fully embodying the people we would be in a reality in which we are healthier, happier, wealthier, and more successful in some way — we can literally jump to that other universe of possibility like walking through a door from one reality to the next.
The popular expression “quantum jump” is usually meant to describe a leap that is big — but to scientists, quantum jumps are tiny, discrete (indivisible), and abrupt. The idea of quantum particles is that they can exist in material form at one energy level or another, but not in between. When quantum particles have been observed to make a quantum jump from one state to another, scientists have watched them appear to blink on and off.
Quantum jumping is the process by which a person can envision some desired result or state of being that is clearly very different from the existing situation … and by clearly observing that possibility and supplying enough energy, make a leap into that alternate reality. The idea behind quantum jumping is that while we seldom consciously realize it, we are living in a multiverse of parallel universes. Usually, these alternate realities have no connection to one another. A quantum jump can be made through a kind of handshake through time and space. This connection forms a bridge that allows someone experiencing a quantum jump to literally end up in another reality. The connection is so total that a person can literally walk into another place and time. While to the universe, both of “you” still exist, usually your awareness of who you are will coalesce on one reality, leaving the other forgotten and left behind.
People often experience walking into parallel worlds that are nearly — but not quite entirely — identical to the one they came from. In such cases, you may find something has seemingly shifted in some startling way. A door or building may appear where one had never been before, or you might notice something as simple as your keys not being where you know you put them … and then find them in a very odd place with no apparent explanation.
How is Quantum Jumping Possible?
Consider the idea that many times — possibly even every time — you make a decision or choice, you are actually moving between alternate realities — between parallel worlds. In those alternate realities there are so many other possible “yous” which you can connect with so strongly that the conscious awareness and energy that is you literally moves into that other reality. When feeling so strongly connected to another self in a different reality, it is possible to gain direct access to the knowledge available only in that time and space, and to experience an entirely different self.
What makes quantum jumping possible is that, like a quantum particle, a person has the ability to exhibit quantum behavior. While it is extremely improbable that you will often be able to do some of the things quantum particles do — such as tunnel through solid barriers, or make quantum jumps to other alternate times and places — our current understanding of physics suggests such things are within the realm of possibility, and can be expected to occur.
Experimental observations at the quantum level change our assumptions about reality as we see that quantum particles are not always particles and sometimes exist as pure energy, that some kind of invisible connection exists between entangled quantum particles so they move together simultaneously with non-local spooky action at a distance, that simply by observing an experiment we are affecting it, and that unlike classical physics, quantum behavior can only ever be predicted by probabilities.
In order to explain some of this truly strange quantum behavior, Niels Bohr theorized that quantum particles exist as waves that might be anywhere until the wave function is collapsed. Hugh Everett III theorized that we exist in an multiverse consisting of many worlds of parallel realities. Physicist John Cramer theorizes it is possible for information to be exchanged between past and future through a kind of handshake between two points in spacetime. Scientists David Bohm and Karl Pribram proposed the universe is a giant hologram, containing matter and consciousness in a single field.
What all this means to someone experiencing a quantum jump is that they can enter another parallel reality by relaxing and imagining they are accessing some kind of bridge, window, or doorway to another world with another self who has another set of characteristics, qualities, or skills. With quantum jumping, one makes the leap from simply imagining oneself in an alternate reality to actually being that other self.
Examples of Quantum Jumping
The success of most all visualization methods and affirmations can be attributed to quantum jumping.
Some of the most effective weight loss programs work by helping people lose weight by imagining they now live in an alternate reality in which they are already thin.
Many top athletes use visualization of perfect performance together with envisioning they can become that top athlete to improve their athletic results in real life.
When someone says I’m faking it ’til I make it, they might well be envisioning themselves as being an entirely transformed person. A person who wants a promotion can thus emulate the dress, speech, behavior, self assurance and posture of someone at the next level up, to be considered deserving of a promotion.
How Does Quantum Jumping Work?
You’ve probably heard of self-fulfilling prophecies, and how athletes practice visualization of perfect performance in order to get the best results. Everything is made up of quantum material at its very core, and the idea behind quantum jumping is that it’s possible to jump to an alternate reality in much the same way that an electron dematerializes at one orbital level and reappears at another. The basic principle behind quantum jumping is based on combining some ideas about behavior of the very smallest quantum particles from physics. Quantum jumping can be envisioned as occurring in a multiverse of many alternate realities, in which each one of these realities exists another possible ‘you’ that you are connected to. Just as electrons can make energetic leaps from one energetic level to another, people can quantum jump through alternate realities to experience dramatic shifts in physical reality.
Anyone who can relax, clear their mind, and envision being different in some way — such as more successful, funny, healthy, wealthy, or wise — can quantum jump. When making these kinds of quantum jumps, one can feel immediate benefits from such positive thinking.
To initiate a quantum jump, keep an open mind that you can experience another reality. Sincerely desire and feel a connection to another reality, envisioning some way of making a connection with it through a bridge, a door, a window or a handshake. Your ability to form a strong intention, to concentrate, and to get and stay focused while being simultaneously relaxed and open-minded are essential.
Cynthia talks about Quantum Jumping on YouTube
I hope you’ll enjoy watching and sharing my YouTube video summary of Quantum Jumping — and I hope you’ll feel free to leave comments either here on this blog or on my YouTube video page.
Quantum jumping provides another great opportunity to ask my favorite question, “How good can it get?!” and make good use of whatever wonderful things imagination and inspiration reveal to you!
Cynthia Sue Larson
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