Per a previous blog, with a dual nature the atom is indeed strange. It is either solid particle or non-existent. The state of non-existence is called “wave” by scientists. How does the atom know whether to be wave, its natural state or particle?The answer is difficult to accept. It is human intent. Human intent causes particles to change from wave state.
Bottom line is this. The atoms that make up the body can’t exist unless the owner of the body intends for them to exist. If intent is withdrawn then the atoms revert to their natural wave state. It is here we find explanation for resurrection and rainbow body. They are all about intent; withdrawal of intent to have a particle existence. Jesus and the rainbow body adepts figured out how to not have a particle existence. The rest of us are walking around in a fog. And religion is of no help.
This strange wave-particle relationship is frequently demonstrated using particles of light (called photons) as surrogate for the atom. Imagine that I point a red laser-light pointer at a near-by wall and turn it on, pushing trillions of photons per second toward the wall. What do you see? You see a red dot at the tip of the pointer, a red dot on the wall and nothing in between. In succession, in the direction of flow, you see particle-wave-particle. Now, ask yourself. If the photons are wave (non-existent) in the empty space between the laser tip and the wall, how do they know to congregate on the wall where they do?
The common answer is because the illuminated spot on the wall is where I aimed the laser pointer. But, that answer is wrong. The spot on the wall is where it is because that is where I intended for it to be. The act of pointing the laser at that particular location on the wall is merely the physical fulfillment of my intent. It is a difficult concept to grasp but it speaks to the true nature of reality and the underlying power of human intent. Try this. Allow your right arm and hand to dangle naturally by your side. Now, clinch the hand into a fist. What caused the hand to change from natural state of relaxedness to a clinched fist? Because you clinched the muscles in your fingers, correct? No, that is not correct. The hand went to fist because that is what you intended for it to do. The tightening of the muscles is merely the fulfillment of your intent. Nothing happens without your intent.
Say you are walking and want to pick up the pace. You immediately walk faster. Why? It is because of intent. The pace quickens because your legs and feet move faster. But, your intent to move faster is the driving force.
In the next blog in the series I will demonstrate wave behavior by pointing the laser pointer at a spot on a wall while not intending for the photons to congregate at that particular spot.
Comments? Ideas? Concerns? Let me know.