You don’t need to be an expert to see that our current health system is flawed at best. You go to a doctor with a physical problem who assumes there is a physical cause and prescribes a physical solution. It’s a very linear and materialistic view of the world.
One that leaves a lot to be desired.
So often does this approach fail to address the root cause of our issues. It’s kind of unsurprising when you think about it. This allopathic model we have is based on the old Newtonian model of physics – determinism.
But these discoveries were made well over 300 years ago. And although that line of thinking has worked – and still does – up a point, things have moved on dramatically in the world of science. Quantum physics has opened up a whole new realm of possibility in terms of what it means to heal.
But unfortunately, our medical practices have struggled – and refused – to catch-up. In fact, we’ve only just begun to explore ideas in the West that have been accepted truths in other parts of the world for millennia.
This new science of Quantum Healing has been making quiet waves since the 1980s when the term was first coined by Deepak Chopra, an ayurvedic doctor who’s performed what the traditional medical establishment would describe as miracles, or for the more hard-nosed amongst them, mere anomalies.
But to call quantum healing a miracle is ignore the fundamentals of how it works. It’s a co-creative process that relies heavily on your belief to create your own healing events. You are just as much a part of the process as any practitioner who you’ve sought out to help you. And as long as you have the capacity to believe, there’s virtually nothing you can’t overcome.
Understanding (the Basic) Laws of Quantum Physics
At this point, you’re probably thinking that quantum physics is going to stretch your intellect to breaking-point. But you don’t need to be fluent in algebra or a science buff to understand the basics. At its core, quantum physics is the study of how a subject (you) and an object and/or event interact with one another. And the link between the two that is being studied is referred to as ‘consciousness.’
It’s an immeasurable intelligence that emanates from all sentient beings and inert (physical) matter throughout the universe. Consciousness is its own law that determines how we perceive and interact with an object or event. It’s more than just a question of mind over matter. And it’s not psychic acuity we’re talking about, here. Consciousness, in quantum terms, is a force and serves as the macro to our micro. It is a governing force.
In some ways, you can think of it as a universal constant. In his ongoing work in the subject, Gregg Braden refers to it as the “Divine Matrix,” Rupert Sheldrake calls it the “Morphogenetic Field.” Other’s may have their own interpretation. You may also… But they all refer to the same phenomenon – the quantum field. It’s the unifying theory that transcends the physical world and connects the tangible (matter) to the intangible (thought).
When you’re trying to look at something from a quantum perspective, there are three main aspects you need to take into consideration. These are non-locality, downward causation and discontinuity. Don’t let those terms put you off. In quantum healing, we’re only concerned with the first two. Non-locality refers to an event that can happen outside of physicality, separate of the subject (you the observer), and subverts conventional theory.
Downward Causation is an over-complicated term that refers to your intention and the ability to manifest certain outcomes relating to the object or event that’s the focus of your experiment. The reason for this name is through manifestation, you’re acting from a higher part of yourself trying to affect an outcome on a lower plane – the mental affecting the physical. Hence, you’re creating downward causality.
Working within these parameters, quantum physics and quantum healing is concerned with treating objects and events as possibilities. Nothing is set or an absolute. Everything is subject to change, and thus everything is merely a potential of itself. That may sound paradoxical. But the key takeaway is that by working with the field of consciousness that pervades the universe, you can create outcomes in a way that defies the reductionist model of Newtonian physics. It’s a new paradigm in understanding how we manifest our reality through being an “active observer.”
The Nature of Consciousness and Your Intentionality
It’s long been known that observing an object changes the nature of how it behaves. And because of this, scientists go to great lengths to ensure all their experiments are double-blind, so there can be no outside interference from their expectations. We take this fact for granted. But it confirms something profound about the effect our consciousness has on the world around us. We can literally will events into existence. Often, without even realising it.
And this concept has been backed-up time and again. In the majority of experiments today, the “observer effect” is often seen as a hindrance – something that needs to be worked around. On the flip side, others have seen the oppurtunity to exploit the nature of downward causation. Why not push the boundaries of our consciousness and see where it can take us? These consciousness experiments are now the cutting edge in science. And if you’re still not convinced of their validity, you should know, you’ve probably already benefited from this idea.
The placebo effect was borne out of this thinking. It was discovered in the late 1700s by British physician John Haygarth who was looking to expose the quack remedies of the time. During his work, he found that his patient’s condition often improved by the simple belief they were being helped. A staggering 4 out of 5 people reported improvements, and from this the placebo effect was born. Today, it still remains the gold standard for testing new drugs before they enter the market. If a proposed drug underperforms when measured against it – which the vast majority often do, it doesn’t go on sale. And it happens more than you might think.
This concept has been expanded on considerably in modern times. In her best-selling book, The Intention Experiment, Lynne McTaggart set out to see just how far human consciousness could be pushed. Using the placebo effect as a baseline, she conducted an experiment in which professional athletes would use meditation and visualisation techniques to speed up their rate of recovery. At the conclusion of the study, it was found those who had used visualisation healed 17% quicker than those who didn’t use the techniques.
Perhaps her most ground-breaking experiment though didn’t involve any healing at all. It was based purely on using intention to affect a past event. Lynne and her team set up a tape machine to record the footfall in a busy subway station. A duplicate was then made, with one copy receiving the intention to create increased footfall while the other did not. This was designed to be the ultimate test of non-locality and downward causation.
After the experiment was concluded, both copies of the tape were run through an audio editor to analyse the waveforms to determine if there had been any significant change, which there had…. The tape which had been mediated on had significantly more audio spikes, indicating an increase in footfall. The implications for this are huge. It proved that human consciousness could not only affect events, but it could also do so while transcending time and space – time-space This raised the question, did the intention actually place more people during that event in a branch timeline or parallel universe? Or, was the effect simply confined to increasing waveforms on tape? Either way, what it proved was the human mind isn’t constrained to the linear A-B thinking and revealed our true multi-dimensional nature.
The Quantum Nature of “Dis-Ease” and How We Think Ourselves Sick
It’s taken for granted that any imbalance within our bodies is the result of an external force. Conventional medicine has it that disease is caused by a build-up of toxic matter within the body. And this thinking clearly does have some merit. Lifestyle disease that are the result of poor diet and lack of self-care are a real concern. But they don’t tell the entire story of how we fall ill.
However, the mind-body connection is finally receiving some recognition by Western medicine. Although it’s still nowhere near as widely accepted as it should be. The placebo effect and psychosomatic symptoms are still seen more as anomalies than anything that demands further study. They’re outlying effects rather than anything to base any ‘real science’ on.
But the links between the mind – and consciousness – and disease can’t be overlooked. Our mental, emotional and spiritual health is intertwined closely with our physical well-being. There’s a famous quote by psychologist Abraham Maslow that goes, ‘If the only tool you have is a hammer, you’ll see every problem as a nail.’ That’s the position we’re in with our current thinking of around health.
The illnesses that we think of as diseases are most often “dis-eases” within the body. This is when we find ourselves out of alignment. These root causes have a kinetic effect, which can manifest as symptoms in an unrelated part of the body. For example, if you’ve experienced emotional trauma and suppressed your feelings, over time, these can manifest as physical symptoms.
This relates to the Chinese meridian system – the non-physical aspect of your inner being that’s responsible for your overall wellness. Conventional science can’t locate these meridians or provide proof of their existence. But that doesn’t disprove them. The longevity of Chinese medicine and the results it’s provided are all the proof that’s required. It’s a system that’s well over 5,000 years old. And western medical institutions could do a lot worse than to pay attention to it.
But if we can only learn one thing about that nature of our trauma, pain, and “dis-ease,” then it’s that it can not only transcend physicality but also time. It’s entirely possible for our pain to become non-local – and exist completely outside of our perceived reality. And this is where quantum healing can really come into its own. Past life trauma is the perfect example of the quantum nature of our maladies. Your past lives hold some of the deepest hurt that affects you from lifetime to lifetime.
This has been all but proved by Past Life Regression and Quantum Healing Hypnosis by researchers such as Dolores Cannon, Michael Newton, and Brian Weiss. There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that corroborates not only the existence of reincarnation but also the effect our past lives continue to have on us. You are far more than the physical being that’s reading this post right now. You’ve lived out countless incarnations that continue to exist concurrently with your “I AM” Presence.
And what you repress, must be expressed, which includes all of your past lives where you left your issues unresolved.
What is Quantum Healing and How Does it Really Work?
Quantum Healing is something of a catch-all name for spiritual healing. And It’s become a commonly used term for modalities that can loosely be defined as energy work. Although quantum healing is largely based on your intentionality, it’s not a faith-based form of healing. You don’t need to be spiritual to get results. You just need to believe you can heal. It requires belief – not religion.
But just turning our attention back to the basics of quantum physics for a minute, quantum theory is based on the principles of non-locality (being unconfined by space and time) and downward causation (intentionality). These, too, are also the fundamentals of all quantum healing and energy work. And the unifying factor that brings all this together is consciousness.
But again, just to clarify, the idea of consciousness we’re dealing with here is not a by-product of our human thought process. It’s the pervasive force that is acting both through us and all around us. Consciousness already exists without our participation. It’s the pure essence of reality and the interconnected web of all things. It’s an information super-highway of intelligence in all things both physical and non-physical.
When we engage in quantum healing, this is what we’re interfacing with. It’s the energy that courses through us, whether you call it Lifeforce, Prana, Chi or something else entirely. And whether you set out your intent through the use of healing modality – or not. It’s besides the point. The most basic form of quantum healing doesn’t require any ceremony. It is simply prayer – your intent. Gregg Braden often says, “prayer is the feeling.” And although it’s a slightly clunkier term, the healing is in the feeling. Match your intention with your feeling. That’s is what you want to project.
And that is quantum healing distilled to its core value. It’s a combination of the belief in yourself and/or practitioner to affect an outcome in your life. It could be physical, mental or emotional. It doesn’t matter. Quantum healing is rooted in your belief to affect your health by creating new possibilities. It’s a co-creative process that relies on a force we still can’t quantify.
Quantum Healing Techniques That Will Change Your Life
There’s an almost inexhaustible amount of the modalities that can fall within the bracket of quantum healing. It’s a description more so than it is defined form of healing in its own right. But there are some modalities that are better known than others in the field. Here are some of the most effective:
Quantum Healing Hypnosis/Beyond Quantum Healing
Quantum Healing Hypnosis and its variants such as QHHT and BQH works on the premise of changing your past – and therefore, your present – by observing it. These modalities are the very definition of non-locality. They put you in contact with the times and places that are physically removed from your current time and location, allowing you to make changes to your past that will improve your present state of wellness. Quantum Healing Hypnosis works beyond the confines of what we regard as possible within our material understanding of the world.
Matrix energetics was conceived of by Richard Bartlett as a means to heal those with seemingly chronic and unrepairable issues. It works with the subtle energy field that surrounds us in a more immediate way than the hypnotic model of quantum healing. This modality taps into the waveform patterns that are existing all around us as pure consciousness. It taps into the information that is beyond our physical senses and manipulates it to create profound healing events. In essence, the application between an ME practitioner and you as the client rests on the communication between the quantum level of reality.
This is a more a hands-on method of quantum healing that has a lot in common with the Reiki tradition of energy healing. It’s designed to accelerate the body’s own healing response and bring about an immediate rebalancing within that allows you to come back into full alignment with your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self. Quantum Touch is commonly used for treating physical complaints such as broken bones, inflammation and tumours etc. The healing energy of QT doesn’t come from the practitioner themselves, as they’re merely serving a conduit for redirecting the energy that exists all around us.
The Untold Benefits of Quantum Healing (Mainstream Science STILL Won’t Accept)
For all the good that quantum healing does, it’s still regarded by those in the allopathic world of medicine as pseudo-science – despite many of the clear and irrefutable results that have been offered by those in the field.
What’s all the more galling is the very science that conventional medical practitioners look to defend is actually built on quantum healing through the use of the placebo effect. It does somewhat smack of naivety if not a certain amount of defensiveness due to the western medical establishment feeling threatened by something that could take away their livelihood.
The pharmaceutical industry is one such example that’s predicated on creating repeat customers who’ll buy their drugs on a ‘lifetime prescription model.’ It’s a billion-dollar industry that has no interest in giving up its share of the market. Health and healing should not be viewed this way.
People who’re suffering from chronic and degenerative “dis-eases” are not marks to be preyed upon by unscrupulous companies whose only real motivation is their bottom line. It’s predatory salesmanship at its worst.
Because the truth is, the more these drugs fail, the more they can keep you on the line for more – for that next magic bullet. The reason there is sometimes such a smear campaign against quantum in the mainstream media is that in all cases, it’s cheaper, quicker, non-invasive, more effective, and comes with zero side-effects.
You can go for a single Quantum Healing Hypnosis session and walk away with a profound feeling of renewal – one that lasts. You can address the actual cause of an issue that many doctors would prescribe pills for costing $1,000s.
Or, in some cases, you may even be considered treatable. You may be forced to live with the idea that you can never be healed, and must be content with a lower quality of life.
Unless of course, you take the pills…
There is a vested interest to keep you sick and depressed because it pays.
There is no money to be made from healthy people.
Quantum healing changes ALL that. It puts the possibility and power to heal firmly in your hands.
All you have to do is believe you can take back control of your health and your life.