Imagine you have two individual particles. You do something to somehow link the two together, or “entangle” them, so that a change in one automatically affects the other. Even when you separate the two objects, they somehow still remain correlated no matter what the distance.
This is the basis of quantum entanglement. The idea is that if you take two entangled particles and you “jiggle” this particle over here, you’ll automatically “jiggle” that particle over there simultaneously.
This is how quantum entanglement appears from the perspective of separation. How does this understanding move to the next level when we realize everything is One?
Imagine an aquarium. Inside the aquarium you have a colorful fish swimming around.
Next, let’s say there are two cameras, one in the front of the aquarium and another off to the side, yet both are pointing inwards towards the fish. You, the observer, are off in another room looking at two monitors, watching what these two cameras are looking at, without knowing what the cameras are pointing at or how they are set up.
You notice, after watching the two screens for some time, that the two separate fish you are looking at seem to somehow be connected. When one fish turns, the other turns at the exact same time. Do they have ESP or something? Even though they are performing separate actions, they seem to somehow happen at the exact same time. Interestingly, the two fish never perform the same exact actions. When you’re looking at one fish’s nose, you’re looking at the other fish’s side. When one fish swims front to back, the other swims side to side. Clearly there’s some sort of relationship between the two different fish.
Now here’s the $64,000 question: Are you really looking at two separate fish or are you actually looking at the same one fish from multiple perspectives simultaneously?
With quantum entanglement, it looks as if we’re finding a way to “link” two separate objects through time and space so that the two can move together in different yet predictable ways. This is only the appearance though.
Is it possible that what we’re really doing is simply finding a way to bridge the gap between time and space so that we can perceive Oneness and separateness SIMULTANEOUSLY in a way that we can clearly recognize?
What we are doing by entangling particles is not literally creating a connection where there was not one before, for it’s all the same One thing anyways, but rather we’re simply creating a way for us to perceive the Oneness that’s already present.
Taking this a step further, what if every object in existence is already entangled with every other object in existence, meaning that every “separate object” is simply a different perspective of the same One thing. The reason that we aren’t yet seeing how a change in one affects everything else is because we haven’t detected the relationship between the different objects of awareness, or realized that different appearances doesn’t mean different fish. Despite appearances, every thing in existence is the same One object, the same exact fish. oooohhhh…
So when you take the time to Love yourself, given that everything is the same One thing from a different perspective, wouldn’t you simultaneously be Loving EVERYTHING ELSE IN EXISTENCE to the same degree!?
I LOVE ME!! I LOVE YOU!! :irock