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Welcome to the Infinite You.

By: Burt Goldman in Quantum Jumping.

Quantum Jumping is a visualization process where you use your mind to ‘jump’ into parallel dimensions, and gain creativity, knowledge, wisdom, skills and inspiration from alternate versions of yourself.

This happens through a phenomenon known as “thought transference.” You see, although the solidity of our world seems indisputable, Quantum Theory suggests that our physical reality is nothing but a very elaborate mirage. A super-hologram of information and energy. A Matrix.

According to this theory, the chair you’re sitting on, your computer, your house, your car, everything that exists around you, could be an illusion.

So then how do we see, touch, feel, and smell the things that surround us if none of it really exists?

The answer is that all physical matter is the result of particles vibrating at a certain frequency. A frequency that if you alter, change or amplify in any way, you change your physical and current reality.

We all know from physics class that if you increase the vibrational frequency of water particles through heat energy, you create steam and if you slow them down by removing heat energy, you create ice. And just like heat, our thoughts too are energy.

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Categories: Spiritualism
  1. pinks
    July 21, 2011 at 11:08 pm

    Nice concept of Telepathy.The light of a candle will similarly give rise to waves of thereal vibrations travelling in all directions from the candle.

    • July 22, 2011 at 8:22 am

      Yes, I agree. Thought becomes reality. Think positive to attract more positive events in your life 🙂

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