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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Quantum Physics And The Law Of Attraction: What's The Connection?


You might ask yourself, what does quantum physics and the law of attraction have in common? How are these two concepts even related at all? At first, I was as confused as you are. However, I soon learned that these two matters are more than just related, they're inseparable.

Read on to find out more about quantum physics and the law of attraction.

t's All About Energy.

The law of attraction states that everything is governed by energy. Our thoughts, emotions and actions are all considered manifestations of energy.

Quantum physics is no different. It is the study of indivisible units of energy called quanta. It was first conceptualized by a man named Max Planck and was later on developed by many other physicists including Albert Einstein.

One Action Affects Physical Processes

So quantum physics and the law of attraction both deal with energy. What else do they have in common? Now this is where things get a little strange. I admit I was also very surprised when I first learned about it.


The law of attraction works when we make a conscious effort to change the way we feel, think and act. When we want to attract a raise, for example, we imagine ourselves already enjoying that raise and buying all sorts of things with our increased salary. Such a simple move already changes our fate.

The same could be said of quantum physics. According to studies, mere observance of something can affect an outcome.

A Million Different Probabilities

Here's another connection between quantum physics and the law of attraction. According to the law of attraction, nothing is impossible. The universe does not choose who gets to fulfill their wish and who doesn't. You could be single for another year or meet your soul mate when you turn the next corner!

Quantum physics believes in a series of probabilities as well. Using the same example, you can be both single and in a relationship in the world of quantum physics. Until a measurement (or in this case, a confirmation) is made, you can be both.

Another interpretation of quantum physics is that there are many worlds where many, different versions of yourself exist. In this world, you can be single. In another, you can be married with five children.

Quantum physics and the law of attraction are both very fascinating subjects. Somewhere, somehow they meet in the middle. At first, the law of attraction sounds too good to be true (and most people still hang on to that belief), but it's actually quite an inherent principle.

Just like the law of attraction, the world of quantum physics works in an out-of-the-world way compared to our familiar reality but it exists.

Michael Lee 
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