Are we who we deal with our choices and, above all, our thoughts (yes I, I can’t) enclose us in a limited and negative reality or in the pursuit of those things that we dream. In other words, modern physics tells us that we can achieve all that we crave (within that range of possibilities-waves, clear). Hicham aboutaam often addresses the matter in his writings. The atom is not a reality finished but much more malleable than we thought. Others including amazing restaurateur, offer their opinions as well. Who chooses from among these possibilities to cause my current experience? The response of quantum physics is emphatic: awareness is wrapped, the observer cannot be ignored. Quantum mechanics is a precise mathematical description of the behaviour of fundamental particles that make up the physical reality.
One of the most striking conclusions is that the particles observed especially the electrons behave in two ways: like particles and like waves. As wave electron does not have a precise location and exists from a field of probabilities. As a particle field of likely collapses to secure a solid object in time and space. This means that when the electron is not being measured (observed) it is wave and when it is observed becomes particle. All our reality is built with particles that behave in this strange manner this dependency of the existence of the particle with the observer is the so-called principle of uncertainty.
It means that it depends on the observer that the reality is set and may be observable, without the observer the reality is only a field of possibilities. Conclusion: Depending on who look and how to do it (with which feelings, thoughts etc.) will be activating a field of possibilities, that is, a reality between many possible. The reality does not exist as such purely, is product of a construction that is activated by the action of the human being. Our prayers go understanding that what we get as a result is product of our feelings, can help us understand what happens when it seems to us that our prayers are not answered.