Quantum physics and the forward nature of science seems to be embracing against the either/or. The language of it with words like waves is deceptive. Is it air waves or water waves?
Can we as finite humans in our bodies, embrace this larger compass of the whole? It would seem our ability to see humor is greater than the sense of completion. Youtube videos of quantum physics look like Bosch's Ascent of the Blessed or the present “idea of walking into the light.”
Can we, in this Aquarian age, wrap our brain around eliminating cause and effect? The water bearer is an air sign (air waves) pouring water (water waves).
The concept of integrating with other human essences is terrifying and nurturing.
Please read quantum physics shocker on free will — includes fascinating images.
When I go into a grocery store and have to make a decision on what rice to buy, I am often flummoxed. On the other hand when my rights are restricted at the airport, I am seething inside at the absurdity of “safety.” -So the conundrum is, too much choice/freedom or none.
Quantum literally means the smallest amount of energy that can exist on its own. A mantra is the simple focus one can retain to empty the mind. Is there a correlation?
I find the nature of cause and effect to be unproductive. Listening is about the only thing we can do, with the certainty of being useful. To predict is a creative way to get the imagination moving for another. But, the end result will always be the other coming to their own conclusion. With enough facts we can all be soothsayers. Reading history is an ongoing way to see how cause and effect works. The storytelling is often the fun part of contemplation. Some find listening to an expert with many facts relaxing, be it doctor, politician, guru or teacher. To a degree, this is so.
But, it is also true that, to take on their perspective can lead to a robotic giving away of the evolving of your own emotions. Life is a combination of the contradictions of engaging and listening. We seem to endlessly struggle with the polarity of it. Hence the difficulty to truly understand cause and effect or quantum physics.