Article Link: Quantum Physics – The Physics of Dreaming by Paul Levy

 

“The world of the very small is co-extensive with the world at large. Quantum theory applies to big things as well as small; we can’t get to first base without quantum theory in dealing with such large-scale objects as stars, for example. And yet, our everyday world, with its chairs, trees and people, seems, at least to all appearances, not to be quantum at all, but quite real, and solid, very much in alignment with classical physics’ version of reality, with its one-at-a-time sequence of definite actualities. When we throw a baseball, for example, it has a continuous trajectory that can be measured. This is very different from probabilistic quantum entities, which are discontinuous, can take multiple routes to get somewhere at the same time and get to where they’re going in no time at all. And yet, quantum theory tells us that baseballs are quantum objects, too─they have a cloud of probability which collapses from uncertainty to certainty, but their quantum fluctuations are so microscopically small that they are entirely below the threshold of observation. The elementary particle and the baseball differ only in scale, not in principle.  [76] ”   You can read the article here: http://www.awakeninthedream.com/quantum-physics-the-physics-of-dreaming/#sec

 

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Poem: Fractal Charm

 

At the
quantum field
colorful
snowflake
fractals
migrate
symmetry,
harmony,
to the
cellular
level,
everything
is being
rearranged
in higher
accordance

at the quantum
field
all manifests
with ease
as the
the particles
vibrate
in natural
harmony
in relation to
each others,
rhythm
and
flow
follows,
win-win
solutions
appear.

 

– Deelia ©

 

 

 

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Images

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Wikimedia Commons: Snowflake by Wilson Bentley

 

Poem: The Happy Mat

 

The final piece
of the mandala
j
ust falls into
its place
effortlessly
like
the tender
colored
gift mat

I received
magically
matching
all the
other colors
in the kitchen

– Deelia ©

 

Image: wallpaperswide.com / Author: William Langhorst

Poem: The Happy Saxophone

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I am
  the saxophone
 of my soul
transmitting
  a happy tune
of ease and flow
     for the coming year,

energy travels
 beforehand,
  creates the path
of light
and fun,
 of pleasure
and love
readily
 done.

 

-Deelia ©

 

Happy New Year to All ~~~~~~~

 

Image: Mark Ashkenazi

Monthly Symbol, September 2015: The Magician, and The Dove

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The Magician is about clear communications, both common and psychic, and manifesting the path of the heart with the higher use of will. It refers to both practical magic and new opportunities that may rise like out of the blue. It is about Divine timing, synchronicity and expanding the idea of what is possible as we are transcending the limitations of the old world by the higher consciousness and the new energies.

Playfulness and humor are natural inner essences of The Magician.

Magician Tarot Card Meaning at Aeclectic Tarot

Magician Tarot Card Meanings at Biddy Tarot

Related posts:

Magical Affirmation for Easy Flow

Are You Using ‘Will Power’ or Universal Law Power by Dorothy M. Neddermeyer

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Extra symbol: The Dove for holding a space of love and peace for the Earth.

“There are many probable futures for humanity. In one, people have become responsible about the environment, exist together in peace, and honor the earth and each other. If you imagine the world growing more beautiful, people choosing to be more loving to each other, and a clean environment, you will start moving into the probable universe where that happens.” – Spiritual Growth, Sanaya Roman /orindaben.com

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Images:

The Magician from Rider-Waite -tarot: Wikimedia Commons
The Magician, Herkimer Diamond: Tarot of Gemstones and Crystals

Dove: luigi diamanti/freedigitalphotos.net

 

Monthly Symbol, July 2015: Cornucopia

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“The cornucopia, a curved horn with fruits and flowers spilling from its open mouth, is a common symbol of abundance and the earth’s bounty. The symbol’s origin lies in Greek mythology. Legend says that Zeus, the king of the gods, was raised by a foster mother named Amalthaea, who was either a goat or a goddess who tended a goat. Either way, she fed the infant god goat’s milk. One day one of the goat’s horns broke off. Amalthaea filled the horn with fruits and flowers and gave it to Zeus, who graciously placed it in the sky, where it became a constellation.”

From Fruit in Mythology at Myths Encyclopedia

Affirmation:  I am one with the unlimited abundance of the Universe.

 

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Images: Pixaby

Monthly Symbol, February 2015: Gordian Knot Solved

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“In Greek and Roman mythology, the Gordian knot was an extremely complicated knot tied by Gordius, the king of Phrygia in Asia Minor*. Located in the city of Gordium, the knot came to symbolize a difficult problem that was almost impossible to solve.

According to legend, Gordius was a peasant who married the fertility goddess Cybele. When Gordius became king of Phrygia, he dedicated his chariot to Zeus* and fastened it to a pole with the Gordian knot. Although the knot was supposedly impossible to unravel, an oracle predicted that it would be untied by the future king of Asia.

Many individuals came to Gordium to try to undo the knot, but they all failed. Then, according to tradition, the Greek conqueror Alexander the Great visited the city in 333 B . C . After searching unsuccessfully for the hidden ends of the Gordian knot, Alexander became impatient. In an unexpected move, he took out his sword and cut through the knot. Alexander then went on to conquer Asia, thus fulfilling the oracle’s prophecy. Alexander’s solution to the problem led to the saying, “cutting the Gordian knot,” which means solving a complicated problem through bold action.” From: Gordian Knot / mythencyclopedia.com  http://www.mythencyclopedia.com/Fi-Go/Gordian-Knot.html

A few of my personal, subjective adaptations of Gordian knot solved:

♦ instant, positive manifestation (spiritual, mental, emotional and/or physical healing, growth or solution, a shift in a relationship issue, a sudden shift in consciousness, or a material manifestation, and so on).  An issue solved immediately by using  “the sword” of higher truth. Affirmation: “Any situation can change for the better at any now moment.”
♦ energy work (working with/transmitting higher energies) especially Ray 1 (Will to Initiate by Sanaya Roman)
♦ soul, spirit in action (vs ego)
♦ missing piece falling into its place (saw an image of that recently during my energy meditation)

 

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Related article: Gordian Knot
http://www.crystalinks.com/gordianknot.html

Image 1 wholejoy.com:  The Gordian knot can be made on a Torus tube which looks like a donut or a sphere that turns in from one side and comes out the other in a perpetual motion. The Torus Tube contains many mathematical formulas and equations. Science began using this model as a geometric\mathematical model of the universe.” Read more here http://wholejoy.com/jewelry/gordian-knot.html (link corrected)

The Gordian knot can be used as a symbol to solve problems in life through unity and oneness with the world around us.

Image 2:  Salvatore Vuono /freedigitalphotos.net