Our Karmic Entanglements

Our Karmic Entanglements

by Bret Cox

Karmic patterns make up our personalities and characters. They are driven by our egos, created in this unified energetic world in which we live. As energy, we are essentially entangled with the whole universe. We can understand this more if we travel with quantum physicists through their electron microscopes and supercolliders to look at the subatomic world.

Eastern sages have long told us in their Vedic teachings that karma, dualism, consciousness, energy and God all can be found in every atom. The first time I read papers on the physical phenomenon known as quantum entanglement, I thought that these scientists were observing karmic interaction at a subatomic quantum level. The basic entanglement concept is that when a quantum system interacts with a measuring apparatus, the original system ceases to exist as an independent entity, and the physicists see the system as a whole. As they see entanglement happening, they are observing cause and effect or karma at a subatomic level.

Physicists have agreed that there is an unseen force that connects all subatomic particles. Albert Einstein called this phenomenon: “spooky action at a distance.” The originator of quantum theory, Max Planck, stated that, “All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of the atom to vibration....” Further, he assumed that behind this force is the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. Right from the very existence of the subatomic universe, karma is happening and is connected with consciousness of universal actions from the microcosmic world to the macrocosmic world.

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 © 2016 by Bret Cox, a longtime locomotive engineer in the mountains of Utah. After a powerful awakening he became a truth-seeker, and since discovering the teachings of Swami Amar Jyoti has found a home in that Immortal Light. He can be contacted at yogitrainman@icloud.com.

 

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