The Mind Selects Reality by Collapsing the
The unobserved physical world exists in a state of
superposition of all possible states & locations.
Orthodox contemporary quantum physics express the
probability distribution of all future possible
observations for any conscious observer in an experimentally
verified construct named the wave-function.
conscious observer experiences the system, he collapses this
multiple possible outcomes into only ONE single definite
reality. This event is called the "measurement".
The intentionally choosing & determining mind thus directly creates, produces
and manifests the world
that will appear among many closely related potential or probable paired
mental & material states...
Mind makes everywhere present probability waves collapse into locally
manifesting matter states!
So far does contemporary orthodox quantum-mechanics agree...Mind creates
matter by intending!
Is the Brain a Computer,
Transmitter, Container, or Antenna?
Buddha once revealed:
Mind always comes first,
Mind is of all states the primer,
By mind are all phenomena initiated,
By thought of mind are all things formed!
American physics grand old
Archibald Wheeler said:
"No phenomenon is a phenomenon, until it is an Observed
"We are participators in bringing into being, not only the
near, but also the
far away both in time and space! Symbolic representation of
the Universe is
a self-excited system brought into being by self-reference
by consciously selecting observers over an immensely long
period of time...
Such a recursive-reflecting creative concept is similar to
the endless series
of receding reflections one sees in a pair of mirrors facing
Wheeler in Isham et al., eds., Quantum Gravity
(Clarendon, Oxford, 1975), pgs. 564-565. (Edited Extract.)
"The path of the electron comes into existence, only when we
John S. Bell
only disturb, what has to be measured, they produce it!
We compel [the electron] to assume a definite position! We -
produce the results of the measurements." Pascual Jordan
quoted by in:
Jammer: The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics, Wiley, 1974
The stuff of the world is mind-stuff.
(Eddington, The Nature of the Physical World)
The old dualism of mind and matter... seems likely to disappear ...
through substantial matter resolving itself into a creation and
manifestation of the mind.
(Jeans, The Mysterious Universe)
The only acceptable point of view appears to be the one that recognizes
both sides of reality, the quantitative and the qualitative, the physical
and the psychical, as compatible with each other, and can embrace them
simultaneously. (Pauli, Writings on Physics and
The conception of the objective reality of the elementary particles has
thus evaporated not into the cloud of some obscure new reality concept,
but into the transparent clarity of a mathematics that represents no longer
the behaviour of the particle but rather our knowledge of this behaviour.
(Heisenberg, The Representation of Nature in