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Cynthia has been on my radio show for her books REALITY SHIFTS and AURA ADVANTAGE. My wife and I have been listening to her meditation CD and I have reduced my white blood count (WBC) from 43,000 to 26,000 in five weeks. It could be an example of her “quantum jumps.” It could also be due to my clearing away most of the stresses that caused my WBC to move from seven years at 33,000 to 43,000 in a several months of extreme stress. It could be changing my diet, my exercise regime or the increased time I spend with my wife and family. Was it quantum jumps or it plus other factors?I know that taking concepts from one field and applying to others can have disastrous results. In teaching we were expected to think like the19th Century model of factory efficiency - bad results. Later, many schools tried applying the business model with equally terrible results. Does applying a physics model and knowledge to “normal” human behavior get us into believing some unbelievable ideas and causing people to avoid the hard realities of life?Her explanations of quantum ideas as: superposition of states; quantum coherence; quantum entanglement; quantum tunneling; and quantum teleportation takes us into the weird world of quantum physics. Einstein and other physicists found it strange and it seemed illogical and contradicted what we believed and understood about how the universe works.My “materialistic” POV made it difficult for me to accept many of the quantum leaps as they applied to keys disappearing and reappearing. I told her that according to Occam’s Razor the simpler and more believable explanations sufficed. I know that the human memory is prone to many types of errors as pressures from others who claim to see the same things differently affects us as well as it being quickly degraded by new information flooding our mind.
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