The Field of Dreams.
Many have spoken of Erwin Schrodinger’s Infamous cat-in-a-box scenario but few are aware of the significance of this infamous thought experiment and its implications on our individual lives.
The thought experiment was intended to discredit the popular hypothesis of quantum mechanics suggesting that: in the absence of an observer, all possibilities of a given system of subatomic particles exist simultaneously. In the presence of an observer these multiple possibilities collapse into one. Hence the term “wave function collapse.”
Mr. Schrodinger argued that if indeed this hypothesis were true, one could place in a box, a cat and a potentially lethal system of sub atomic particles. If this system included the possibility of poison being either released or safely contained, the cat would be dead and alive simultaneously in the absence of an observer. An obvious absurdity.
But Mr. Schrodinger did not take into account the presence of the observer in the box. THE CAT!
There is something very special about the observation of this world through the eyes of a living thing. And when these eyes are not present, assuming Schrodinger is wrong, infinite possibilities exist.
The same phenomenon exists within us. Accept it or not, infinite combinations of abilities exist within you. The most dominant of these qualities are the ones you have made manifest by observation of self from a truncated point of view. This combination of manifest characteristics and abilities are often erroneously described as “who you are”.
To further access this library of possibilities, in a quest to choose who you want to be, you need to induce a multitude of desired internal “wave function collapses” through carefully designed perspectives of non-truncated observations. This must be done with the right apparatus and the right calibration.
This is why you need the QUANTUM BOX.