Creation of Movement

by Patrick Quanten MD

There is something puzzling about the way the world presents itself to us. Quantum physics has determined that the observer and the way that person looks at the world determines the way the world looks. It is almost one hundred years ago when that famous experiment threw our understanding in disarray. When we fire one photon towards a screen and we allow that photon to pass through a slit it appears on the screen as one single dot, as we would have expected. However, if we fire that single photon and it has to pass through a barrier with two slits it shows up on the screen smeared out as if it was a wave, displaying alternate dark and bright stripes. So, depending on how we choose to view the photon we see it as a particle or a wave. Since then, this principle has been so well accepted that no serious physics or other scientific experiment is carried out to date without taking into account the way we have decided to view the outcome. Scientists know it is the truth, yet they struggle to integrate it into our daily lives.

Watching a Mexican wave go around a stadium I got intrigued about the way it presented itself. From a distance it looked as if the surface of the spectators area became raised and floated back down again in a movement that travelled around the stadium. Yet, viewed from the individual seat, all you could see was an up and down movement from the individual sitting there. If we ignore the minute differences between the people themselves and just regard them as spectators, then we are right to just count them as all being the same. The people fixed in their seats created a 'movement' around the stadium, without anyone leaving their allocated seats; a movement that was noticeable.

Watching from a distance it appears as if a row of people is moving sideways around the stadium when we follow the Mexican wave. The people are clearly distinct from their surroundings by the fact that they rise above the observed surface level. This distinction travels around the stadium. What we observe is the single row of people moving in a certain direction and with a specific speed. If we, at any point stop this movement, we find the people we observed in a different location from when we started the move. This is similar to the quantum physics observation that from a particle we can only know direction and speed or we can know its exact position, but not both together (Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle).

It appears as if the row of people run around the stadium whilst in fact they remain at their position. Nobody moves to another place. Nobody moves away from his or her place, but it appears as if they do from an outside perspective. What runs around the stadium is the idea itself. What gets displaced is the up-and-down movement from the individual. That is what is passed on to the person sitting next to the first one, and it is just the passing on of that information that makes it appear to an outside observer as if the person moves around the stadium.

The information, in this case of 'standing up and sitting down', is passed from person to person while nobody moves away from his or her place. By moving up and down and passing that information on to the next person a wave is created that 'moves around the stadium'. The information that is passed on includes how high the person has to rise (amplitude) as well as how often he needs to this per time unit (frequency). And there you have your wave.

In the same way, any other wave is created. Hence, the water molecules in the sea only move up and down, oscillate, but do not travel in any other direction. In other words, the wave that we observe moving the sea up and down is not caused by water molecules running away, but is caused by the passing on of the information of 'oscillation' from one molecule to the next. This creates the impression, for an outside viewer, of the movement of the water units while, in fact, all that moves is the vibration of the molecules themselves in a co-ordinated and synchronised way.

Gusts of wind 'moving' through the air are in essence a passing on of the information of oscillation from one point to the next. The air molecules remain in place, just dance up and down, and create the illusion of wind movement 'through' the air. All that moves through the air is information.

In fact, what determines that particular place of the universe to be 'air' or 'water' is also just information. We know that each atom has its own vibrational pattern; each physical particle has its own specific vibrational frequency. We also know that each particle is actually a wave unless we view it in a specific way in which we 'fix' it in a position whereby it becomes physical. Now it is viewed as a particle, which has specific physical properties such as weight, dimensions, electric charge, spin direction, etc. All these properties are in fact nothing more than manifestations of the wave pattern that was there before we 'froze' it in time and saw it as a particle. The information that the wave contained has been solidified by our observation into physical properties. These distinct properties we have given different names so we can relate to our observation of the expression of information. One we have called 'water', and another we called 'air'.

Every point of the universe has the potential of vibrating with the information to 'create' the atom of hydrogen, oxygen, helium, and all others. These atoms are only the physical manifestation of the information contained in the oscillatory pattern of the universal point. Every point can then quite easily, and in rapid succession, change from one atom creation to another by altering its vibration. Matter, for that matter, is thus created by each point of the universe at each passing moment of time. Or, in other words, viewed from the static point of the universe – the single seat in the stadium –, it has the potential to be all particles – the person in the seat can be anywhere between fully up and fully down. As the point of the universe moves through a whole sequence of frequencies it manifests one particle after the other, if we care to view it from that 'fixed' perspective, without travelling through space itself.

In other words, when I throw a ball through the air, the ball, as in the solid mass I hold in my hand, doesn't travel anywhere, but the information – the oscillations that produce the physical matter I recognise as the ball – is passed on from one point to the next. As the ball seemingly travels through the air, the universal points vibrate to create air, change to create the ball, and back to the frequency that creates air again. On the inside of this transformation, all that happens is that suddenly a totally different frequency of oscillation is noted, whilst for an outside observer the mass of a ball has been transported from one place in the universe to another.

The other interesting observation about this sequence of events is that it, of course, is not the same ball that arrives in point B then the one that left point A. The ball is 'remade' at every point on the way! This is no different from the height achieved in our Mexican wave being produced by different people all the way around the stadium, although it looked as if it was one row of seat running around standing up whilst all others remained seated. The implication of this is that, at every given moment in time, all matter is newly created. Your physical body is not static. And although we were already aware of a change in time with regards our body, which we call 'the ageing process', there is the point that it gets completely recreated every moment of your physical life by the points in space which you 'occupy' at that moment. So, whenever you say that there are things "you can't change", just be aware of the fact that the time it took you to say that, your body has been created a billion times over and you have failed to grab even one of those creative moments to change things.

The fact that every point of the universe creates the physical reality we experience at that time, also allows for an explanation as to why certain physical realities seem to fit together and others don't. Why can I walk through water and not through rock?

We already know that the vibrational frequencies of solids are much lower than those of liquids and these are lower than the ones of gases. The more solid something appears, the slower the oscillations that create the matter. This means that solids have longer wavelengths, which provide steadiness and certitude. It is much more difficult to push a slow moving wave out of its rhythm and balance than it is a fast one. These low frequency oscillations form the backdrop against which all life has developed. The earth and its rocks are examples of such 'solidly' moving wave patterns. A human body consists of liquids and gases; both of much higher frequency levels, and these collide with the steadiness of rock vibration. We notice that we make very little to no impact. The rock remains untouched by our efforts to move through it!

Water has a higher frequency pattern and our own relates to some degree to it as we are for three quarter made out of water. To allow these two to join up and change the oscillatory pattern of a point in the universe, which is creating water, to be disturbed by a human frequency, so that, the next moment, it creates part of a human, is not a huge alteration in oscillation. It is an adjustment each point can make and thus where one moment there was a water molecule, there might be the next moment a human molecule. We can indeed, seemingly, move through water. Crucial to this happening is the wave patterns having a harmonious link and being able to 'resonate' with each other. If this is not the case, they will bounce off each other, literally keeping one frequency out of the space occupied by another.

The fabric of space appears to be crucial to our understanding of the movement through space and of the creation of the material reality we observe.

The constant flow of information that is the constant creative force of the three-dimensional reality means that everything can instantly be changed, if we want it to.

All we need to know now is how we create the oscillations we use to materialise the physical reality we view.

Matter is created out of energy by changing pressure and/or temperature. Lowering the temperature will increase the density, reduce the frequency, and make the oscillation slower. This allows for the energy to become 'noticeable'. The same thing will happen when the pressure is increased. This will cause a greater resistance for the oscillation to work against and will therefore slow it down. The slower the oscillations become the more solid the matter gets and the greater the force needed to move it.

If one point is oscillating really slowly it will require quite an impact for the vibration to take on a higher frequency. In which case this matter appears to use as static. In effect, nothing in the universe is truly static, but from our point of observation, our own vibration it will appear more solid and less in motion than ourselves. It is this difference in vibration between the bucket and the water in it that is the reason why the bucket can contain the water. The vibration of the universal points materialising the bucket is much slower that the ones creating the water and hence the water cannot occupy that space. Both though occupy space that was previously showing up as air.

The forces that move the points within the universe out of their equilibrium are indeed pressure and heat. As those forces are applied to the point an equal and opposite force originates to pull the point back into place, a bit like gravity. It is the constant interplay between those forces that create the continual oscillation of all points of the known universe and thus the origin of matter and movement alike. Matter is the underlying, steadier oscillation, and movement, the direction in which the wave, the force of heat and pressure, travels, is the passing on of information of oscillation and frequency from one point to the next.

View it as the information that we receive through the movement of the air. We now know that the 'air' itself doesn't move, but that it is the change in pressure and temperature that is being transferred from point to point, which we can follow coming in from the Atlantic, for instance. This wave of information creates rain clouds where we are. This information interferes with, resonates with, the local conditions such as mountain ranges, forests, heat generated by our cities, and so on, and it is this combination that creates the local weather conditions through the specific oscillations of each point of the area. It is not the same weather from over the Atlantic that presents itself in the same way to where we are; it is the vibrational information that travels our way and influences our local 'air oscillation'.

Not only does this require a totally different way of looking at our reality but it also implies that we can potentially change everything that is coming our way. On its own it has no influencing power; it requires a resonance within the local vibration. In other words, if we do not respond, if we do not allow the space we occupy with our own vibration to be influenced by the information wave, it will move on without touching us.

This puts the responsibility for our vibration, our life, firmly back within our own grasp!

Thank God for that. I am not entirely hopeless!

April 2008


Patrick Quanten has been a general practitioner since 1983. The combination of medical insight and extensive studies of Complementary Therapies have opened new perspectives on health care, all of which came to fruition when it blended with Yogic and Ayurvedic principles. Patrick gave up his medical licence in November 2001.
Patrick also holds qualifications in Ayurvedic Medicine, Homeopathy, Reiki, Ozon Therapy and Thai Massage. He is an expert on Ear Candling and he is also well-read in the field of other hard sciences. His life's work involves finding similarities between the Ancient Knowledge and modern Western science.

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