Saturday, May 30, 2015

Quantum Physics can Define Shen (Soul, Heart, Mind)

How to Define Shen (Soul, Heart and Mind) as a Physical Quantity

To create Tao Source Physics, the first step is to define Shen, which includes soul,
heart and mind. Most people think Shen is beyond the physical world. It is our belief
that the physical realm and the spiritual realm are one.  We can define soul, heart
and mind as physical quantities. Quantum physics provides the tools and
mathematical framework for doing so.

Quantum physics is a fundamental science that studies the composition of matter
and how matter behaves and interacts at the microscopic level. Quantum physics
has been proven to be the most fundamental theory in physics. Classical physics, for
example, can be derived from quantum physics.

Quantum phenomena share some similarities with spiritual phenomena.  For
instance, both quantum and spiritual phenomena can affect and interact at a
distance (Ref 1, 2, 3, 4). What happens at one place can instantly be felt at a distance.
This non-local effect is beyond the normal conception and perception of space and
time. Albert Einstein called this quantum phenomenon a “mysterious action at a

Another major similarity between quantum phenomena and spiritual phenomena is
that both depend on the observer. The act of observation can affect what is being
observed. Therefore, all observations are subjective in nature (Ref 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10).
The similarities between quantum phenomena and spiritual phenomena suggest
that in reference to quantum physics we may be able to define Shen mathematically
as physical quantities. We suggest that the inclusion of Shen in quantum physics
would provide an understanding of quantum physics from a broader and higher
perspective (Ref 11).

We propose that we can use a fundamental concept of quantum physics, to mathematically
describe soul.

Thank you.     Thank you.   Thank you.


1 comment:

  1. This is what we have waited so long from Science for the creation of life and its material creation process.