For years the observation theory, put forth by the field of quantum physics, has fascinated me. It is mind boggling to contemplate the theory that an electron acts like a particle if observed and a wave with out observation. I admittedly do NOT understand all the science behind the well documented outcome. After reading many, many articles my mind circles around the idea that this could… NO, i will say, this appears & feels deeply true:
Observation affects reality.
For something to “make sense,” and have elements of “truth,” there needs to be a thread of connection to my life. The observation theory strongly connnects to what I have experienced personally, with clients, and with organizations across a couple decades of money-focused, currency related conversations. When I say “currency,” I mean something given and taken, with commonplace acceptance and representative societal value.
My internal resonation says, YES, to the theory that the pattern of an observed electron changes. If I substitute the word electron for the word money, I also say, YES, to the idea that the observation of money changes its pattern too; money’s energy, money’s short-term course, and money’s long-term trajectory are all affected. I would also add, change occurs through intentional observation. Primarily, I have experienced the most pronounced shifts when a person or organization commits to a period of focused time to gain understanding, to look, and to ask those deep questions (mostly fear-based questions)…of their past, their present, and their future related to complex money patterns and varied financial dynamics.
Observing one’s life in the money realms, just like one does of a freshly-birthed baby, a jaw dropping act of kindness, a beautiful sunset, or a vintage bottle of wine…IS. LIFE. CHANGING.
If IT.IS.TIME. to apply the observation “theory” to your financial landscape, set up an Excela consultation (firstname.lastname@example.org)! I’d be delighted to work with you…as we affect your reality, just.by.intentionally.observing.
Grateful to be in this work, one.detail.at.a.time…Hillary