Uncertainty 4

For the last few days, we’ve been talking about the Heisenberg Uncertainty Princople. We explained that for particles and people, we cannot know their position and momentum accurately, at the same time. As one is seen accurately, the other becomes blurry.

This is how a subatomic packet of energy can express as a particle or a wave, depending on how we look at it. Momentum is a wave-like measurement and position is a particle-like measurement. We can measure one or the other with accuracy, but not both at the same time.

Remembering that people, like particles, are consciousness expressing through packets of energy, we can apply this to ourselves and our own lives.

Thinking of ourselves as little packets of conscious energy that express ourselves differently, depending on who is watching, how can we apply this to our lives?

The Uncertainty Principle is about accuracy in the simultaneous measurement of two characteristics. When we take an overview of our lives, we can know either our position in life very accurately, or our momentum, where we’re headed, but we cannot know where we’re headed and where we are right now both accurately at the same time.