“The human mind can influence coarse matter and (co)create reality - this can be measured statistically,” as confirmed by the most renowned scientific research institutions in the world, such as the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) and the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab (PEAR).
Is a man an individual acting independently of the things and people around him, or is he part of a broader conception of the world, the universe? Are we really dependent on ourselves and have life completely in our hands, are we part of a greater idea, a greater being or whatever we want to call it?
Society has long been quite individualized. What counts is the constant beating for more, for better, bigger, stronger. We forget our basic values and indulge in sensual pleasures, shop excessively, eat unhealthily, get distracted by electronic devices, watch reality shows and try to identify with the beautiful and the rich. We have gadgets that flood our brains with instant pleasures, and we do not care about the absurdities that happen all over the world.
Humanity has long forgotten spirituality and has also connected spirituality with religion, a belief in supernatural beings. But is this really so?
Man has always and everywhere spontaneously developed religious forms of expression. Carl Gustav Jung says whoever does not see that the human soul is dominated by religious feelings and ideas is blind and has no sense of reality.
Religion, in which we do not focus on the institutional structure but on faith in the broadest sense, has been present for millennia. With the onset of Descartes, the so-called science of the Western world, which was shaped by the Enlightenment, began to take shape. The consequence, however, is the discrimination of feelings against the intellect. Feelings and emotions were strictly separated from intellect. In addition, Newton laid the foundations of modern physics. He developed the theory that all elements in the universe are isolated, separable and completely independent of each other. But the most separated element is man.
People in the West live largely in the intellect, in a world where intellectual activity is the rule rather than the exception. We ignore experiences, phenomena, feelings that do not correspond to our cognitive ideas about the structure of the world. But feelings do not deceive, they are what they are, because everything happens first in the senses and only then in the mind.
At the turn of the century, the pioneers of quantum physics, Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg, Niel Bohr, and Wolfgang Pauli, opposed Descartes' view of reality. They drew on sources that had been almost forbidden until then: Kabbalah, Chinese philosophy and Taoism, Hindu philosophy and the Platonic theory of the ancient Greeks. They discovered that man's involvement in matter is crucial. Subatomic particles exist in all possible states until we excite them through our observation and measurement: only then do they materialize into something real. In order for something specific to emerge from the subatomic flow, our observation is absolutely crucial - it is human consciousness.
Soon physicists developed a theory of the zero-point field or quantum vacuum. Namely, they realized that empty space is full of activity (Max Planck's experiment, Casimir effect, van der Waals effect...). So the universe is a rippling sea of energy, a single huge quantum field. All living beings, including humans, are part of this quantum field. There is a constant exchange of energy, from intercellular communication to extremely extensive processes of DNA regulation. The human mind works accordingly. This only proves that all matter in the universe is connected by waves. To put it simply: We are all connected to everything, everything is interconnected.
The so-called paranormal phenomena were also researched by Carl Gustav Jung, who, along with Freud and Adler, laid the foundations of psychoanalysis. In contrast to Freud, who is much more understandable and accepted in our western thinking, Jung is mystical. He explored phenomena which he called synchronicity. He studied his patients, checked the opinions of other scientists and immersed himself in Chinese philosophy. He described synchronicity as a principle of non-causal connection. The term refers to the meaningful connection or coincidence of apparently unrelated states, psychic phenomena, with each other. He proved empirically that the occurrence of synchronicity phenomena is associated with events in which an individual develops strong emotions (crises, illness, psychosis, death). The phenomenon of synchronicity is only the top of the iceberg, within which shamanistic practices, intuition, telepathy, telekinesis, bioenergetic healing, remote healing, visions and so on are also found. According to the cause-and-effect theory, apparently unconnected things or phenomena form a completely coherent and meaningful whole that gives "illogical" situations and phenomena in our lives, such as our intuition, complete meaning ...
Jung was also aware of the omnipresent force that he could not explain. He called it mana. Mana, in his opinion, affects every human being and is the cause of all unusual phenomena. Can we recognize a quantum field or a zero point field in his mana?
In the last forty years, science has entered an almost forbidden field that was previously collectively called paranormal or coincided with religious principles. Today, however, the most renowned scientific research institutions in the world, such as the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) and the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab (PEAR), are dealing with these very phenomena. PEAR Laboratory staff have discovered that the human mind can influence coarse matter and that this can be measured statistically. They also found that of all the forces, only the psychic does not disappear with distance and has the ability to avoid time.
Jung says that man is constantly searching for a "soul". In the myth of the cave Plato wrote: "In contrast to the senses, which only transmit reflections of reality, the ability for perfect knowledge lies in the soul. A soul that is invisible, but present can lift man into the "world of ideas", an invisible reality to which the soul itself belongs. The soul is the link through which man can establish harmony between his own being and the world in which he lives: When the soul sees the truth, the hands carry it by deeds, and then man simply lives this truth."
The inventors of Navigator, the first predictive analytics program that measures an individual’s personality traits and calculates energy-supported days are aware of the new challenges posed by scientists’ discoveries in the field of paranormal phenomena. Everything that we used to think was a coincidence, too many complicated combinations and things that were inaccessible to us, we can have today and manage them with the help of Navigator. It is precisely because of this knowledge about the functioning of nature, the cosmos, and the interactions that Navigator is an opportunity to change life for the better, to sharpen our consciousness and to surrender to the laws of nature.
We can conclude from this that human beings partly create our own reality in which we live. This happens through thoughts, feelings, emotions, experiences. In any case, man is affected by the whole structure of the universe and vice versa. So, we discover what different cultures have known for thousands of years. Only the names are different. It is up to us to decide whether we let society dictate our behavior patterns, whether we look inside, find our essence and live in harmony with ourselves. The Navigator will be a great help in this.