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WHAT IS QUANTUM ENERGY?

To describe Energy, let us simplify. One could describe Energy as a vibration, and it carries information in the form of frequency. 

We interpret Energy and frequency with our five or six senses. E.g., we translate vibrations or frequencies with our ears into sounds.

We know all matter, and Energy has a vibrational frequency. You can't see the WIFI or AM/FM signals, yet they travel from transmitter to receiver.

Always remember that whatever frequency or Energy we put out in the ether, we will always attract more of the same. Like attracts like and energy never lies.

 

What is Quantum Physics or Quantum Mechanics?

To understand how one can "infuse" Energy into matter, we need to understand the definition of Quantum Mechanics. Let's read the definitions from The American Heritage® Science Dictionary.

Quantum mechanics is a fundamental theory of matter and Energy that explains…in particular, the fact that Energy is absorbed and released in small, discrete quantities (quanta), and that all matter displays both wavelike and particle-like properties, especially when viewed at atomic and subatomic scales.

Let's try that again ; )!

If you observe matter on a quantum level, the teeniest of levels, all matter consists of both particles and waves. Energy is in constant flux. It's continually absorbed and released or in other terms, moving and changing, which can be seen when you look at it on teeny tiny levels.

Also, from our favorite ; ) The American Heritage® Science Dictionary. 

Quantum mechanics suggests that the behavior of matter and Energy is inherently probabilistic and that the effect of the observer on the physical system being observed must be understood as being part of that system. Also called quantum physics, quantum theory. 

Basically, what this definition is saying is that if you observe an item, it becomes possible for you to be a part of that system or item as one unit. You can influence the Energy of the unit or group on how it will behave. 

Here is a great video explaining it!