The Vicious Cycle of Self-Identification

James Kowall


The nature of self-identification is discussed in the context of a quantum state of potentiality and the role of the observer. A critical distinction is drawn between the normal flow of energy in the observer's world and the effects of biased choice. This naturally leads to a discussion of the effects the focus of attention of consciousness can have on physical reality and the life force.

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ISSN: 2153-831X