The quantum moment

Interesting article published by “Tracing knowledge” on March the 14th 2013. Read full article by clicking here. How is this relevant to hypnotherapy? Science offers us new ways of interpreting and experiencing the world, as it has been highlighted below in the few extracts of this article. Hypnotherapy is a tool available to all of us which can help us reinterpret our experiences, modify our thoughts, emotions and behaviour so that we can live our lives to the potential we choose to. Here science gives us new ideas, new concepts to explore from a hypnotic state. The use of Quantum Psychology within hypnotherapy offers a series of techniques which explore our experience of the worls from a quantum physics point of view.

Extracts: “…These turning points (talking about the moment of Newton’s discoveries, or the moment of the quantum physics discovery)  are cultural paradigm shifts that change what human beings know and do, and how they interpret their experiencesSome scientists tried to explain what was happening by spreading word of quantum physics into ever-widening social spheres that lay beyond science itself. These popularizations encountered an enthusiastic audience. Artists, novelists, poets and journalists were fascinated by the non-Newtonian features of quantum mechanics, including discontinuity, uncertainty, unpredictability, and differences across scales and areas where scientists could not take themselves out of measurements...
But has the cultural impact of quantum mechanics been simply to supply us with a storehouse of unusual, vivid and sometimes pretentious or even loopy images? Or has the cumulative effect been more serious, and reshaped how even non-scientists view the world?…Reality today does not seem to have the gentle, universal continuities of the Newtonian world, but is more like that of the surface of a boiling pot of water. Using quantum language to describe everyday conditions may therefore be technically incorrect but is metaphorically apt.…quantum mechanics – though a modification, not a replacement, of Newtonian mechanics – has provided us with a range of novel and helpful images to interpret our experiences of the world in a new way, on a scale equal to or possibly even greater than Newtonian mechanics.


About Anna Pons

Certificat (CPPD), Post Graduat Certificat (PGCert) i Post Graduat Diploma (PGD) en Hipnoteràpia Clínica, London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) i Universitat de West London (UWL)
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2 Responses to The quantum moment

  1. Λιβάς Δημ. Περικλής says:

    Thank you very much for your kindness.

    • Anna Pons says:

      Thank you. You always post high quality articles; I look forward to following your blog. Always interested in more news about the brain and their relationship to hypnosis and its scientific research.

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