The study of the brain has made a great progress in the last decades by means of "tomography". Connecting electrodes to this organ, we can determine where each one of the activities of the mind is produced. The formula is very simple: the electrical activity is meaasured while a mental activity is produced, either rational, emotional, spiritual or sentimental and that way we can know to what area that faculty corresponds.
These experiments in neurology have proved something apparently absurd: when we see certain object activity is displayed in certain parts of our brain... but when the subject is told to close his eyes and imagine the object, the brain activity is identical! So, if the brain reflects the same activity when it "sees" as when it "feels", the big question arises: what's the Reality?
In other words: we fabricate our reality from the way we process our experiences, meaning, through our emotions.
In the words of Amit Goswani, physics professor at Oregon university, the behaviour of microparticles changes depending on what the observer does: "when the observer sees, it behaves like a wave, when he doesn't, it behaves like a particle".
That means that the expectations of the observer have influence on the Reality of the laboratories...and each one of us is composed of millions of atoms.
Translated to the sphere of daily life, this would show us that our Reality is, up to certain point, product of our own expectations. If a particle (the minimum piece of matter which we are composed of) can behave as matter or as wave... we can do the same.
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