The uncertainty principle

Question: We know that everything is connected in consciousness so why do only certain pairs of variables among the many physical variables satisfy the principle of indeterminacy or the uncertainty principle? In quantum mechanics, for example, only certain variables a and b, such as momentum and position, can be paired and satisfy the uncertainty principle when the unit of a multiplied by b is equal to the unit of the Planck constant. What does it mean that these specific pairs exist? Are these specific pairs related to the expanding and contracting forces? And what is the significance of the appearance of Planck’s constant in the uncertainty principle? As Saint Germain answered in the 2022 webinar, Planck’s constant is related to the refresh rate of the earth reality simulator. Is there any relationship between the uncertainty principle and the refresh rate?

Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2023 Korean Conference.

Well, there are certainly certain pairings as you describe and there are many of these that are related to the need to maintain a certain balance. You can see that as an expression of the expanding and the contracting forces, but you need to realize that quantum physics is only beginning to uncover this basic level of matter. There is more complexity to uncover that will eventually be uncovered. But, as Hilarion explained, this will not mean that by studying this basic level of matter, people will be able to understand what happens at the so-called macroscopic level.

The uncertainty principle is not so much related to Planck’s constant as to observation. The observation of the subatomic processes is underlying the uncertainty principle which simply says that before you make an observation you cannot know with certainty what will be the outcome of the observation. And, thus, this overrides the old deterministic theory of the universe where the universe was seen as a machine and if you knew the initial conditions and the laws you could predict everything with certainty.

What the uncertainty principle really describes or exposes is that the universe is not mechanical because at every level of creation there is consciousness present and consciousness implies some form of choice, not necessarily a self-aware choice such as can be done by human beings, but even at the elemental level there is some form of choice in terms of how to adapt to certain conditions. You might look at current scientific theories, the materialistic theories. You have the old idea that the universe was a grand machine, and then, you have the theory of evolution. Well, the theory of evolution says at its core that species are adapting to their environment and that some species adapt in a better way which allows them to survive. Whereas other species that do not adapt in the best way do not survive.

What is that that allows a species to adapt in more or less constructive ways? It is that there is a certain level of consciousness which is what we have described as the elemental beings who can make a choice as to how to adapt.

There are elemental beings that oversee the evolution of a particular animal species, and they have some freedom of choice as to how they direct that species to adapt to a physical environment and the elemental beings do not have the highest level of consciousness so they sometimes do not make the best possible choice, and that can cause a species to become extinct which has happened many times. Now if you go back to the idea of evolution by adaptation, even if you do not believe in elemental beings, you must say that adaptation implies a certain uncertainty.

The theory of evolution, even in its most materialistic form, is not compatible with a deterministic universe for if there was no uncertainty, the uncertainty principle, how could a species adapt? It would continue to do the same thing whether it became extinct or not.


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