Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle | Dynamic Interplay of Countless Variables


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Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle can be stated in a few different ways, but one common formulation is that the more precisely you know the position of a particle, the less precisely you can know its momentum, and vice versa.

Even if we try to determine both, the particles start to collapse, giving different variables each time.
In the realm of life, there’s inherent uncertainty analogous to Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle. The more we try to predict it, the more uncertainty persists.

So, does that mean you shouldn’t chase certainty?
Well, the simple answer is no!
You should, indeed, chase certainty in life, not to be absolutely certain, but to collapse the particles.

The universe is coded for every possible situation, every possible mutation.
We, human beings, are not the centre of the universe but a part of it. We are made from the same stuff as the stars.

Our eyes resemble the Helix Nebula. The nerves resemble cosmic filaments.
Our manifestations are synchronised with the universe.
Let the Universe play its game with utmost certainty.

The Universe let the explosion of Supernova for you to look at stars falling and wish.
The Universe let the formation of Black Holes influence the surrounding space and matter.

The Universe let the cosmic process evolve so that you may evolve in your own space and time.
It’s just for you to manifest anything you want.
It could be Love, Fame, Money, Peace, Respect and more!

Society often says,
“Oh! You want so much money. It won’t bring you internal peace.” Well, Chuck them.

Society often says,
“Oh! You just want to do artistic things? It won’t pay your bills.” Well, Chuck them.

Society often says,
“Listen to your mind and over your heart.”
Well, if you choose your mind over your heart or vice-versa, you’ll always be at odds with yourself.
The heart and the mind aren’t supposed to conflict, but to flourish alongside each other.

The Earth will finish yet another revolution around the Sun.
So, look at the sky. We may never see the same sky again. Cherish it.

Manifest the life you want, and let the particles collapse to sheer nothingness and arise from the same nothingness.
And as Shah Rukh Khan has told us all,
“Kehte hain agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaho…to puri kainaat usse tumse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hai”

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