This week I discovered two things of notable importance. One, that telomeres are affected by the way you think. That's our core DNA changing according to our thought process, affecting how long we live and what kind of person we become. All along, all through life, we have the chance to change as we wish and to become what we want to become by virtue of our thinking. And that's quite a lot to account for, if you think about it, for we're free to change our minds anytime.
The other notable thing of importance was the inescapable dependability of love. Love as an energy is something that we have no control over other than the way in which we translate it. So often we get tied up by our own shoelaces of assumption in believing people have agendas or are out to make life difficult for us or even that they know what they're doing when they've done something we see as 'wrong'. How we feel about these things is up to us, or down to us, according to which quark you want to assign the moment to. If it's strange, or it's charming, that's another kind of moment to appreciate. And if you want beauty and truth, well, they don't hang around very long so best to make the best of those while we can, when they're there.
Now that DNA has been found to change according to our patterns of thinking, this could lead us to believe that our quarks are playing a significant part in the role-changing game and perhaps it's time to credit the Neutrino with being the one to carry information to us on a need-to-know basis. Both quarks and neutrinos oscillate - they are the only particles in the Particle Zoo known to morph from one version to another. Electrons might go up and down the energy value scale but they stay as they are, as electrons, while the quarks that constitute our particle mass and the neutrinos firing through us at immeasurable rates from the Sun are merrily transforming from one version to another, which if you think about it, is like exchanging code.
If a code exchange mechanism between quarks and neutrinos is discovered to be in action, then it's up to us to break the code just enough to read it when we need to, so that we know what's really going on when we need to know, and have something to trust that makes sense to every individual person in their own right.
We are being guided down this route from all quarters. Look at the number of products called Quantum, the number of TV programmes that make reference to Quantum ... the word has turned into a household name, even if most people are unsure what it really refers to. When I first started out on the quantum trail, no-one had heard of it and the consensus seemed to be that I was mad. Well, I wasn't mad. I created a development programme from what I'd found and that programme broke performance records from a standing start. I wrote a book which now has a waiting list for itself in American libraries. If Now has any power, I've got to trust it's going to be worthwhile, and so have you. Whatever you're going through, uncertainty is a great friend and will make sure that not only is everything temporary, but nothing - and I mean nothing - can ever turn out quite as you expect it to, so don't worry. Times will change.