It’s happening–thoughts controlling physical events. Quantum physicists have been telling us for decades now that thoughts have the same energy that movement has. And now biomedical engineers and neuroscientists are proving it by harnessing brain waves to guide a computer cursor’s path–and thus direct the actions of physical matter.
Using brain waves (instead of electrodes implanted in the brain) is far less invasive and yet is yielding surprisingly good control. The special cap patients wear uses sensors to detect electroencephalographic (EEG) signals put out by neurons. The patient has to undergo some training to learn how to get specific brain areas to fire, but it can be done in a few months.
Religion and spirituality have known the power of thoughts for centuries. Since science is now acknowledging it–and proving it–can miracles be far behind?