If all energy has consciousness, we must honor all energy around us as we honor ourselves, ask Schroedinger’s Cat. Erwin Schroedinger (1887- 1941) was a Nobel Prize-winning Austrian physicist who developed a number of fundamental results in the field of quantum theory: the Schroedinger equation provides a way to calculate the wave function of a system and how it changes dynamically in time, also referred to as Schroedinger’s Cat Equation. Quantum theory proposes that we live in a wave based reality and Schroedinger’s Cat Equation demonstrates this principle. Briefly, in order for something to exist someone has to look at it, someone needs to make an observation. Before it is observed, in theory, it exists in all possible states. When you look at it, it then assumes one state. Therefore, the observer in some sense determines existence, but observation requires consciousness. Conscious people make the observation. This creates the Schroedinger cat problem. If there is a cat is in a box, and the box has not been opened, the cat is neither dead nor alive. Theoretically, there are 2 wave based realities that exist, one where the cat is dead and the other where the cat is alive, but we will not know which until we lift the box. This creates a great paradox in science. How do you resolve the fact that you have live cats and dead cats simultaneously existing in another state before you make the observation?
From my point of view, someone who works with energy, consciousness and the collective consciousness daily, we simply create our reality with our thoughts. As per the law of abundance, manifestation, karma, when we drive forward from the heart center, a place of love and light, unconditional love, compassion, empathy, kindness, forgiveness and tolerance, we give rise to our reality. We encourage abundance and are capable of manifesting, cultivating a world imagined in our consciousness, affirmed in our actions and maintained through our gratitude. From this place, I have the co-creative ability, provided in the gift of love and light to observe a live cat after I lift the box.