What is a quantum? A quantum (plural: quanta) is the smallest discrete unit of a phenomenon. For example, a quantum of light is a photon, and a quantum of electricity is an electron. Quantum comes from Latin, meaning "an amount" or "how much?" If something is quantifiable, then it can be measured.
Did you know that there is one intelligent consciousness that permeates the whole Universe? And that this all powerful, ever-present, omniscient force also exists within each of us, including you?
Known by many names, like the quantum mind, the unified field, The All, God, universal consciousness, whatever you want to call it — it's no longer just a philosophical, unproven theory on the fringe of metaphysics.
It's been scientifically proven.
Can a regular person tap into the quantum field? If so, what happens when this super powerful force is accessed?
Of course you can! Anyone can, considering each of us are part of "The All"! You just need to access the universal mind to a greater degree, which can change your life in many miraculous ways, such as: