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Quantum Physics and
Running Injury Free

January 2017--
The Peaceful Runner Newsletter #76

Quantum Physics and
Running Injury Free

Dear Friend,

We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter -- Quantum Physics and Running Injury Free. Learn how to use the discoveries in Quantum Science to help create a more desirable reality which includes "running injury free."

If you find this information helpful, please be kind and share it with your running friends and anyone else who may be interested in creating a more desirable reality for themselves!

Quantum Physics

Quantum Physics and Quantum Theory explain the nature and behaviour of matter and energy on the atomic and subatomic levels including the nucleus and the elementary particle. All matter which creates our reality is formed of atoms and subatomic particles. 

One of the most bizarre discoveries in Quantum Physics states that by the very act of watching, an observer has an effect on the observed reality (physical matter). This discovery is known as "The Observer Effect."

Quantum Physics and Running Injury Free

The Observer Effect

The most famous experiment that demonstrates The Observer Effect and how our thoughts affect reality is called, "The double slit experiment." It was originally conducted by Thomas Young in 1803. 

The following video explains the experiment and its results which are absolutely fascinating. 

How can the act itself of observing affect reality and what does this mean for us humans? The idea that conscious observation creates everything we experience with our senses turns our sense of reality on its head. It goes back to the question, "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"

According to this Quantum theory, we affect our reality by how we think about our experiences (observing). If we observe or think about a situation in the same way we always do, we will create the same experiences we have always created. If we observe or think about a situation in a new positive way, we can create a newer, more desirable experience for ourselves.

"Our observation has a direct effect on our world."

-- Dr. Joe Dispenza

Our thoughts create chemical reactions in our bodies. It we continually think the same thoughts, we get the same results. If we change our thoughts, we create different chemical reactions and different results. You can create the reality you experience!

So what does Quantum Physics and The Observer Effect have to do with running injury free?

Running Injury Free

If our thoughts affect our reality, we can choose to create a reality that includes injury free running. So how do we do that?

Here are some suggestions:

  • We can begin by observing our thoughts when we first sense a physical ache that could possibly develop into a running injury. It is through our senses that we feel the first signs of an injury. So what thoughts do we have when we first sense a hint of pain? 
  • As we develop an awareness of our thoughts and how they affect our reality, the better equipped we are to choose thoughts that create a more positive and desirable reality. 

"Change the way you look at things
and the things you look at change.

-- Wayne Dyer

  • Whenever you experience pain or a discomfort in your body, practice sending loving thoughts to that part of your body (as explained in the Water Experiment below). This could apply to a pain or an illness. Be curious about the sensation but try to remain indifferent to the outcome.
  • Set your intention to remain injury free and then practice aligning your thoughts with that intention. Human thought and human intention affect physical outcomes which create our reality.
  • Then continue to practice the skill of observation. Practice standing back and becoming an observer rather than a participant in the current experience. Consider that there may be many possibilities  to each reality you experience.

The Water Experiment

Another interesting experiment was conducted on water by a Japanese Researcher, Dr. Masaru Emoto. The study reflected the power of thoughts on the composition of water. When water was exposed to loving words and then frozen, it formed crystals that were brilliant, complex and had colorful, snowflake patterns. When water was exposed to negative thoughts, incomplete asymmetrical patterns with dull colors where formed when the water was frozen. 

The video below demonstrates these results and show the pictures taken during the water experiment. The pictures say it all!

80 percent of our bodies are formed of water. If the quality of thoughts can be reflected this strongly in water, imagine what effect they could have on our bodies!


There is still much so much to understand about the world we live in and reality as we know it. As we open our minds to the vast possibilities available to us if our thoughts really do create all physical matter and ultimately the reality we live in, we can begin to realize just how much we are capable of creating in our lives—not only an injury free running experience but in all aspects of our lives.

To learn more about this fascinating topic, check out the documentary, What the Bleep Do We Know? It discusses The Observer Effect, The Water Experiment and more about how we can affect our own reality.

Until next month, keep running, smiling and be happy, healthy and peaceful!

With love and peace,


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