The Science Behind OMI
Unified Field Theory
Albert Einstein explained it as the unifying of the fundamental forces and the interactions between elementary particles into a single theoretical framework. The forces between objects can be described as being mediated by these fields. At subatomic distances, these fields are replaced by quantum fields interacting according to the laws of quantum mechanics.
Scalar Wave Theory
Quantum biologist Dr. Glen Rein describes scalar waves as “non-electromagnetic fields” that transmit information and other fields of consciousness. Scalar waves operate independently of distance and time and are propagated at faster-than-light speed. Their effect is 3–5 times stronger than that of electromagnetic fields and cannot be detected by conventional instruments for measuring electric and magnetic fields. They are also referred to as quantum fields, tachyon fields, neutrino fields, Tesla waves, non-Hertzian waves, and longitudinal waves.
Morphic Field Theory
English biochemist, Rupert Sheldrake, explains this as a field within and around a morphic unit, which organizes its characteristic structure and pattern of activity. Morphic fields underlie the form and behavior of holons or morphic units at all levels of complexity. The term morphic field includes morphogenetic, behavioral, social, cultural, and mental fields.