Magic may not be what we think it is. In fact, it may be very much more. It may in fact be everything, and everything that is not magic simply is not. In other words, life itself is magic.
Science is the wisdom tradition par excellence of our modern age. Quantum physics can be likened to a genuine spiritual path in that its study becomes a “royal road” beyond both physics and the physical dimension into the realm of metaphysics.
In February 2012, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Frank Wilczek decided to go public with a strange and, he worried, somewhat embarrassing idea. Impossible as it seemed, Wilczek had developed an apparent proof of “time crystals” – physical structures that move in a repeating pattern, like minute hands rounding clocks, without expending energy or ever winding down.
In a nonlocal universe such as ours, the accuracy of our psychic
awareness is found to be independent of space and time. Such spatial and
temporal independence is what we mean by the nonlocality of the space in which we live. The idea of entanglement of separated quantum particles that were once together is now well accepted by physicists.
Many of the scientists who dismiss parapsychology are psychologists who invariably invoke principles of
classical physics which have been known to be fundamentally incorrect
for more than three quarters of a century. Physicists, on the other hand, have since the nineteenth century been more open to the possibility of psychic phenomena.