Why Me?

How Consciousness Makes Things Happen

Do things happen by chance? Or is there a secret plan that makes everything happen in a set way? And if that’s really how things are, who or what decided for us? Why? These questions, which have always baffled human beings, now find an answer in quantum physics, the physics of possibilities. According to the new physics, we are the creators of reality. Instant after instant, we choose which of the infinite possible realities will take shape around us, and force it to emerge from the field of energy that permeates the whole Universe, linking every single particle. But if it’s really us that creates reality, why don’t we only create nice things? Why aren’t we all rich and happy? Why do things we don’t want keep happening to us? Why the accident? Why the loss of a loved one? Why the illness? This book doesn’t promise to change its readers’ futures, or to give them wealth or everlasting good health. What it does promise, however, is to offer an answer to the question that all of us, sooner or later, will end up asking ourselves: “why me?”





Chance, Cause and Effect

The concept of chance
Chance and destiny
We live in a predictable world
We think in a deterministic way
Time is not linear
Influencing the past

On the Way towards the World of Quanta

Tiny bricks?
Particle, where are you?
Wave or particle?
Particles that choose?
Does everything change if we observe it?
Faster than light?

The Reality of Reality

The quantum field
Reality emerges from the quantum field
We create reality
Mind and Consciousness
Communicating with the quantum field
Influencing the quantum field

Creating Reality

Conscious and unconscious beliefs
Beliefs and behaviour
The Law of Attraction
Creating reality at a distance
Now let’s create reality!

The Hidden Sense of Life

Quantum thought
Before emerging…
The Interlife
Karma and free will
Karma and illness
An overall vision

Essential Bibliography

About the Author

About the Author

Dr. Francesco Albanese is Clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, journalist, author. He has worked with the University of Pisa Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine on research in the field of attachment for over ten years, and currently holds seminars at the University of Florence School of Psychology. He has been writing for the printed and on-line press for almost fifteen years.
He is co-founder of the PsicoLAB.net journal and currently runs the Neuroscienze.net and QuanticaMente.net journals. He has always been interested in the psychological aspects linked to the human being’s spiritual dimension , constantly seeking points where science and spirituality meet. He promotes his thinking through conferences and seminars, articles, and fiction and non-fiction books, helping to lay down the conceptual bases for a holistic vision of man and the world.