Strengthening neural circuitry through focused attention is known as the Quantum Zeno Effect. At a most basic level, electrochemical signaling in the brain works by movement of sodium and potassium ions. Because the brain works on this quantum level, it is also subject to the laws of quantum mechanics. In quantum mechanics, the observer affects how systems behave. Through focused attention and intention, the circuits that help sustain our thoughts and actions toward God’s love, joy, and kindness strengthen and become more stable. Our freedom grows just as it becomes easier to follow and participate in God’s power; the power of love.

For more on the Quantum Zeno Effect:

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Quantum Approaches to Consciousness

Schwartz, J. (2012). You are not your brain: The 4-step solution for changing bad habits, ending unhealthy thinking, and taking control of your life. New York:Avery.