I found a fascinating article on the ‘Big Think’ blog, entitled “Your Brain Isn’t a Computer — It’s a Quantum Field”.
Here’s an excerpt*….
The mind, according to quantum cognition, “gambles” with our “uncertain” reason, feelings, and biases to produce competing thoughts, ideas, and opinions. Then we synthesize those competing options to relate to our relatively “certain” realities. By examining our minds at a quantum level, we change them, and by changing them, we change the reality that shapes them.
Changing the metaphors we use to understand the world — especially the quantum metaphor — can yield amazing insights. Jonathan Keats, experimental philosopher, explains:
More about Jonathon Keats: http://bigthink.com/experts/jonathonkeats
*Full article can be viewed at