Heisenberg states that the position and the velocity of an object cannot both be measured exactly, at the same time, even in theory. To bypass the details of his theory, but to get to the meat—-He is saying that even the most fundamental “building blocks” of material reality, are based on the probability of being there rather than certainty because we can’t measure them together. Position, energy and time, are unknown, except by probabilities because they cannot be measured simultaneously.
People who do not understand this think that everything they see is real and that everything they were taught by their religion is true. This makes people feel very secure and in control. It is unsettling to know that there is never absolute certainty from the human mind’s point of view.
But when we step into the world of the Spirit, it’s OK to be uncertain about it all. We can relax into the uncertainty. We know we are not in control and that the only thing we really can control is our thoughts and body movements (most of which are beyond our voluntary control anyway). It is probable that our heart will beat one more beat but one day that will be impossible too.
When we see things from deep within our Souls we feel awe at the uncertainty and yet perfection of it all. The Universe is perfectly put together, with uncertainty built into its most fundamental nature. And yet it flows in an orderly fashion that will always be beyond human comprehension.