Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor on Time Loops, Parallel Worlds and the Observer


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor is the host of Quantum Leap Book Club, an international radio program that airs on Law of Attraction Radio Network. To listen to the archived shows go to:

Einstein’s theory of general relativity states that matter, space and time can only exist when all three are present. But how to they come to be at all? Dr. Fred Alan Wolf responds to this through the quantum physics perspective in his book, “Mind Into Matter”. He reveals the deeper truth behind Copenhagen’s interpretation – that matter cannot exist without an “observer” of matter.

Through observation, we create a time loop, with a beginning point and an end point, called “boundary events”. Once these are decided, a story line arises in our minds in which we experience matter, space and time. In other words, the observer (us) creates our reality.

Once again we are inspired by Wolf’s intriguing revelation – that the boundary events are overlaps of possibilities from parallel worlds. What are these parallel worlds and how do we access them?

Tune in to this episode of Quantum Leap Book Club, where Pa’Ris’Ha and her co-hosts solve these mysteries and make sense out of creating exciting new story lines.

This episode with Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor was originally aired on May 24th, 2019.

Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor on Quantum Physics: Accessing Information from the Future


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor is the host of Quantum Leap Book Club, an international radio program that airs on Law of Attraction Radio Network. To listen to the archived shows go to:

Do we merely exist at the mercy of the biological need to reproduce ourselves, thus ensuring the survival of our species? Or, is there a deeper purpose for each of our lives that we, as alchemists can tap into, giving us access to greater possibilities? Quantum physicist, Fred Alan Wolf, tackles these age-old questions in his book, “Mind Into Matter”.

According to Darwin’s theory of evolution, we are products of a sludgy primordial soup, but Dr. Wolf presents a shocking alternative – that by acquiring new information from the future, we can be masters of our own destinies. In this episode of Quantum Leap Book Club, Pa’Ris’Ha’s co-hosts shed insight into the ‘mind-freedom’ allowed by quantum physics. By using information from the future, we can literally change our perceptions of the past and who we are in the present.

But if this is true, then what is time really all about? Tune into next week’s episode to find out!

This episode with Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor was originally aired on May 17th, 2019.

Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor on the Quantum Physics of Experience


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor is the host of Quantum Leap Book Club, an international radio program that airs on Law of Attraction Radio Network. To listen to the archived shows go to:

How does a quantum physicist explain the overlap of consciousness and quantum physics? According to Dr. Fred Alan Wolf, in his book, ‘Mind Into Matter”, the quantum rule is that nothing is real until it is observed by the observer (us)! Everything is a tendency toward existence, rather than physical existence itself. Therefore, we have unlimited possibilities for experiential outcomes. In fact, Dr. Wolf tells us, we exist in multiple parallel universes.

Then why do we continue getting the same results – seemingly doomed to repeat the past? Again we are warned of the ‘trickster’ that stands between us and infinite possibilities in the imaginal realm. Tune into Quantum Leap Book Club, where Pa’Ris’Ha and her international panel skillfully guide us through the maze of confused thinking to a place of clarity, where the life we truly desire moves from possibility to probability to reality!

This episode with Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor was originally aired on May 10th, 2019.


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor on Inertia: The Mysterious Resistance


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor is the host of Quantum Leap Book Club, an international radio program that airs on Law of Attraction Radio Network. To listen to the archived shows go to:

When working toward personal transformation, we have the human tendency to give up when we experience resistance, somehow believing it is a sign from the universe to stop. In “Mind Into Matter”, Dr. Fred Alan Wolf shows us from the quantum perspective why the opposite is true. He tells us that resistance is essential to manifestation.

Pa’Ris’Ha and her international panel delve into the force of inertia and how it, like the “trickster” that guards the door between the real and the imaginal strives to keep us where we have always been. Like the caterpillar pushing against the confines of the chrysalis to at last become the butterfly, creating a new life requires pushing through our current reality into the imaginal – the unknown.

When we make a decision to do something new and different, our minds naturally present us with the reasons why not to pursue change. Inertia identifies our imitations. Do we balk or do we use what inertia is showing us to break free and live our vision of the future in the now?

As the Borg of the Star Trek series have determined, “Resistance is futile.” If we are too comfortable, we are not learning and not changing. Dr. Wolf cautions us that the “trickster” will always attempt step between us and who we desire to be, so we must “show the trickster a few tricks”. He tells us that the greatest inertia to overcome is the “illusion that we are separate from anything else – in particular, that we are separate from what we desire.”

Listen in to our program each week – Dr. Fred Alan Wolf himself, has been known to make an appearance!

This episode with Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor was originally aired on May 5th, 2019.


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor on Synchronicity: The Power to Shift the Inertia of the Past


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor is the host of Quantum Leap Book Club, an international radio program that airs on Law of Attraction Radio Network. To listen to the archived shows go to:

As a quantum scientist, it is Fred Alan Wolf’s responsibly to question the nature of our reality from every possible angle. In his book, “Mind Into Matter,” he forces us to fire new neural pathways in our brains by challenging us to examine our historical ways of thinking.

“I think, therefore I am.” Have we simply agreed to Decartes’ famous philosophical proposition to be part of the status quo? Or, as Dr. Wolf ponders, is more like, “I am, therefore I think?”

Pa’Ris’Ha and her international team, having recently traveled to an ancient part of our civilized planet – Cairo, Egypt, use their experiences there to shed new light on what it means to be trapped in the inertia of the past and what is required to shift to a new direction. The first consideration is the meaning of “I am”? Does this refer to us as individual organic units or is it the recognition of our connection to the universal mind?

Ultimately, we think, and therefore we create the experience of self. But as universal beings we can access the power of synchronicity and shake the force of inertia to its roots. To achieve the greater harmony, for not a moment can we afford to think with negativity. Through unity we can all move toward love and shift the historical balance for humanity to all good things.

This episode with Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor was originally aired on April 26th, 2019.

Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor on Creating Your Reality According to The New Quantum Physics


Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor is the host of Quantum Leap Book Club, an international radio program that airs on Law of Attraction Radio Network. To listen to the archived shows go to:

Quantum physicist, Fred Alan Wolf tells us “there is no reality without perception of reality”, in his book, “Mind Into Matter”. In this episode, Pa’Ris’Ha and her international panel move us through the debate between the old, Darwinian model of reality, which states we are at the whim of the external environment, and the new quantum model which posits that we are in fact, the creators of our own destinies.

But first, we must sort out what is real and what is illusion. How is it that we can lose all sense of time doing something we love, yet while engaged in activities we find disagreeable, every tick of the second hand feels like it is dragging on forever?

Why do we give such authority to the physical body? Technically, our body is the ultimate organic machine for sensing data from the environment. Its job is to feed us information, yet we bow to it as if the master of our fate.

Are human emotions as real as we believe? Or could it be that they are nothing more than the outcome of the actions of electrons and photons? When love and hate unite, it is possible that we can experience enlightenment?

Is it intelligent to say that what we experience as “out there” is separate from what is happening “in here”? Or, is intelligence an illusion too?

Once we can distinguish between illusion and what is on the other side of the veil, we have a chance to become the master creators of our realities. It is within our reach to do just as the ancient alchemists did – transmute our ordinary, mortal lives into a new vision through a new understanding of information.

This episode with Pa’Ris’Ha Taylor was originally aired on March 29th, 2019.




Be someone’s blessing today


Sometimes we think that we are just one person and cannot possibly make a difference. My Elder, Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha once told me that God has named every blade of grass and every grain of sand. If a grain of sand is important enough to be named, what does that make us? Exceptionally vital to the world!! Even one very small act of kindness can completely change another life for the better.

1 Corinthians 3:16 (NIV). Don’t you know that you yourselves are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in your midst?

The Whale

“Enter the place you originated from.” ~ Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha


Once I dreamed of standing on the shore of the Petawawa River where it forms a small bay of water that nudges against the land that has been in the care of my father’s family for generations.  At the most northerly point of the bay one’s perspective is exposed to a high set of white water rapids strewn with gigantic boulders and marked by the frothing turbulence of tumbling water.  Downriver it runs with the clean swiftness of a youthful warrior, strong and lean.

Both shorelines, to the east and the west are guarded by ancient windblown cedar and red pine.  The trees step away from the shore where formations of granite worn smooth by time and glaciers sit with immovable steadfastness.  The place has the feeling of something ancient and if one were to listen carefully, beyond the sound of the wind rushing through the pines, one could hear the low murmur of the “Old Ones’” singsong voices.

In the dream I stood waiting at the northern end of the bay on granite that slopes toward the water eventually giving way to the sand of the narrow beach.  Soon, a young, blonde-headed man garbed in the soft-brown tunic and leggings of medieval times appeared beside me.  His smile was princely and gentle. Though I did not recognize him, he was familiar.

Without a word he formed his hands in an open-ended cup and placed them to his mouth and began to blow as if through a horn.  The sound that came was haunting and melodious.  I intuitively understood him to be teaching me to call forth a whale.  I copied his method and was able to create the sound.

The sound I was making through the instrument of my hands began somewhere at the back of my throat.  After several repetitions I felt a light pressure that pushed down into my chest cavity.  The area of my heart tingled.  At that moment my hands fell away from my mouth and a sweet song slipped from my heart in a strange and beautiful language.  I sang as if overtaken by the chant and a great blue whale emerged from the depths just below the rapids to the north. She was enticed to make her way through the water toward me.

In the distance the whale had posed no threat but as she glided closer, like some gargantuan barge I was shaken by her size.  I saw the outline of her tremendous broad back, the power of her thundering tail fin and the roar of spray expelled from her blowhole.

Behind me I felt my teacher urging me to step forward and greet this Sacred Being.  I hesitated until his suggestion grew more forceful and I knew I had no choice.  I had called her.

whale-eyeSuddenly the whale was upon me, her dark shape filling my peaceful bay with a looming, ominous shadow.  Before I knew it I was propelled halfway across the bay to the place directly above the submerged whale.  I stood ankle deep in the water, yet did not sink. I gazed down into the depths and watched the great whale turn with a graceful curve to confront me, eye to eye.

I could see clearly through the water, the long line of her smiling mouth and the intensity of her right eye which held me transfixed.  In her eye I read an invitation.  I could dare look further into that eye or not.  If not, she would be on her way without regret.

I focused my attention on the darkness that lay behind the gleaming surface of the eye.  I fell into the soul of the great blue whale and knew she was an Ancient One, as old as Creation itself.

Her usual ocean of travel was the universe and all the parallel universes.  She took me on a voyage into the stars and beyond.  She was the Ancient Keeper of records, whose purpose to record the events of the cosmos. She held within her soul the patterns of original wisdom. She showed me the formula of my own soul and then I knew what I must do in my life.

The whale bade me return to the place she had joined me in the river.  As suddenly as she had appeared she was gone. I awoke to the first rays of sunrise streaming across my face through the east window.  Gathering the image of the whale and the cosmic mysteries she revealed as reflective companions, I embarked upon the new day, my new life.

~ Agi’sti Tis’stu

Love Letter from a Bodhisattva


Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha encourages people to write love letters to the One, to themselves. Here is one I wrote…

My beloved, this day is special for us because it marks a passage of time in our lives together.  When I look into your eyes I see something wonderful that fills my heart with happiness and joy.   On this special day I wish to express the depth of my love for you and the gladness I feel for having you in my life. 

Sometimes I forget to tell you how much I care.  Sometimes I am so overwhelmed with love for you that I cannot find the words to say how much I appreciate you.  Sometimes I am simply too angry, stubborn or frustrated to let you know that even when things are not going well, my love for you is constant. 

In those moments, when my words don’t come easily, know that as sure as there are mountains that reach to the sky and pebbles that lay upon the ocean shores, my love for you spans all time and is as old as the earth itself. 

Know that as in the clarity of a pure quartz crystal, you help me to see clearly in times of confusion. 

Know that as in the softness and vulnerability of a rabbit that must use sheer determination to protect its own life, you help me to find the courage to go beyond my fears and become all that I can be. 

And as in the everlasting nature of the pine tree that remains green throughout the seasons, you help me to find faith within myself, to know that I have endless love to give and that I am also loved beyond measure.

And when the wind comes to you with the fragrance of wildflowers and sunshine, know that your presence gives me indescribable sweetness and richness beyond compare.

My beloved, know with certainty that as with the first birdsong upon the rising of the sun, each and every morning when all of life awakens to the new day, my love for you is renewed and all that lies before us is the promise of time yet to come, where we will share our precious love for each other and fulfill our dreams of happiness. 

On this special day, I give appreciation for all that you are to me and for the infinite ways you bring joy to my life.

“As human beings we all want to be happy and free from misery… we have learned that the key to happiness is inner peace. The greatest obstacles to inner peace are disturbing emotions such as anger, attachment, fear and suspicion, while love and compassion and a sense of universal responsibility are the sources of peace and happiness.” ~ Dalai Lama

~ Agi’sti Tis’stu