Quantum physics scrambles labels. Indeed, underlying all life is a rich “scientific” field of “spiritual” mystery that holds our intentions, our dreams and our darkness. Whatever we throw out into the neural network, we get back a thousandfold. Intention-setters, beware!
I was reminded of this recently when I ran across a book review in U.S. World and News Report for The Luck Factor by Richard Wiseman. Wiseman, a British psychologist, notes that a person who is lucky views her past in terms of successes rather than failures. As a result, she scans the world—the quantum field of her future—for similar opportunities for success.
Visualization also plays into this quantum field, notes Wiseman. If you can imagine yourself in the ideal scenario you desire—from finding a partner to unearthing the perfect job—down to the details of what you’ll say and where you’ll say it, you can visualize your way into it. A relaxed approach to life, trusting intuitive nudges, and practicing appreciation also lay the groundwork for luck.
Ernest Holmes, the creator of the Science of Mind religious philosophy, discovered this back in 1920. Since out of the “nothingness,” we arrived full-bodied, Holmes concluded, it stands to reason that our thought patterns will, in fact, create more of the same. You are what you believe, what you envision, what you intention and what you call to you through action.
Wiseman would call it luck. Scientists would call it quantum physics. Holmes would call it religion. I would call it the urge of the feminine, creative nature in each of us to create the lives we imagine.
Your Story: Pick one area of your life you’d like to “re-create” and record the scenario that would call that recreation to you.