What’s in your hologram?
“The separated ones have invented many “cures” for what they believe to be “the ills of the world.” But the one thing they do not do is question the reality of the problem.”–A Course in Miracles
We live in a quantum age where people can instantaneously text each other across the planet, repair detached retinas with nothing but laser beams and use little handheld devices to get money-saving Groupons.
Yet, in our thinking, our applications of these new truths, we’re lagging sorely behind. We’re still using industrial age thinking. We’re not using the incredible power of our consciousness. Our consciousness that can and does create worlds.
We’re more than a century into this new quantum reality and we’ve barely budged in our thinking. We haven’t even begun to use these startling new processes in our personal lives. Instead, we invest our thoughts, our power, if you will, in victimhood, in this idea that life happens to us. Our consciousness is mired in old ways of doing things, old ways of thinking.
This warped view of reality wouldn’t be an issue if our thoughts were mere puffs of smoke, blown away by the next breeze.
But our thoughts are insanely powerful.
Like radio signals, our thoughts broadcast our beliefs and expectations out into the quantum field (or what I like to call the Field of Infinite Potentiality) and bring back into our lives an exact vibrational match.
Quantum physicists have proven that it’s impossible for us to look at anything without impacting the thing we’re looking at. It’s called the observer effect and while it has wreaked havoc on everything we thought we knew about the way the world works, it’s actually quite exciting. Because it means:
1. We’re not stuck with the 3-D reality we think is reality.
2. We’re not helpless victims.
What we now know is that everything we think is an objective world “out there” is nothing but a reflection of what exists in here. And by “in here” I mean the consciousness that is doing the observing.
Frank shared a wonderful story yesterday at my Possibility Posse that illustrates this perfectly.
He was subbing at one of the middle schools here in Lawrence. He was running late, didn’t have time to get still, to get his spiritual game on. First period came and went.
“Man,” he thought to himself, “this middle school has the worst kids I’ve ever taught.”
Luckily, the next period was what they call “planning period.”
Since he was a sub and didn’t have anything to plan, he took the 50 minutes and meditated.
And guess what? The kids in periods three through sixth were “the best kids he ever had.”
Remember, folks, the world we see out there is a hologram of what’s in our consciousness.
Pam Grout is the author of 18 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the about to be released, Thank and Grow Rich: a 30-day Experiment in Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed Joy