I just watched Down the Rabbit Hole, a documentary based on quantum physics – I highly recommend checking it out. The point of the movie is how we create and manifest our reality based on our personal observations. Our perceptions, driven by our observations, are based on past experiences (i.e. fears and insecurities) – in short, all the happenings in our lives that have affected us either negatively or positively.
The focus of the film is on our brain. Our brain is driven by chemical cascades that prepares us for conquest, achievement or fear, which can change our brain chemistry to fearful or fearless. Most interesting is this factoid: the average person’s attention span is six to 10 seconds. This is simply because we are so addicted to stimulation and our set responses to the external world. Without extended moments of focus, meditation, prayer, or simply quiet, we will not easily manifest the possibilities of what can be or what we can become. Bottom line: If we choose based on ‘what we know, we will always get only what we know. Stay tuned for the next blog : How we create outside by what is occurring inside.