What are you broadcasting?
Updated: Mar 26, 2019
Have you ever heard someone say 'Why do these things always happen to me?' Or 'Be careful what you wish for.'
I have been drawn to the quantum field lately ... the ultimate playground of infinite possibilities. I have also been reading (again) the book Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr. Joe Dispenza.
Dr Joe writes about thoughts and feelings and attracting your reality thru these thoughts and feelings. He states that the thoughts we think send an electrical signal out into the field and the feelings we generate magnetically draw events back to us. This goes for desired thoughts and undesired thoughts. Meaning, you can attract fro a place of I want, or a place of I don't want.
I once owned a house I wanted to sell. It was February when we first put it on the market and we had someone look at it right away. That wasn't going to work. So I sat and created the thought and feeling of having the house sell the first week of April AND the thought and feeling of having us stay until the end of June when the kids got out of school. I had no idea how that was doing to happen but that's what I wanted. Well ... we got an offer on April 1 and signed papers by the end of April. The new owners were getting married in a month and wondered if we wouldn't mind staying until the end of June when they could finally move in. True story.
Energy responds to your mindful attention and becomes matter. Thus, everything in our physical reality exists as pure potential. In other words, if you can imagine a future event in your life based on any one of your personal desires, that reality already exists as a possibility in the quantum field just waiting to be thought and felt.
The energy field doesn't discriminate between good or not good thoughts. so begin to notice what your are actually putting out into the universal thought stream.
The quantum universe is just waiting for you to come along and play! Try it with a parking space or a cup of coffee and see what happens! Remember to think about what you want with as much clarity as you can and to create the feeling as if it has already happened.