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How to Solve The Number One Reason You’re Often Disappointed By Your Material Reality

Mirror_baby  Is your material reality a perfect mirror of what’s inside you?  Are your physical manifestations, your life experiences, a reflection of your insides?

Yes.

I know there is good reason to doubt that statement.  Yet, allow me to elaborate.

  1. The quantum field of unformed particles (which are not particles at all, but mere potential until they are observed) has the potential to become, literally, anything.
  2. The quantum field of unformed particles responds to your expectations and forms what you expect.
  3. Your beliefs are the wellspring for all your expectations.
  4. Thus, all of your life experiences are mirror images of your beliefs.  Thus, they are mirror images of what’s  inside you.

“Just the Facts, Ma’am”

I believe I know the number one obstacle to embracing these facts.  And I do use the term “facts” intentionally because quantum physics shows this all to us very plainly.  And quantum physics is the most reliable, accurate body of science ever created.

The obstacle?  For me, the main obstacle stems from all of the unwanted things I experience in my daily life.  Doesn’t embracing these facts mean, then, that I am creating all that unwanted stuff?  That I am “responsible” for all the things that I don’t like?

But I counter that there is no reason to be so hard on ourselves.  Who among us has beliefs which are perfectly aligned with our desires?

While You May Not Believe These Things, Specifically, Don’t They Sound (and Feel) Familiar?

For example, haven’t you (like me) been shown and taught, throughout your life that:

  • To be desirable, you must look like those (airbrushed) models on magazine covers?
  • Money is the root of all evil and it’s greedy and wrong to want (and have) more than you need?
  • You are unacceptably imperfect on many levels, thus how could anyone really accept you on a deep level (and how would you even be worth such acceptance)?
  • Making mistakes is wrong and often means you’re a failure?

Any of those beliefs sound familiar to you?  Need I go on?

Don’t Be Discouraged; Those Facts Hold Your Ticket to Freedom (Rather a Reason to Beat Yourself Up)

Of course we all hold beliefs similar to those.  And they were taught, or imparted, to us by well-intentioned authority figures.  Often not explicitly, but through their actions and attitudes.

So, knowing the facts about how your material world is created, is it any wonder that you (like me) have plenty of life experiences that don’t measure up with your desires? (Click that link to Tweet it) Given the facts, how could we expect anything different?

Yet the good news is that these facts don’t need to lead us to self-incrimination, self-blame, or beating ourselves up.  No – these facts can allow us to focus on the one true solution to achieving our desires.

Which is:

Taking control of our beliefs; raising our beliefs to match our desires.  Changing our beliefs so that they are beliefs of our choosing, which serve  the attainment of our desires.  Because you (and I) have the freedom to do just that – starting right now!

And stay tuned to this blog for more techniques to use new paradigms from quantum physics to align your life with your desires…

How Mirrors Lie to You Every Day and Why You Should Stop Looking in Them if You Want to Lose Unwanted Weight

  What do you see when you look in the mirror?

Do you see a beautiful woman (or man) with a beautiful body which has the proportions you desire?

Or do you see a “fat” person, with a “fat” body which is ugly?

What Good is a Mirror, Really?  If You Have Unwanted Weight, That Is

If you have unwanted weight, I’ll bet that most of the time it’s the later.  I know; I’ve been there too.

So my knowledge of quantum physics leads me to ask you this very important question:  “Why do you look in the mirror?”

Wait a Minute?  Doesn’t a Mirror Just Reflect “The Way Things Really Are”?

If you are reading my blog, you already know that there is no such thing as subjective reality.  There is no such thing as “the way things are.”  You create the way things are with your observations (and, more importantly, your expectations – which are derived from your beliefs).  Your beliefs create expectations, which you then use to command the sub-atomic particles of the universe to form a “fat” and “ugly” body when you look in the mirror!

Does that sound unreal?  Crazy?  I’ll grant you that.  But, crazy as it sounds, what I just wrote is actually how our universe works!  It is not science-fiction, nor is it some philosophy that may or may not apply to you.

You are creating your universe (and your body) each moment of every single day.  In the manner I just described.  You couldn’t stop doing it if you tried!

So, if looking in the mirror continually produces a “fat” and/or “ugly” body – stop doing it!  Seriously.  Just stop.

What Does a Doctor Tell You About Doing Something That Hurts?  Until It’s “Fixed” – Stop Doing It!

In fact, if you feel bad about your unwanted weight, don’t ever look in the mirror again unless you truly are feeling good about your body (and yourself) in that moment.

And if you accidentally fall back into old habits, and catch yourself looking in the mirror and seeing a “fat” and “ugly” person, stop what you’re doing and look away.  Then remind yourself that your outer world (the reality you’re seeing) is merely a reflection of your inner world (the way you’re feeling).

And give yourself a break, realizing that you must have been thinking some old thought patterns (as we all do from time to time) before you looked in the mirror.  You were only seeing, after all, what you were feeling.

Until your new reality is “I am thin” do not use a mirror to “confirm” how you look – because you won’t see “thin”.  There is no way around this, so just don’t do it.

And make sure you are reading (or re-reading) Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat to build your new, “I am thin” beliefs.  Before long you will be able to look in that mirror and love what you see!  I guarantee it.

Why You Probably Shouldn’t Look in the Mirror if You Want to Lose Your Unwanted Weight

  Quantum physics tells us that each observer has her own universe.  That’s meant to be taken literally , which means reality is completely subjective.

Reality is so subjective, in fact, that I’d be willing to bet that you have a different image of your body than almost everyone else does.

Some People’s Brains Play Horrible, Even Deadly, Tricks on Them

We’ve all heard about people who suffer from anorexia and, while I’m not qualified to speak definitely about that disorder, I do know that these folks see their body vastly differently than you and I would.  Where you and I might see a nice-looking man or woman, folks with anorexia look in the mirror and see an ugly, fat person.  Because that’s what she believes she looks like and that’s the unfortunate side of reality’s subjectivity.

And here’s where  “…each observer has her own universe…” becomes so important to embrace.  For that anorexic person I just described, since her body is ugly and fat to her, she doesn’t just “see” her body as ugly and fat, her body really is ugly and fat. To her.  But that’s all that matters, even when everyone else tells her that is it is not ugly and fat.  Because that is what she believes about her body that is her reality.

I certainly hope you don’t suffer from such a drastic body image incongruence, but I do know you have a body image of yourself that you see every time you look in the mirror.  We all do.  And that image has nothing to do with how your body “really looks”, because there is no such thing as how your body “really looks” except how you see itYour body image is your reality; you see what you believe.

How Your Body Image is Created By You and Is Yours Alone

And since what your body looks like (to you) is completely self-created, losing your unwanted weight is as much a journey to form a new body image as it is a journey to eat differently and exercise more often.  In other words, you can radically change your diet, eating only raw food like a rabbit, and also become the ultimate workout warrior, putting Jillian Michaels to shame, but without reforming your personal body image, you will still see that same overweight person when you look in the mirror.

Sound crazy?  If you believe that people with anorexia do this, isn’t it also easy to see that we all do the same thing?  We look in the mirror and we see what we believe we are.

You have unwanted weight and you’ve been eating better and exercising more often.  Yet your weight loss largely remains elusive.  You already know the reason – your body image, what you believe you look like, hasn’t changed and, until it does, all the lettuce and stairclimber workouts in the world won’t give you the body you desire.

Yikes!  Are You Sick and Tired of Seeing That Unwanted Body Staring Back at You in the Mirror Like I Was?

So what should you do, right now, to begin changing your body image?  Run, don’t walk, to Amazon to secure a copy of Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat.

And, in meantime, here is a “street level” tip that might sound elementary, but it is created straight from the amazing science of quantum physics and kick starts your mental evolution: Don’t ever look in the mirror (and assess your body) unless you feel good about yourself and your weight.

And stay tuned to this blog for more tips, techniques, and updates about using the phenomenal science of quantum physics to finally achieve your ideal body…