“Thought creates our world and then says “I didn’t do it!”.— David Bohm
The title of this blog is a quote from David Bohm, one of the most influential physicists of the 20th century and a front runner in the field of quantum physics.
What Bohm is pointing to is that the e-mail I got from my boss had no meaning, until I gave it my unique meaning. The competitor moving in across the street means nothing, until I give it meaning. The down turn in the market means nothing, until I create a meaning for it, and so, therefore, all these feelings that go against my success have been caused by my thoughts, not by events.
We, as a collective culture, have bought into the belief that events and people can make us feel and act a certain way. This belief is the biggest obstacle between having an ok business, an ok career or an ok life and having a fantastic innovative business, a shy rocketing career and an blissful life.
And once we don’t, the biocomputer can now be used for what it was intended to be used for: to get you what you really want.
The most important relationship you’ll ever have is the relationship with your own thinking.
Question your thinking.