A meeting with Nix is always a pleasure, but this New Years Day was particularly special. Our conversation led to one of those Eureka moments you only get from sharing instant thoughts with another on the same wave, with the realisation that everything of value comes from the Universe in a Trinity. Conceive the thing you need (this has to be a need or the system won't work and you'll have to go out and buy it from a megarich corporate waiting to pander to everything you heart desires but doesn't need). Believe the thing to be there, somewhere close by in the quantum soup of possibilities. Then look and you shall find what you wanted to Receive in some form (not exactly as you expected - the Uncertainty Principle ensures this).
I then found that our Eureka moment had already been given to someone else!
If we all stopped worrying about what we haven't got and work on improving our awareness of personal input in our singular world (and let's face it we can all be a bit useless at that level of responsibility from time to time!), we've got a much better chance of improving our lot and sending appreciation back to the Universe we're beholden to for putting us here, which is needed to keep love symbiotic.
Seems to me like that's a fine idea, and having a Trinity to work with brings faith one step closer to the science of what really happens in a world where everything that can happen is sure to in some form, depending on how well we ride the wave. Happy surfing! xxx
P.S. Face cream adverts make you think about what you haven't got, and what's wrong with you that needs putting right. All the things that are lovely about you get overlooked when you're thinking only about the bad stuff, so those lovely things fade because they're not being observed. Don't listen to the advertising, it'll only make you wonder why life isn't better, and stop you from seeing what it really is. Thanks to another conversation at 2am this morning. Cheers, Happy New Year xxx
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met quantum mechanics in 1997 and pledged allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies. For professional testimonials please see Programmes.