Sustainability and Perpetual Motion
'You might have been here before, or this site may be new to you. Either way, you'd probably love to know how the quantum world translates to life and affects the way we live it.
When I delivered my first course I'd no idea what to expect. All I knew was that the info piling up from research was pointing in one direction - towards self-management of quantum probabilities. Probability is key in the quantum world - it's like Uncertainty, only with potentials.
Uncertainty = a factor that rules out 'Law of Attraction' templates being one-size-fits-all. Advocates will tell you that wherever you concentrate your efforts of intent will deliver the desired outcome. What they fail to tell you is that honing in on a desired outcome also carries with it an associated necessity for curve-balls to ensure that the random element of chance (Uncertainty) has a hand in the proceedings. So some aspects of the vision you desperately wanted to materialise will almost certainly be things you didn't want at all.
People who take part in my courses work collaboratively to change a collective mindset. They find keys in course content that apply to their own lives, and discover how to use them - knowing in advance that the key will fit the door. The uniqueness of the key, as with all keys, ensures that their application is personal and stays that way - they don't need to share their experiences with anyone else. Instead, they choose to share generic thought tracks, which serve to strengthen a resolve to overcome difficulties together with the assurance that it can be done. The only way to cultivate sustainable positivity is to invest knowledge of personal systems into the project, and to see evidence of this approach paying off for other people; this is first-hand experiential evidence in a 'live' situation, and frankly nothing comes closer in terms of proof.
More often than not, someone soon comes out with the statement, "I had no idea that others felt like this too." Which in itself holds a key, does it not, proving the generic element has as much to do with feeling as it does with trains of thought.
Understanding where a feeling comes from is the secret to unlocking trap doors. With the help of collaborative energy, a negative culture turns into a positive one because those trap doors then remain forever unlocked. The same people who were guarding negative processes like down-time and blame-driven action (silo mentality, responsibility resistance) lose the sense of protectiveness in feeling that there was some benefit to be gained from maintaining such behaviour. They lose the sense of righteousness concerning that approach because they finally get to see the benefits of doing things differently, of sharing in positive outcomes, and ultimately of feeling good about coming to work every day. In Testimonials (the page is linked below) you'll find plenty of examples - people expressing surprise at just how much has been achieved personally and collectively.
Sustainability is a feature of Quantumology courses and to be honest I am amazed myself at how reliably this proves to be true. This week I had an email from a Headteacher who took part in a course at his school - you can read his words on this page. Almost a decade after the course was delivered, staff have not looked back and results have spoken for themselves ever since.
When I walk the dog, it's lovely to catch a sunset or see a hawk fly by, to hear skylarks proclaiming through the summer and listen to the trees whisper lullabies in autumn. Coming home to a hot drink and warm company is lovely too. There are things in life that are not so lovely, and times when familiarity gets the better of contentment. Understanding duality, uncertainty, and principles of self-management in spacetime are among the components that make change work and keep it running without effort because sustainability is like perpetual motion - it does not need exertion of force to maintain momentum. Energy has a funny way of taking care of itself.
2/4/2022 02:02:10 pm
I really appreciate the experience of reading your posts. I found myself wishing I could 'like' them ipso facto as I pretend I can avoid interacting with f******k somehow today... at least... maybe. As I go inward I suspect the feeling stems from my Applied Behavior Analysis knowledge regarding the Principle of Reinforcement, and my desire to create a neuro-chemical release in your brain resulting in a future containing continued publishing of your musings for all of us E.T., A.I., and mere Earthlings to read. Great work!💚
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Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.