Bill Gates Actually Crowned the King After He Was Already Dead

King is Dead  In 1996, Bill Gates famously said, “Content is king.”  The phrase has entered our lexicon permanently and is now almost overused.

“Content is king” was written by Bill Gates in reference to what will conquer the Internet.  Yet there is another area where content has always been king – content has long been king regarding how humans understand the true nature of reality.

And, even more importantly for us, content has long been king in regards to how humans understand their role in how reality is experienced and formed.

It’s Really Issac Newton Who Crowned the King

Humans have, you see, have used Newtonian paradigms for hundreds of years.  Paradigms from Newtonian physics have guided the reasons people do things the way they do them since the first scientific revolution.

In other words, our actions and the motivations behind them have been directed and dictated by Newtonian paradigms like:

  • Cause-and-Effect
  • The Detached Observer

With those two paradigms, content really is king.  With those paradigms, “things”, or material experiences, have pre-determined characteristics; material reality merely awaits our discovery in a pre-determined state about which we can do very little.  Except, of course, try to change, or alter, that material reality to conform to our desires.

In Newtonian Paradigms, You Must Fix the “Thing”, Itself, If It Is Displeasing You

Thus when content is king, as happens when using Newtonian paradigms to guide our actions, we expend our energy attempting to manipulate and reform all the “things” which displease us.  In our efforts to be pleased by material experiences, for example, we will change our:

  • Job
  • Partner
  • House
  • Car
  • Body
  • Friends
  • Hairstyle

And how well does that work, really?

Quantum Paradigms, However, Are So Much More Powerful Than Some Goofy King

Quantum paradigms offer us a different way, a way that is infinitely more precisely and reliably descriptive of how our universe really works.  A way so much more aligned with the true nature of reality.

Quantum paradigms show us that content is absolutely not king.  In fact, quantum paradigms reveal something much more powerful than a mere king.

Quantum paradigms teach us that context is God.

The King is Dead; Long Live the King!

Because quantum paradigms allow your actions to be directed by the very nature of how our universe actually functions.  Paradigms such as:

  • Non-Causality
  • The Entangled Observer

With quantum paradigms context is God because they allow us to utilize what we now know about “things” or material experiences.  Material reality does not have pre-determined meaning and value; material experiences do not await our discovery in a predetermined state.  It is us, the observers, who, in fact, create the meaning and value of every material experience in context with our beliefs and with the “thing’s” construct.

Kings Are So Passe Anyway, Right?

Context is God, my friend.  The king is dead.

Don’t believe me?  Play “Grow a Greater You” and feel the power of quantum paradigms.  You’ll never bow to the old king again!

And stay tuned to this site for more tips and techniques for using quantum paradigms to align your beliefs with your desires and live a life of your dreams…

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  1. I like this revolution. Count me in. 🙂

    So the king is now gone. I guess that means he lost his head? It’s ironic that “content” tends to rule us when we are too much inside our heads, trying to figure things out objectively according to the old Newtonian paradigm.

    But when we lose our heads (so to speak) and shift into the new Quantum paradigm in which our feelings are as relevant as our thinking (if not more so) then we free ourselves from the rule of “content” and grow into the greater power that “context” opens up for us.

    Very inspiring, Greg. Thank you.

    • Thank you, Steve, for allowing me to inspire you.

      I love what you’ve shared about feelings. Learning to pay attention to them, be completely honest about them, and acknowledging them means we are 100% always telling the best-feeling story possible (because it cannot be too-positive or too-negative with the rule of complete honesty) and 100% always making that story believable (because we are becoming completely authentic about how we truly feel with this rule).

      How can we lose? I know “what” we lose, though – the Neanderthal paradigm of “the gift is only found at the end of the journey.”

      Thank you, my friend, for your encouragement.

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