How You Can Be As Joyful As Dr. Amit Goswami Today

amit goswami  Theoretical quantum physicist, Dr. Amit Goswami, is one of my favorite authors.  He says that you can easily tell whether you are fully present in the pre-cognitive moment.  You will feel joy.

Where and When a Conscious Creator is Most Powerful

The pre-cognitive moment, you’ll remember, is the measurable fraction of a second between the time you place your awareness on the quantum field and the time the quantum field collapses to form concrete, material objects (commanded, of course, by your expectations).

The pre-cognitive moment is a time of pure, unbridled creativity and possibility.  This moment is the place where every deliberate creator find her greatest power and influence over her material reality.

So, obviously, the pre-cognitive moment is where you want to be as often as possible. (Click that link to Tweet it)

How Will a Conscious Creator Feel if She’s Not at Her Most Powerful?

Conversely, how do you know if you are not fully present, fully alive, in the pre-cognitive moment?  You will feel anger.

Symptoms of not being at your most powerful state as a conscious creator include telling yourself stories about your life circumstances like:

  • “This isn’t supposed to be happening”
  • “Why is this happening to me?”
  • “Things never work out for me”
  • “As usual, I get the short end of the stick”
  • “Why can’t things ever work out the way I want them to”
  • “Why does this always happen to me?”
  • “I’m so sick and tired of falling short or failing”

When I find myself telling those kinds of stories a big, red light goes off and an alarm sounds.

“Red alert, Greg!  You’re telling bad-feeling stories which reinforce beliefs that don’t align with your desires.  You have a choice about the stories you tell; step back for a moment, center yourself, and tell a different, better-feeling, believable story.”

Powerful Stories Build Powerful Beliefs – Which Command Powerfully Desirable Manifestations

Remember – the better-feeling, believable story that you tell isn’t supposed to be some pie-in-the-sky story that ignores your true feelings.  The new story should acknowledge, or validate, that you don’t like your current circumstances.  But it should also recognize the inherent, unlimited possibilities always present in every moment and infuse you with hope that finding them is always possible (both in the short and long run).

As in:

“I really am not happy, in the moment, that this is happening, but I can also believe that, in this moment, I lack the long-term perspective to definitively call this “bad”.  In fact, I don’t have to call this anything; I can choose to place no value (good or bad) upon this circumstance.  In doing so, I know I leave myself open to the possibility that this circumstance might prove to be a blessing in the long run (or, at least, not as “bad” as it seems right now).”

Join me today in being alert and aware of the red-light indicators of being out of the pre-cognitive moment. (Click that link to Tweet it) Of cheating yourself out of all the possibilities present in each moment.  Of denying yourself full access to your amazing, God-given power to more fully align your life with your desires.

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

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