You’ve Been “Channeling” All the Time and Didn’t Even Realize It

channeling  Some of my first forays into learning to create my own reality was through reading “channeled” books by Esther Hicks.  I almost didn’t read Ask and It is Given, though, because Esther Hicks wrote that she was channeling a non-physical entity called Abraham.  Channeling sounded too “out there” for me and, to be honest, the only reason I read it was because Wayne Dyer wrote the forward and I admire Dr. Dyer very much.

I love Ask and It is Given and I’m glad I read it.  Of course, my own writing about creating a reality to better match your desires is inspired by quantum physics, but the Hicks and others who channel (like the Seth books, for example) are, in my experience, teaching accurate things.  At least from what I’ve read thus far.

I Don’t Call it Abraham, But I Access What I Believe to Be the Same Source of Inspiration

Since that time I have come to my own understanding of channeling and I’m here to tell you that I think the concept is something we can address and explain scientifically.  In fact, I believe we all channel every day; channeling is actually not some paranormal or mystical idea.

In my soon-to-be released new book, I specifically teach about fully engaging something psychologists have been writing about since the late 1960’s which I believe explains channeling.  It is called the precognitive moment and the precognitive moment is a measurable fraction of a second between the time we place our awareness on the quantum field of unformed sub-atomic particles and the time our neural patterns of habitual thought kick in and command the quantum field to form our material reality from the quantum field.

It is during this precognitive moment that we have true access to amazing freedom, abundant creativity, and unlimited possibilities because during this fraction of a second we actually have access to the quantum field of unformed particles (and those characteristics I just listed are all qualities of the quantum field).

Stephen King is a Channeler?

I now understand that the precognitive moment is where any creative process is found and it’s the source of all of our creative “juice”.  Artists, writers, thinkers, dreamers, etc. are all tapped into this resource, whether consciously or not.  And I firmly believe that a more practiced access to the quantum field is what is happening for people who “channel”.

In fact, when I am “in the zone” while writing, I often feel that my words are coming to me from a source other than my normal neural patterns of habitual thought – from the precognitive moment.  I get the sensation that my hands have become a conduit for the energy of unlimited potential of the quantum field.  Am I channeling?  I don’t call it that, but I believe I (like anyone else) am experiencing the same phenomenon that channelers are describing.

You Can Learn to Lose Yourself and Find Your Greatest Source of Creativity

And I know you experience this phenomenon too.  Any time you lose yourself in something you are doing, you, too, are fully engaged in the precognitive moment and are also doing what someone might call channeling.  You just probably don’t label it as such.

The best news is that access to the precognitive moment is something that you can strengthen with practice.  I teach you how to do that in Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat and, also, in my new, soon-to-be-released book.

And stay tuned to this blog for more information about how to use quantum physics to deliberately create a better material reality for yourself…

Did You Know You Were Born With a Built-In Thermometer?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  I have explained, of course, in this blog that your beliefs create your expectations, and that your expectations create your physical experiences. Your beliefs are powerful and necessary things for the human experience; they are the internal “drivers” of your expectations that you will now learn to change and, when changed, will, literally, create a new universe for you to see. And your feelings are also powerful and necessary things for the human experience as well – they are actually tools that you can learn to use with great effectiveness.

Your feelings, once de-personalized, are amazing tools for you because they serve as the “thermometers” of your beliefs.  Thermometers are pretty handy tools for knowing whether your body has a fever or not, aren’t they? Your feelings are your built-in thermometers which tell you if your beliefs are currently serving your attainment of your dreams and desires, because they tell you if your beliefs are in congruence with your desires. What a great untapped asset!

In other words, your feelings tell you whether your current belief(s) match up with your desired outcomes. If you feel good about something that is your best sign that your current belief about that is a positive one and is aligned with your desired outcomes. And the opposite is also true. When you feel bad about something you can be pretty sure you hold a current belief about that is negative and/or not aligned with your desired outcomes. As you’ve learned, quantum physics teaches you that your beliefs create your expectations and your expectations create your reality. So paying attention to your feelings, yet taking away their power over your state of being by looking at them objectively, has amazing power! Your feelings are letting you know what your current beliefs are and, thus, give you an opportunity to change those beliefs when you find they are not serving your realization of your goals.

And stay tuned to this blog to learn more about how to de-personalize your feelings…

How Can A Fish Can Teach You About Changing Why You Do Things the Way You Do Them?

goldfish2  The following is an excerpt from my new book, which I plan to publish in early 2013:

One way I’ve found helpful to envision a paradigm is as a fish tank.  And within this fish tank you are the fish.   Of course, an actual fish would not only have no cause to reflect on why she is in her particular fish tank, but she would also have no ability to do so.  Unless this fish was a character from the Disney movie, Finding Nemo.

But just as paradigms do for you, all the reasons why a fish does the things the way she does them is governed and dictated by the unique fish tank in which she lives.  Why does she swim in the particular routine she always does?  Why does she sleep where and when she does?  Why does she eat where and when she does?  The unique fish tank she inhabits is the reason.

The fish tank in our metaphor is the home to a little fish named Splash, who has a burning desire to become a powerful deep-ocean swimmer.  Given her dream, Splash investigates what she’ll need to do to reform herself and her swimming abilities to achieve her goals.  Splash finds a great book full of expert instruction, written by a champion tuna living in the Atlantic Ocean.  The tuna’s workout program provides Splash with step-by-step instructions which, when followed faithfully, promise to transform any fish into an open-ocean powerhouse.

After a restful night’s sleep, Splash jumps out of her bed because she is so excited to begin the program.  Already brimming with desire to achieve her dreams, Splash bubbles with anticipation because she not only has the willingness to work hard, but now she also has the expert instruction she needs to reach her goal.

But after following the tuna’s program for a month, Splash has only made minor progress toward her goal.  She has worked diligently every day, following all the instructions to the letter, and her intense desire to achieve her goal has never wavered.  Yet she has failed to reach her intended outcome; Splash is still the same little swimmer she was when she started.  In despair, Splash gives up and, with a tear, sadly declares to herself, “I guess I’m just not cut out to be a deep-sea swimmer.”

Splash tries to move on with her life, resigned to her fate.  But, as is usually the case with our deep desires, Splash is never really able to say goodbye to her dreams; no matter how much she tells herself that deep-sea swimming is not her “destiny”, that dream remains.  So when Splash happens across another program, written by a famous porpoise, a month later, she gets excited and rekindles her resolve to achieve her goal.  “I must have had the wrong book last time,” Splash enthusiastically tells herself after reading through the porpoise’s program.

Splash does exactly the same thing this time as the last; powered by her renewed excitement and feverish desire, she once again works diligently each day, follows every one of the porpoise’s instructions exactly, and never doubts that she will reach her goal.  Yet, once again, after a month and a half this time, Splash is forced to accept that she has failed again.  Notice that she now feels like a failure; she’s not just sad, she’s now blaming herself.  And she doesn’t just suffer tears this time.  Splash spends two days holed up in the corner of her fish tank soothing her wounded psyche with chocolate ice cream.

Stay tuned to this blog to discover what happens to Splash next…