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“To create reality, focus beyond the outcome, as if it has already happened.”

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“The great challenges of life appear to us when, and only when, we have everything we need to survive and heal from the experience.”

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“According to Bohr and Heisenberg, the universe exists as an infinite number of overlapping possibilities.”

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“Ancient spiritual traditions remind us that in each moment of the day, we make the choices that either affirm or deny our lives.

Every second we choose to nourish ourselves in a way that supports or depletes our lives; to breathe deep and life-affirming breaths or shallow, life-denying ones; and to think and speak about other people in a manner that is honoring or dishonoring.”

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“Because it doesn’t stop, it’s impossible for us to ever be passive observers on the sidelines of life. If we’re conscious, by definition, we’re creating.”

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“Because of the nature of a hologram, a change on any level is reflected throughout the whole.”

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“Both science and mysticism describe a force that connects everything together and gives us the power to influence how matter behaves — and reality itself — simply through the way we perceive the world around us.”

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“Different intentions produced different effects.”

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“Each of us is whole and complete unto ourselves.”

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“Even though we may be physically separated from one another, we can still be in instantaneous communication.”

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“Herein lies the key to understanding what quantum physics is really saying to us about our power in the universe. Our world, our lives, and our bodies exist as they do because they were chosen (imagined) from the world of quantum possibilities.

If we want to change any of these things, we must first see them in a new way — to do so is to pick them from a 'soup' of many possibilities.”

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“I’ve written this book for one reason: to offer a sense of hope, possibility, and empowerment in a world that often makes us feel small, ineffective, and helpless.”

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“If all of the dos and don’ts of quantum possibilities are true and emotion is the key to choosing reality, then the question is: How do we feel as if something has happened when the person next to us stares us squarely in the face and says that it hasn’t?”

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“If everything we do and create is done to the best of our ability, then until we compare it to something else, how can it be anything less than great?”

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“In a participatory universe of our making, why should we expect it to be difficult to have the power to create?”

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“In our beliefs about who we are, what we have and don’t have, and what should and shouldn’t be, we breathe life into our greatest joys as well as our darkest moments.”

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“In the teachings of Mahayana Buddhism, it’s believed that reality can exist only where our mind creates a focus.”

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“It’s all about our power to focus consciousness, which is the great secret of some of our most ancient and cherished traditions.”

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“Man did not weave the web of life — he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.”

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“Manifestation begins with the willingness to make room in our beliefs for something that supposedly doesn’t exist. We create that 'something' through the force of consciousness and awareness.”

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“Observation is an act of creation, and that consciousness is doing the creating.”

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“One day in the dojo (the martial arts studio) before our karate class began, I witnessed the power of a concentrated focus unlike anything that I’d ever seen growing up in the heartland of northern Missouri.

On that day, our instructor walked into the room and asked us to do something very different from the form and movement practices that were familiar to us. He explained that he would seat himself in the center of the thick mat where we honed our skills, close his eyes, and go into a meditation.

During this exercise, he would stretch his arms out on either side of his body, with his palms open and facedown. He asked us to give him a couple of minutes to 'anchor' himself in this T position and then invited us to do anything that we could to move him from his place.

The men in our class outnumbered the women by about two to one, and there had always been a friendly competition between the sexes. On that day, however, there was no such division. Together, we all sat close to our instructor, silent and motionless.

We watched as he simply walked to the center of the mat, sat down with his legs crossed, closed his eyes, held out his arms, and changed his breathing pattern. I remember that I was fascinated and observed closely as his chest swelled and shrank, slower and slower with each breath until it was hard to tell that he was breathing at all.

With a nod of agreement, we moved closer and tried to move our instructor from his place. At first, we thought that this was going to be an easy exercise, and only a few of us tried. As we grabbed his arms and legs, we pushed and pulled in different directions with absolutely no success.

Amazed, we changed our strategy and gathered on one side of him to use our combined weight to force him in the opposite direction. Still, we couldn’t even budge his arms or the fingers on his hands!

After a few moments, he took a deep breath, opened his eyes, and with the gentle humor we’d come to respect, he asked, “What happened? How come I’m still sitting here?”

After a big laugh that eased the tension and with a familiar gleam in his eyes, he explained what had just happened. “When I closed my eyes,” he said, “I had a vision that was like a dream, and that dream became my reality. I pictured two mountains, one on either side of my body, and myself on the ground between the peaks.”

As he spoke, I immediately saw the image in my mind’s eye and felt that he was somehow imbuing us with a direct experience of his vision. “Attached to each of my arms,” he continued, “I saw a chain that bound me to the top of each mountain. As long as the chains were there, I was connected to the mountains in a way that nothing could change.”

Our instructor looked around at the faces that were riveted on each word he was sharing. With a big grin, he concluded, “Not even a classroom full of my best students could change my dream.”

Through a brief demonstration in a martial-arts classroom, this beautiful man had just given each of us a direct sense of the power to redefine our relationship to the world. The lesson was less about reacting to what the world was showing us and more about creating our own rules for what we choose to experience.

The secret here is that our instructor was experiencing himself from the perspective that he was already fixed in one place on that mat. In those moments, he was living from the outcome of his meditation.

Until he chose to break the chains in his imagination, nothing could move him. And that’s precisely what we found out.”

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“One person must choose a new way of being and live that difference in the presence of others.”

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“Similar to observers in the Copenhagen interpretation, we only see the possibility we focus on. And that’s the key to locking that particular possibility into place as 'reality'.”

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“That possibility suggests that we are part of a much greater system of many realities, within realities, within other realities. In this system, our world could be considered a shadow or a projection of events that are happening in a deeper, underlying reality.

What we see as our universe is really us — our individual and collective minds—transforming the possibilities of the deeper realms into physical reality.”

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“The activities of every day can’t be separate from our spiritual evolution — they are our spiritual evolution!”

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“The distinction between what is real and what is imaginary is not one that can be finely maintained. All existing things are imaginary.”

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“The focus of our awareness becomes the reality of our world.”

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“The more energy a probability requires, the more unstable it really is.”

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“The object of our attention becomes the reality of our world.”

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