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Quantum thinking signifies the mind’s capacity to shift into a holistic mode, rather than linear style of thinking, to access extraordinary levels of creativity, innovation, and healing. By engaging in this type of thinking, you have the ability to draw upon an incredibly powerful, ever-present force of intelligence―referred to as the Unified Field of Intelligence or Universal Consciousness, by multiple scientists in the field of physics, including Albert Einstein.
What happens when you tap into that unparalleled force of consciousness? You’ll experience profound levels of mental clarity and creativity, in addition to better memory and improved learning abilities. Your intuition will become more acute, plus you’ll be able to connect with others on a deeper level. Quantum thinking also raises the vibrational levels of your life energy, which will result in experiencing better health and self-healing.
Can a regular person tap into Quantum thinking? Of course. It is a scientifically proven principle you can draw upon to merge the power of your subconscious with universal consciousness to tap into your intellectual superpowers. Here are some practices to assist you in achieving Quantum thinking:
Attitude is more important than your level of education, the amount of money you have, or any skills you have attained. It is more important than your personal charm or good looks. You have a choice each day regarding the attitude you embrace for that day. Your greatest freedom lies in the ability to choose your attitude no matter the circumstances.
Someone once inquired from Mother Teresa what the job description was for someone who might want to work alongside her in the grimy streets and alleys of Calcutta. Without hesitation she mentioned two things: the desire to work hard and a joyful attitude. A desire to work hard is rare, but compared to an attitude of genuine joy and gratitude, it is commonplace. Choose today to carry an attitude of joy and gratitude!
Who or what controls your attitude? Other people? Things? External circumstances? Don’t let them. You and you alone have the freedom to choose. Do something each day to stretch and grow your resolve to be optimistic about life. By doing so you will learn to flex and strengthen your attitude muscles. Don’t compare yourself to others, and yet seek out those who model a positive attitude and allow them to rub off on you.
Make a list of the top three “attitude busters” in your life. Ask someone to help you be accountable and commit to make regular attitude adjustments when needed. Find something to be grateful for in each of those areas―in fact, make a deliberate effort to get into the habit of simply saying “thank you” more often. Nothing will change until you do.
In his book The Take Action Effect, successful entrepreneur Scott Voelker, describes what he calls “niching down,” as a process of narrowing down your choices for a meaningful vocation that would elicit passion and produce personal reward. After he graduated from high school, he went to work in his father’s construction business and learned a trade. He wasn’t raised to go to college, instead he was told to get a job. So that's what he did, with the dream of one day owning his dad’s business. But he soon found out that raising kids and working more than 60 hours a week didn’t afford the freedom and flexibility he needed for raising a family.
So, he tried several side gigs, including an awkwardly bungled attempt at selling Amway, which taught him a lot about what he didn’t want to do in sales. He and his wife decided to start a part time photography business, with absolutely no experience except for some bad memories of their daughter’s photo shoots. After learning through reading books, along with much trial and error, they finally got their business rolling, and after 18 months Voelker quit his day job. They found their niche in running a successful portrait studio for a number of years, before branching out to teach online photography classes. Being an entrepreneur at heart, he soon discovered a more rewarding niche in Ecommerce and digital marketing. His mission now is to help others build online businesses that provide stability and the freedom to live life on their own terms.
Have you ever started climbing the ladder of success, only to discover the ladder was leaning against the wrong wall? If you have, don’t be discouraged. Nothing is wasted. Experience is the best teacher—but interestingly, she gives you the test first, before the lesson. You may have spent years going to school, only to land a job you hate. Who knew? Perhaps you like your job, but dislike the people or work environment; or hate your job but love the people or work environment. Know that you’re not the first person this has happened to, nor will you be the last. Lots of incredibly successful people have had multiple bad starts before finding their niche. Keep exploring and don’t give up. Here are some helpful questions to help narrow down your choices:
Your level of personal success will never exceed your level of personal development. What are you doing each day to grow? Here are the Big Five daily rituals you can begin:
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