In 1925, pioneering quantum physicist Werner Heisenberg formulated what came to be called the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: Measuring or even observing anything changes it because of the principle of entanglement with its environment. Merely looking at anything changes it to some degree. It has since been found that simply thinking about something changes it and that there is no reason for time to flow from past to present—it can go the other way, too—and that is one of the reasons why my “quantum affirmations” technique works so well.
The point is to visualize, with confidence, what you would like to manifest, and not be in a state of anxiety about a fantasy future that is fraught with disasters, but be completely immersed in a different fantasy future reality in which, yes, there are problems. But they are the problems that accompany the realization of the desired future.
What is the worst that can happen? That this more positive future will not transpire? If that is the case, and I don’t believe that it will be, even if disaster strikes, who is going to be better prepared to deal with it? Is it the person who’s spent sleepless nights and worried days paralyzed by fear? Or is it the well-rested person whose mind has been calmed and expanded by visiting a world above his pay grade, and is more self-confident and better able to relate to his superiors’ positions, thereby mitigating the negative consequences?
And the best that can happen? Even if you’re not a quantum physicist and don’t understand that “quantum affirmations” can change the future (and maybe even the past!), I’m sure you can see how living fully and without doubt in the world of the positive affirmation will not only ensure health and a new way of looking at things, it will also make a person alert to new opportunities. This visit to the “fantasy” world would have prepared a person to see opportunities that would otherwise be overlooked, especially because of the sleep-deprived worry state and the distraction that worry causes.
Monte’s books and tools are available in his Enchanted World Emporium in East Hampton, 8 Main Street. Call 631-324 7695.