Nothing is Impossible

A while a go i was just looking around in my living room, and my eye caught focus on a laminated flyer a friend gave to me some time ago. The flyer shows a beautiful picture of a flying person, underlined with the text ‘Nothing is Impossible’. And then I sarted to think: is that true?

If you look at it from a mathematical perspective, you could state that: Nothing = Impossible. So that means that ‘Nothing’ would be equal to ‘Impossible’, and this is where my mind was getting really interested.

With this statement in mind, it was my brain that took of and went going, looking for answers that would either agree or contradict this statement.

The first question, even before I could answer the main question was ‘Is it possible that Nothing really exists? Though there is a word we use, I honestly cannot imagine that there is such a thing as nothing. Even the space beyond our planet doen’st exist of nothing – though it might seem that way. Millions of small and tiny particles, such as hydrogen, and even electromagnetic radiation. This proves that there’s no nothingness in outer space.

I don’t think ‘Nothing’ can really exist. But still, just based on one argument I don’t think this would make such a profound statement, don’t you?

So what are thoughts made of? Thoughts are really electric pulses coming from your neurons in your brain, which nowadays can even be measured. But the true idea of a thought coming from nowhere is a discussion scientists are still arguing about. Where does a thought come from? And what is the deeper meaning of a thought?

If thoughts come from out of nowhere, that that would prove that ‘nothing’ would be an existence, therefore breaking the statement ‘Nothing = Impossible’ (because if it would, than Thoughts would be impossible, and we know that this is not true). So the true question is ‘Where do thoughts come from?’

After searching the web for a while, the most common answer I got to my question was one that I actually believe can be true.

Let me start from the beginning.

Back in the 19th century scientists were discussing whether or not there was a field, not visible for the naked eye, that connects us all. To prove whether it existed or not and stop the discussion, the famous Michaelson-Morley experiment. Now, this experiment was done in 1887 and the instruments that were used back then weren’t really accurate at that time. What they found was that the field didn’t exist. And this idea was generally accepted for about 100 years.

It wasn’t until 1986 that this experiment was re-done, with better equipment. And what they found out was that this field actually does exist! Scientists now agree on the existence of a unified field that links us all together.

So what does this have to do with ‘nothing = impossible’? Let me explain.

Science today states, there is a unified field linking us all together. And it’s not until now that we start to become aware of what this field really is.

We live in a magnificent time. A time where changes are happening so rapidly – both internal as external – that we are slowly moving towards a consciousness shift. The way we perceive ourselves and others around us is changing on such a profound way, that our actual outer world is being changed by our perceptions.

Take a look at what is going on in the world – Egypt, Libya, and other countries becoming aware of their possibilities and their potential.

Our Earth as well is going through a cycle-shift. Hurricanes, volcano eruptions, landslides. There’s so much going on, it’s hard not to realize things are changing.

People are growing more awareness and with this awareness it’s that we discover that it’s our minds, and moreover our hearths that ‘control’ the outcome of our lives.

It’s a commong saying that ‘if you put your mind into it, you can do virtually anything’ (I remember that in the movie Back to the Future this was also said). Well, it’s not only your mind that you put into it, that make things happen and realize, it’s also your heart. We are now discovering that emotion and feelings are a huge catalyst in manifesting change and reaching goals.

And I think it’s the unified field that we pour out of when we come up with an idea or an emotion to improve our life. Just imagine, what if there is this huge quantum-soup of everything we’re knowing (and not yet knowing) that we can dig into and come up with new thoughts, ideas and concepts to prosper from.

This unified field is a two-way street, and it allows us to receive information from as well as send information to. So whatever you’re thinking or feeling (especially when you do it with an intention), it’s the field that enables your thoughts into manifestation.

Like I said, scientists agree on the existence of this field and most scientists have found name for this field, vaying from ‘The Quantum Hologram’ to ‘The Mind of God’. I think this is what ancient spiritual traditions (known today as religion) meant by ‘God’ – though that is material for yet another article.

With this in mind, we can say that thoughts don’t come out of nowhere, but that they’re accessible from somewhere, showing that on the subject of thoughts, nothing is not there.

It might not be easy to adapt the concept of ‘Nothing is impossible’ (surely you might think of arguments like ‘but we don’t know how to fly or teleport’), but I think that this is only knowledge that we don’t know how to use yet.

Imagine how your life would be if you took in this idea of nothing is impossible. What would you do? How would your life look like?

Think of the wishes you (once) had, and that maybe you put away somewhere deep inside your mind, or even let go of when you were groing up.

Those wishes, those dreams can still be made real.

I came up with a great and short statement that empowers me to fulfill my potential and start living my life the way I want it to be.

This statement is

 

Design your Life

 

I’m convinced that life isn’t run on auto-predestined-pilot. And instead of the external factors controlling our internal life, it’s our internal system that controls our external outcome.

So, as of today, you have the option to re-find your dreams, your wishes and make them a goal and start taking steps towards them.

Why should you do this?

Because ‘Nothing is Impossible’

 

To our success.

Robert

Dream On

In the film ‘Inception’ Leonardo DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb, a guy who steals valuable and secret information from someone’s mind by getting into their dreams and influences the way they behave in that dream. To make things even more complicated, Dom is challenged to infiltrate deep into the mind of the subject, and the way he’s doing this is to create several layers of dreams in which he can manipulate the subject’s subconscious: A dream within a dream within a dream.

Now that got me thinking. How do you know when you’re dreaming and when you’re actually awake? I mean, when you’re dreaming, you’re vividly imagining the things in your dream (people, animals, buildings) to be real.

They’re so alive, that even your body responds to your mind’s subconscious freestyles: your repertory rises, your blood pressure either drops or increases, you might even wake up sweaty and all, realizing that you’ve just been dreaming so vividly, you’d swear it was real.

Science today now researches the similarities and the differences between what we think is real and what is fiction. If there’s a gap, then how big is it, and if there isn’t, then what would that mean for our personal lives, our relationships, our careers, our health, and in the end, our total view of life itself?

With the new sciences of quantum physics and string theory, we’re now investigating on bot a micro-level as well as on a macro-level how we can shape our life exactly the way we want it.

You see, here’s the thing about those new sciences:

They say that your mind is the catalyst of everything happening in your world. In other words: whatever you focus on in your mind, you’ll find outside of it.

Now this may sounds like a quote from a hippy, but the interesting thing is that we’ve got so many proof of it, we can’t deny it.

Think back of this: you probably remember a time in which you were madly in love with someone. That beauty and you were so over each other, the world seemed to vanish when you two were together. And perhaps you even went out for a romantic dinner at one point, and with the pleasure of a nice wine and the staring of each others twinkles in both your eyes, you heard the sweeping notes of a tune that would remember you that moment for the rest of your life.

As time passed by, you and your beloved shared some good moments, some bad, and possibly even some rocky ones. And if you’re one of those fortunate people who had the privilege to make a giant leap in your personal development from this last one, you might remember the moment after your break-up in which you heard nothing but that one particular song, that would remind you of those good, bad and rocky moments you had with your love.

Everywhere you’d go, you’d here that song, putting its musical fingers on the sore spot of your heart, triggering memories and feelings you rather leave in the past.

You remember that feeling? All right, so let’s step out of that now, because it’s more of an example to point out what I’m about to say, than to get you sad and depressed.

So take a deep breath in, firmly breath out and with every breath you clap your hands together saying the word CHANGE out loud. If you do this three times, a state change will happen and your focus is here on the digital paper.

Now your mind was so powerful just now, it reconstructed part of your memory. With pictures and emotions, leaving no detail unseen. But the most interesting thing is this:

The focus you had on the song at the time you made the connection in your subconscious was so strong, that it created an a powerful anchor that made you hear that same song everywhere you’d go after that break up. Why?

Because that’s what you were looking for!

Our mind sees, hears and feels what it focuses on. And with nearly 4 billion bits of information coming in every second, and being able to ‘only’ process about 3 million of then, your mind filters out the pieces that aren’t necessary to perceive.

With this said, we can establish that your mind works like a homing pigeon. It goes straightly for its objective, neglecting the pieces of the environment that aren’t important.

You’re with me so far? Okay, let’s get back to the dreaming.

When we’re in a dream state, our subconscious mind creates a world so exquisite, it resembles the ‘real’ world, as we know it consciously perfectly. Every detail that is important to dream about is filled in by your subconscious mind, as you slowly go deeper into your dream.

Time doesn’t seem to exist, and if it does, then it definitely runs slower in your dreams than it does in real life: you can have an adventure from A to Z in just ten minutes!

When we’re asleep, we can create anything and everything we want.

So how would that be if we’d be able to do the same thing when we’re awake?

If we focus on the things that are important to us and we are automatically attracted towards it like a homing pigeon, then what should we be thinking about in order to upgrade the areas of our life a couple levels?

How would you want your financial situation to be? Or the relationships with your spouse? What kind of job would you have, in order to be in that state of happiness and fulfillment constantly?

It’s as if you take a blank piece of paper and a set of colorful pencils to draw your ideal life. How cool’s that?

You see, you can have the life you really want. Without all the restrictions that otherwise would hold you back in ‘normal’ life.

Now I don’t want to sound like a hippy, and proclaim that with just a thought you can change the world, but you must realize that this is where it starts. You change your outer world by changing your inner world.

So… think about how you want your ideal life to look like. Or better yet, dream about it.

To our success,

Robert