SPEAK IN INTENDED OUTCOMES
The previous post introduced the concept of a holographic reality. This post discusses the language and commands and how to use them.
First, I’ll define intention.
Intention is a state of being wherein you commit to a specific course of action or a desired outcome. From a physical perspective intention is the information that precedes and directs the energy that creates action. In physics, it would correspond to a vector or a coordinate within a three-dimensional grid, or the wave function within a field. (the reason for the math references will become apparent later).
Next, let’s assume that I create my intention with thoughts and convey my intention with words.
Hmm….funny, I think I heard that somewhere before…”and God said let there be light, and there was light”, or how about this one “…and God said it was good.”
Maybe this isn’t such a new theory after all. But I digress.
Now that I’ve established that my intention is the information and my words are the commands I can see how easy it is to make a mess. Thank God there’s some sort of delay built into the system because it would be quite the scene if every thought in my head immediately populated my reality.
If thoughts and words are the basis of reality, then it would be wise for me to watch what I think and choose my words wisely.
Watch what I think implies three things.
Choosing my words wisely implies two more things.
How do I speak in intended outcomes? I use affirmative phrases to express the desired end state. For example, if I desire an ice cream cone I say, “I desire an ice cream cone.” It does me no good to say, “I want an ice cream cone,” because that is my current undesired state. Wanting an ice cream cone is the same as not having it. When I say “I want” it simply commands reality to maintain the condition of lacking ice cream cones.
And that brings up the topic for my next point. What happens if my head is full of negative thoughts and my speech is filled with negative talk?
How do I clean up my thoughts? That’s the topic for the next post.
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Matthew H. Evenhouse, MD is a board-certified Emergency Physician, published author, private pilot and international educator.