Once upon a time there was this group of scientists. These were different from the scientists I talked about in yesterday’s email, but they had a similar problem.
Yesterday’s problem was understanding how something worked. How reality was actually unfolding itself.
Today’s story is about how these scientists had a pretty good idea of what was happening, only they were having a bit of trouble describing it, in terms of mathematics as scientists are prone to do.
What they were studying was solid state physics. The kind of physics that allows for superconducting material, and various chip technology that makes pretty much all of our gadgets affordable and possible.
But in order use something in reality, for your own benefit, and the benefit of others, you’ve got to understand, with scientific precision, how it actually works, right?
See, these guys were looking at these huge (and I mean huge) numbers of atomic particles all crammed in a very tight space.
And in order to be able to use this with any kind of benefits, they had to describe what was happening.
And in order to do that, they had to make true assumptions, place some mathematics on top of their assumptions, to predict what would happen.
Or so they thought.
They were trying to describe the movement of each and every particle, and then add up all those equations to describe that chunk of stuff they were looking at.
They quickly realized that even the fastest supercomputer wouldn’t have a chance.
The one, outside-the-box-thinker, had a brilliant plant. See, for every 99 particles, there was one hole where there wasn’t a particle.
His idea was to, instead of calculating all the math for the particles, to instead assume there were just a few “holes” moving around.
At first, they thought he was nuts. Holes? The absence of anything? That didn’t make any sense.
Until they tried it out, and found it worked beautifully.
Moral of the story?
When you’re looking out into reality, you don’t really need to have an accurate model of what’s going on. In fact, you can pretty much make up any meaning you want, and use your own, self-generated meaning to get whatever you want out of life.
You’ll find it makes things much, much easier. That red light doesn’t mean you’re going to be late, it means that God wants you to stop and appreciate all the beauty around you.
The girl that didn’t give you her phone number doesn’t mean you’re not attractive, it means there’s somebody out there BETTER than you otherwise would have missed.
Not getting that job doesn’t mean you’re going to end up homeless, it means that you are only just beginning to find your true purpose in life, which can make you MILLIONS.
Luckily, there’s a set of tools that will help you create beliefs at will, so getting whatever you want will seem automatic and natural.
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