Guest Author - Sharon Michaels
Have you ever had a movie recommended and watched it just to see what all the fuss was about? That’s how I came to watch “What The Bleep Do We Know.” If you are interested in the power of the human mind and how it affects self-development, it’s my turn to recommend this DVD to you.
First let me say I know nothing about quantum physics. What The Bleep Do We Know isn’t a DVD for scientists; it’s for everyday people who want to understand how the human mind works to help create our day-to-day lives. Think of What The Bleep as The Secret under a fascinating scientific microscope.
My husband and I watched this DVD for the third time last night and we were both taking notes. I have five pages of notes and “aha’s.” If you’re ready to change negativity into possibility thinking, I suggest it’s time to watch What The Bleep Do We Know.
Marlee Matlin plays the main character Amanda who is negative, angry and stressed. In Amanda’s life, the glass is always half empty. Through a series of eye-opening “coincidences” she begins to see how her life can be more content, fulfilled and satisfying.
This DVD is a wonderful lesson about quantum physics and the human mind disguised as a well-made Hollywood movie. Every assertion made in What The Bleep Do We Know is backed up by scientific fact and explained in very colorful and interesting detail.
Here are some of my notes:
1. Quantum physics is the about the science of possibilities.
2. What we’ve been taught to believe and think about the world isn’t necessarily true.
3. We have been conditioned to believe the outside world creates our reality when in fact, our inside world (our thinking) creates our outside world.
4. Imagination (visualization) produces the same reaction in the brain as actually seeing the real thing does.
5. The human brain can process 2,000 bits of information per second – mostly relating to environment, our body, time, etc.
6. The brain imprints into our memory banks what it is able to see. And, we only see what we believe is possible. There is a great example of how the native Indians in the Caribbean could not see Columbus’ ships because they had no knowledge of what a ship was.
7. We should be constantly thinking in terms of possibilities.
8. A great example was given about how 800 people came to Washington, D.C. to mediate and the crime rate dropped by 25 percent. Thought and intent are everything.
9. Thoughts affect every cell in your body.
10. Memories can cloud your vision of reality.
11. The human brain doesn’t know what it is actually seeing or what is it remembering.
12. When we emotionally respond to a situation we are having a chemical response to that situation. This chemical response becomes the emotion associated with that situation. There are chemicals found within the human body for all our emotions – anger, love, fear, etc.
13. It’s how well you take care of your mind that will determine how well you take care of your body.
14. Begin seeing yourself through the eyes of the person you’ll become.
If you’re ready to understand the scientific “secret” of your mind and how it literally creates the world around you, I highly recommend What The Bleep Do We Know. I believe though you have to be in the right place at the right time in your life to truly appreciate the power of this message.
The biggest lesson I learned: We literally create our own possibilities.
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What The Bleep Do We Know
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