houghts become things. This is manifestly true. I am sitting on a chair right now.
It began as a thought in someone’s mind; every detail of it—the frame, the fabric, the curves, the color—was first a thought.
Thoughts become things. This is manifestly untrue.
I will never be a quarterback for the National Football League, no matter how earnestly I think about it. I will never be 16 years old again. I will never pilot the Starship Enterprise.
Between the ways in which thoughts become things and the ways in which thoughts can never become things is a wide middle ground.
Because we want to be able to create to the outermost limits of our thought, expanding our lives to the limits of our potential.
We want to be as happy, healthy, wealthy, wise, fulfilled, creative, and loved as possible.
However, we also don’t want to chase pipe dreams, thoughts that are never going to become things.
When we apply the rigorous standards of science to the inquiry, that middle ground turns out to be enormous.
Research shows us that with thought, used deliberately, we can create things beyond the ordinary.
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