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  1. If you address such a question to the natural sciences, it leads to a logical contradiction. In essence, you are asking: “If we assume that the basic postulates of physics are incorrect, then how does physics explain…”�

    It is even easier to understand this with the example of mathematics. “If 2+2 is not equal to 4, then what is 7*8?” Interestingly, no one forbids you to build an algebra where 2+2 is really not equal to 4. But to know what is 7*8, you need to analyze the whole alternative axiomatics, and not just reject the old one. With physics, this is much more difficult to do than with mathematics, since the latter is an abstract science. The new physics will have to describe all existing experiments to date.

    When you ask “from a physical point of view”, this means that we will proceed from the postulates of physics that are currently in it. If you want to reject them, then suggest new ones.

  2. If we assume that we form the material world around us through thought, it's fun, but nothing more. This is a “zelandschina” of pure water. It has nothing to do with the scientific validity that you need, as I understand it. If you try to justify it scientifically, it is not thoughts that shape our reality, but concentration on goals and active actions. Seriously, at least imagine a million dollars — it will not appear “suddenly”. And competent goal setting is a really effective way to materialize thoughts. But, of course, you can express a lot of interesting thoughts about “balance in the universe”, “excess potentials” and other esoteric “thoughts”.

  3. For some reason, I first thought about Maslow and his pyramid. There is a need, there are thoughts about how to meet it. As a result, it is not a thought that materializes, but a need, although a thought can probably also be materialized….

  4. To these and many other questions of this kind, a very good answer is given by the book : John Kehoe “The Subconscious mind can do anything”.

  5. I can “from other points of view”. There is such a different point of view that each person “personally” creates his own personal universe around him. It contains what his mind is focused on. If a person is focused on all sorts of unpleasant stuff – he will live in an unpleasant world. If he is focused on making money, he will get it. Yacht dachapost of minister – whatever. There is one problem. Everything doesn't work out instantly, because our world is very material. Matter is a heavy, inert substance. It takes time for it to take on the forms that thought takes in an instant. The intensity of thought in one direction or another is also very important. Once a month to think that it would be nice to dig up a denzhat is not enough for their mass appearance in life. Also important are backsteps from the series “I can't do anything”, “who am I kidding, I'm good for nothing” , and so on. As you decide, so it will be.�

    Imagine this picture. You are a lamp. You emit light. The space around you is flooded with the light that you emit. If you want to see the world green, radiate green. Red will prevent the world around you from turning green, but you don't need to radiate red. To achieve maximum results, find those lights that also emit green. They make it easier to achieve your goals together. Make less contact with lamps that emit light of a different color. Although sometimes because of the mixing of colors, something interesting can be born.

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