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  1. In the form in which it is presented by esotericists – of course not.

    Thoughts are not material. Visualizing goals is also nonsense. The universe has not helped you and will not help you.

    All this is nonsense, but only at the level of explanations that we can get from parapsychologists.

    But these phenomena do occur.

    Visualization of the goal and clear statement of desires allow us not to lose motivation on the way to a delayed reward, not to break the plan that we have come up with for ourselves.

    And it's really useful.

    Not knowing what you want leads to procrastination.

    It's simple: why should I do something that is not clear when it will lead to something that is not clear?

    The result is not clear.

    To regulate our behavior, it is very important to reward ourselves and remind ourselves of why we are doing what we are doing.

    And discard esoteric explanations.

  2. For me, this statement is about the fact that if you know what you want, then you are much more likely to get it. A clear and precise formulation of your desire already brings you closer to its realization. Knowing what you need, you consciously and unconsciously find the resources and moves that allow you to get it. This is how materialization “works”, and there is no mysticism here.

    On the other hand, there are strange things when you suddenly want to see someone, for example, and soon accidentally meet them. Or you want ice cream and they suddenly offer it to you. This does happen sometimes. It seems to me that such phenomena indicate a certain attunement with the environment, with the energy around. But I am not aware of any scientific research on this topic.

    In any case, it's always good to know what you want 🙂

  3. The most interesting thing is to read the answers to your question) This can be compared to the fact that immediately after the discovery of electricity, people would write questions about this phenomenon ( such as – is it true that there is electricity?), and the answers would be the same – ” yes, it's true. Half of it is not fiction. Now, after a hundred years, is such a question relevant? It is the same with the materialization of thoughts. Refer to the quantum effects of nonlocality, the observer effect, recall the proven facts of the placebo effect and the answer will be obvious. Those who do not believe in it are guided either by their personal faith or by outdated scientific data. Unfortunately, these people can't be persuaded, and they don't need to be.

  4. 1) This is not a theory, but a hypothesis. The difference between hypotheses and theories is that theories are statements that have justifications-more or less convincing, and hypotheses are some kind of mind-building that stems more from general ideas about the harmony of the world, guesses.

    2) Conduct an experiment yourself and check whether this hypothesis is true or not. If you sit and do nothing, “visualizing” how you get a million dollars, will you get it or not?

  5. Any achievement is the fruit of mental work. A complex recognition, a noble act, a career leap, a joyful acquisition, anything else-the beginnings of all these achievements have arisen in the psyche, in mental activity, in motivation and personal characteristics. In today's conversation, I want to determine the relationship between you and the subject of what you want. This connection exists. You wanted something, you got it. What is between you and the object of desire? What is the difference between you and what you never managed to implement? What do these connections consist of? How can we strengthen/weaken them? Can we use our thoughts and intentions to form the right field around us? Or is our whole life just a series of accidents and coincidences, a temporary period of hard, thankless work before jumping into the unknown?

    Dreams from nothing

    Literally. Look at any object. Right now. Whatever it consists of, we can make a list. Item A consists of:

    substance #1

    substance #2

    substance #3

    #NN. The idea of this item.

    #NNN. Someone's desire for this item to be here.

    #NNNN. Someone's effort to have this item here.

    On what scales should we weigh NN, NNN, NNNN to determine their share in the subject? The last 3 component parts of the item are clearly nothing. They can be discarded, they can be ignored, they can completely forget about the context, the history of the subject. Then the subject is simply here, without conditioning.

    Everything has invisible arrows.

    Such a small chaos item is just here. What substance does NN, NNN, NNNN consist of? Out of nothing. These thoughts, desires, and actions are all part of a single, but extremely complex, multi-part process into which matter flows. It is common for intent to end in matter. The right thing in its own way ends in nothing.

    Imagine that the object you were looking at consists of tiny transparent spheres. Let's imagine that these are real intentions. Imagine that one day you wanted this object and its image appeared in your head. It is assembled from tiny transparent spheres. It already exists, but there is no path between you. Imagine the path.

    P.S. I answered sway with an article on this topic)

  6. Yes, and this is primarily due to the Placebo effect

    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9F%D0%BB%D0%B0%D1%86%D0%B5%D0%B1%D0%BE?wprov=sfti1

    This is especially true when it comes to your sense of self – convince yourself that you have become more successful and confident, more beautiful and healthier, and so it will be. After all, we perceive many things subjectively, including our state of health, which means that we can “adjust”ourselves.

    However, do not think that if you really want to, you will win the lottery tomorrow or marry a prince – everything has reasonable limits (although who knows, maybe if you really believe it, it will work with the lottery;)

  7. No, it's not true. There is no way to convert brain impulses into something that can influence the course of events. Well, except for your actions, but that's not the point, is it?

  8. It's true. If you don't take it too literally.

    However, there is a whole brood of pseudo-psychological trends that are based on an almost literal interpretation of this thesis – starting with “positive thinking” as such. Oversimplifying, its principle boils down to the phrase “think good, think good – and you don't have to do anything.”

    In reality, this thesis means the connection between thought and action. A thought gives birth to an action that materializes it.

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