Research conducted regarding the principles of quantum physics demonstrates that the world we experience is a creation of our perceptions. We simply attract and then we see what it is we expect to see. Certain leading scientific experiments and research indicate that we actually create what we expect to happen. We create our world through interpretations of reality that we make.
Few weeks ago we’ve started a very nice initiative with my friend: walking by the Bosphorus early in the morning for 1 hour 2-3 times a week. We started it, and then I went to Moscow, so we had to skip it a couple of times. I came back, and we talked about the progress in our walk. I was so happy, so proud of myself waking up in dark cold mornings and walking energetically, even running a bit. I had a feeling that we really enjoying it! My friend had a different opinion while enjoying the walks: she did not appreciate the efforts that much, and was hard on herself as she also skipped walks while I was away. You know that we can always see the glass half-full, or half-empty. I prefer half-full! And I’m also learning to be a good friend to myself instead of a mix of a judge with a prosecutor. You know, we always find words of compassion to our friends, but mostly critics for ourselves. It works for me! This morning, after the walk I was thinking that I’m getting much lighter. And not only in terms of physical weigh, but also weight of worries, doubts and guilt.