Physics Fascination

Something that came hand in hand with my interest and learning with the Law of Attraction, was my interest in Physics.  I assumed Physics was so boring when I was a kid.

It all started when reading quotes on Pinterest about how ‘like attracts like’ and how being grateful or positive attracts positive things to me.  Then I saw more references to energy and how ‘thoughts become things.’  I came across the quote above.  I have to mention, or remind you, that I am a very literal person. I always have been. Being someone who takes things literally and who likes to know ‘why’ and ‘how,’ seeing this quote wasn’t enough info. 

It had me interested in what Einstein knew that brought him to this conclusion or fact.  How is it, exactly, that you can match the frequency of what you want to attract?  I searched online for a book about physics that could explain the basics to me. Something like one of those ‘Dummies’ books (whatever topic… for Dummies).

I found a book by Carlo Rovelli – ‘Reality Is Not What It Seems.’  I reserved it at my library, but the minute I started reading it, I knew I would buy it so I could really study it and read it over and over.  It really explained things in a way I could follow and remain interested in.  Thus, began my real interest in Physics.  Who knew it was actually interesting?  I read it once just to read it without putting too much pressure on myself. Then I read it through again with sticky notes on all the pages where I summarized or wrote out key sentences that was of interest or a learning piece for me. It helps me learn, what can I say?

I really like this connection between Law of Attraction – a basis for how I want to live my life, and the actual science of the building blocks of the Universe.  I would never have pictured myself becoming interested in Physics, but seemingly more bizarre is what led me to this interest.

And think of all the possibilities of things yet to be discovered.  As Nikola Tesla said: “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”

 

Devon

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