Sufficiency Friday: Quantum Physics & Getting What You Want

June 15, 2012

You may not know this about me but when I’m not doing mortgage broker stuff I’m out on the water sailing and racing.

This weekend you can catch me just off the Leslie Street Spit competing in a high performance catamaran regatta.
But the real reason that I wanted to share this picture with you is because of the great quote from the physicist that goes hand in hand with Sufficiency Friday. When I talk about sufficiency, I’m describing having enough.  When we understand that we have enough our minds are at ease. If you are constantly worrying about what you don’t have or trying to avoid what you don’t want you will attract more of what you don’t have and don’t want into your life. But when we switch our state of mind into understanding that we have enough and enjoy what we have then we will attract more of that goodness into our lives.  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… sufficiency isn’t about becoming a monk and shunning all worldly goods. This is about getting what you want to live a fulfilled life. And this is especially true when it comes to your personal finance.
But This Is Wishy Washy Stuff
Sounds pretty wishy washy right? This law of attraction stuff is great for pop culture, Oprah and selling books but come on, if it were that easy we would all be Lambo driving millionaires living ridiculous lives.  However, there is an incredibly exciting and complex field of science called quantum physics where scientist are only just beginning to understand and measure subatomic energy. It is this energy that we can impress upon with our minds that determines the life that we live.
Albert says it best at the end of his quote… “This is not philosophy. This is physics.”
Mind blasting stuff for a Friday morning. Stay focused on all that good stuff this weekend my friends.


Christopher Molder

Mortgage Broker

Christopher is a mortgage broker based in Toronto, Canada. And a son of a broker too. He’s a second generation mortgage broker. Following in his father’s steps he joined the family mortgage business straight out of university.