Chapter 39: A Quantum-holographic Approach to the Psychophysiology of Intuitive Action
39 A quantum-holographic approach to the psychophysiology of intuitive action Raymond Trevor Bradley and Dana Tomasino INTRODUCTION Successful entrepreneurs are passionate, innovative risk-assessors whose actions are informed by accurate intuitions about future business opportunities. Often this intuitive foreknowledge involves perception of implicit information about non-local objects and/or events by the body’s psychophysiological systems. A large body of experimental evidence has documented intuitive foreknowledge as a scientific fact, and studies using electrophysiological measures of autonomic nervous system activity have shown that such non-local intuition is related to the degree of emotional significance of the future event. Moreover, there is also solid experimental evidence that intentionally focused bioemotional energy can have a subtle but significant (scientifically measurable) effect on non-local objects and events. Drawing on these findings and the principles of quantum holography, a theory of entrepreneurial intuitive action is described which shows how successful entrepreneurs not only use their passionate attention to intuitively locate a future business opportunity but can also influence its actualization into reality by their sustained passionate intention. It is their bio-emotional attunement to an order of energetically encoded quantum-holographic information beyond space/time that provides access to the rationality of implicit potentials and that sets them apart from other business actors. In short, attunement to this energetic domain of quantum-holographic information in-forms (gives shape to) creativity and entrepreneurship: it is the means by which future opportunities can be intuitively located and intentionally actualized into being. As a key element in a healthy, thriving economy, successful entrepreneurs are innovators...
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