A probability of success measures the likelihood that a desired outcome occurs. Specifically, probabilities of success calculate the odds that you’ll experience a reality in which your desired outcome happens. For example, if you bet on heads and flip a coin one time, you have a 50% probability of success – a 50% chance of living your desired reality.
However, a probability of success isn’t that simple. Consider what happens when you bet heads 4x in a row and flip 4 coins. What are your probabilities of success? You might be quick to say 6%, but you’d be wrong. This is because according to theories of modern physics, every possible event happens simultaneously (seriously), but you only experience one of them.
Therefore, probabilities of success don’t measure the likelihood of a desired event happening but rather the likelihood of you experiencing the reality you want, given that all possible events occur simultaneously.→ CONTINUE READING