Unfortunately this is a very vague statement. Generally speaking, no one on this forum can look at your post and tell you where you can get in. Hopefully you already knew this. I'm going to assume you did already know this and assume that the question you were really asking, "Is my career as a physicist completely ****** because I dropped out of grad school?" In a word (TLDR), no.
In more than a word, grad school applications are a bit of a "crap shoot" (to use an old cliché). You probably already know this having been through the process at least once before. Having dropped out of grad school can hurt you, I'm sure. How you did while you were in grad school will also affect that. It will depend on what schools you apply to, who is sitting on the admissions committee, and their mood at the time of reading your application (obviously among many other factors). One option would be to explain why you dropped out of grad school in the first place (via your self-statement). If it's not a good reason, it might not be wise to include it. You could potentially not include that detail if they don't *require* it (I think they do). So no, you're not screwed, but it will probably affect your chances. Look through the profile threads. There's usually a section, "other information that might appear on your application." See if anyone else has an application that said they dropped out of some program previously.