Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Understanding Your Own Reality ~ The one you created!

I'm trying really hard to understand the Idea of "Subjective" Reality. This means that YOU are responsible for your own reality. In other words, you create everything in your life. The war in Iraq, You created it. Charles Mansion, you created it, The Beatles (I created them lol) but you get the Idea.

The law of intention manifestation says, what you think, you create. And your thoughts create both negative and positive realities from your subconscious mind. If you believe in the idea of competition, then you will always be competing for a job. If you believe in the scarcity mentality, then you will always be struggling for money.

If you're reading this, then you created me into your reality. To millions of strangers, I don't exist. (not yet at least)

Can I impose my reality on others? Only if they allow me to. If a tree falls in the woods and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound? If nobody ever finds the tree, did it ever exist?

We've been programmed since we were children to believe in an objective reality. A reality where the world exists as a giant beach and each of us is just a grain of sand. Or to quote Casablanca "I know one thing, and that is that the problems of two people don't amount to a hill of beans in this world"~ Rick Blaine/Humphrey Bogart.

But the truth is, All that matters in the world to you are your thoughts and beliefs. You allow certain people and things more validity in your life because you choose to.

Your life is an interactive movie and ultimately, you control the outcome. You do it by your thoughts. Not just your decisions, but your thoughts. You might not want to believe that you were responsible for 9.11.01 but you were. To many people in remote areas of the world, 9/11 never happened. And to you; those people don't exist. We believe what we want to believe. We also attract things we don't want just by thinking of NOT WANTING them. The Universe does not know the words, don't, not and no. So when you say "I don't want war." The Universe hears " I_ _ _ want war." If you knew this from birth, you could think your own Utopia.

But what do parents teach their children? Don't do this/that. No! That will hurt you. "That's NOT a toy."

Actually children are very good at manifesting what they want. They don't need to use verbal communication to get their diaper changed. If they want something, they kick, scream and cry until they get it. Guess what, the Universe acts the same way. It feels your request through your thoughts, but acts upon your energy. This energy that you put into your thoughts is like the crying or tantrum of a child. A child is physically manifesting it's WANT in tears and verbal cries. The Universe acts upon your energy when it feels your burning desire or hunger for something.

When you start dating someone, the one thing that practically guarantees you success is confidence. The Universe feels this and delivers. But if you have doubt in your mind, then you project unworthiness to the person you are manifesting into your reality. On the other hand, if you see yourself as his or her perfect mate and commit to a relationship with that person; the Universe will deliver. Just remember those infamous words. "Be careful what you ask for; you just might get it."

Most people manifest a partner. But they don't take the time to manifest a partner that is "all that" and I mean that in the social sense. (not the vernacular) It's easy to manifest someone that will say I do. But your thoughts need to create the stimulating environment that makes your partner say "I always will."

Consider this: You can manifest your own death. Patients that "feel" that they are going to die before going into surgery, will indeed die. This phenomena has been known for decades in the medical field. One sure way to get your surgery cancelled is to tell your pre-op nurse, I have a feeling I'm going to die during this surgery. They'll cross you off the list quicker than you can say "autopsy". Pete Wilson the broadcaster and television announcer for KGO in San Francisco needed a hip replacement last year. (2007) He was so frightened about his surgery that he was actually hospitalized because of the intense anxiety he was suffering. When Stanford University Hospital felt he was ready for surgery, they went ahead and performed his total hip replacement. The surgery went fine. In the recovery unit, Pete suffered a severe heart attack and died.

If you want to know more about Subjective reality; Check out Joe Vitale's book, Zero Limits. He co-authored the book with Dr.Hew-Len. Dr.Len PHD is a Psychologist that healed a whole ward of criminally ill patients by taking responsibility for their existence. He uses a technique called Ho Oponopono to clear out his negative thoughts that led to the creation of his patients.

So please, think positive. Love yourself and in doing so; be good to others.

Ace out................


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