Imagine a frustrated person, . . .
Now imagine another person who is calm and content.
Think about which of those you’d like to be.
We are free when we have freedom to change.
We have freedom to change when we know the truth about what was modeled, in front of our senses, as little children; before starting school.
The good or bad feelings we felt as a little child, replay easily in our everyday lives. This is the colored lense with which we see the world. Our own particular take on it, our perspective.
I’ve spoken about having lived in California for six years during my 20s. It is the land of the weekend transformational seminar. I was able to stay close to myself to truly need only two of those seminars during those six years.
I couldn’t help being attracted to this title: “How To Create Your Own Reality.”
In a nutshell, the way to create your own reality can be illustrated as follows.
Imagine a dream you wish will come true. Everyday or several times a day, think of the details of your dream and continue to refine it. Say yes, in everyday reality, when you have a choice to say yes, to little elements of your dream. This can be very entertaining.
While you are refining your dream, keep a sharp eye on reality. Just observe it. Little by little (or right away) you will see your dream coming into fruition. As it gets more and more real, there will be a building of tension.
Most people give up, being very uncomfortable with the tension. This is what Paul Simon spoke of in his song, “Slip, Sliding Away.”
If you can ride it out, you will bridge the gap between your dream and reality.
Think of that tension as a taut rubber band between your two index fingers. One finger represents your dream, the other, represents reality. As the rubber band takes on more and more tension, it will in time break. At that point you will need to realize your reality is what you asked for in your dream. Your dream has become your reality.
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