The world you perceive was created by you — at least that has been my experience over the last few years. This does not mean I am trying to subscribe guilt to you if your world is rife with misery or poverty or joylessness.
It is true that those appearances are a direct result of your own — possibly unconscious — desires or expectations. But desiring or expecting confusion, error, and even terror, are byproducts of your upbringing and teaching. Like most humans, you come from a long line of ancestors who were taught to expect — and therefore visualize and manifest — the worst. It’s not your “fault” that you think that way — but only you can change the reality of how you think.
The only thing getting in the way of a more desirable life is you!
The universe doesn’t judge
The universe, of which you are part and parcel — and inseparably linked — only creates. That’s its nature. It doesn’t place a value judgment on the people, places, or things it creates. It has no interest in doing this. Humans, on the other hand, do. We judge ourselves and others as good or bad; helpful or harmful; one political persuasion or the other; straight, bi, or gay; godly or ungodly, or a thousand or more other variations on light and dark, yes and no, good or bad, or positive or negative.
We pick apart every place, person, or thing that we chance upon and then fragment it into a million separate pieces; and then we miraculously (and tediously) place individual value judgments on each of those parts. A fellow human is designated a woman or man and then individuated further into a slew of titles and layers and judgments — each more disparate than the previous. Suddenly our fellow human is a good father or a deranged sister or a cancer-ridden school teacher or a terrorist or …
… and on and on and on.
Each time we do this (and it’s mostly all we ever do!), we further separate ourselves from the one true reality of ourselves … that we are all connected. That we are all children of the same one universe — all created equal, without titles or other differences, and that we are borne of love.
Act as if you’re grateful
The solution to this confused state of reality is to practice feeling gratitude. Start thanking the universe — from which you, me, and all else that you perceive comes — for revealing to you the truth. Even if you’re not sure you understand what the truth really is, begin thanking the universe for revealing it to you. Act as if you understand and soon you will! Give thanks even if you don’t believe it — and I promise you with all my heart that if you do this your life will change.
You and I are one — and we are both cut from the same fabric. Do you really believe that the universe would provide a fantastic life to me and not to you? Only YOU can un-create that distorted reality you inherited from others. And I can affirm to the truth of this because I learned how to utilize the power in my own life — by switching from an attitude of self-pity to one of continual thankfulness.
Don’t think for a minute that it’s too late for you to experience miraculous changes in your own life. Time and space are mere illusions — once again, concepts taught to us by our ancestors — and are in no way deterrents to achieving your new life.
Continually practice gratitude, show willingness, and expect results.
All things you desire — and more — will be given on to you!
What miraculous changes do you want to happen in your life?