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Our minds were never meant for planning out the details – only to evaluate our “now” experiences and give them some kind of response. There is another part of us that has a primary function of being concerned only with details that we fail to trust and utilize.

Our commitments to limiting beliefs are what separate us from ecstatic creation and confine us to a life of quiet compromise. We all are guilty of stepping into blindness by our inadvertent contract with limiting definitions and ideas of how the world works. All of this continues to justify war and conflict for the purpose of protection, perpetuating victimhood as our only identifier for the personal and collective suffering of history.

Our subconscious mind is so cluttered with restrictive concepts that the majesty that could be our life is confined to the self-perception that our experience is a process of uncontrollable circumstance. This of course reinforces the belief that we have no real control, and our best chance for success is to dominate the situation and force it in our preferred direction.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 February 2010 10:09

Your emotional state is your creative mechanism that is always producing a reality to support the experience of it. When knowing this, the “Now” becomes paramount in understanding choice. Why I’m saying this is that if your emotional state is about the future or the past you will create a reality to support “lack” in the now. Let me give you an example to help you understand this.

Beth is becoming aware of her creative abilities and in doing so she begins to concentrate on creating a reality of her dreams. The first thing she does is begin to imagine how happy she will be when her greatest wishes are fulfilled. That emotional state is specific to the idea that happiness will only happen when she achieves her goal. But she is actually haphazardly creating an experience of ongoing lack of happiness.

For another example let’s apply this to loving a partner. Beth makes the decision to create the perfect relationship from her present relationship. Beth’s partner is someone she cares for dearly and would like everything to work out. There are only a few things that need work; Mark, her partner is a little overweight, and a little less attentive than she would prefer. She’s learning that if you love unconditionally then that love will be reflected back to you in the perfectness that it is given. In recognizing that a few things need work she sets out to create her preferred reality.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 9 February 2010 07:08