And as my channeled friend Lazaris adds… there are no exceptions to this and no fine print!
Okay…if you are still reading, if some part of you didn’t scoff at this and think or even say out loud…”no way…that is ridiculous”. Thank yourself because this is one of the most powerful new perspectives you can try on and start to implement in your life.
But what about fate, karma, God, government, parents; what about the economy… or other people…don’t they play a part? You might ask, if I’m so powerful how come it doesn’t appear that way? That singular beautiful question is the beginning of understanding that you don’t appear powerful because in so many ways we are taught that we are not powerful! And we accept this overly popular but erroneous point of view. Through time and life experience we “prove” it to ourselves time and time again.
We feel helpless! We appear to be powerless. Other people agree. But because we are really powerful…our seeming lack of power starts to create problems…illness, accidents, things not going well. Because we are believing a lie. We are thinking we are powerless when really we are power spiritual beings having a human experience. Through FutureVisioning you start to reclaim your power. If you embrace this principle (and this is a deep profound principle of reality creation) it has a far reaching impact across all areas of your life. Perhaps the complexity of this new point of view might have struck you and you are starting to sense the bad and good news here.
Bad news: Yes you have been creating the obstacles to your success, health and happiness and that hurts a lot. It is seemingly easier and much more convenient to blame other people and circumstances for our limitations. But convenience and effectiveness don’t always go hand in hand.
So once you accept the bad news you start to understand that’s it’s also the good news: You are creating everything that is working and the best news ever…once you start creating your life consciously…trying this on and really attempting to understand that yes you do create your reality 100%…you can start to change the negative or limited beliefs that are at the core of your frustrating or even sorrowful issues that you could never change before. You just need to have the right tools.
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” ― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
With this new understanding comes personal empowerment. From personal empowerment comes enthusiasm. From Enthusiasm comes the ability to dream again and make your dreams come true.
So you have a choice. You have always had that choice. Now you can make the choice to start to consciously create your reality so you can have the results you want.
What about other people too? Of course they create their reality 100% as well.
Here is an excerpt from an article by Lazaris* when a question was asked by someone attending one of his events. I have included it here because the clarity is remarkable and he addresses the complexity of reality creation quite beautifully.
Q: Many people, I feel, have difficulty integrating the concept of creating their own reality with the knowledge that there are many people out there, also creating their own realities, and I was wondering would you shed some light on this paradox?
Lazaris: Certainly so. It is confusing to a lot of people. They say, “Now wait a minute. If I’m creating it and you’re creating it, who’s really creating it?” There’s a sense of male energy competition that gets in there. Whoever’s strongest. “If my meditation is stronger than yours, then I get the reality and you don’t.” No, it doesn’t work that way. Reality works in cooperation; it works in harmony. Even the discord in reality works in harmony with other discords of reality to generate a rather strange and, at times, not-at-all-wanted kind of experience.
You as the individual create your whole reality from beginning to end, from morning ‘til night, and through the sleep time as well. In your reality everything is an illusion that you are creating, including all the other people with whom you interact. Perhaps a better way to understand it is this: You have written a play — a screenplay, a teleplay, a theatrical play
— and not only did you write this play, you also are starring in it, directing it, and producing it. You’re going to hire a number of players to act in your particular play. Now they’re going to agree to act in your play because it also benefits them, because they also have written a play, you see? In their play, there is a character like you, and in your play there’s a character like them.
“I’ll play in your play if you’ll play in my play.” There’s an agreement reached.
Here you are, and you’ve written a play. You create all these other players in your play, some of them major, some of them minor, some of them walk-ons, some of them having lines, and some not having lines. Some of them play background people in your life — extras, as it were.
There are certain people who are significant, clearly so, people who matter — not more as people, but matter more in terms of the impact that they have on your particular reality.
All right. Those people have all written plays, also. In their plays there’s a part for a person just like you, a person that can come in and play that particular role. What we suggest here is that your play and their play mesh. The extent to which they do is the extent to which you are aware of one another.
Let’s put it another way: Let’s say I’m a person who wants to feel sorry for myself, who wants to go around saying, “The world’s against me. No one loves me. No one cares about me. No one treats me good at all.” And that’s the line I want to say. That’s the line I want to say over and over again in my play, and I want to go around trying to convince everybody that it’s true.
Well, what kind of players must I have? I can’t have players in my play who are exuberant and vibrant, who are giving and loving. I have to surround myself with people who will support my line. Therefore, I will “hire players.” I will bring them in and be attracted to those kinds of players who will behave in a way that I can say they are not loving me, not taking care of me, not doing it right for me. Therefore, I get to say my line. I get to feel sorry for myself just like I wanted.
All right, the people that I bring into my play are people who want to feel: “Oh, I’m surrounded by these victims. I’m just surrounded by people who never think I do it good enough. I’m being martyred.” And therefore it meshes. One person feels like a martyr because nobody thinks they do it good enough, and the other person feels like a victim because they’re not being treated well enough because nobody ever does it good enough for them. So the two plays mesh.
That’s how you create it. In fact, you and others both create it, and it so happens that you both create it such that it meshes together. The victims find the martyrs, and the martyrs find the victims. Those that want to be hurt find those that are willing to be hurtful. Those that want to be loved find those that are willing to be loving. Those that want to laugh find those who are willing to make them laugh.
You may look and say, “Well, now wait a minute, Lazaris. I want to laugh. I want to have fun. I want my life filled with love and joy and happiness. I’m not surrounded by those sorts of people.” But if you are not laughing, ask yourself: “Do I really want those things? Do I honestly want to be surrounded by people who are making me laugh, who are making me feel good? Do I honestly want to be surrounded by people who love me?”
Now you see what can happen here: Let’s say, “Well, yes, I really want to have people who love me, but I also have an agenda of being a martyr.” See, those are contradictions. You may want to be surrounded by laughter and love, but if you want to be a martyr more, which reality do you suppose you will create?
So if you find yourself in a position where you want love in your life, but you don’t have it, you first need to look, using meditation, to find out: “Do I really want love in my life?” Then find out: “Are there some contradictory wants and desires that I have? Are there inconsistent wants and desires that I have?” If so, then you need to eliminate them. If not, then you need to reinforce the fact that you really do want love in your life. The bottom line is you don’t always create what you ask for, but you always create what, at some level, you want.
© Valerie Lemme for Ti Caine’s FutureVisioning