To appreciate this, look at the elements that drive each process. In both cases, practitioners base their intentions on beliefs that certain outcomes will materialize, and the strength of their faith in those notions is what drives the likelihood of their manifestation. Whether we’re talking prayer or intention, the underlying mechanics are virtually indistinguishable.
Understanding this concept is crucial for a number of reasons. Perhaps the most important of these is that, the sooner we realize we’re all essentially relying on the same principle for how we conceive of and create our existence, the sooner we’ll realize that we’re all in this together and that the artificial distinctions we draw about what we call it or how we go about it …. are fundamentally irrelevant. The implications in many endeavors, such as religious wars, should be obvious.
An awareness of these ideas is also important for understanding how our reality comes into existence. For example, when we realize that we partner with the divine in the creation of our world, we gain a new appreciation for what’s truly possible. Given that our celestial collaborator is capable of materializing anything, we shouldn’t mistrust its capabilities.
Therefore, we also shouldn’t allow undue influences like doubt or fear to creep into the beliefs and intentions we put forth, for they’ll ultimately undercut what we hope to achieve. In fact, by doing so, we also send a mixed message that our manifestation partner is incapable of interpreting accurately, leading to materializations that are distorted or stillborn. Why would we want such results?
This phenomenon is apparent: Skeptics might look at the foregoing example and contend that it was coincidence, that things just happened at random. However, those who practice conscious creation (or a comparable term one considers appropriate) realize that this is the process of synchronicity at work, the materialization of “meaningful” coincidences that are so perfectly tailored to what’s needed at the time that they easily defy the qualities of happenstance occurrences.
All of these seemingly arbitrary and insignificant occurrences pop up out of virtually nowhere but have tremendous impact. Though they may seem trivial at the time of their appearance, they play integral roles in how circumstances unfold, a sure sign that they bear the mark of the divine at work.
Of course, recognizing these influences is critical to fully appreciating their significance. This is where the role of intuition comes into play. This nebulous perceptive ability that we all possess is often dismissed as “irrational,” because it frequently defies logic. But its influence is something we ignore at our peril, for it often steers us in the right direction, no matter how seemingly absurd, unreasonable or illogical it may appear.
Thanks to the impact of intent, synchronicity and intuition, the seemingly impossible suddenly becomes entirely plausible. Results that seemingly come from out of the blue emerge and take root, flying in the face of expectations and producing the outcomes hoped for. And, if that’s not a miracle, I don’t know what is.
When such events occur routinely, we have an opportunity to adopt a new outlook for our lives. Indeed, miracles become a way of life, characterizing our reality as something that happens almost matter-of-factly. Miracles no longer seem like unbelievable, inaccessible phenomena that only make their presence felt in the pages of ancient religious texts. And, when we see life from that perspective, it becomes enriched, giving us a greater awareness of, and appreciation for, our existence.
With a focus that’s more spiritual and metaphysical than religious, Faith often requires much of us. It means setting aside our need for apparent certainty and putting our trust in something far more tenuous, a decidedly uncomfortable prospect for those who depend on verifiable assurances in all of their daily dealings. But, when we learn how to set aside such matters and give ourselves over to the joys that come from seeing our faith fulfilled, we can attain a sense of satisfaction that defies logic – and our expectations.
We (YouAreCreators) we create our own reality while sharing one of the greatest secrets of the universe, and the secret is, we literally create our reality! (Quantum Physics now proves this) We are all governed by a set of Universal Laws, and these laws were created by GOD, to aid us in creating the life we desire. One of these laws is known as the “Law Of Attraction”, or the law of “Reaping and Sowing”. This law simply states, whatever you give out in Thought, Word, Feeling, and Action is returned to you. Whether the return is negative, or positive, failure or success, is all up to what you give out…
Reality is multi-dimensional. We are multi-dimensional beings who exist simultaneously in a multi-dimensional reality. Long ago, our bodies evolved from primates. Even longer ago, our minds evolved from the stars. But before the universe was even created, our spirits have always existed as part of the divine in even higher dimensions.
At the conscious (physical) level, our bodies are like a miniature replica of the solar syst…em. Our hearts perform the function of the sun – the center of the system. Other organs within our body are also used by our souls to find a means of expression. The planets exert astrological vibrations upon our bodies that influence our personalities and soul patterns.
At the subconscious (soul) level, the solar system is our larger body. We are connected to the planets, the stars, spiritual realms and entities. On the superconscious (spirit) level, we are one with the Whole. At this level, we are on a conscious level with all there is – the divine.
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Kathleen Louise Plothow states: “Only when you leave the “center” of a “thing” will you be able to see it, “reality,” for its true nature.
Carson Boyd states: Edge implies other. What has no boundaries has no edge. And just what would exist on the other side of this boundary?
DL Mullan states: who says there’s an edge… wouldn’t it be a curve? 😉
Kimmy Dobak states: Depends on perception
Laura Scalia states:ugh sitting on this edge of adrenal fatigue = not a good thing – lol. I know it’s not what you were looking for 🙁
Dayle Villagran states: Like walking a tightrope. One side alligators the other a feather bed…and you want neither.
Liz McDermott states: The edge. Cuz when you’re in the middle of it all, you can get clobbered ….. I just did !
Jack Kungel implies: reality is not what you think..we live in a matrix…we live in a drug induced coma…you have been taught on how to think.. what to do and how to live..by the people that feed on you…..the planet is going thru an awakening…many can not and will not be able to handle it…..
Rhonda Hawthorne says’ that’s exactly correct… my thing is trying to explain to someone what the matrix is…
Ken Goubeaux states WELCOME to The Matrix. You’ve lived here all your life.
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Awaken to Quantum Age Thinking With Dianne Collins- Part II
December 9, 2013
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