Monday, February 4, 2013
What is the source of what humanity experiences? Its reality or its thoughts. Humanity generally sees reality as something “outside” itself while thought is privy to the inner sanctums of the mind. The relationship between the two for most is nonexistent or at best, hazy.
The question at hand is, is there an uncrossable chasm between what you think and what you experience, or is there a “bridge” that spans the gulf between the two? And if so, what is it? More importantly, if your thoughts can reach the land of your living, are they observers or participants in your reality?
It would be too simplistic to say it is how you see it, but it is the best place to start in this discussion. Generally, if you see yourself as powerless and a pawn in what you experience, you would believe there is no bridge to be found. If you feel a sense of empowerment in your life, you would say you have found the bridge and cross it regularly. Now, belief alone does not create a bridge, but attitude does play a part in finding the bridge if it does exist.… Read the rest