“Man is of good intent. When you see evil everywhere in man’s intent — in your own actions and those of others — then you set yourself up against your own existence, and that of your kind.
“You focus upon the gulf between your ideals and your experience, until the gulf is all that is real.
“You will not see man’s good intent, or you will do so ironically — for in comparison with your ideals, good in the world appears to be so minute as to be a mockery.”
Session 835 The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events
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If we get what we concentrate on, what will work best, to look for the bad in ourselves and others, or the good? Should we accentuate the negative or accentuate the positive? Here’s another “what will work best and make us happiest” question. Should we define ourselves as victims or creators of reality? To see ourselves as “victims” is to create a world of “victimhood”. To see ourselves as creators of our reality is to pay attention to and learn from our experiences. Which perspective work best and make you happiest?
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“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
“How you define yourself and the world around you, forms your intent, which, in turn, forms your reality.” – Seth
In other words, we create reality from what we think and feel about ourselves and All That Is.
If we don’t consciously choose our beliefs, we unconsciously absorb them from our surroundings.
If our beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations create reality, can we afford not to question them?
What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves.
The secrets of the universe lie hidden in the shadows of our experience. Look for them!