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We Create Our Reality

There could be three responses to what you are about to read. The first will take place right now as you ponder the title and mutter about the rubbish being written these days. The second response might be to read a few paragraphs, believing you are reading some type of hallucinatory fairy story; or the third response might be a feeling of excitement. Of course, there is nothing I can do about how you react, all I can do is type the following:

Laying hidden in the dark corners of every newsroom is information that is vital, yet it is never published. Maybe because it seems too scientific or too weird, or maybe editors intuitively understand that this information, if explained clearly, might affect society’s view of itself.

The way reality operates needs to become part of our conversation because as a society we are becoming wiser, more sophisticated and more discerning, so what was once considered too difficult to explain to the ‘man in the street’ no longer applies. He can now cope with the fundamentals of this science; how a particle can transform into a wave of energy; how matter is 99% empty space; how consciousness does not reside in the brain; how there are active dimensions beyond the one we live in; how the heart has its own intelligence and how we create our reality from minute to minute. The average person will take the next step in awareness if this information can become part of normal conversation and if this research can begin to spread throughout our system. As a society we have moved to the next level, meaning people now have the ability to understand and as it spreads we will be looking at a new society.

One wonders about the motivation regarding this lack of disclosure regarding how we effect our world. Most of us are unaware of our underlying power yet most scientific journals have thousands of articles reviewing quite amazing quantum experiments proving how our human attention impacts reality. Initially this shocked some physicists but over the years it has been proven time and time again that what we focus on effects, alters and creates our reality. It is through choice or intent that we constantly build or dismantle our world. Science has cracked this code, now it is time for the general public to understand these ramifications, because what we are doing every minute of every day, always effects the world around us.

Some of this data is beginning to filter into classrooms across the world, and complete scientific information is available online, but how is the ordinary man in the street coping with our quantum world? The normal view of reality is based on what everyone around us has been told is real. We have a conditioned view of our collective reality and for most of us this is enough simply because – although we are so limited - our daily existence is the most important aspect of living in this dimension. Any suggestion that we might be creating this ordinary, solid, normal life is either not understood or totally ignored. Even to contemplate how it is formed is quite unnerving for some people, yet at last we are being given tools to dismantle the barrier to a wider awareness. This is when we will begin to come to terms with exactly how our normal everyday world is formed. Once this is fully understood it will bring about a revolution in values, systems, programs, and human dignity.

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