If you are like me you have probably caught yourself daydreaming, perhaps several times a day. I believe most of us have dreams that we play out in our minds, a different life than we have now where we can feel free and happy with none of the hardships that often permeate everyday life. And while we may fantasize about the life we wish we had there is always something inside us that tells us to stop dreaming and just accept what life has given us and be happy with what we have. Have you ever felt this way? There have been many times in my life where I felt like I was treading water and my legs were getting really tired. I couldn’t figure out why my life seemed to be like one of those hamsters in an exercise wheel, going nowhere fast. And to be honest, there really didn’t seem to be an end in sight; I had succumbed to the reality of hoping my life would get better instead of taking matters into my own hands and realizing it could and would be the life I desired. What if we really could have the reality we wanted? Maybe we should all take the advice of Adam Savage from the Mythbusters when he says, “I reject your reality and substitute my own.”
I first heard of the theory of creating realities when watching a YouTube video of Bashar several months ago. Unfortunately, I can’t remember which video I was watching, but if memory serves me he was talking about different realities each having the possibility of existing or already existing depending on the choices we make. For example, there exist multiple realities for my future depending on which one I choose to align myself with. Now this may sound like a simple enough concept considering the future isn’t set in stone; however, most people typically choose to only accept what they believe is within the scope of possible realities.
Consider this; we are all creating our own individual realities in this life in conjunction with the individual realities of everyone else. So if I set my intention to create a certain actuality it isn’t as simple as going from point A to point B in a linear line. I just can’t think of what I want, wave a wand, blink my eyes, and behold my new reality! The path to my ultimate goal would be more like an intricate web of twists and turns weaving in and out of others’ realities until it reached the end point. Imagine traveling from one side of a major city to the other in a car; I’m sure you can picture how time consuming and nerve wracking it would be compared to making the same trip in a helicopter flying above the city and avoiding all the traffic jams. In this physical dimension we are the unfortunate person in the car driving from one side of the city to the other having to mesh with all the other drivers, like a complex reality matrix. In the spiritual realms their creation of reality is like flying above the city with no obstacles. Even so, it is still possible for us to create whatever reality we want we just have to have the right mindset.
The whole idea of creating our own realities isn’t just talked about by Bashar. I’ve read about this concept on several different websites, blogs, and books. What really troubled me was that if we can create our own realities then why are so many people in the world not doing it? If everyone in the world has the power to create the life that they want then why is the world in such a sad state of affairs that we see today? Either we have to accept that the whole idea of creating realities is bunk or maybe there is some truth to the notion. I believe it to be true; however, people are either failing to understand how to accomplish their desired reality or they just have no clue that they have this kind of power. To be honest, it’s probably more of the latter but for those of you like me who believe we do have the ability to create whatever reality we wish let’s examine how to achieve the results we want.
Earlier in this discussion I briefly mentioned two of the biggest obstacles of why so many people never see success when they attempt to create the reality they wish for. First, they have to believe that they are in control and have the ability to change their lives. Not only do they have to believe that they have this power but they shouldn’t limit themselves with respect to their dreams. Remember when I said earlier that people typically choose to only accept certain possibilities? This is based on limiting beliefs usually learned from a young age or engrained into them by society. And while I am encouraging all of you not to limit yourselves when it comes to creating the reality you want you must remember that we are creating as we go in alliance with everyone else on this planet, so don’t get carried away. An 80 year old woman isn’t going to be the starting linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens no matter how great she is at making the law of attraction work in her life. This isn’t to dissuade you from realizing your dreams but to help you understand how the intermingling of all of our realities is manifested onto the stage of life.
The first step to understanding how we create our realities was to believe that we have this gift to begin with. The second step, which I believe is the most difficult, is NOT trying to figure out how the end results will come about. It’s no secret to anyone that’s been reading this blog for any length of time that I am attempting to manifest my dream home in the Colorado Mountains. One of my biggest obstacles in the beginning was focusing too much on how the money was going to come into my life which would allow me to buy this home. The simplicity of creating the reality that you want is just keying in on the final outcome as if it has already happened. I don’t need to worry myself how I will get the money, but I do need to keep my eyes open for opportunities that may arise that will bring the abundance into my life. The analogy I used earlier of the web of intricate twists and turns is our path to that desired outcome; we have to believe the universe will take us to where we want to be without being consumed with fear, anxiety, and stress about how it will happen.
This isn’t my first post dealing with the Law of Attraction and creating a desired reality. One thing I’ve learned since I started this blog and doing my own research into the LOA is that people, including me, easily forget and need constant reminders to keep believing and striving towards their dreams. I know that no one is perfect and I am sharing this post with you at this time because I personally was feeling those limiting beliefs not too long ago and had to give myself some mental face slaps to get my butt headed into the right direction. And I know if it can happen to me it can happen to any of you. We all at times can use some encouragement and need to hear that our dreams aren’t just dreams but can become reality. If you would like to change your life for the better and believe you have the ability to do so the first step is just repeating out loud the following words: In my reality….(you fill in the rest.)
P.S. I highly recommend watching Bashar’s videos on youtube, check them out if you get the time.