It’s been about three months since I started this blog, inspired by a need to follow the whisperings of a call. Like a puzzle in progress, I started with a piece in a corner and day by day I add another part or take it away and move things around striving for a cohesive picture that will reveal itself (I hope) with enough attention and care.
Either I am a grand puzzle master or just cuckoo. Continue reading
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Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
The law of manifestation states: our reality is a product of what we visualize and believe.
I view this law as a necessary sequel to the law of attraction
. It is the goal-oriented second step naturally following the information gathering first step. The implications of the law are profound. It says that there is a ‘matrix’ and not only that, but we can alter it too, at will. Unlike the film however, this matrix is a product of nature, not of machines. Reality as it turns out, is fluid–a flexible construct highly influenced by our ‘touch’ and how we shape it.
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