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An inside job? What?!?

Updated: Jun 23, 2023

When I first heard this concept I didn't believe it. Everything you experience in your reality is created by you. Your innerbeing, your energy field, your energy. Creation is from the inside out. This really didn't register, I didn't create my house? I didn't build it. I didn't create the moon and stars. What the heck are they talking about? I couldn't understand that I was a master creator. It didn't feel true to me.

Sure, I can understand that perception is your reality. How I look at things is uniquely me. It explains how two people at the same restaurant, same table, having the same meal, may have two very different experiences. Have you ever experienced this? That's because everything is being filtered through you, your energy.

Not that I had given that much thought that all humans perceive everything differently. I had fallen into the assumption folks think like I do. I didn't even question it.

Once I really looked into perception and beliefs I was hooked. I started to examine my own beliefs. I looked at my daughters, husband, co-workers, friends etc. The scientist in me got excited. Everywhere I examined it was clear that we all perceive everything all so uniquely. We filter everything through our own energy. Everyone experiences everything differently. I kind of laugh at my prior assumption thinking folks think like me. You get this now . . . right?



Ok . . . so now that you are registering that we all see things differently and filtered through our energy and beliefs . . . your experience, your reality, is up to you how you see it.

Now I'm not going to go too deeply in how you create your world because that is going to take a lot of steps and science to get you there. We will chunk it out. There is no rush.

So my Scooby Doo Detectives for today ask folks how they perceive things. Is it similar? Might be, but dig a little more. A lot of people take a bit to open up and express their true views. Be that detective, but don't lead the witness. Be an objective scientist.

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