Wednesday, July 1, 2009

I realize my world really is a reflection of myself

Water Nymph by jurvetson

As a deliberate creator I accept intellectually that I create my world through my thoughts. Really understanding it is a different matter. I seem to always be experiencing changes to my perspective and realizing something new about deliberate creating and how I view reality.

I woke up this morning in the midst of a conversation with non-physical Guidance. During the conversation I really understood on a gut level that my world is a reflection of myself and if I see lack in the world in any way, it is only because I see a lack in myself.


It's not that there is a lack of money. It's that I see some lack in myself and it expresses as money. Or relationships. Or anything that I perceive as a lack.

I have to laugh because I've come to this realization so many times over the years: the best we can do is just to love and accept ourselves. It's a matter of detaching my old way of thinking which has been some version of job = money = pay bills and changing it to: love self and dream = alignment with Well-Being = delicious manifestation. And it happens day by day as my understanding grows.

As I was writing this I realized that if I see beauty in my world, it is beauty within me. How literally is the world a reflection of me? Am I a beautiful sunset? A hawk soaring in a cloudless sky?

The adventure is within. The path is to listen to my feelings and follow the good ones -- they are Love itself calling me. This physical life is mine to co-create by sending out my desires, to enjoy manifestations and to come to peace with who I am in this experience.

The process is like hard layers and patterns keep dissolving into more flowing, free forms of thinking. And when I think about it, it's as if my thinking is becoming more like my non-physical self than the physical world I see around me.

I see intriguing possibilities of more magic yet to come.
If you like this post you might enjoy reading:

10 ways to turn downstream to Well-Being

Abraham-Hicks: The only thing holding you back is the lack you feel when you don't appreciate yourself

Where does healing occur? Includes an article on Ho'oponopono -- how healing and loving ourselves is also healing for others.

Epiphany From Ho'oponopono I realize that when there is the appearance of contrast that seems to come from outside of me, I can heal that inside of me by saying to myself, "I love you."

The Epiphany really works: I love you I practice this new technique - I say I love you to myself and a crying child quiets down.


annie said...

Another amazing post. This is a constant process, and I am learning these things too. I am so happy to have others with me on this journey.xoxo

Suzanne said...

Thank you, Annie. There was so much that happened yesterday morning -- it took me all day working off and on to write that post! I had so much in it and kept taking out sections. This morning I wondered if it even made sense, but when I look at it --it's exactly what I wanted to say.

I love reading about your experiences. The journey is magical and we all have each other to share with. I'm excited about the wonders to come :)

Annie said...

Me too :-).

Suzanne said...

Hugs, Annie :)