Over the years, I’ve come to certain conclusions about the choices we make.
Each one is an act of self-definition.
Now, this is hardly a new revelation. Many over the years have said it, though I really don’t think they really comprehend what it actually means.
I’ve given a lot of thought on what it means over the years and have written about it in other blogs, but right now, I feel a push to write this, so I will.
We make choices at every moment; some obvious, some not so much.
I believe each choice is an opportunity and a chance to attune yourself to a reality or outcome of your choosing.
As stated in other entries, my observation is that free will exists so this blog is from that point of view.
Those with free will (which is virtually everyone on this planet, though there are exceptions) are blessed with the power to create their own realities. Most don’t seem to realize this and even those that do don’t seem to understand exactly what this means.
To put it simply, the reality you eventually find yourself in is based on our intentions, believes, thoughts and actions.
Think about this for a moment. Life isn’t happening to you. It’s happening because you are creating it. Your circumstances aren’t random. (Unless you believe they are) they are a product of the reality you have created.
You have no idea just how truly powerful (and magnificent) you really are!
It is said we have free will. Some don’t believe it (and thus, they experience a life without free will. Ironically, their free will in action.)
Some believe it, but think that it means they must make the right choices, though this implies that free will isn’t really free will if you can’t make any choice but the predetermined ones.
And some understand that that free will allows us to create whatever circumstances we desire.
If you believe in free will, then it must follow that all situations are of your choosing on some level. To have something happen to you that you did not choose is contrary to free will. It is the opposite of it.
Most people, however, unwittingly choose badly for themselves. Most choose coming from a place of fear rather than a place of love or trust.
The outcomes they experiences are more often than not, unintended. This is because that on this third dimensional plane of existence, it takes much longer for things to happen.
There is a lag between your creative thoughts and the results. It might be days, weeks, months or even years, so when it happens it appears that it is happening to you, rather than by you.
If you dare to suggest this to someone who believes they have a rough life, though, they will generally react in anger and abuse; spouting venomous words.
I find this curious. To me, it’s like saying: “Yes, your life sucks. Here’s what you can do to create the life you do desire,” and their response is: “How dare you suggest I can do this. *#^% you!”
People love to give their power away and blame others for it. For many, nothing is ever their fault. It’s always someone else’s. They are always the victim and everyone else is screwing them over.
This is generally life on a base level for many I know. They go from drama to drama. They struggle day to day and believe their life is horrible because of everyone else around them. They ignore all warning signs and dismiss any feelings of intuition they may have.
They make bad decision after bad decision.
They don’t seem to realize that each decision they make is attuning them to that life.
Next Thursday: What is Attunement
Got your own experiences or comments? I’d love to see them.