They are there.
its just that we dont really believe in them ( anymore )...
or for some reason their vibe might be so different than ours at the moment that we have trouble reaching them.
they are out there.
Ask your heart in a profound way. It is impossible for your heart to steer you wrong.
Einstein once said that imagination is more important than knowledge. There’s nothing can’t exist or be made real in life; all it needs is for you to focus your thoughts upon it. Anything can be real, even the fantasy things you write, and have playing out in your head. The problem with us as a race is that we get so caught up in the mundane of life, that we make it normal and just expect it to happen. The traffic jams, the noisy neighbours, the boring jobs, the litter in the streets, the feeling of being on a treadmill and so on. That’s what we make real, but it doesn’t have to be.
I look at my work career so far: I have been working for 20 years now, and haven’t once had to work in what I consider to be the rat race. I have always had active jobs, in memorable and unique places, and working enjoyable shifts. I have hardly even worked the hours 9-5 at all (maybe on three days). I look at the places I have travelled and what makes them unique and surreal. There are people who live in them all the time, and for whom the surrealism of that place (ie spirituality in Uluru, Dolce Vita in Rome, surfing on Ipanema Beach etc) is the norm, whereas for us it can just seem like a flight of fancy.
My mate and me were talking about which moment in history we would like to have lived through. I said that for me it would be the fall of the Berlin Wall, what a moment of history to be caught up in. And then it struck me: some lucky, native speaker of English, born in 1968-69 and working as a TEFL teacher on an undergraduate year abroad in West Berlin, WOULD HAVE lived there at that time and witnessed it all. What an amazing experience to be caught up in (they may well be telling the grandchildren about it right this very minute!). Such an experience of history in the making would have happened to SOMEONE and certainly wouldn’t have been mundane.
Look at James Corden meeting the biggest singers ever whilst filming Carpool Karaoke. That’s far from mundane, yet he is just a ‘normal’ bloke from High Wycombe. Look at Barack Obama becoming an ethnic minority President of the USA. At the age of 18 he was a delinquent on the streets of Honolulu, and about as far removed from the White House as you can get. Look at the life of George Orwell and how madcap it was. Or you could read successful testimonies in books like Chicken Soup for the Soul (I particularly like the story ‘Glenna’s Goal Book’)
So the trick is to think big and think about what AMAZING THINGS you would like to happen to you. Rank them in order of importance, and then focus on the biggest one first. Manifest that and it will probably help the others to happen. Once you have manifested one amazing thing, then you can manifest others and the amazing will become your new normal.
What we need to do now is to focus on something which is important to us, yet also EXTRAORDINARY in some way. Maybe something which seems impossible, or which has been blocked by lockdown. Focus on that and tell the Universe that this is what you intend to create. Be a co-creator with the Universe: you supply the thoughts and it supplies the hows and then brings it to you. Once you had done that, you will then have an amazing or impossible experience which has just happened, and you will think “ what I can do once, I can do again and again. Nothing is impossible for me. “. What an opportunity this lockdown can provide us! (Just don’t tell anyone else; use blind faith and keep it between you and the Universe).
All the responses to this post are awesome!
I didnt know I needed to hear all this. We take things for granted and then complain about life.
It is all about perspective!!