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When unwanted things happen, we tend to blame the people or circumstances around us as the cause.
When I hear others detailing the negative experiences that are occurring for them, I might remind them of the fact that they are creating their own reality.
Now depending on how much internal exploration they’ve done about their beliefs, I could receive responses that range from “you’re crazy, why would I create that for myself?” to “it’s someone else’s fault that I’m in this position.”
I am going to tell you again. And I am merely one of a multitude of resources telling you the same thing:
You are creating your entire reality. All of it. Positive and negative alike.
You will continue to have “negative” experiences until you realize that you are creating every single experience in your reality with the thoughts that you send out.
This is something worth repeating. And it’s not because you are dense, or a slow learner, or stubborn. It’s because you have inserted yourself into a reality in which we have all agreed to play under certain terms. Those terms include a mass dream in which you forget that you are the creator. We navigate our way through the system, blaming others and wishing for things that we don’t have, because we believe that the power is out there. That we must do something, or be someone, or win someone’s favor to get what we want.
This belief that others have more power than you has been hammered into you since birth. This was intentional, because if you are reading this right now, you wanted to engage in the treasure hunt for your personal power. You wanted to forget who you are, and to gradually gain remembrance of your creative powers as you navigate through life.
So if your thoughts start on a negative trajectory, building momentum from one negative thought to another, state the fact to yourself that you remember. You remember that you are creating it all.
This concept will bloom like a flower in your awareness the more you insert it there. And those situations in which you could blame another for something happening to you? You’ll recognize that you brought the situation to form, in order to explore a belief that may need housecleaning.
With each belief that’s reviewed, you make the flip from blaming the external for your situation, to acceptance that you created it in the first place. This allows you to shift your focus to creating things you would prefer.
And as you reclaim your power as the creator, your horizon widens to encourage your imagination to dream bigger.
You are creating it all. So make it good.
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