Assuming that we create reality with our thoughts, not only bothers me when I see rather carefully thought terrifies me the great responsibility that entails.
Since 1 January this year I'm repeating "A Course in Miracles" because last year I did a carefree manner due to a curious push, rather than persuasion.
After the year-long course convinced me that it is a nice way to get to the truth, and best of all, I kept this as it applies daily ..which makes miracles can experience day to day ... if I'm steady.
Today for example, I played Lesson 22 ""What I see is a form of vengeance". and goes on to say: "reality" around me is a result of my anger with the world as well as I think the world is and I relate well shown me.
Upon exercise: to look around objects and people repeating "I see only the perishable," "I see nothing that will last" "I see is not real," "what I see is a form of vengeance." ..me greeting a lady in her 60s when she went to pet my dog, the case is not how the conversation step from side to side when he told me that his dog run over a woman who was in a BMW and fled., breaking to mourn inconsolably. which shocked me to see poor women so heartbroken, I felt great empathy for his tragedy.
But soon I remembered the words of today's lesson and realized how fast the frightening reality have created an extraordinary situation well served as an example of "form of vengeance"
Although it was unpleasant to see the suffering of this woman, I also see it as a miracle surprisingly synchronized with the time of the lesson.
A paradigm change is something that needs a lot of time.
This is so, because there is something so inert as a belief and for this reason it´s need generations to change the reality.
A good compass to guide us would listen to what they wanted us to say the great thinkers and scientists of humanity from the last century and today as important messages to understand our existence ... are obviated ...but my camera don´t.
Founder of quantum theory and Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918.
"There is no matter as such."
James Hopwood Jeans.
Physical astronomer and mathematician.
“The universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine.”
Arthur Stanley Eddington.
Astronomer, physicist and mathematician.
‘To put the conclusion crudely – the stuff of the world is mind-stuff...
Nobel Prize in Physics in 1932.
“The concept of the objective reality of the elementary particles has thus evaporated"
Nobel Prize in physics in 1921.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."