Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Why are we here?

Why are we here?  For an adventure.  It’s like why you – in this 4D reality - play a video game or get involved in any new adventure… it’s for the fun and excitement (and to play a part in the positive evolution of creation).  This is a challenge.  We are each powerful creators and we are actively building on all the creation that has preceded us, attempting to move it forward… attempting to add new energy and excitement, joy and fun to the collective adventure.  You don’t have to of course; it’s generally just more fun that way.  Not everyone is here to do good – some of us are here to challenge and test the rest of us – the bad guys and bully’s are important to us if we are to build our strength and skill as guardians and builders and caretakers of the Universe. 

So, nice to meet you – we share a great adventure, a heroic quest of vanquishing demons and becoming masters of the magic of deliberate creation.  We are at the leading edge of all creation, right here, right now.  Moment to moment we are creating new realities whether we choose to accept the responsibility or not.  This story is about learning and discovery and hopefully has a happy ending.  It’s our own choice of course.  Now, one important note:  the voice that is constantly talking in your mind is not you – the true YOU is the observer.  That voice in your head is just a bio-computer output that is constantly scanning, labeling, storing impressions, interpretations and opinions it is exposed to.  IT believes it knows all about reality but its limitation is that it believes “reality” happens to it.  IT generally accepts no responsibility for what’s going on and even if it does “intellectually”, it still can have great difficulty getting around appearances.  If a doctor tells you that you have six months to live, that bio-computer “you” that you have created to control your avatar in the story you are creating has a hard time saying and BELIEVING that appearances do not have any real substance – you can reject any outcome and do something else if you can accept it and expect it to become reality. 

It is a difficult situation.  You have created this persona and put it at the controls.  You do need it to operate in this virtual reality world we inhabit.  The problem is that all of us start to believe everything it says and since the basic program we have to work with is designed to protect us from threats – it would rather hide in a cave to be safe than to boldly go where no one has gone before – we are more likely to expect the worst rather than the best and that then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.   

And so, here we are with this particular life story – not that unlike yours although the events were things I dreamed up – we may have only slightly affected each other or some of us may have been prominent characters interacting in this play. 

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