What we believe dictates how we think plus how “our version of reality” reacts to us as we interact with others. What we don’t believe is possible changes nothing for the world around us but impacts us greatly. The “don’t believes” limit what we could achieve which otherwise would be possible for us. The “believe” and “don’t believe” list create blockages becoming part our individual version of reality stacking the deck in a game of life. We are the creators of our reality individually and collectively. We’re solely responsible for what we create and we’re called to exist in our creation until such time we see a higher truth of what we’ve created.
It’s been mentioned in a number of other posts we create what we focus our thoughts on. Most of us at some time or another have seen someone else and we think “they’re so lucky to . . . “, in all actuality those we’re seeing as being lucky are actually those thinking differently than the norm. Many of them are focused for the most part on positive thought rather than drama, I can’t, I wish I could or any other “reason” we could think of for not being or doing what we want. It’s all about what/how we think. It’s a shock when we see how we’ve self-sabotaged our own life. Not only now, how many times in other incarnations have we done the same thing, it’s all in the Akash affecting us daily just waiting to be found and cleaned up.
Believe it or not truth has nothing to do with belief, if it did we wouldn’t create our own blockages from false perceptions we hold as true. Since we believe what we know is the truth this may well surprise many if not most reading this. Humanity on the whole has a belief there’s a singular truth for everything, you either have it or you’re wrong. This one misperception is responsible for a few wars and battles around the world throughout the centuries especially when religion is involved. At best truth is “our truth” which may or may not apply to anyone else. We are all unique with different experience having learned different lessons. Most of us have heard the term a “higher truth,” there’s always a greater truth than we’re prepared to understand. As our understanding grows we see higher truths than those we held as being true before.