Our childhood is nothing less than amazing! We may not have realised what we have been doing since. You may scoff at the idea, but it is true, we may have simply lost the ability to believe and understand it.
Everyone deserves to know and understand
It doesn’t require a diploma, years of study to acquire, or a privileged lifestyle. It is one of our basic functionalities of life. A most natural ability—like breathing or using our five senses. We are born with this skill, and yet, it can remain hidden within in each of us. From a young age, we are encouraged not to do many things, such as: don’t hold your breath, don’t pull faces, don’t keep asking questions, and so on. This persists mainly during childhood – a period of growth in every sense of the word, spiritually, mentally, and physically.
I have seen evidence of children under the age of 10 in England who have developed the ability to See without using their eyes. Experiments where they wear masks over their eyes and yet can read from a book, see what someone writes on a page in the same room or describe a drawing of something created by another. Immediately, I questioned why I couldn’t do that as a child or even now. Perhaps, if someone had told me I could do the same at that age, I would have had the needed belief to allow me to see as do those children?
What I am suggesting here, is what else could we have done as a child when our minds were open to anything and our imaginations weren’t being restricted. Now, at the age of 68, I wonder if it is too late to change, undo, or reprogram my brain. Do I still retain some of that magic from my youth? I’m still of the very same fabric of life and carry the blueprint in my cells, DNA, and every level of my biology. I feel it should be possible and why not? Anything is possible, I tell myself with a strong degree of conviction.
This is the positive mindset that I work on a daily basis. It has changed my life over the past 4-5 years and given me the ability to write this now. This is my seeing, feeling, and knowing all expressed within and through me, in my words and articles, and as a magical experience that I encounter with a greater force and frequency. It has an impact on my life, mind, and perception (I’ve explained the power of perception many times in my writing!)
I highly recommend that you ponder, reexamine, and reflect upon your life so far, looking back at what has happened, reflecting on what you desired, dreamed about, and wanted. The easiest part to understand is the Wanted part. How do we go about getting what we want? We imagine how good it could be to have what we want, see how things could be better and how we’d be happier in ourselves by getting what we want!
Beauty in its simplicity
What happened is simply a question of our perception of the experience. Because this is such a natural quality, we do not see it as anything special, something to be nurtured or refined to work on, or how to better ourselves in a more positive way. We already have many skills and abilities, and yet, we have either forgotten we have them or have allowed ourselves to be drawn away from them by a perceived need for survival. When all we had to do was create our survival by our own thoughts and perceptions.
Fear is one of the strongest and most powerful emotions that we possess. It can prevent us from living a good and happy life. There are many ways to overcome fear, through the use of breathing techniques, meditation, therapy, and others. Fear stops us from perceiving what we do not understand and subsequently stops us from embracing it and including it in our lives.
When we can understand how we create and influence everything that we encounter and experience, we will become empowered in our own truth. Every one of us has this ability, no studying, no gurus, no preacher, no government required, just ourselves to be aware and understand of what we are capable of. To be confident that we are as good as everyone else because we are all just the same, we are all born and then ultimately die. We all need love and connection with others, a sense of belonging, and to be a part of a community. These are basic human qualities. We do not need to find them as we already have them from birth.
In the end
What happens when we die is up to each of us by what we choose to believe and perceive. You may believe that life ends when your body loses the ability to function properly; perhaps that is what you will find. There are theories, beliefs, and versions of life after death that go back to the earliest civilisations. These beliefs are present today, however, the story has evolved in a manner to fit the perceptions of each generation. Sometimes to be fabricated by those in power, or by those more spiritually connected and open to the wonders of life. Ultimately, we have the choice of what to believe, perceive, and create as a reality. I believe I do not cease to exist upon the death of my physical body. That energy cannot be destroyed is a scientific fact. I am energy and will continue, perhaps to return to this world if I so choose.
Civilisation, as we see it today, has not progressed overall and shows clearly that errors have been made. Situations allowed to develop by the complicit nature have created in societies a surrender of individual responsibilities to others. Even forsaking asking questions or trusting in our own natural-born instincts and abilities. In understanding our history and our personal power and skills, we cannot continue in the same manner as the world has done previously. History has led us to this breakpoint, where there is no other choice but to change.
A wonder and magic that science cannot match
Science is aware that we are more powerful than the world’s best computer. There are those who envision our future as being fully integrated with technology via implants and more. Microchips that dispense with physical items such as bank cards, ID, etc. Replaced by connections through a PC, smartphone, network, or scanner, and who knows what? Who really benefits from these new types of connection to the human body and mind and soul? I seriously doubt I will and decline that route as of now.
Technology is and can be great, but it must be implemented with a high degree of morality, not simply on a profit-making venture and endgame. When it’s being talked about as being an integral part of what we are, important questions need to be asked. Ones that will ensure nobody can suffer from their health of any other way from its use and introduction. It’s a question that really should never be required to be asked, but it has become critical now.
Technology and science are knowledge that should serve humanity and improve many things. It does not need to sit within us. It cannot improve on what we already are and have, no matter what is stated. This is my belief, perception, and reality. Where I stand today and forever.
Just be your true self!
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