I need trust when there’s no evidence. But there’s evidence everywhere that I create the life I live. It’s important knowing where evidence is. That way I see it.
Evidence is all around me. The more I see, the more I see. There is overwhelming evidence. The only thing keeping me from seeing all that evidence is me.
More specific: What keeps me from seeing all the evidence are old beliefs I keep alive in my Moment of Becoming. Beliefs contrary to what I now know.
When these old beliefs, these old stories stay active, I don’t see the evidence. That’s because these old beliefs say “‘you create your reality’ is bullshit”.
They say my birth was a random chance of molecular and genetic predisposition. They say the universe is uncaring and objective, separate from me. They say I must do as others do to get what I want. They say I’m not unique. I’m not powerful. That I’m not eternal. That I am a small speck.
I know these stories are petering out in me. But their echos remain like ghosts. I know they’re still around, even though evidence supporting them is less visible. I know they’re still around because of how I feel sometimes.
I don’t feel this way as much as I feel ecstasy though. These days ecstasy predominates.
But I know those old beliefs are still there. Because I sometimes feel a sliver of negative emotion. Standing there, in those stories, trust is needed.
Because there, I can’t see evidence telling me I create reality. Even though the evidence literally is right in my face.
Knowing where the evidence is, finding it regularly, seeing it in great big piles makes trusting unnecessary. That’s why I don’t need trust. I know.
Evidence “I create my reality” dominates. How else can it be?
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Maybe, because people don’t know how to see the evidence, they create stories like “it doesn’t work” or “it’s bullshit”. Or, they call it “wishful thinking”.
Here’s the irony: It is working for these people too. Evidence is all around them.
That it’s not working is the evidence.
It looks like “it doesn’t work” because the story “it doesn’t work” creates life experience confirming that. 🤷🏽♂️
Stand in “It doesn’t work” then look for evidence of it working. Life will show you it’s not working. But that’s what you’re creating. So that’s what you’re seeing: it not working. And it working.
If you don’t know how to see the evidence, you’ll feel insecure, powerless and other negative emotions. You might get angry, or indignant. You’ll think you’re right. You’ll write blogs sharing your righteousness. You’ll post “Stories” on Facebook and Instagram. You’ll have facts. And, of course, you will be right.
But you’re also not. Life experience created from any attitude (where you stand) matches that attitude. So you are right.
But you’re also not, because the life experience you’re creating is proving what you think. Thus, it is proving “it works” and “it doesn’t work” AT THE SAME TIME 😂😂😂
Negative emotions are strong. Let’s say someone stands in the attitude “it doesn’t work”. Then they look for evidence it does work as a way of trying to prove it doesn’t. In other words, they’re not really looking for evidence it does work. They’re looking for evidence confirming their attitude, which looks like the absence of evidence that it’s working.
When a person does that, they experience a range of emotions. Collectively it may feel like “disbelief” or “doubt”. Even “foolishness”. Foolishness sounds like this:
“I can’t believe I even tried to prove this shit works. I’m an idiot!”
Feeling doubt, the no-evidence-seer will draw to them all kinds of other stories/beliefs. Stories that reinforce their original story. The no-evidence-seer will then act in reinforcing ways. Including telling more stories which create more evidence of it not working. They’ll also draw to them people telling like stories. For the most part, that’s what science does when it considers this subject. 😂
For example, someone who believes science has all the answers might scoff to a friend about what happened. The friend may agree with the no-evidence-seer, themselves being one who also puts great weight in science. Such agreement reinforces the first no-evidence-seer’s beliefs.
What happens eventually is, no-evidence-seers live their lives in insecurity and powerlessness, aka “doubt”. Then they make things happen the hard way: Through effort, struggle, sacrifice.
I know. I was one of those people.
They don’t believe they create their reality. So they look to other people for guidance, advice, what success looks like, what love looks like, what happiness looks like. They don’t know they feel powerless or insecure most of the time because such feelings feel normal to them. Which is why ecstasy feels so extraordinary when it happens. Usually during sex. Or a wonderful meal. But hardly ever any other time.
It’s ironic because ecstasy is supposed to be the dominant life experience.
Insecurity and powerlessness tell the person feeling them something. But the no-evidence-seer misses that message. So, they get lost in the spectacle of a willy-nilly created life. Random lives. Lives where dreams die. Where mediocrity predominates.
There’s nothing wrong with that. Statistically, it’s the average person’s life. And eventually everyone sees the evidence. Everyone sees it the moment they die.
That’s not my path though.
I see evidence everywhere. So I’m clear. I’m ecstatic about All That Is, about life, about my life, about me.
I need trust in the absence of evidence.
But I have plenty evidence.
So I don’t need trust.
Addendum: While editing this story, Apple Music played a song by Nina Simone. It’s called “Feeling Good”. The lyrics are appropriate given what I’ve shared here. I’m feeling good. You can too…
Many people I work alongside complain about life. They complain about work. They complain about what’s happening after work. And before work.
Maybe you work with people like that.
When they’re at work, though, most of their complaints are about work.
Most times I avoid such comments. Or I ignore them. Coworkers I’m friendly with know I make no time for their complaints. So one’s I’m friendly with don’t complain around me.
Since my promotion, I’ve gained credibility in my coworkers’ eyes. Both those I’m friendly with and those I’m not.
Today I approached one coworker I’m not so friendly with. The other day, he talked about a pair of winter work gloves he’s thinking about buying. I’m looking for some too. So I asked him about what he was looking at.
But the conversation jumped from gloves to his recent delivery route experience. He told me about how difficult his route had been. How many apartments he had. How much of a struggle it was delivering in apartments.
I said “You know, if you didn’t talk so much about things going wrong on your route, your route would get easier.”
He gave me a blank look.
I added “I know you don’t understand what I’m saying. That’s because you don’t believe thoughts create reality. You believe reality is independent of your thoughts and beliefs.”
He said, “Ok, tell me how exactly it would happen that if I change my thoughts my routes would get easier.”
I said “I can answer that in complete detail. But because you believe reality is independent of your thoughts and beliefs, the words I would share with you would have no meaning to you.”
“Well you certainly have me pegged correctly,” he sad. “I don’t believe my thoughts can change my reality.”
At that point, I asked him what I have in previous, similar conversations: “Have you tested your beliefs to see if you’re right?”
He said he hadn’t.
Of course he hadn’t. Few have.
Then the conversation got interesting.
“I can tell you one thing that’s probably creating my delivery route experience,” he said with confidence.
“Ok,” I said, smiling. “Tell me.”
“That algorithm,” he said. Our company uses an in-house software that tells drivers where to deliver. We’ve been told that software observes how a driver delivers one day. The next day the software alters that person’s route based on its observances.
The driver continued. “The algorithm is designed to give us the same route we deliver successfully so that we get even more efficient on that route.”
I said my route is always easy, in an easy area, the load is easy to deliver and customers on my route are super-friendly. I also told him I never bring back packages when I’m done and usually get my route done early.
He said “that’s because the algorithm keeps giving you that route because you’re successful at it.”
What the driver didn’t know was there was a flaw in this logic. I pointed it out to him.
“So if the software designs your route based on your successful route the previous delivery cycle,” I asked, “then why do you keep getting sucky routes?”
He paused in thought.
Then said, “because we’re told the software works that way. But I don’t think it really does.”
But that logic didn’t make sense either. “If that’s true,” I said, “then why does the software keep giving me the same route, in the same area with great customers and easy delivery days?”
something has greater influence over all factors involved in delivering these packages. The algorithm plays a part. But there are the people who pick the packages, label them, and organize them according to other software directions. These people can introduce all kinds of variances changing route characteristics.
Dispatchers sometimes rearrange routes. This rearrangement often changes decisions the algorithm makes.
And yet, with all these variables, I still get the same route. With all the wonderful features I laid out above. There must be something else influencing deliveries.
That creates different delivery experiences for different people. Differences that can’t be attributed to the algorithm.
I know that greater influence is my broader perspective. It responds to my focus. Being positively focused, I draw from All That Is only realities consistent with that.
So my routes are always wonderful, my customers fun and happy and my delivery days easy and fun.
Meanwhile, those complaining about their delivery experiences, get more of that. Complaining gives more to complain about.
Unbeknownst to my colleague the Universe laid bare its secrets. But he couldn’t see them. They were as clear as the words coming out of his mouth. But he couldn’t hear the logical flaws in his beliefs and thoughts. Flaws pointing right at the secret: You create reality by tuning yourself to specific probable futures matching your thoughts and beliefs. This happens all day every day, in every moment.
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If you complain, you get more to complain about. If you’re happy and care free, life reflects that.
I prefer the latter. So that’s what I pay attention to. And that’s what I get.
The driver talking with me believes his thoughts and beliefs don’t shape his reality. So he gets realities that seem random and chaotic. Randomness and chaos come from beliefs in randomness and chaos.
But such beliefs mask the 100 percent correlation. Correlation that really is causation.
I love how clear reality presents to me Universal Secrets. Sometimes it’s through direct observation, manifestation of a desire I have or a conversation. Each time I’m reminded how awesome life is.
And it’s getting better and better. I love sharing my insights. I know when I do, I move humanity, the world and the universe forward.
It’s what I’m here to do. I’m glad I have such an awesome role to play in the context of All That Is.
An addendum: The next day, this same driver came to me. He said “I’m not saying our conversation had anything to do with it, but my day went very smooth yesterday.”
As I have said, results are immediate. Which is why I give my Positively Focused clients a 100 percent money back guarantee.
I never have to return their money though. Because the results always happen. That’s because what I share with my clients and through this blog is 100 percent accurate.
They are the secrets of the Universe. Sharing them fulfills me.
Addendum #2 (Dec 3. 2019) last week, I got dispatched to help a fellow driver with her delivery route. It was a chaotic mess. Something went very wrong in how the route got assembled. That’s why this driver was having such a hard time delivering her packages.
When I returned to the station, I asked, out of curiosity, how a route could get so badly organized. His answer reflected exactly what I’m saying in this post. He told me why and how it could happen. Then, at the end, he said “It’s just a matter of bad luck. That this happens to some drivers.”
I don’t consider it a matter of “luck”. Luck is what people who don’t understand what’s happening behind the scenes use to describe what’s going on. But it’s interesting, right? With all the details organizing routes, in the end, “luck” plays a big part. The question is then, how do you get luck on your side?
My life has become a constant flow of delight. My Inner Being said this would happen.
Sometimes I miss the delight until after the fact. Sometimes I get it before, in the midst of, and after the fact.
Reviewing my journal today, I got the former, the latter and the in between! LOL
The more Positively Focused I am, the more this kind of thing happens. I’ve said before, I could spend all day writing about things happening. Wonderful, thrilling things are happen all around me these days.
The question always is: is my awareness up to speed enough to real-ize them?
Apparently so! Because I’m see them more and more.
Keep a journal. I strongly encourage everyone do this. This morning I am reviewing last week’s entries. Keeping a journal is great. Journaling’s super power happens when I review past entries regularly.
Today, I’m reviewing last week. Last week I posted this illustrated post about how people reflect back to me my life experience.
I create these illustrations over several weeks. Here’s how I do it.
I create the text first. Then do the drawings. I polish both, review them, then schedule them to share with you all.
I scheduled that post, somewhere around October 8. Then forgot about it.
Then, according to my journal, on October 26, I found the purse I wrote about in this post.
I shared this story with my Tumblr followers. I didn’t share it here on my blog. Sometimes I have time-scarcity about where to share the
good great news. 🙃 🙄 So I only posted it where most of my followers are.
Anyway. I wrote about finding the wallet in my journal too.
Two days later, on October 28, I received the crazily complimentary voicemail from the young woman’s father.
I wrote about this in my Journal too.
Then, this morning, reviewing my week, I got how all these events played together.
Follow the timeline with me…
How past, present and future mixed perfectly proving what illustration post’s assertion!
My illustration, which I created well before I found the purse, and before I got the father’s voicemail, described how people reflect back to me my connection with my Broader Consciousness.
Then I found the purse. Then got the father’s voicemail. In it, he describes my Broader Consciousness as a perfect mirror!
It’s like past and future were living things, working in my now to delight me and present examples demonstrating to me (and you, dear reader) what I know!
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I know my Broader Perspective, which is what I am in nonphysical, plays across time and space in a non-linear way. It weaves past and future into my present. Events from all three reflect back to me my divinity.
That process organized the events:
Life becomes a delightful joy ride the more I make being Positively Focused a consistent way of being. It’s a journey of constantly unfolding pleasures.
Is there any other better way to live?
I say: no way!
11/9 UPDATE: This week the family also sent this wonderful card in the mail, plus a $10 reward. Very cool.
Loving the job you have blurs the lines between that and doing a job you love. I know humans create their reality. So when a person hates the job they have, they can’t get to the job they’d love. They’re focusing on the job they don’t like and have. So they’re creating more of that.
It’s only by finding aspects of the job they have that they can love that they begin tuning their reality to include having doing a job they love.
The same is true for money. The same is true for relationships. The same is true for everything. This I know.
It all begins with being positive, happy and celebrating what is in my now, now. Then, I watch. Because then I see tiny clues that my reality is changing into that which I want.
It’s gradual at first (like everything in physical reality). But like everything in physical reality that becomes more (plants growing bigger, children turning to adults, clouds dissipating into clear blue skies), in time, evidence becomes overwhelming.
Then I find myself in a new reality. The one I created.
But I know I can’t get to that new reality while focused on a reality I don’t like.
Good news: Every reality, no matter how bad it is, also contains elements worthy of joyful attention. I find those. That’s how I change all circumstances into that which I’m wanting.
What am I wanting? A joyful life adventure.
And that’s exactly what I have.
My life is a template for my Broader Awareness. When it matches what I am in nonphysical reality, it becomes a wonderland. I know a Positive Focus helps tunes me to the best part of me. That part of me that knows all my desires, knows the best way to make them my reality, and always sends me signals which lead me there. Tuning myself to those signals creates my best life. My “Personal Utopia”. It also feels fucking great. When I feel so great, I want to share it with others. That’s why I created Positively Focused.