Creating Reality through Thought: How It Works, Why It Fails, and How to Fix It

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  1. Luath says:

    So, when someone mugs you in the alley and I pass by, I should just walk on, thinking that perhaps, for some reason, you wanted to be mugged and therefore to intervene would intefere with your reality as you wanted it? How about rape? You really think that someone conciously desires to be raped and therefore it is manifested in reality? I think that is an insult to the human condition. It does not take into account the obvious fact that reality is imposed from without and we either adjust or we don’t. How about Hurricane Katrina? Are you saying that one conciously created those conditions anf therefore manifested them in real life? What about those who did not want to lose everything? Screw them, they can just deal? “Creating your own reality by thought” is a monstrous lie and is indicative of mental illness. Because those who believe that are not playing with the same deck of cards, that the rest of us are.

  2. admin says:

    Dear Luath,

    You’ve missed the key word, which is FEAR. A person that fears to be raped creates the conditions for it to happen. A person that fears to fall – will fall. A person that fears her “human condition” to be insulted – will get it insulted. Not because we just thought of it, or imagined it, but because we thought of it or imagined it this way.

    Please don’t just read again, but try this article. Believe me, I was very skeptical reading it for the first time. But then I decided to give this simple method a try (so simple!). And it worked even after a slightest effort. Then I tried it next night, and it worked again! Bit by bit, step by step, but it works!

    I haven’t told about it to Bronte (the author) yet, waiting for more evident results, but ‚Äî I wouldn’t publish this article here if it was a “monstrous lie”. :))

  3. admin says:

    Dear Luath, here goes the comment I have just received from Bronte Baxter:

    Dear L.

    You wrote: “You really think that someone consciously desires to be raped and therefore it is manifested in reality?” No, never consciously, not even unconsciously probably. But in the unconscious is where the trouble is.

    As Paul says, fear or hopelessness, a feeling of defeat or helplessness — these things lower our energy vibration and allow negative experiences and entities to enter our lives. Not through desire, but through permission. It’s kind of like a good kid getting beat up on the playground. Did he desire it? No. Did he have an attitude that allowed it to happen? Yes, though probably on an unconscious level.

    This is why addressing the subconscious attitudes that hold our undesired realities in place is important (I wrote about how to do this in my article). When you combine cleaning out the subconscious fearful/defeatist attitudes with injecting new ideas into the subconscious of success, love, freedom and happiness, those things start to manifest in your life. I understand your outrage, because you see this fact as disempowering. But look at the other side of the coin.

    Where I myself feel outrage is at the dogma of “karma.” The “Law of Karma” preaches that we all get what we DESERVE. Now that IS disempowering, and a whole other story. According to karma, we must suffer because we need to learn a lesson. I say, we suffer because we think we have to, or because we hold a deeply harbored attitude that bad things have to happen.

    These techniques really do work, L. I speak from years of experience, and many manifested “miracles.” Thousands of other people around the world are experiencing the same thing, too.


  4. Skywatcher2 says:

    Two things:

    First, Luath, lighten up a little. Do you even know if it’s possible, or are you just skeptical by nature?

    Secondly, I personally have witnessed the power of attraction, and I would be willing to bet that everyone has as well, but didn’t realize it.

    Hasn’t anyone ever been around someone who is always negative, pessimistic, or cynical? Have you ever noticed that everything in their life seems to turn to crap, and they never get a break? At least that is what they will constantly complain about. I have known many people like this, and in every case they seem to be attracting the bad luck they are receiving by constantly talking about it.

    On the other hand, I have known people who are positive, optimistic, and always upbeat about everything in their life. These people almost always have things going their way. They are happier, and do not seem to attract negative things into their life, but do, in fact attract positive things. So whether or not this concept is proveable, I don’t know. But I do know that it does work, and some people can actually use it to their advantage. Just my two cents…

  5. Mia says:

    THANK YOU ADMIN! I absolutely love your comment on this page and i’m positively glad i read this whole thing. It really makes me feel happy to know that tomorrow is a new day and i and everybody else can be happy. and you definitely hit the dot when you say that the karma stuff is disempowering.

    so thanks, to admin and the person that wrote this essay for you made goosebumps rise on my arms and smile on my face. 🙂

  6. admin says:

    Dear Mia, all thanks go to Bronte Baxter, the author of this wonderful article. Without her we’d have nothing to comment and no pleasure to thank each other. It’s 2 am in Paris. I’m glad that my new day begins with a smile on your face. 🙂