Have you ever considered that while you believe you are creating your own reality, you may actually be recreating someone else’s version? Have you ever considered that many of us may be shaping a future planned for us by others? Are you sure that the content of your reality experience is truly by your own design?
From this perspective, life and the world as we know it, is basically a 3-D movie, which all of us collectively produce, direct and star in, on a daily basis. These modern theories about reality and unconscious co-creation are partly based on concepts arising from science, such as the ‘measurement problem’ found in Quantum Physics.
The measurement dilemma refers to an unusual phenomenon that has baffled experts. It was found that before matter manifests, it exists in many possible ways or places. According to quantum theory, matter does not exist in a specific state, or appear in a specific place, until it has been focused upon by measuring it. Only when a particle’s behavior has been measured by a scientist focusing on it, can its actual state or future manifestation be predicted. This may confirm the belief that our thoughts, words and feelings actually create our reality.
Who says they don't? I am sure you have heard the lame, old joke: "How come you never see the headline, 'Psychic Wins Lottery?" Well, it just so happens that psychics actually do win the lottery!
This proves the lame old lottery gag is indeed a myth, but what is often far more significant is the actual circumstances surrounding these wins.
Recently I had the unpleasant experience of listening to a friend and colleague being poked fun at during a live radio broadcast. She is a remarkable and truly gifted person and she was invited as a guest to speak about the work psychics do, but ended up being ambushed by the two presenters. The conversation that followed soon sounded like cross-questioning, instead of it being an objective, investigative interview. Of course, the tired old lottery joke once again made its sad appearance. Clearly these two ‘journalists’ had not done much homework.