Blance rears its symmetrical head again
Posted by MB on January 22, 1998 at 15:54:49:
In response to What a wonderful question..., written by gkb on January 21, 1998 at 22:01:58
] Some people think one should focus only on the ideal, to be heartened for the long struggle, never to think about negative aspects of life. To look at the worst and be depressed, or to look at the best and be uplifted? This is a modern Hamlet's dilemma.
What about focusing on both and, hopefully, finding the balance, the "happy" medium?
] As long as we get to choose and order the contents of our awareness, we can affect the morphogenetic field that Rupert Sheldrake talks about. We can select what is to be most manifest by focusing our consciousness. We actually create reality by the persistence of our thoughts. To do this, we must know what is really happening and what is probable, but we must also be able to sustain a vision of how things can be better or different from what we perceive at first. Things are not always what they seem--but sometimes, they are!
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