The world is unquestionably filled with natural artistry. The Galapagos Islands teeming with colorful life, the Grand Tetons reaching high enough to cast shadows upon the clouds, and a simple garden rose infused with an inebriating fragrance are all small affidavits of the magnificence of the world in which we live. From my front door the scent of the ocean, the evening jasmine, and verdant tropical gardens are only steps away.
I created this. I created this because this is what I love. Some years ago I visualized myself living in just such a place. My world existed fully illuminated, comprised from love, and I manifested this from a dream matrix. What have you visualized while in a state of love? We are the masters of our own destinies and we can manifest those destinies, but as I ponder that realization I cannot help but notice that all is not a rose garden.
Would anyone consciously conjure negative circumstances in their own life?
Do we subconsciously emit negative energy and inflict ourselves with sorrow? If we can intend good things then can we not intend the bad as well, even subconsciously? Or are we guileless victims of circumstance? Much has been written on the subject of manifesting your intentions but where does the anguish many suffer from originate? Clearly, we cannot take credit specifically for the good and simply ignore the bad. Where do the bad things come from?
Collectively, we act as one. The “American Dream” influenced a lifestyle for millions of people for over 50 years. We perpetuated that dream but then, like waking from a nightmare in a cold sweat, we suddenly find ourselves sitting on the precipice of the complete demise of the American middle class. When Rachel Carson wrote Silent Spring she made the world aware of the problems humans pose to the environment. We banded together to put an end to polluting the rivers, estuaries, and lakes, to ban DDT, and the EPA was born. Seemingly, then, a collective conscience manifests intentions, both the good and the bad.
Looking at what we have created and destroyed equally, it’s clear the power of our intentions, collective or otherwise, is indeed very strong. Theoretically then, one should be very mindful of even the most fleeting of thoughts. What about our dreams? Do we manifest our nightly visions as well? Shall we monitor and plug in all of our thoughts like the film character Neo, in an attempt to access a matrix we can then manipulate? Shall we think about not thinking? It would be an impossibility.
We understand that love is the highest state of consciousness. And it is from this state that we consciously and subconsciously create. Entertain the memory of when you were in love, and recall that state of bliss. An orchid, though exact in its requirements, sends profusions of blooms when in a loving environment, as opposed to when it is in one in which it receives no care at all. One needs only to remember the euphoria of falling in love and the pure state of ecstasy that permeated everything and the ease with which dreams came true. Where no love exists, however, misery abounds.
The broken-hearted are surely unaware that their pain manifests as negative energy. Unfortunately, it seems to be cumulative, and when the world weeps, we all suffer egregiously. I read once that to manifest good intentions, one needs to feel so deeply emotional about your desire that it brings tears to your eyes. You should feel the emotion in the pit of your stomach. The tears are the sign that you are on the right track. Intentions will then materialize no matter if it be to save the environment, change political agendas, or write an article about the power of love for Blogcritics…