What if Perception Determines Reality?

Part of the What if Conversations Series

 By The Prophet of Life

What if reality as we know it is nothing more than an agreed upon set of rules that we all follow?

What if the laws of physics were both true and not true? What if they were true for those who agree to follow them but can be superseded by those who don’t agree?

This could explain the anomalies of a small group of people who have throughout our history seemed to defy physical laws. The Siddhas who can lift inches above the ground, the witch doctors, and sorcerers and warlocks who seem to be able to tap into an alternate consciousness to do things the rest of humanity knows are impossible.

What if reality was determined by one’s perception and a change in perception could yield a change in one’s reality?

Imagine the possibilities in human health, in conquering war and famine and pollution. This would mean that the first step in changing our world for the better is to change our collective consciousness. A change in our collective consciousness would lead to a change in our collective actions.  We could, as one race, the human race, change our world. The world doesn’t have to be polluted. Hunger doesn’t have to be prevalent. Disease doesn’t have to run rampant. War doesn’t have to be declared.

It may be impossible to change the collective consciousness of all of humanity all at once. It is, however, possible to change the collective consciousness of humanity one person at a time. The Lord sent me these “What if” Conversations so that we may begin the conversations that will lead to changing the collective consciousness of humanity. If you have found this conversation, you have been chosen to be one of the people who begin the conversation. Whether or not you choose to participate is of course, up to you. Think about the issues raised here. Meditate upon them. Share and discuss them with your friends and colleagues. Begin the change.

 

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