Reality: collective hunch at best!

lily-tomlin-actress-quote-reality-is-nothing-but-a-collective-hunchThe article Energies Part 4: Designer Energies has been read by many people, and everyone I have spoken with, has, so far, misunderstood it.

Why? Because the article touches on the most fundamental world view through which you perceive everything: Your personal reality.

You can't see it, you can't verbalize it, you don't believe when someone calls it your world view: it is reality for you, and that's that.

No matter who it is, what they do for a living, what level of education, what level of vibration they are at: we all have a personal reality. Vastly different one from another...

All personal realities have commonalities

  • you consider naming it and claiming it as a proof that you are in control
  • you consider what you see real
  • you consider reality knowable
  • you consider that what you see is objective reality and has nothing to do with your world view.



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quantum mechanics model of realityIf you are a two-bit person, linear, one dimensional, your reality, the whole vast universe is perceived by you as two dimensional, simple, and explainable.

Life leaves you disempowered, disappointed, high and dry... because, of course, reality is not one-dimensional, not two dimensional, but many-many dimensional, and the human mind is unable to see even just a little bit of it.

But regardless, humans, from the beginnings of time, have been trying to explain reality, so they can wrap it up, and control it.

Myth Is a Theorem 1 About the Nature of Reality

The gods of the Greek Mythology live in the heavens, throw rocks, fight, fight with fire, have children, cheat on each other... big drama, you get it, and now you can get down to living, you understand how it works.

The gods of the Egyptians, the Great Spirit of the Indians, the hundreds of thousands of gods of the Hindus, the one Judeo-Christian God, Jesus, are all created in our imagination. The Bible, Kabbalah, Numerology, Astrology, all want to explain life... so you can start getting an illusion that you can control life.

All these human creations, constructs are designed to explain the unexplainable, the complex and largely unpredictable reality...

We want to reduce the risk that life is...

Explaining reduces the perceived risk that life is... but of course life is risky...

But it's easier to explain, easier to make up spiritual laws, laws of attraction, reciprocity and other happy horse-manure, than say: OK, I am here, let's dance.

you are trying to reduce the risk that life is, instead of growing into dancing with lifeDancing with life is beautiful, even if it is risky. Every dancing is beautiful, even if the other person may step on your toe, or you on theirs...

But the direction life is going is to avoid dancing: people don't even touch each other on the dance floor, they just bumble about and call it a dance.

Nothing in our upbringing, nothing in our education prepares us to life, to dancing, to loving the dance.

Instead we live 90+% of our lives in our own head, surprised that nothing happens.

Every disappointment, every mis-step makes us withdraw further and further, and we stop living, we are just waiting for life to begin...

My friend has been talking about starting a business that will make big money. So far he has spent tens of thousands of dollars on buying programs, but no real action.

When I asked him, this morning, what was missing, he said action... When I asked what was missing for him to be in action, he didn't know.

I say that what is missing for him to be in action is commitment.

But the truth is, that you are always committed to something. What are you committed to?

Being safe is an answer that skirts the truth, but isn't the answer.

You are committed to your delusions about yourself

... to your world view that is delusional about the world itself, and about yourself.

You fancy yourself committed to growing, committed to spirituality, committed to living a life you love. But it is a lie.

If you want to find out what someone is committed to, don't pay any attention to what they say. Only pay attention to their actions and to their results.

If you are committed to the self-image of someone who is committed to growth, you are NOT committed to growth, unless you are growing.

But if it is a pretense, then you'll do the steps that skirt the topic, buy teleseminars, webinars, coaching, energy remedies, energies, blah blah blah, and yet you won't be growing.

It is counter with your pretense: actually growing KILLS the pretense of wanting to grow.

It is a lot like TRYING. When I want to demonstrate TRYING, I ask someone to try to do something, like click a button, say a word... First they actually do the action I asked them to TRY to do... but TRYING means not doing... you either try or you do, you can't have both.

Your pretense is that you are trying. Your excuse is that you are trying. And you are right. You are trying, because being committed to trying excludes any action of DOING.

The problem is that your Soul is killing you

... you are a freakin' liar, and you, deep inside, know it.

Now, here is the kicker: you don't have to be the thing you pretend. No one said it's better to try to grow than to stay the way you are.

In my programs you get to tell the truth, and get to give up the pretense.

Once you can choose your life how it is, as your real life, not your temporary life until you actually do what you have been pretending to want to do for eons, you can calm down, and start owning your life.

And in that rare space, in the space of acceptance of things the way they are, and they way they aren't, you can, if you want, make a commitment to do something...

If you want. You don't have to.

You'll be OK if you don't. But you'll be also OK if you do... except that the pretense gone, you can now act on your commitment to do something, and get it done.

With integrity. Or cancel your commitment, with integrity.

And life will work again

.... Because without integrity nothing in life works. Nothing. Not your health, not your relationships, not your money, not your state of mind.

Getting back to integrity needs you to hire a mentor who won't let you off the hook.

Because left to your own devices, you prefer pretending than integrity...

Dancing? You'll watch that on television instead.


  1. the·o·rem
    noun: theorem; plural noun: theorems

    a general proposition not self-evident but proved by a chain of reasoning; a truth established by means of accepted truths.
    a rule in algebra or other branches of mathematics expressed by symbols or formulae.

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