∞ Universe of Infinite Evidence ∞

It’s a pretty big place we live in, this Universe. In fact, it’s the largest thing/event in the 3D (space/time) construct. It surrounds us and is in us. And even though it operates according to Universal Laws, it also obliges our thoughts like a computer obeys the programs running on it.

But if the Universe responds to what we think about, what makes it so mysterious?  How come it seems so random and at the same time shows such coherence?  Here’s an analogy that can help us understand how our reality is projected to us based on what we focus on:

Imagine the Universe as a gigantic warehouse where all possibilities are held. Every perception, idea, feeling, situation, person, and object is found in its infinite database. It’s all-encompassing: everything we ever wanted to experience can be found somewhere in this enormous cosmic goop.

Now imagine that as long as there is no observer this warehouse remains completely dark. Its contents are kept there, unseen, unless they are shined upon by a spot of light. The Universe functions on the concept that something exists only insofar as there is an observer focusing its attention on it. Only then can anything come to life, become “real”. Looking at, or focusing on something is what makes it “real” to its observer. And when no one is looking, it goes back to the nothingness whence it emerged.

So then, what or who can shed light on all this potential richness?  Only an entity with the gift of awareness… such as You. At any given moment you are retrieving data from this endless field by merely observing – that is your beam of light. However, you are not a mere spectator when you direct your attention. By focusing on something you define it The data you retrieve take whatever form your thoughts instruct it to. And the way your thoughts shape it into what we call physical manifestations depends to a large degree on what you believe is possible. In other words, whatever you think about and believe to be true or possible gets taken by the Universe as an order to fetch it for you – whether it is something you want or something you don’t. When you shine your awareness on an item in this endless warehouse, that wave of  endless possibilities gets collapsed into a particle of existence – its potentiality gets “condensed” into matter and becomes “real” in your experience (whether imagined or “real”).

Great, but what does all this have to do with me?

Look around in your life right now: the people that surround you, the food you eat, where you live, your health, your income, your internal state…  Everything you are experiencing in physical form is a residue of what you have been shining your light upon. You have created all of it by merely focusing your attention on and putting your energy into it, which has placed you on a path where only that can be observed. And this is true whether you like what you are experiencing or not. The Universe can only bring to you that which you have instructed it to show you by the power of your focus  – whether consciously or unconsciously.

So try this:
Practice observing how you’re observing. Find patterns of what aspects of life you habitually focus on. Does everyone appear annoying to you, or are they collaborators on this journey?  Is life a continuous struggle to catch up with payments and expectations, or is it the path on which you feel taken care of and able to express your true purpose?  How you view life is how it will be reflected back to you.

If there are situations in your life that you would rather do without, find the thoughts that describe them as you perceive them and question whether there are other ways to interpret them. As you begin to shift your focus, your spotlight will shine on aspects of life that were previously hidden from you. Your behavior will also begin to reflect your new paradigm, since your upgraded thoughts will begin to yield actions that are congruent with them. The more you practice experiencing life the way you want, the more life will reflect back to you the way you want to experience it.

Shine your spot toward the light and you’ll not only redeem what you truly want – you’ll also redeem yourself from hardship. The Universe will sooner or later reward you for your efforts, guaranteed.

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Here’s a gift from the Future. It’s your Present.

Wait… isn’t it the other way around?  Isn’t it: past, then present, then future?  Doesn’t the present come from the past?  Isn’t the future what comes from the present?  Isn’t this backwards?

Here’s my take:

From a linear point of view, it’s stupid clear: the past came first. You have the memory of reading that last sentence. It happened recently, and, indeed, it already happened. That’s the past. It happened first.

Then comes the present, the now, the actual moment during which you are reading this very word and which dissolves into, yes, the past, as soon as your attention passes every fragment of every letter. What was “now” a moment ago is (now) gone, cataloged under what we call memory, and not “here” or “now” anymore. And, pardoning the redundancy, this happens after what came first – the past. So, the present comes after the past.

Then comes the third main concept we use to chop up time, the future. It hasn’t happened yet, so therefore it must happen after both the past and present.

It makes sense.

But there’s a catch. Time is only linear from a certain, if rudimentary, perception of it. It tends to be more cyclical in the way we’ve gotten used to living it, like the wheel of a hamster that can spend its whole life running and not go anywhere. The mind is notorious for recreating what is familiar to it. You made a decision at some point in time that you’re too short, mommy doesn’t love you, and work is hard to find. You also came to believe that spaghetti tastes great, your city is the coolest place on earth, and your favorite color is orange. When your mind is presented with a situation that has to do with any of these programmed bits, it will choose and find evidence according to what it’s used to, further reaffirming what you already find familiar and “true”.

So, in a way, your present actually came from Continue reading