How are you this Saturday?
Today I want to talk about the old adage, “See it to believe it”.
It’s a popular saying, and something many of us consider to be true.
What if we have it the wrong way around? What it we have to actually ‘believe it to see it’?
If you know anything about the law of attraction, you will know that you have to fully experience what you desire to draw it to you.
If, for example, you want rain, you must feel it as viscerally as possible. The smell, the feel, the sound, the taste, see it, engage as many senses as you can.
If you wish to manifest abundance, you must avoid fretting about mounting bills and instead feel that you are already wealthy.
When you wish to create a reality, you must have gratitude. Reminisce about future memories. Wistfully and fondly remember events that have yet to happen.
Obsessing about fearful situations actually helps to create them.
“Worrying is like praying for something that you don’t want to happen”
We create our reality through our thoughts be they positive or negative.
I think the Mad Hatter said it best:-
“You know what the issue is with this world? Everyone wants some magical solution to their problems and everyone refuses to believe in magic.”
If we have to see it to believe it, it’s already there, the creation part has been completed.
Our perception is so limited. We can see very little of what is going on around us through visible light. We can’t see basic things like sound, wifi, radio waves. Solid matter is barely solid, it’s mainly space even though we perceive it as solid.
We have probably all heard the old wives tale around fairies. Only people who believe in fairies can, in fact, see them. What if this is actually true? What if we can only see what we believe? If we don’t believe something to be so, then it’s not true for us, or the other way around.
Think of placebos. They appear to be such an anomaly. How can an empty medicine, a mere sugar pill actually help? Prozac one of the best-selling medicines on the market. The placebo for it has the same effect.
If people believe they are receiving the placebo, it has the same effect as the actual drug. ‘Believe it to see it.’
I think that we have ‘reality’ inside out and upside down. What if believing in something wholeheartedly actually brought it into being?
Abracadabra, is a well known ‘magical’ word, the meaning and origin is hotly debated. I will go for the one that I like best which is ‘What I think, I create’.
What if thought and belief is, in fact, the power of creation?
Food for thought!
By the way, I’ll be teaching level 1 in Birmingham on March 7-8th well as London April 4-5th. If you or any friends are interested in learning magic, please do get in touch. The price is £250.
Have an amazing week.