“We’re making it up. The world, the universe, life, reality. Especially reality.” ~Tony Robbins
A belief is only a chronic and repetitive pattern of thought. It is nothing more than thoughts we continue to think, over and over again. We are prisoners of our own minds, of our own beliefs, and many are unaware how beliefs create limits in our reality. It is through our beliefs that we create our reality and our individual beliefs are what contributes to the collective matrix as whole.
“All our knowledge has its origin in our perceptions.” ~Leonardo Da Vinci
What do you believe? Why do you believe what you believe? Do you believe that you are your name, your body, do you believe in your religion? Do you believe in the existence of an external God? When God is found within you? However, how can you believe in God? When by the simple act of believing in God limits what is unlimited. The belief in God becomes it’s own final obstruction to the discovery of the Universal Mind. A collective reality is an illusion, nothing in our physical world is real, it is only a mirror of what is within our subconscious minds. Perhaps this is what Jesus meant when he said:
“My kingdom is not of this world.”
If you look deep into the physical nature of our bodies you will find cells and molecules. If you go further you will find different combinations of atoms. Go further and you will find electrons, protons and neutrons. Again, go even further and you will find empty space. All of this emptiness is happening within our minds. Even in our brains, which is where we believe that the mind resides, is not real. It is a construct of the mind itself. However, no matter how empty our physical reality is, an individual reality is not an illusion but an abstraction of an internal belief that exist within us. It is what we pull out of it, and we can abstract only what we become aware of, reflected back to us like a mirror as physical reality. It is God’s way of becoming self aware through you and me. Our beliefs only serve to keep us from thinking that we’re not insane. Remember you cannot spell the word ‘belief’ without the word ‘lie’.
“I would never die for my beliefs because I might be wrong.” ~Bertrand Russell
“If you look in the mirror and don’t like what you see, don’t blame the mirror. If you look at the world and don’t like what you see, don’t blame the world.”