“Bound by your imagination…”

Posted by SpaghettiOh on Monday, May 04th, 2009 in Enlightenment /Quotes

There is a video I’d like to share with you. It may be a lot to take in at first, but watch it a couple times. It’s 10 minutes, so if you watched it 3 times (get ready for the best made-up word of the month) you’d’ve sat through that lame episode of primetime TV you just watched. At least use your eyes to take in something enlightening, even if you don’t necessarily agree right now…

Over the last 8 or more months, Face and I have been studying quantum physics and esoteric philosophy. I got really inspired to make a website for what we were doing, got ahead of myself and eventually just scrapped it. I still love talking about everything, though. It’s such a relief to me to know that there is an answer for everything. Anything you can think of, anything you can dream up or imagine, there is always an answer.


An interesting subject of discussion, especially lately it would seem, this… “manifestation”. As I have gradually introduced some form of meditation into my life, the things I want or need that once seemed way out of reach are finally starting to come into view. The sanity from frustration that I’ve long searched for had been right in front of me this entire time; the only thing is, I could only see it with my third eye.

I say “some form of meditation” because it doesn’t necessarily follow any particular regimen, rhyme, or reason. It just is what it is: taking the time necessary for yourself to understand and take in your current situation or scenario and putting every ounce of thought into it to find a resolution that benefits you most. The situation could be long term, or it could be short term. It could to deal with money, or relationships; physical or mental. When you take the time to understand what it is you’re actually dealing with, you begin to dissect the issue and find its origin as opposed to continuously scratching the surface of the topic. Manifestation forms. That very instant that you even start to think about what it is you want, you’ve already begun to manifest it. The thing I think most people find difficult is sticking with the choice to keep thinking positively on what they meditate about.

I’ve come to develop my own set of rules. Awareness, Acknowledgment, & Acceptance. When you become aware of something, you eliminate the possibility of being surprised by it at a later time. Acknowledgment is when you’ve used that awareness to realize and recognize the truth of what “it” is. Acceptance is what is usually necessary to move on and start thinking about it with an unbiased mindset.

The greatest thing about quantum physics, meditation, and all that stuff is that you can’t help but feel better when you deal with it. I can sit in my office and listen to David Lynch or John Hagelin talk about meditation all day. It’s music to my ears the thought that consciousness is the key to everything.

Now of course, if you’ve read this you’ll probably tend to sway in one of three directions: disbelief, enticement, or simple agreement. Be what they may to you in particular, those reactions could generally sum up where you are in your own course of enlightenment.

“As long as you continue to be bound by the laws and barriers of common physics and beliefs you will forever fail to partake in the beauties of life that exist beyond them.” ~Eric Mofield

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