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Who’s Really Inside There Anyway?

mask-1We live in a time where we are (each in its own pace) slowly but surely letting go of old beliefs, values, systems, constructs, agreements and many many more things. But this letting go is not easy. It can be frightening for some of us to make things more transparent. It can make us vulnerable and that’s not really what we want. We prefer to hide behind our safe masks. Hide behind our own invented illusions. Part of the fear of not willing to let go, might be because we are ashamed to show to each other we are not perfect enough. We all know nobody is perfect. But this is also an illusion.

Ken Venturi got it right with his statement: “I don’t believe you have to be better than everybody else. I believe you have to be better than you ever thought you could be.”

So if we accept that we were born and raised and educated and experienced, shaped by the same society where these same rules apply for everyone, we all are in fact already perfect. It will never get better at any given moment in time. The way we collectively are, is the only way, so accept that! There is no need to become more perfect than we already are at every here and now moment. We will never be better than that which we are in each moment. Accept it. Show it. Tell it to each other. If we don’t accept each other the way we actually are, we create duality and separation instead of enforcement. Good luck in finding out the beautiful you that you really are already!mask-5


Thoughts Create Worlds

Your thoughts can create new worlds. It sounds arrogant but it is really true. Suppose you think the world is very imperfect, than you will radiate that thought in your day-to-day life. And maybe even convince others. In fact, you will even try to find others to help you support your imperfect thoughts. And if your successfull, they will also start to think in terms of imperfection. And then they can inflect others on their turn. And so it can go on and on. You can see the universal law of attraction at work: imperfect thinking attracts imperfect thinking.

But if it works this way, it might also work the other way: perfect thinking attracts perfect thinking. And by doing this, you are transforming not only yourself, but you are also creating a new better world. So your thoughts are (indirectly) leading to planetary transformation. They really do! But there’s a caveat: if you are practicing perfect thinking, it is in a way saying something must be imperfect. This in itself attracts more imperfect thinking. But you could also think that the universe the way it is in the here and now is already perfect. And attract more perfect thinking. Happy Thought Creating!

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