How We Create Reality: The Infinite Power Behind Ideas

Posted by on August 21, 2016 in Psychology-Psychiatry, Sci-Tech with 13 Comments

Jon Miller | The Spirit Science

Your mind is an unbelievably powerful tool. Within its folded lobes and betwixt its rapidly snapping neurons lie all possibilities – everything that is, has been, or ever will be. This is because your mind is like an endless field of the richest soil, stretching off in every direction as far as the eye can see, and ideas are the seeds that create our inner reality which in turn, manifest into what we perceive as the external world around us.

The proof of this lies in the fact that everything in our civilization was once merely an idea in someone’s mind. From the God-was-holding-god-the-creator-11197020-845-867invention of language, to the construction of houses, to the computer you are reading this sentence on; these were all at one point electrical impulses in somebody’s brain – primordial thoughts waiting to be crystallized into existence.

Whether you know or not, every thought you have has a profound effect not only on you, but on everyone around you and ultimately on the entire collective human consciousness. This is the nature of power.

The thoughts that we choose to indulge and act on change and shape the universe around us, and because this is the endless process of evolution manifesting itself, ironically the only thing that is constant is change itself.

So then, if all things are temporary and we wield power regardless of our knowing about it, surely it must be better to direct it in a conscious way, rather than allow others to make our choices for us.

Suffering is the result of feeling powerless. Put another way, we suffer because we are not fully conscious of what is happening within our own minds and hearts. When we feel like rustled leaves aimlessly and randomly drifting with the whims of the wind. It is easy to cage ourselves in a victim mentality, blaming circumstance and the people around us rather than accepting responsibility for our situation.

When I was younger, I struggled constantly with suicidal depression. This came about through an abusive childhood and a general exposure to the harshness of the world at an early age. Nevertheless I grew up with many friends, did well in school, and held the admiration of many around me. Imagine my surprise, then, when I first seriously considered ending my life when I was eight years old.


I thought to myself, “I have every reason to be happy. I should be happy.” By thinking these things you are denying the root of your suffering and therefore simply burying the problem deeper where it will do what all ideas/seeds do – grow and develop.

As I grew older, my depression worsened while I got better and better at hiding it. Bending to society’s “mental illness” narrative, I came to believe that I had an incurable, lifelong disease that could, at best, only be moderately managed.

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  1.' Prasad Chandran B says:

    Absolute discovery
    bold and powerful minds to be awakened by reminding themselves

  2. Where is the rest of the article? The link at the end is broken, and it’s incomplete on your website. Not the best place to leave a reader…

    • Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

      Just make it up if it disappears – then it is more beleiveable, I think? Not sure again – I have almost total memory loss / dysfunction – I need to have an exit otherwise I end up in an endless loop etc. NZ$

    • Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

      How is that possible? Is your memory not on board?

    • Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

      No, yes – some? The environment is my memory and program. If things are broken or out of order they say fix me, fix me, so I do (married) –

    • Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

      So what are your on board programs that allow this external storage and memory?

    • Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

      Maybe imagination, survival, self, desire, Autism, – I don’t know, thats why I asked.

    • Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

      I have delayed processing so its possible that sleep is memory on-board and a slow but relentless, repetitive, list processor of some sort? I haven’t even learnt to comprehend what I have just said yet so maybe this is an echo or a recording. I really don’t even think that conciousness exists. Its surely just like labels that definite unknown contents / mysteries. Making sense of things is a disability of course and so is Intelligence. In society it shouldn’t be necessary to think. Society has a program and we have our place. Some are Queens, workers, sheep, leaders, medicine men, hunters, females, parasites, viruses, bacteria, mental patients, wise men. And GOD is everything so we must be……. (time to go to bed now the wife sais) NZ$

  3. Neil S Clark Neil S Clark says:

    Is that what you would like or imagine it to be? Is it your thought and how did you come to that belief? We spell “favor” as favour – similar to “flavour” – like an artifical dye or preserving additive. I am simple – I just don’t know what you mean. How you came to that conclusion and Why you said it. Is that a question? Perhaps you have the answer. Sorry to speak so, I am just mad at myself for not knowing how females work. Or how I can work? I can just lift the fork to put energy / food in my mouth – only sometimes. Food – is a good? question – Do we really need to eat it? Or will imagining it be 90% as effective? After all the survivor in the desert is the one who sees an oasis in the distance with a girl holding a cool Heinkin? beer at the poolside with a bikini and a smile and nothing else. GF / wife troubles – She is in menopause and the supply has crossed legs. What do I do but criticise U – NZ$

  4. Aissa Winter Aissa Winter says:

    All in favor for next generation, but Whether the new creative ideas of the future.
    Just my Point of view on the subject

  5. Aissa Winter Aissa Winter says:

    not of place for the mind thinking, to only machines begin to work …

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