I don’t believe in reality, I believe in the Intention Manifestation model of life.
Intention Manifestation basically states that, reality is merely a reflection of your perceptions. That may seem too simplistic, but my experience is that it really is just that: your own projections. And because reality is what you think it is, you can create your own reality by intending for things to happen.
Intention Manifestation seems to good to be true, until you try it on for size. Steve Pavlina has quite a few exceptional posts on using this model.
By concentrating on what we want to manifest into the world (material success, romance, etc) and by avoiding any negative thoughts, we can turn our dreams into reality.A
lthough I won’t be devoting much of this blog to my philosophies, I just wanted to mention this story in Money Magazine, about the secrets of rich peoples:
“In a classic study of nearly 3,000 entrepreneurs who had recently become business owners, 81 percent predicted that their odds of success were seven out of 10 or better, despite being fully aware that statistics put their chances far below that. (A hopeful 33 percent said their odds were 10 out of 10.)
Most of the people I met told me that if you’re going to take big risks, you must believe to your core that you’re going to succeed. That’s no guarantee that you will, of course, but without that faith, your chances are nil. “
Intention Manifestation is an explanation of why that old saying is true: whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.