The perception of our reality is our reality. Yet if we take away our perception what is left?
Today we talk about how our perception becomes our focus, and how our focus reinforces our perception. I introduce Steven Smith, we talk about living off grid, and we ask the question ‘what is true and what is not?’
In this podcast I will take you around the universe, give you a little activity to test your perception, and if your keen, get you to challenge one of your own perceptions using a similar technique to Dr John Demartini’s Polarization philosophy.
As always, we have a bit of fun. I hope you enjoy it.
Today we have a little bit of fun with this question, yet the principle behind why I asked it remains. When we take away our perception of reality, which in many ways is all we have, then what is left? Steve hit the nail on the head…
I delve into this in more depth on the podcasts as it really is a beautiful rabbit hole.
We got the ball rolling, please feel free to include your feedback.
Do we see ghosts because they are there or is it our belief in them that creates their existence?
This question reflects heavily on our discussion about perception and focus. At what point is our reality stated as being real compared to being nothing more than a projection of our inner beliefs. And further more, does it all matter?