Do We Really Create Our Own Reality?
Question: “Does one create one's own reality from the moment of birth? Is there an age of accountability when one begins creating one's own reality?”
The way I see it is that one begins creating one's reality from BEFORE birth. One of the biggest arguments against YCYOR (and hence for victimology) is babies. Babies are poor innocent helpless creatures. How can they be creating their own reality? Well, they are. They are not doing it from a conscious intellectual point because their intellect is not yet developed but each of us choose our parents and families and the spectrum of possibilities presented within that dynamic. We choose that before we enter into a body. From the infinite field of possibilities we choose a spectrum of possibilities that has the most likelihood of offering the specific environment for what we want to experience during our childhood. Why would we choose a childhood that occurs in the middle of war or famine or abuse? If that is what we choose, we choose it because that presents the opportunity to explore and deal with specific issues we want to deal with in our evolutionary trajectory. If the dynamics of abuse is something we need or want to understand then we are not going to gain understanding of it if we are born into a situation where there is no abuse. If war is something we want to understand and move beyond we would not get that opportunity if we are born into a peaceful situation. Most people who want to make a major advancement in their spiritual evolution will choose childhoods that are extremely challenging. Every child who chooses a challenging childhood chooses it for a specific spiritual reason.
In that way they are creating their reality and as they grow up and become consciously aware that they are creating their reality then they can own their power and they will no longer have to experience victimhood in order to learn that they do not have to. The way I see it is that everyone is creating their reality all the time. The only difference is whether or not they are aware of it. If you are a victim you are still creating your reality, you are just not aware of it. Once you become aware of it, then a choice can be made to no longer create the victimology.
Concerning babies, remember what I said about life cycles. We all have life cycles and the only time we can die is during the very short window between life cycles. The one exception to this is during our first life cycle as a baby and small child. During that first life cycle a baby can choose to exit at any time. If the life situation that the baby chose turns out to be too intense or turns out to veer out of the spectrum of preferred possibilities the baby has the failsafe mechanism of opting out and it will create a situation that allows it to die to the body. Of course, the baby does not do this consciously from its own thought processes but rather from a soul level. A person's greater self is always looking out for the baby and the baby's growing identity and it plays the major role in reality creation during those formative years. As the baby grows up and develops an ego and some degree of self-awareness, that child loses touch with the greater self. Ego, thought, and emotions take over and create the person's reality until such time during the person's life when they gain a level of self-awareness that they are not their ego, thoughts, and emotions. This level of self-awareness reconnects them with their greater self and when this happens creating their own reality becomes something they are aware of and can then direct rather than something that they react to through default conditioning and victimology.
Question: Are we co-creators in creating reality? Or are each one of us creating our own reality?
The term "co-creators" is so over-used and misused that I really do not like to use it. So often it is used to shirk our responsibility of creating our own reality. It is a way of putting some of the blame on others. But there is some truth to it depending on how you look at it. The way I see it, each and every one of us is solely responsible for creating our reality. We happen to be using the same holographic reality to create our realities in. Furthermore, through one-ness we are all connected. Through these connections we can establish circuitries that enable us to play together and evolve together. Sadly, those circuitries can become so ingrained and static that they keep us in ego, thought, and emotions and help prevent us from attaining the greater self-awareness needed to own our Creator abilities. (A Creator is one who creates their own reality.) Victimhood can only happen through circuitry. It takes two people to agree to the victim/perpetrator circuitry dynamics. Victims are always co-creating through circuitry rather than self creating from a level of awareness of their greater Creator self. From that greater level of self-awareness a Creator can create their own reality while still engaging those connections to all other humans without letting victim circuitries develop. Remember, it takes two to establish a circuitry of victimology. A Creator chooses not to be one of them. Through unconditional love, a Creator keeps all connections open and pure and therefore, while creating their own reality that which they create will reflect the unconditional love rather than the drama and trauma of victim circuitry.
"Fate" and "destiny" are strictly things that we choose. They are never decided by anyone or anything outside of our selves. Ever. And the only place they can be realized is in the NOW. That is where they exist. They are words used by victims who do not understand the real word that needs to be used......choice.
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