Choices and Illusions

by | Oct 9, 2013

Funny enough, today I had an experience which was no accident. Nothing ever is, really. I belong to a boot camp with over 500 members. It is a wonderful group and the only thing that keeps me going is the people..because the classes never seem to get any easier! The boot camp offers nutritional support, and a few times a year they do a group cleanse. Yes, it’s as awful as it sounds, but after a few too many cookies, I admit to myself my jeans are tight, and I refuse to by a new pair because I may have had one too many carbs! I ordered the products for my cleanse and forgot to order one component. The boot camp has an active Facebook group, so the owner put out a message to see if anyone happened to have any extra product I could purchase. The ONE person who responded (out of over 500 people) happened to be a friend I had not talked to in a while. At that very moment that I received the text that she had the product, I was emailing her husband whom I order my SpreadHappy car magnets from about a new order. I had not reached out to him in over six months. When I returned the text to make ‘the exchange’, my friend said that she ordered the extra product by accident. I wanted to say ‘there are no accidents’, but not everyone wants to hear my personal inside scoop. I had been thinking about her, and on some level, she was thinking about me. And here we are. This may not sound like a big deal because we don’t choose to see it that way. But it is our subconscious mind at work. It is energy at work. It is the universe and our thoughts and feelings in play.

I just finished reading Eldon Taylor’s revised edition of Choices and Illusions. The book is fascinating and the insight into our own power, wants and desires is tremendous. We see things the way our conditioned self wants to see things. For instance, in my mind it was no coincidence that an old friend whom I hadn’t caught up with in a while had the product I needed. And it was no coincidence that I decided to email her husband on that day. In my friend’s mind it may have been a ‘chance’ happening. It’s all in our perception, which creates our reality. If you are interested in understanding more about how we can truly have an affect on our life, our circumstances and our future, Choices and Illusions is a fascinating read which can propel you to have a greater understanding of how we got here and where we are going. It’s a choice! Check out the book…