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Recognizing Nothing as one's true nature, following the guidance of our conscience -- the absolute truthfulness that comes from Nothing -- having a clear distinction between absolute and relative values, and using the Earth as the external absolute scale that matches the internal absolute truthfulness. This is where we have come on our journey together through these pages. How does this description sound to you? If it sounds close and natural to you, and if you can resonate with it, I would say it means your consciousness has gone through an unimaginable transformation during this conversation. You may well be proud of yourself even though your true nature, Nothing, doesn't have anything to feel attached to, or proud of.
However, this is not yet the destination that I desired to reach. You may have found this journey delightful and liberating, but actually the most exciting part is just about to begin. So far, our conversation has been about knowing and being, more specifically knowing what we really are and being it in reality.
From this point, this journey is about creating. Creating the changes that we desire in our personal lives, creating the reality that we desire to experience, and eventually creating the world that we wish for ourselves, others, and the generations to come. . . .
We all want to find the key to turning our desires and dreams into reality, the secret to utilizing the theory that "thoughts become things." Proponents of the Law of Attraction advocate the power of positive thoughts, which, they say, will act like magnets to bring results your way. Similarly, followers of The Secret will say, "Hold your desires firmly in mind -- for your soul mate, financial success, better health, or whatever is important to you -- and it will manifest in your life." These teachings imply, or state boldly, that you can make things happen just by holding ideas or images of what you desire in your mind.
The problem is that this secret doesn't appear to work for everybody. So you may find yourself wondering, "If the principles of quantum physics apply to everything, if it's true that observation by the conscious mind has the power to turn possibilities into reality, why doesn't my observation, my attention, affect or change things around me?"
In response, I would ask you two questions:
1. Is it truly a good thing for you if your thoughts become things?
2. Do you really observe?