Abraham-Hicks Addresses Disillusioned Man

Abraham through Esther Hicks is confronted with a challenging question from a man who had been disillusioned with the things that are happening in the world, and questions the simplistic idea of people creating their own reality. This interaction seems to prove the point exactly, however, asd demonstrates how investing one’s attention on a perspective makes it true to one’s experience, since the universe gives you evidence of what you hold to be true.

Some notable quotes from Abraham:

“You represent in your discourse here, the perspective of humans who believe they are not the creators of their own reality.”

“Someone who feels as strongly as you do, would say, ‘Well you’re just teaching people to put their head in the sand — that ignorance is bliss.’ And we would say, head in the sand is good if the alternative is being focused upon something that will cause an attraction of unwanted — and ignorance IS bliss if attention to the unwanted causes you to practice a vibration that causes a point of attraction that brings you more of what you don’t want.”

“Here is the most significant thing that we want to say to you. It is not important to us what you believe because what you believe is yours to believe. It IS important to us, what we know to be. We have discovered that by knowing what we know, our life is one of joy, and you’ve discovered that by knowing what you know, your life is one of misery. We just want to explain to you that there are choices.”

What do you think? Do some of the things the questioner said resonate with you? What do you think of Abraham’s response? Please post your comments below.



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