Illusion of Reality?

Question Your Assumptions



By: Christopher Westra

Christopher Westra is the author of I Create Reality Beyond Visualization How You Can Use Holographic Creation to Manifest Your Desires! Christopher has been studying visualization science, psychology, personal potential, and creative living for over 20 years. Through his counseling and consulting work, Christopher Westra has helped hundreds to clarify what they really want through detailed HoloCreation Techniques.

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For years I've used optical illusions in my classes and counseling to show that reality is a matter of interpretation. Even seeing isn't believing! Learn to question what you see and what you believe. Take a moment with each of the three steps below.

Step 1: If your eyes follow the movement of the rotating pink dot, you will only see one color, pink.

Step 2: If you stare at the black + in the center, the moving dot turns to green.

Step 3: Now, concentrate on the black + in the center of the picture. After a short period of time, all the pink dots will slowly disappear, and you will only see a green dot rotating.

Yes, our brain constructs reality. There really is no green dot, and the pink ones really don't disappear. This should be proof enough that appearances are often illusions.

In fact, there is no movement at all, only pink dots that are showing up and then disappearing.



By questioning your assumptions, beliefs, and thoughts you will grow and succeed at a much faster rate. Our automatic thoughts and "conclusions" can hold us back if we are not conscious about examining them!

One habits I've created is to come up with at least one good question every single day. A well formed question carries the answer on its back like a turtle carries a shell.

I actually write the one line question down each day, and the answers always come. Start questioning today.

Our perceptions create our reality.  Learn to manifest in the inner realm, and the outer realm merely follows suit.  Stop putting so much stock in the physical world, it's a world of appearances.