Don’t Stop With Simply Seeing What You Believe

Wayne-Dyer  I believe it was Dr. Wayne Dyer who first said, “I’ll see it when I believe it.”  Or, at least, that’s who I first heard reverse that timeworn homily which exemplifies the foundation of old, inaccurate Neanderthal paradigms: “I’ll believe it when I see it”.

Not only has “I’ll see it when I believe it” permeated much of our culture and made inroads toward becoming our conventional wisdom, but science has no validated it for us.  Quantum physics elevates “I’ll see it when I believe it” above the realm of feel-good, wouldn’t-it-be-nice-if-it-were-true philosophy.

How’s the View from the Top of the Pyramid?

“I’ll see it when I believe it”, in fact, accurate describes how you, as a contextual creator, function in our universe.  From the height of our top-down creative pyramid, you are the contextual creator of your own, unique, individual universe.  A universe whose material construct always, and without fail, reflects your beliefs back to you.

That is actually how our universe “works”.  And no one could stop playing her role in the creative pyramid.  Whether she agrees with it, believes it, or knows about it is irrelevant.  It’s what humans do; we contextually create (and, thus, see) what we believe.

You Already Know that You’re Seeing What You Believe, Don’t You?

I’ll bet I don’t need to convince you of the truth of the statement.  Though it’s still exciting for me to tell you that it is solidly and reliably validated by our science.  Seeing what we believe is not new-age philosophy, nor is it pseudoscience – it is “the way it is”.

Isn’t that great news?  Science’s validation of “I’ll see it when I believe it” means that it will absolutely be part of our new paradigms.  In fact, the critics of this idea will never win – because the truth cannot be “Harrumphed!” out of existence and we, its practitioners, cannot be shamed nor chided out of turning our backs upon its relevance.  The critics of this idea will eventually die.

Before You Beat Your Chest, Unlock the Greatest Treasure Inherent in Seeing What You Believe

Yet before we pat ourselves on the back so proudly for being early adopters of what will eventually become conventional wisdom, let’s challenge ourselves to take “I’ll see it when I believe it” to its logical conclusion.

Follow me here:

  1. “I’ll see it when I believe” is true.
  2. Thus, when I don’t see it, that means I don’t believe it.
  3. So, that which I don’t see provides me with important information.
  4. That which I don’t see tells me that I don’t (yet) have beliefs aligned with it.
  5. In this manner, that which I don’t see becomes invaluable information alerting me to what beliefs I need to create or raise into alignment with what I desire to see.

The upshot is that if you consider “I’ll see it when I believe it” to be true, and I know you do, then you also, logically, must now see your absent desires simply as information about your beliefs.  Your absent desires, by logical conclusion, are important and valuable feedback for you.  Regarding which beliefs you need to change.

Welcome to the Leading-Edge, Where Suffering Becomes Optional

Now you’re an on even more of a cutting-edge as a deliberate creator of your life experiences.  No longer will your absent desires:

  • Cause you question your self-worth
  • Debate your value
  • Define your state of being
  • Tell you to label yourself a failure

From this point forward, you absent desires will do one thing only.  Alert you to the beliefs you need to create or raise into alignment.  They will merely be invaluable information saying: “Red alert.  You have beliefs that are not aligned with this desire.  If you wish to do something about this, do not scramble and take frantic action.  Instead, go inside yourself and create or align beliefs with this absent desire.”

You’re now an early adopter of an even deeper, more precise, more effective use of this incredibly accurate description of how our universe truly works.  You are, in fact, set free from your suffering as you adopt this new paradigm.

And stay tuned to this website for more tips and techniques to use new paradigms from quantum physics to align your life with your desires…

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  1. Ok… So taking this thought into everyday Real Life: I have an email sitting in my in-box that I have refused to open, because I assume the content is going to be negative. If, however, I now convince myself that the content is positive, by working on my feelings about this email, am I influencing the content? Is it like Schroedinger’s Cat, where I can determine whether the cat is alive or dead by believing in the appropriate scenario, *before* I open the box? So by changing my feelings about the mail, I can turn it into a positive thing…? (As soon as I stop this little niggling voice in the back of my head that keeps telling me that it’s going to be baaad… ^^;; )

    • Hey Raven. Thank you so much for allowing me to be of value to you. I’m honored by your question.

      It is true that, until you open that email, all possibilities remain. Some might say that is silly; some might say that the email already contains the information that its author wrote and your expectations make no difference.

      Yet that is the otherworldly, science-fiction strangeness of the quantum world. Until we collapse the infinite possibilities, there really are infinite possibilities.

      I am not certain that I can have an effect upon mail (or email) that I’m about to open. My guess is that I have probably already influenced the content of mail prior to physically seeing it.

      Yet I do take care to hold positive thoughts prior to opening mail or emails. One of the best positive thoughts for such an occasion is something to the effect of: “Regardless of the contents herein, I know I am more than equipped with abundant resources to make best use of any information I’m about to find.”

      Using this as my mantra gives the quantum field free reign to assemble a material reality for me which can connect the dots in whatever ways it knows work best. With such a story I am not defining any certain outcome as a necessity to call the contents of the letter or email “good.”

      I suggest you try this technique and take full advantage of the one thing over which you will always have complete control: your own unique, individual version of any material “thing” or experience (in your own unique, individual universe).

      Great question, by the way! Thanks again.

      • My doctor felt 100% that my knee injury was a torn meniscus. He ordered an MRI. During the MRI I kept believing that the magnets were healing the meniscus. When my doctor read the MRI he said that not only was my meniscus fine but it was in the shape of someone 30 years younger than 51 years!!! I had intuitively thought that my knee injury was bone bruising, which the MRI proved to be correct. It was the most severe bone bruising he had ever seen ( which is just short of a fracture). My only regret is that I didn’t also include healing bone bruising during the MRI!!! I am fully recovered now. During the MRI I told the tech that I was going to use the magnets to heal my meniscus. He chuckled and said if that works we’d really be on to something!!!!! I think it did work!!!!!!!!!!! Isn’t life magically fun if you chose to let it be!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


        • Life is magically fun, Sue. I am in full, 100% agreement! Unabashedly so, in fact.

          I regularly smile to myself and relish, with amazing joy, the amazing bouquet of abundance my life has become. Especially when I remember that as little as eight or nine years ago I was still living within those Neanderthal paradigms and believing myself a “victim” to whom life “happened”.

          I love that we can influence both the grand and the minor, the important right along with the trivial. “Grow a Greater You” finally allows us to do all of that and more. We get to grow ourselves into whatever we dare to dream.

          Thank you for sharing your journey. And for allowing me to be a part of it.

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