It’s All Happening; Choose Your Fav

The question isn’t, “What will happen?”The question is, “Which do you choose?”

Because it’s all happening.

Every possible version of reality we can conceive of is happening. On some level.

Abraham calls it a vibrational reality. Physicists refer to it as multiple worlds. However you wrap your head around it, the bottom line is that there isn’t just one reality we’re all working with.

There are more iterations than we can count.

That’s why two people can be focused differently and yet both be right.

Because it isn’t the same reality for us all.

Which means that whatever you’d like to manage in your life – your job, your health, your political leaders – there are infinite versions to choose from.

You get to pick.

And you make that choice based on how you focus. Your reality matches your vibration.

If you want a change in your reality, that calls for a change in your frequency.

That’s why the most powerful thing we could do to bring our favorite dreams to real life is to find a way to feel better.

That’s all.

  • Think a lighter thought.
  • Give yourself a reason to laugh.
  • Chill out and enjoy more.

That’s all it takes to move toward your preferred version of reality.

We sometimes complicate this routine by believing we have to make things happen ourselves and get everyone else on the same page, but that’s a muggle myth.

It’s okay that others see things differently. They get to have it their way; you get to have it yours.

We were never supposed to agree anyway.

So don’t let anyone else spoil your good time. Don’t get swept up in their version if it’s not what you prefer.

We each get to choose for ourselves, and we do that based on what we think and how we feel. So pay attention to what you’re focusing on.

How easy is it to feel better right now? It’s just one baby panda clip or bear sprinkler video away.

And remember that facebook made unfollow and hide features for a reason. Using your focusing discretion makes it a lot easier to let others have it their way without it ruining your own good time.

Because conscious creators of all people know how to live and let live. 🙂

  • July 28, 2016
  • Shan says:

    Such a great reminder, Jeannette. I still sometimes have judgement when someone doesn’t see it ‘my’ way. And it’s certainly not a vibe-enhancer. I read a great quote recently in the Tate Modern Gallery in London which kind of speaks to this – ‘Our business in living is to become fluent with the life we are living——‘. I take a lot of things from this, and one of them is the emphasis on the life I am living and focussing on that, not on anybody else’s. If I focus out-of proportionately on someone else’s, my own life becomes discordant and out-of-harmony.

  • Elle says:

    Man, I know a kid who is in la-la land by the standards of realists, and everything works out for him! I am serious! He coasts through life and things just come to him. He does not want to be bothered with studying anything hard at school and just wants an easy life and he will get it, I just know. He may not know what election day is about, who is running, or what government is, and I am now thinking why should he? Everything will work out for him anyway. He knows not of any struggles. I do not even think he knows the definition of this word.
    I know Abe say that feathered nests are not why we came here, but this example defies what they say.
    Maybe this is a sign for me. Ignorance of reality really is bliss. It is better not to know. Why waste tears on all our problems? do we really have any anyway? Get my drift? I am curious to know what you guys think of this scenario.

    • Jeannette says:

      Kind of sounds to me like he might have chosen to feather his own nest by choosing the perspective he holds. Because he could choose to struggle through studies, or worry about politics. It’s not that he lives in a world where there aren’t opportunities to engage fear or anxiety. He just chooses not to.
      I aspire to follow that lead! ha

  • Barbara says:

    Yes! I love our choices! I love playful kittens, bouncing goats, cute puppies, all that makes me laugh, inspiring quotes and posts (like this one), and appreciation posts and images. Oh, and I always make room for my Iowa Hawkeyes feeds on FB! hee hee
    For the most part, I’ve used my feelings and passion during this political process to either turn off the TV, or just use the unwanted contrast as a reminder to focus on what I want, cause I get to choose! I’m not about letting anyone ruin my day! Very good, very good, yay! 🙂
    Love this reminder, Jeannette!

  • Namaste says:

    I’m a big lover of powerful questions because again and again I’ve had them change my life. I absolutely LOVE your point that it’s not, “What will happen?” but “Which do you choose?” As you suggest, this way of thinking proves that you’re creating your own reality (and this is true whether you study manifesting or not).
    For example, a major demarcation line in my life was reading Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill when I was 19. In the book he states that “every negative has an equal or greater positive.” When I first read that, I really wasn’t sure if he was right. I decided to test his theory out and to my complete surprise, he was right on the money. No matter what negative experience I had, if I looked hard enough, I was able to find “an equal or greater positive.”
    At first Napoleon’s quote was just something that made me feel better when stuff happened that I didn’t like. However, as the years passed, and I applied it again and again and again, this way of viewing the world became a habit and my reality truly became different, on a very real level, compared to some of the other people around me. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard about a seemingly negative thing that happened. Thanks to Napoleon, my mind defaults to the question, “So what’s good about this?” Where often one or two of the people around me default to thinking, “What’s bad about this?” The discussions that happen next are fascinating. Both interpretations of the event ARE ABSOLUTELY TRUE from that person’s perspective. The difference of course is that the view I’m holding (unless I’m really off my game) emphasizes a world that is getting better and subsequently that’s my actual experience of reality, which plays out in real experiences in real life. I’m certainly not perfect. I have my moments where I get caught up in a negative view too but overall this “every negative has an equal or greater positive” way of thinking about things really does shape my reality in a countless number of beneficial ways. Perfect example is that no matter which party wins this upcoming presidential election, I win because I’ve found things I like about both candidate’s views =)

  • Great reminder Jeannette! I’ve recently been going through both my Twitter and Facebook feeds and deleting anyone who regularly posts on topics I do not want to read or see! As has been said before – these are my virtual living rooms, if the topics being shared are not ones I would bring into my home, I don’t want them on my Twitter or Facebook feeds. 🙂

  • Dana Bouse says:

    Great reminder! I’ve FB “hidden” quite a bit, but it feels fun in this moment to do more…selectively sifting through my FB sandbox, and lovingly choosing my toys (posts), and friends who’ll play with me in my chosen (amp’d up) playground called Dana’s life.”

    • Jeannette says:

      About that selective sifting, Dana … sometimes I’ll read one of those articles that talks about how facebook allows us to live in our little bubble because it only shows us stuff that we respond to, which means we’re missing out on so much of the rest of the world. Meaning our world gets really small when we don’t get outside ourselves.
      And I’ve wondered before, when I’m unfollowing someone whether “hiding” their stuff is really necessary. Like, I’m gonna let a little difference of opinion ruin my day? Well, no. It’s not that. It’s just that it’s easier to keep my feel-good rolling when I steer clear of some of those bumps. And anyone who’s leading with hate and anger isn’t for my party, anyway. So, yes, selective sifting!! It’s what all of life is anyway. 🙂

      • Cheryl says:

        Thank you so much, Jeanette! Right on target for me too. There is so much “busy, ” stuff to interrupt our flow. I m going to be visualizing unfollow for quite a few things along with unfollow on FB.

  • Sandi/LV says:

    Thanks for the head talk coach..really enjoyed your book review yesterday.

    • Jeannette says:

      Yeah, as usual, these posts are a reminder to my own self whenever I notice I’m getting spun out on something. Hello, unfollow button!! lol
      Glad you could make the call yesterday, Sandi! 🙂

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