If We Don’t Like What We See, Change It.

We are creating the world just as it is creating us

We are not innocent bystanders in this unfolding human drama that we collectively call life.  The world outside is a mirror of our inner  states. There is one world outside and one world inside.  Our every thought, word, and deed holds creative power.  What you put out influences others.  That makes you responsible for the collective joy and the collective pain, the collective fear or the collective faith, the collective love or the collective hate, the collective health or the collective disease of the planet, and the collective wealth or collective poverty on the planet.  Your contribution is powerful.  Your apathy or ignorance is equally powerful.  That’s the good news and bad news at the same time!  We have a choice though.  You can see two people looking at the same circumstances but seeing, interpreting, and reacting to them in totally different ways.  Although we all have the potential to connect to the universal mind, we each see, understand, and experience it differently.   This phase of our eternal journey is one where we have free will.  We are creating it just as it is creating us.

During Tests Some Get More Faithful, Others Lose Their Faith

Some lose their faith during difficult times because they can’t understand why things happen the way they happen.  Others become more faithful and the tests become a source of growth and transformation.   We are creating what we are experiencing and experiencing what we are creating. Some feel that ignorance is bliss and refuse to see reality.  It appears that seeing what the real problems are is an even greater task than changing them.  For, you’ve got to see the need for change before you can change something.  That’s how we get sayings like, “If it aint broke, don’t fix it.”  But before things break, there is a process of deterioration in which at some point it’s impossible to restore.  We can’t relinquish our power to see, decide, and create our own reality and at the same time blame the world for our circumstances.  So, if you don’t like what you see, CHANGE IT.  You can if you think you can and you know it!

I’m Barbara Talley, The Poet who speaks and inspires.   To find more about me, check out my promo sheet or visit  my website.

2 thoughts on “If We Don’t Like What We See, Change It.

  1. Whoa and whoohoo!! The statement “We are creating what we are experiencing and experiencing what we are creating” certainly captures the core of my thinking and BEing! By being conscious of THIS we can catch ourselves experiencing what we don’t want, notice and even appreciate it then SHIFT our perspective and our focus to the experience we desire!…


    • Yes Clif, as I was writing that line or recording what the spirit was teaching me I had to pause myself. That’s a quotable quote. Thanks for appreciating what I am offering and taking the time to say so.


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