The more that we suspend our belief in ourselves as the sole creative force in every facet of our lives…. such as when we think, “I wonder if this was meant to be….” or “I wonder if that’s where I am supposed to go?” “I wonder if that’s what was supposed to happen,” the more we do this the more human we become, the more human and powerless we stay as creators, susceptible to arcane constructs such as fate, destiny, or gods. This is where ideas such as “God’s will” comes from. Or “it was just meant to be.” I’m not saying it is easy to think the other way. This type of thinking—that we have the power, the potential, the capability to create our own experiences—is possible. I have experienced it on and off again for the last eight or so years. And when you’re on, you’re really on. Its like you’re just in total flow with the universe, in harmony with the world around you. And you can do no wrong.
But you know, sometimes you can throw yourself some curve balls and that’s when people say things like “life can throw you some curve balls.” But life doesn’t throw curveballs. Life is as simple as birth, breath, and death. Its us doing it all, obviously in harmony with some sort of energy or force that is holding it all together (scientists call it the unified field theory and haven’t figured out what it is yet, and religious people call it God—see this website http://quantumaetherdynamics.com/ ), and it’s easy for us to get sucked back into that mindset that someone or something else is doing something to us. it just seems hard a lot of time to feel like we are totally steering our own course. We want to call someone. I mean, how many times do we think about being able to pick up the phone and call someone, like God or a psychic or astrologer or counselor or whatever. “Hello? God? Hi, its Fishy. Can you please tell me what the fuck is going on here?!”
I think its important to feel aligned with the universal flow of it or with our higher self or with a higher power. Whatever that means and feels like to each of us, but there is this thing of free will. Free will meaning that we can decide anything we want and do anything we want to in every moment. The more we operate from this viewpoint the more power we seem to possess. And the less dependent we seem to need to be on outside forces.