“(…)Just because almost everybody else thinks it doesn’t make it the right thought. And just because they’re proving their non-right thought with evidence doesn’t mean it either, because you get what you think about. Doesn’t that just seem like the most logical thing in the world?
So, we know, you sort of have a dilemma, most of you, because we’re standing here asking you to think thoughts different than your reality is pointing to. And the reason that we do, and the reason that we are doing it with such volume, is because we understand that you as an individual or as a society or as a civilization or as a mass consciousness cannot affect change if you keep thinking the same thoughts. You didn’t come to face reality, you came to create reality.
And most of you, when you get here, you come to create, and then, right away, you start facing it. “I’ve come to create reality. Oh, look at that! Oh, look at that! Oh, look at that! Oh, look at that! Oh, look at that! Oh, that’s not good. Oh, look at that! Oh, that’s not good.” We say, don’t look there, don’t look there. But you want to look there because there’s something nice about the tangible, there’s something nice about the see-it-hear-it-smell-it taste-it-touch-it.
You’re captivated by it. You want to catalogue it and pigeon-hole it. You want to make monuments about it. And you want to remember the worst of times, and you want to teach them to your children. And you want to have memorial days to point out the very worst of times. And you never want to forget, because you say, “If we don’t turn our attention to the awful things that have happened, then we are sure to repeat them.” And we say the absolute opposite of that is true – it is your attention to the unwanted that causes you to continue to regurgitate them.”
Abraham Hicks, 10/10 2015