I was pointed out yesterday by an ET entity that, other persons are not sharing your experience. Or at least that's what I understood.
Say you are in a relationship with a person and this person has an accident. According with what I understood, this person is not necessarily focusing in this experience like you are, it's a co-manifestation for sure, but the other consciousness is actually focusing in another reality, but it does helps with it's energy to co-create the experience.
Is this correct?
If this was correct, it would mean my feeling when I was a kid that everyone was acting up the reality for me I was actually right.. sort of?
asked 26 Apr '13, 01:20
Hi Notgonnatellyou, now i'm gonna tell you :)
"I was pointed out yesterday by an ET entity that, other persons are not sharing your experience." ... well let's consult the collective consciousness from the non physical dimension interpreted by Esther Hicks.
Esther says "the people who give you the most grief are your greatest co-creators" ... you do agree that in co-manifestation, co-creation if you prefer, the other consciousness is focusing on another reality ... in other words "you do it all to you because you are offering the vibration and you can change it"-Esther Hicks
and to change your vibration step into the vortex
It is true, I have to agree on this. Two people see an object and there is a reporter taking notes asking each what is was that they had seen.
This reporter and the other reporter will take different notes. This is because even if they both get the same description from the two different people, they will each be writing what influences them most. Each will see different points as important. But that is only the begining, each person would give a different description to their own reporter.
This is not because they perpously try to be different and confuse the two reporters but because they each experience the sight of the same object differently.
So all four of these people have different descriptions of the same object.
They experience the same object based on what attracts them most. One may be color, one smell, one tast, one shape, one size, one texture.
So all these people could experience a old car tire for example. Each asked to describe this object. One says it was round. One says it smelled musty. One says it was black with a white line. One says if felt rubbery. One says it tasted terrible. All we're right, but each experienced it differently.
answered 27 Apr '13, 01:46
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