Ask people about reality manifestation, and you will no doubt get thousands of widely different responses. This is largely because unlike most subjects, there really isn’t much of a solid common point of reference for the idea of reality manifestation. Therefore it all comes down to how we define “reality”.
For a lot of people, reality means “society”. Society of course is economics, material wealth and possessions – or at least this is a definition which certain marketers would have you believe. Naturally people who follow that perspective automatically have certain pre-conceptions about reality manifestation. A while ago I mentioned the idea of iManifestion. This idea is similar to the “creating our own reality” principle; however, with iManifestion it has very little to do with esoteric principles, and everything to do with materialism.
Humans have the power to manifest pretty much whatever we desire. Realizing this, the corporate entities – through the use of sneaky mind-bending monkey metaphysics – have hijacked our power in order to manifest their own vision of reality. This vision entails creating the belief in profit, mass-production of anything and everything, and the relentless pursuit of consumption.
Through us, the corporations have had wonderful success in manifesting a reality of pure consumerism from that belief. We have become their tools; mere automatons of construction, working much like those robots in factories churning out one unimaginative clone after another. Except for us, we don’t produce products – but beliefs, perspectives and ideas, which are used to further solidify our attachments into materialism. This is how our function is perceived – and that is what we have allowed ourselves to become.
The next time you are watching or reading the media, pay attention to how often we are referred to as consumers or customers rather than people. Yet even that twisted view of reality isn’t quite the full extent of the iManifestation agenda; instead we have become producers. We are producers of a reality of consumption, with a manifesto of materialism subliminally implanted into our minds.
Meanwhile the distinction between production and creation has been lost to us. Production requires no vital or spiritual energy – it needs only assemble the parts it has been handed. And whilst we strive to become producers of a materialistic reality, meanwhile our ability to create has been methodically suppressed through ideals that systematically dampen our imagination.
Imagination is the fuel of the spirit. It is one of the paths that springs us into the realms of spirituality, to trigger it – we only need step back momentarily from the ideals of the producer – and we will almost instantaneously gain the perspective of a creator.
True reality manifestation, as taught by ancient esoteric principles and initiates, is the path of a creator. We are all of us creators – that is what we were born to be, it is as much a part of us as breathing and thinking. It is not a principle we need to learn in the form of linear productions, instead it is something we can rediscover; it is a path we began in childhood – where our imagination began to flower through play and thoughts of adventure. We only need to take a glance of those old memories to re-discover that process and allow it to evolve into the power of creation that it all along was meant to be.