What I Imagine Is Possible

“What you envision, imagine, desire, hold as being possible is possible, because you make it so.  It is your interaction, both individually and collectively with the consciousness that is us, that creates probable futures rather than guaranteed futures.  (The Treatises of A Course of Love:  ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 6.1)”

Affirmation:  “May I envision a good probable future.”

Reflections:

This passage is like Jane Roberts channeled for Seth:  We create our own reality, and we move into a complex interplay of probable futures with our brothers and sisters playing their roles as well.  We do not have to adopt for ourselves all that Seth promotes, though, to understand that we do choose what we will experience.  This is not a choice of the little, individual self, but the Self, the larger Self, of which we partake on other planes as well.

We cannot know the future definitely, because of the fact that all futures are probable–thus not sure to turn out the way that we expect.  This is why psychics often fail in their predictions; they are tuning into another probable future, one that the self of the moment will not choose.

“Probable futures” constitute a potent idea.  This means that we can bring into our world those futures that are more promising and happier, if we so choose.  Let us choose to find joy today in our futures.

Prayer:

Dear Father/Mother,

May I use all of my imagination today to create a positive future.  This is not the dreams that I am caught in in this world; this is the reality which I have come to know.

May I choose the probable future that is most promising.  May I co-create, with You, the Way that You would have me go.

Amen.

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