Quite often we face incredible complexity and frustration as we aim to configure the direction of our lives. We ultimately crave personal and spiritual expansion; deep discovery and a sense of freedom. At times we experience hints of greatness, magic and a life without limits!
This is the time of year that prompts a wide range of emotions. Although this is expected to be the season of joy not everyone might be experiencing such joy. Why are we so triggered by Christmas and the overall season leading into a new year?
In this game of reality, rules have become as essential to us as breathing. We may say that its not so but it is. Most will agree that without the rules there would be absolute chaos or so we are told.
Everything we own is technically rented, leased or borrowed. When people exit the planet, all of their possessions are given to someone else or destroyed. Those items suddenly matter to someone else, and can quite often lead to squabbles over ownership of “stuff” that previously belonged to the now deceased.
The degree to which we dismiss or ignore the evidence of our efforts is quite staggering. Often we limit ourselves to specific outcomes or evidence. Because of this, the treasures reflected by the evidence cannot be seen as it does not resemble our narrow expectations of the path forward.
We ultimately exist in the realm of imagination…who or what is imagining us? Are we the ultimate imaginer? Why are we so afraid to own that position? Perhaps it is because for so long we have been convinced that someone else is at the wheel.
As we face challenges in our private realities, on our private stage, we are caught in the performance, the drama and intrigue of the experience. The actor now believes that he or she is the character, the role being played in the game . This is the dilemma that we all face. The characters we play are created from archetypes written into the script of this collective version of reality—we simply add uniqueness to these characters based on the stories we select to play out as our experience.
I have always been drawn to houses and buildings with lots of windows and lots of glass. I later realized that this appeal was really based on the transparency effect, which gave me the opportunity to see what’s on the other side of the window or glass.
Welcome to Reality the Great Illusion, I am Sonia and thank you for your interest in the information that I am about to share with you. I believe we can all agree that our common goal is freedom. Freedom is multifaceted and can be a very deceptive game, so we must first dig deep within ourselves to discover the true extent of our freedom.