You know, I can't help but think, that if people believe something enough, will it have a subtle effect in reality?
Because I have seen some strange things on this account. But recently a group made some fairly strong and bold judgments about me. The whole time, I
knew what they judged me to be wrong. Even if I told them otherwise, they were too stubborn to believe me. There was nothing I could say about
myself to them that would make them believe I was saying was the truth. Not that they thought I was a liar, but maybe they thought I was not good
enough, or delusional (they would not think of arrogance because I have no pride, which means I let you win, I let you dominate if you choose to, and
I let you have control if you choose that) but I know they didn't recognize me what I knew to be reality.
After many months I was finally given the opportunity to show that I had the knowledge and foundation for what I claimed. And finally after all that
time of being judged upon wrongly, and knowing that it was a group of people who all agreed in this falsehood, finally I was recognized for what I
said after saying at length when I was given the opportunity. After all that unfaithful judgement, frowning upon stubbornness and rejection, I was
recognized for telling the truth in that I showed by my actions after given the opportunity.
Except in the process of showing that I was saying the truth and being judged wrongly, about 4 strange things happened in a day. These things were
strange because I have not seen them (but I believe we can see each others spirit and that we are visually showing our spirit when we are showing
ourselves, it may not be far fetched to to question if our words and thoughts can have an affect on reality), these events were technical and I have
not seen them before, but it was interesting that there was more than one. These situations would be if a person does an action that you do not
expect to knock you off your guard. In this case the computer, but I am writing this because the computer did that, it seemed to be in track with a
person that could have been not wanting me to prove myself, seeing that as a conflict of dominance and pride. These things happened on account to
keep me from proving myself of what I have been saying. these events were countering the outcome of me showing that I was the truth.
Is it possible that these people had built up such a rejection in their minds, that events in reality happened to align with their doubts and
thoughts? So that these events hindered me from being able to prove myself? If so, I would completely call that a curse, because it was bad luck
which encouraged the disbelief and falsehood appearing to keep the truth from being exposed. I would appreciate any feedback because the situation is
rather deflating in spirit, and if so how would you then let them understand the truth when the reality itself will be prevented from showing
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