posted on Dec, 5 2007 @ 07:53 PM
You know, for a longest time now I believed that people see what they want to see. Furthermore, they find what they are looking for - even if it's
not there, they will fool themselves into believing it's there just because they are so desperately seeking it.
The nature of our reality appears to be one in which we project things and something reflects back. If our projection is strong enough and undisturbed
by other influences then reflection is usually clear and close to our desired outcome.
In other cases, the reflection is not exactly what we have hoped for, or totally opposite of what we wanted, if influenced by others. But the law of
action/reaction applies whether we like it or not.
I feel the question you need to ask yourself is why do you need to see an UFO and how important is that to you? Is it a life changing experience for
At the end, what does it really matter if you have seen some coloured lights in the sky or not. You said you are an open (minded?) person and it
really makes no difference if you see an UFO or not then. Will your perception of the phenomena or the reality change, will you be a stronger believer
than you are now, a better person, a better human being?
It is really about individual discovery of one's self and in retrospect that voyage is solely within and not without (external to self).
Lastly, reality is what you make of it, so if you really want to see an UFO, you will see one, eventually.