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Comparing notes. Does magic happen to you?

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posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 06:12 PM
I thought I would present this thread to you all in the hope that you can use the information provided to help make positive changes in your own lives. Make of it what you will, It will have no affect upon my reality

Magic happened to me all the time as a child, I never questioned it, never even mentioned it, I didn't even think it was strange.

Magic manifested itself daily as coincidences. Meeting people, opportunities to experience things, learning things by chance. Too many things to document in this short post, although I am sure there are many who know what I am talking about.

My teenage years were pretty messed up as I had forgotten about my secret powers, spending years going through formal education being dismantled, but still they came through, trickling into my life as syncronisities

By the time I reached my twenties, I had already experienced many coincidences I could not explain. I would dismiss these events off hand, although by this time, having had earlier experiences as a child, I always suspected something inexplicable was happening.

By the time I reached thirty, I was still scratching my head about these strange occurrences, just small things. I could think about a lost friend, then he/she would get in touch within days. I would be perplexed about a subject and within hours, information relating to it would come to me from nowhere, completely out of the blue.

Over the years, this happened to me with increasing frequency, The more times I have been bailed out of trouble by coincidences or just pure good fortune, the more I believed I was receiving help from an unknown source. This conviction grew over time and the more I became convinced that I must be blessed.

Eventually the weight of evidence that something was going on, completely overwhelmed me to the point that I believed I had been given a gift. This belief has become a total reality for me over time and this magic has increased exponentially. I ask for help now for everyday things for myself and for others. If I am doing a tricky job I just ask for help and everything goes smoothly and problems just disappear and it is as reliable as the sun rising every morning.

My wife and I are not a wealthy people, we don't need to have a lot of money in a bank, if we need money, something always turns up. It simply works like that and always has.

I try to help others wherever I can. The more I do, the more wonderful things that happen to me. I could relate hundreds of examples of times that have proved to me beyond any doubt that someone, something, or God is helping me through this life.

I have tried to intellectualize this phenomena many times. The best I can come up with is that I am able to stack the odds in my favor, much like the random number experiments we see. A computer generates 0's and 1's and then plots a chart. I have done this many times and when I feel confident with the outcome I can change the odds by focusing my attention.

My belief is, that this phenomena happens to children. because of their innocence, we lose this ability as we grow older and reason our way out of believing, but we can re-convince ourselves though experience, which generally comes with age.

I would just like to add, that I understand, that not all children have a great life and bad things happen, but I believe that a greater plan is unfolding in these instances and not for the child but for those involved. These children provide a gift that is not immediately obvious. I believe with all my heart that they return to a place where they experience great love and peace.

My experiences define the strength of my convictions. If I accepted any other explanation of reality, it would destroy my conviction and the magic would stop. I don't need anyone to tell me how my reality works, it just does.

If I was asked to give a name to this "thing" I would simply call it "faith" not in an eternal God in a religious sense but just faith that whatever you need will materialize. Not out of thin air in front of you but in other mysterious ways.

I have never tried shape my reality to achieve anything too ambitious through fear of it not working, and that would shake my faith. Incrementally I will though, and who knows what potential that could bring.

My interest in science, particularly quantum physics is my search to understand what is happening. I honestly believe the answers can be found here.

My belief is that science has lost it's way, trying to run before it can walk to use an old adage. I think if science pursued an understanding of our spiritual existence along with our physical existence then many of the mysteries of life would come into focus

Because I know for a fact that I shape my own reality, my assumption is that we all can do it to some degree. A mathematician can dream up the most eloquent of equations, and test out his theory in a laboratory, which appear to prove his formula is correct. The experiment works and it is repeatable and he can predict the outcome.

I believe that predicting an outcome and repeating an outcome does not always indicate proof of a deeper understanding. The formulas and equations could be just the tip of an iceberg and just the beginning of understanding a much greater truth.

A deeper truth could be lost, thanks to good old Occums razor, 'the rule of thumb approach to understanding the universe'. This methodology would have led early scholars to draw the conclusion that the sun revolved around the earth, the world was flat and that the stars where pinholes in the sky

One can predict, repeat and prove a hypothesis based on a theory, but an understanding of the underlying principle could be entirely lost on those seekers of truth. Perhaps the reason somethings repeat in a predictable manner is because scientists believe so completely in an explanation, that it then influences the collapsing wave function, which then materializes the results to match their own reality.

I remember reading of stories relating to experiments that have been successful in one lab and not in others. Could that be caused by another group of scientist being skeptical and requiring further proof, until some intellectual critical mass is achieved, at which point the results manifests in the lab as they expected.

For me I am not overly concerned about the how or why it happens, although I am curious, but I will leave that to the academics to try and explain. I just know it is real.

[edit on 6-1-2010 by kennyb72]

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 06:14 PM
reply to post by kennyb72

As I am writing this, and it is the very first time I have committed these thoughts and experiences to print. It occurred to that maybe 2000 yrs ago a man called Jesus, learned to bend reality and was able to achieve it's full potential.

Maybe he fully understood the source of his abilities and realized that all our consciousness radiates from the same source, along the lines of a holographic universe.

Maybe he was saying we are all children of this source and we all have the potential to achieve what he could do. Of one thing I am completely convinced, if the intention behind the thought is pure and aimed at helping others, the power of it becomes more potent.

The secret to bending your reality is to have absolute unquestionable faith that the outcome you desire will happen.

I personally require no further proof as I am living this reality in my humble way, every day.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 07:15 PM
reply to post by kennyb72

I thought this video may interest you -

I don't think I can embed it but will have a go, -

Nope don't know how to embed that, good interview though

[edit on 6-1-2010 by moocowman]

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 07:20 PM
reply to post by moocowman

Thanks for the link moocowman I have seen an interview before with Nassim Haramein. I haven't seen this vid though and will sit down later and watch it.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 07:56 PM
indeed life is magical.
you're not the only one at all who's gone through this. everyone does, or at least should, experience it. some do every single day, others who do once in a while may not even realize it.
you should look into robert anton wilson, he wrote a great deal of this particular paradox and how it shaped not only his life, but entire generations.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:04 PM
reply to post by kennyb72

The secret to bending your reality is to have absolute unquestionable faith that the outcome you desire will happen.

that depends on how you define faith. hope will leave you waiting for the next bus, abondon your hope and start walking - let your faith guide you.
what i'm saying is that faith is an action, not an inaction. your desires will indefinately present you with options but ultimately it is up to you. and your right, the more you share your desires the easier it is for them to manifest, how many adventures involve a lone hero?

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:07 PM
reply to post by kennyb72

Perhaps the reason somethings repeat in a predictable manner is because scientists believe so completely in an explanation, that it then influences the collapsing wave function, which then materializes the results to match their own reality.

kind of like a dog that doesn't quit can will you into feeding it off your plate or play.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:14 PM

You should see how quick i can make money disappear!

Other than that, no. ;(

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:15 PM
reply to post by kennyb72

In the 45+ yrs. I've spent watching this Big Rock spin 'round ... it's Life.

Call it Deja-Vu
Call it # Happens
Call it WhatEverYouWill

Even during the Toughest of times Things just Seem to work Themselves out. (?)

... mOar often than not, Out-Of-The-Blue ... yet, All the while the same or similar.

That you Realize, Appreciate and/or have grown to "Respect" the same speaks Volumes, IMO.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:15 PM
reply to post by notsympl

I can't explain to anyone why things happen the way they do for me. I can only define faith with it's simplest meaning.

Because of my life experiences, I have absolute faith that everything I need in my life, (that is need and not desire by the way), will materialize as if by order.

I may share my desires verbally but that seems to work in a different way. My needs are taken care of without mentioning them to anyone.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:18 PM
reply to post by scubagravy

They do say that money talks. All mine ever says is goodbye, but there is always more turning up and I can't explain it.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:21 PM
reply to post by 12m8keall2c

This is exactly what I am saying, things just work out in an inexplicable way, Call it life. It really does happen to all of us.

Overtime it gets beyond coincidence and you learn to rely upon it.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:24 PM
wow finally someone else who has been through what i have been through,

can i ask do you have long periods of time where it doesnt work or you just dont notice it working?

i have that but i think that happens because at those times i dont need the power as much!!

ok tell me what the most amazing thing youve been able to do, or the most extrodinary way you have altered reality??? (i want to compare to what i have done, and i have done some pretty amazing things)

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:24 PM
reply to post by notsympl

My dog and I have a mental communication going on. He believes that if he stares at me long enough he will get a morsel. It works too, positive feedback seems to be making him fat.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:34 PM
reply to post by tankthinker

There are so many extraordinary things that happen. I am not a gambler, but I used to enjoy going to the casino a few times a year for a night out. For some reason I was always attracted to the wheel of fortune. I never ever placed bets on low odds, I alway went for the biggy 48.1.

As long as I kept all emotion out of it, I could win 3 or 4 times in a night. When this thing was strong, I would walk over to a table thinking to myself not to concentrate too much and as I approach the table before I could even place my bet, the wheel would tick over to the 48.1, I went to 4 different tables in a row and the exact same thing happened. When it does this, I usually intellectualize it and say damn, missed it, it's not going to happen twice in a row.

I have enjoyed many nights out like this and come away with winnings or at least, not have it cost me anything.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:40 PM
ahhh thats what i hate, when u think about changing stuff its soo hard to do, its like when your mind asks for something subconciously, or when your not trying thats when it works best

for me it works really well when i think, "imagine that guy tripped", when i think stuff like that but i have no wanting for him to trip, i just thought that in the back of my mind u know???

i have been trying to control it but its really hard to figure out!!!!

anyways one amazing thing i have done (among the few) is i acidentally caused a lightning bolt to hit a middle of a field, exactly where i said (in my mind) it would hit, 5 seconds after i thought it!!!!

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:45 PM
I have lost the magic, or better yet access to it...

I had nothing but horrible external things occur for five years, eventually it bent me.
Maybe I do not appreciate the magic, but I am very open to finding it again, I could
use 1 year of magic even if it is only directed at my head and not my surroundings.

So if anyone has any spare magic, please send it my way, I will be very great full.

Nice OP, may it get better and better for you, one and all!

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:45 PM
reply to post by tankthinker

There are many incidences to do with weather, A few days ago, I needed to do a job in a neighbors paddock, slash the grass down. It had been raining all night, the clouds where heavy, it looked as though it was on for the day. I thought, oh well, I will just get wet it doesn't matter.

I went out to the paddock with my tractor, I spent 3 hours doing the work, It didn't rain the whole time. Just as I am putting the tractor away, it rained cats and dogs and continued for the rest of the day.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:47 PM
reply to post by kennyb72

I can't speak much for any relationship you've since established or attained with regards the dog, my thoughts being focused mOar on the "seeming" just-when-needed aspect of how Life oft affords seeming miraculous "wonders" ... All On It's Own.

Crazy, at times. But it sure does seem a "ride" I wouldn't trade for any other.

posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 08:49 PM
reply to post by tankthinker

You are definitely on to what I am saying, it is something that if you concentrate hard it won't happen, but if you sort of allow it to glance your mind it does.

I wish I could control it better. Between us all we could change the world for the better.

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