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Forgiveness, Perceptions & Illusions Reimagined (4 min 32 sec)

I invite you to shift your focus and attention to different areas. This invitation is always open for you to explore. Here are three ideas for your area of focus. Please be aware that your ego may resist and react negatively to this change.

Forgiveness, Perceptions & Illusions Reimagined (4 min 32 sec)

    1. Forgiveness is the act of letting go, releasing, and allowing.

    Forgiveness is not about saying that what someone did was okay or forgetting about it. Instead, it's about letting go of anger, resentment, and the desire for revenge. 
    It's setting yourself free from negative emotions and finding inner peace.
    Forgiveness is not about blaming yourself or others. 
    It's about understanding that everyone makes mistakes, including ourselves. 
    When we forgive, we are choosing to see the situation from a different perspective.
    Forgiveness is a gift we give to ourselves. 
    It's not about understanding, it's about practice.

    2. We experience the world around us through our five senses: sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell.

    Our perceptions are influenced by our judgments, our fears, and our negative thoughts, which make us see things in a distorted and unhappy way.
    Having a change in our perception means looking at things differently, trying to see them in a more positive and loving light. 
    We take off the glasses that make us see the world as scary or unfair and put on a new pair that helps us see things in a more peaceful and compassionate way.
    Having a change in perception also means being open to seeing the good in people and situations. 
    Having a change in perception shifts us from fear to love, from judgment to acceptance, and from conflict to peace. 
    When we look for the silver lining in challenging circumstances we will see it.
    When we see the inherent worth and goodness in others we see it in ourselves, even when it's not immediately apparent.
    Having a change in perception takes practice and patience. 

    3. Recognition is the process of remembering and acknowledging the deceptive nature of the world.

    The world we see with our eyes is not the ultimate reality. There's more to life than what meets the eye.
    The physical world is a big illusion or a dream. It's like watching a movie or playing a video game. We get so caught up in the characters and the storyline that we forget it's not real. But recognition is remembering that there's a deeper Truth beyond what the body's eyes see.
    Think of it this way: Have you ever had a dream that felt so real while you were in it, but when you woke up, you realized it was just a dream? That's what recognition is like. It's like waking up from the dream of the physical world and remembering that there's something more.
    Our True Reality is not the physical body or the things we see around us. It's a spiritual reality, a deeper truth that goes beyond what our five senses can perceive. 
    It's realizing that we are more than just our physical bodies, and there's a part of us that is eternal and connected to something greater.
    Recognition also means remembering that we have a choice in how we perceive the world. We can choose to see it through the lens of love, compassion, and forgiveness, or we can get caught up in fear, judgment, and negativity. 
    By recognizing the illusory nature of the world, we can start to see beyond appearances and seek a deeper Truth. We lift the veil of illusion and open ourselves to a greater understanding of ourselves and others.
    Recognition doesn't mean dismissing the physical world or ignoring our daily experiences. It simply means remembering that there's more to life than what we can see and touch. 
    Recognizing the illusory nature of the world, we navigate through life with a sense of curiosity, wonder, and a deeper connection to the Truth that lies beyond appearances.

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