Let’s talk about Gravity. I was speaking with someone the other day who said that while she questions most “theories” she just does not question “universal laws” like Gravity. Well, I understand that Gravity is something that every one who lives on the planet Earth experiences but why is it a universal law? First, I have not been in all of the Universe so I cannot say that Gravity exists somewhere else too. Second, in my understanding, Laws are made by humans to regulate an area of our life. It often helps protect something. But what does Gravity protect us from?
One of my favorite authors, Mike Dooley, once said that Gravity is something that every one agrees on, so even if one person really believed they did not have to be subjected to Gravity, they could not really fly or float unti la mass of people believed it. That statement feels truer for me than just saying “Gravity just is”. But I also hear many people wishing they could instantly transport themselves to the other side of the planet. And of course, who does not dream of flying? Yes, we have already made great progress with planes and all but what if we could actually fly? Teletransport? What if Gravity was something we actually decided on and all it would take is for a mass of people to decide something else? What else is possible?
When we consider and really implement the idea that we are creating our reality, we are in tune with the fact that our imagination shifts molecules. Remember the last time you were in a “close call” accident on the road? What force actually prevented the accident? If Gravity was really the law, shouldn’t you have hit that other vehicle? The only force strong enough to stop it was your intention. Your intention is the force that prevented the accident.
Yes, I believe we can defy Gravity and I believe we do it every day. So what would it take for a group of people large enough to truly believe that we can fly, float or teletransport? If the idea even makes you smile, will you joon me in picturing it?
How does it get any better than this?