Perception Defines Our Reality

Our entire universe is energy, vibrating waves of pure potential. The electromagnetic vibrations of our consciousness interact with the energetic potential that exists everywhere as the life force to ‘collapse’ the waves and create matter. So the patterns of our minds create the form of our world.

By simply observing a form, we influence it. We in turn are influenced by others. This challenges us to be more aware of the quality of our being and the vibrations we transmit.

"There is no reality in the absence of observation."  The Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics.

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9 thoughts on “Perception Defines Our Reality

  1. Kenneth

    Hi Kate.
                    "Reality is the leading cause of stress among those in touch with it." –Jane Wagner"O.K. There is no reality in the absence of observation. If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, the falling tree does not make a sound because there is no tree in the first place. If there is no reality in the absence of observation, then if everyone closes their eyes simultaneously and ignores reality, it will go away. (Unfortunately, someone always peeks.)" –Wes "Scoop" Fisker
    Good blog Kate, but that dos’nt mean I agree with it.
                                Kenny. 
     

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  2. Monica

    Hi Kate……..I have to tell you that you are very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place……..
    I am envious…….lol
    Have a great sunday ….:o)
    Moni  xo

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  3. Christine

    To understand our perception we must know our self
    When trying to identify what we believe and the possible limits to the perceived reality we experience, we confront a self-reinforcing and self-limiting interpretation of our perceptions. It is a learned process of the mind that interprets perceptions much like our vision is an interpretation of sight. It works the same way optical illusions seem to trick the perception, and is a function of the eyes and the process of seeing… Again an automatic process that is self-reinforcing and self-limiting.

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  4. swamp

    Morning Kate. My brain hurts enough at the moment, so I’ll just sit with a coffee, and admire the view.
    Thanks for the IM; great little idea those.
    Something a bit different for today, but back to normal for tomorrow.
    Enjoy Monday 🙂

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  5. Mei's

    O My God, this is hard one for me, I need to get my dictionary out to check every word on this post, is it any chance you can put it in a easy way, not too many big word in one go miss(can I call you my teacher now, you doing a very good job here, make me work) haha, have a good day! O, sorry about the chili dip, I been very busy the last few days, I’ll try to sort it out if you still want it. Take care. Mei

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  6. Judex

    Hi Kate,
     
    Perception is a very interesting subject. It is a fact that Perception depends very much on education, initial belief, experience etc. etc.
     
    Two person sitting on the same bench will probably tell a  different story of the same event they witnessed !
     
    In my opinion, people perceive what he or she would like to perceive.  It takes a real neutral mind to try to perceive correctly or nearly so.
     
    Kate, take care,
     
    Love,
    Judex XXXXX 
     
     

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  7. Judex

    Hi Kate,
     
    Perception is a very interesting subject. It is a fact that Perception depends very much on education, initial belief, experience etc. etc.
     
    Two person sitting on the same bench will probably tell a  different story of the same event they witnessed !
     
    In my opinion, people perceive what he or she would like to perceive.  It takes a real neutral mind to try to perceive correctly or nearly so.
     
    Kate, take care,
     
    Love,
    Judex XXXXX 
     
     

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