"Co-creation" is a bit of a gray area. It seems to imply we are not creating all of it, that parts of our experience are created by others.xplosiw wrote: Yes, of course, but what I'm saying is that this is a co-creation, you are agreeing to other points of view to exist and present themselves in your reality. This is not an isolated tank where you experience one-to-one reflections of what you put out. Thus there is a collective, although a very fuzzy one due to the variety this world has to offer. But for the most part, our collective lives in this solar system for example. This is a collective definition and to change that, you'd need an immense amount of energy. So if there is a boundary, like I just defined, there must be something within it that everyone agrees to. So in other words, you are agreeing to co-create this world together with us since you don't have the ability to shoot out into the cosmos and live on other planets, right? Or to attract extra-terrestrial who'd take you there physically. In fact, you may even be agreeing to the collective belief that facing extra-terrestrials physically is scary, difficult and/or dangerous. Even Bashar says that we are not ready to meet face to face.
So yeah, essentially you are right that you create your own reality - to an extent. You don't create everything yourself and this was my point. You are still playing within the boundaries of the chess board. Going beyond the chess board means going beyond the collective where everything you choose applies since you become your own collective. But that's the spirit realm, isn't it?
Yes, there are mass agreements or "root asumptions" (in Seth's term) of the collective, such as gravity, time, space, cause and effect, etc.
Within that framework we still are creating it all, drawing to ourselves energy expressions from "others", situations and experiences that are in sync with what we are putting out.
"Your world is physically - not just philosophically - splitting into different dimensions." In the 4th of March session he spoke of two realities splitting apart. The dichotomy seems to me to be between fear and love, the new and the old paradigms.
As Seth says: Which you? Which world?
Edit: Just found this. Root Assumptions of the inner universe:
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So...does this make sense? Does this help? (I'm playing Bashar here)