The imagination is boundless when one is omnipotent.
Yet humans are very good at categorizing what they believe does—and doesn’t—exist, by whether they can see it or not with their own eyes.
This has been programmed into us, because if we remembered our true power, then there is no way we could be controlled. So the answer to “Do Unicorns Exist?” may create more havoc than you think, depending on what your belief systems are. The answer: Yes, and No.
It all depends on what you believe in.
Let’s dip our toe into the different realities that people are concurrently experiencing on Earth right now. I’ll use some concepts from my upcoming book Evolution144. In my book, I divide the awakening process for humans into seven steps, from completely unconscious to completely aware. Here are a few of them:
- The Reactor. Everything is being done TO you. A human living in this reality would feel pushed around by, beaten up by, and subject to, life. It is a stage of complete powerlessness. The imagination is considered frivolous and unnecessary, since focus is on merely surviving.
- The Questioner: As the consciousness expands, the individual will begin to see the consequences of his actions, and will question his role in the creation of his life. Imagination is considered as an escape from the outside world through introduction to visualization and meditation.
- The Explorer: As self-awareness increases, an individual will consciously create his reality based on his desires. Use of the imagination is embraced and embodied as the basis of creation.
So where do unicorns come in?
Well it depends on where you are in your journey. As you can see from the examples above, a person living in a reality such as The Reactor would feel that imagination is a waste of time. Unicorns, along with mermaids, elves and any other mythical creature you can think of, do not have a place in a survival-oriented life. For someone living in this reality, unicorns do not exist.
As an individual continues on the journey of inner-growth, the imagination gains greater importance as the process of creation itself. Once the questioning begins, then “imaginary” doors will open, and things that were once “not possible” are now considered, but not perhaps completely accepted as plausible.
For those far enough along on their journey to include conscious creation, such as The Explorer, anything that one can think of, exists. Because imagination is acknowledged as the springboard of creation, every potentiality exists in their world, including unicorns and other mythical creatures.
So does that make them real? Yes, just as real as anything else in your not-so-solid world.
But why can’t we see them? Why aren’t they occasionally captured on grainy film as the elusive, majestic animals we hear about in myths?
That’s the question that always follows. And if you are asking that question, then you are still in the stage of disbelief, for needing to prove anything with the LEAST accurate means available in our 3D world is a sign that the filters of your own powerful ability to create are still running your show.
There are many worlds out there, and the one that you see around you is a minuscule portion of what’s out there. It’s simply entrapped energy, vibrating very slowly so that it looks solid. You are choosing to focus on it for the experience it provides you of rigidity, polarity and the illusion of time.
So it would be normal for you, in your awakening journey, to request evidence to be backed up by the senses, since you were taught that the only valid methods of proving the existence of something is to see it.
Yet our eyes can only see a tiny bit of the spectrum of what exists. Only about 0.0035% of what exists, actually:
You see that tiny little “visible” part in the above chart? Yeah, that’s how much your human eyes can see. Not much, eh? Our human eyes are created to see the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that corresponds to the energy emitted by the sun.
There are beings living in ALL of those other portions of the spectrum, by the way.
And as you awaken, the range of your visible spectrum will increase, and you will see things that are not visible even to others who are looking in the same direction. This is a common UFO phenomenon, by the way, where only a few in a group of hundreds can see what’s dangling right there in the sky. If you believe it, you will see it.
I know you’ve heard that before.
So, then are unicorns outside of our visible range?
Yes, at the moment. Until we suspend our beliefs about what can and can’t exist, we will continue to see what we’re told we can see, and our doubting, ego-driven mind, will filter out the rest.
Can you see why the answer can be both YES, and NO? It all depends on your beliefs.
In the next article, I’ll explain where unicorns, mermaids and other mythical creatures got their start, from a galactic standpoint.
Source: Visible spectrum image