As you continue your inner work, your sense of power will return to you. You’ll be more in control of what happens in your surroundings.
The process of awakening entails learning to love yourself. Through introspection and review of your current world overview, you will replace current non-serving beliefs with better ones. This changes your perspective and returns your personal power back to you.
Let’s use an analogy to make it easier.
Have you seen the movie The Truman Show?
In the film, Truman navigates a world that appears completely real to him. From his perspective, the surroundings are completely solid and natural. But to those in the control room situated in the “moon,” the scenario looks much different. They can modify the weather, and the length of the days, and who interacts with Truman, among other things.
Each individual, depending on their viewpoint, has a different concept of reality. Those in the control room know that Truman’s world is illusory. When their work day is finished, they leave the control room to go home to their families, and experience what they believe is the REAL reality.
Now let’s compare that to the way we live on Earth. The situation is similar, in that there is a part of you that navigates your physical world with the belief that this is the one and only reality. There is also a part of you in the control room that is well aware that the reality the physical you is experiencing is malleable and illusory. You could even go a step further, and be Christof (interesting name choice, eh?), the planner of it all. These are all aspects of yourself, living on different levels, experiencing life from different viewpoints. All are valid to the one experiencing it.
As you evolve, you will identify more with those in the control room. And as you further evolve, you’ll also invite Truman up to the moon, where he can learn all about the elements of his world and how it was manipulated to give him a particular experience. But it doesn’t stop there.
For as your perspective grows, so will the collaboration.
Not only will Truman be a regular visitor to the control room, but he’ll also start helping decide how his environment is controlled. He’ll ally with Christof to orchestrate his preferred weather, the experiences he’d like to have, and define who he’d like to meet “down there.” They’ll be pooling resources, and together they’ll create an environment that enriches the lives of all involved.
This is where you’re headed. You are much like Truman, albeit not a prisoner unless you believe that you are. You are also those in the control room, who want you to enjoy varied experiences. And you are also Christof, who contemplates life as an art.
So view life from the grandest vista you can imagine. It’s your show.