Quantum theory clearly demonstrates: Observation affects reality.
“The Universe Exists because of Spontaneous Creation” – Stephen Hawkins
Reality exists only where the mind creates a focus… – Sudra from Mahayana
If you focus on my positive, positive you make of me.
If you focus on my negative, negative you make of me.
What I really am is just as what you really are.
However intuitive you think you are, or how ever in tune you think you are with other, or however good at energy-reading you think you are:
What you are seeing in me is merely a reflection of your aspects.
What I am seeing in you is merely a reflection of my aspects.
A simple concept, yet one that many people are either unwilling, or unable, to grasp, is simply that other people reflect you. Your emotions, your traits, and your feelings are reflected back at you from other people either through in-kind responses or through predictable reactions to the emotions or feelings that you’re issuing. Perhaps even more surprising is the reality that the reflection is perfect, even if the “reflector” is almost invariably not. For example, you might feel condescension, irritability, or dismissiveness toward another person, which lowers your estimation of them and causes you to treat them less seriously; yet in doing so, you ignore the fact that they reflect your negative appraisal of them.
Others are a reflection of what you are. A person who thinks other people are difficult or negative invariably has no self-awareness that he or she is in fact a difficult or negative, if not the most difficult or negative, person. They blame others and complain about others’ behaviour.
If you look in the mirror and you don’t like what you see, do you blame the mirror or do you think you ought to do something to yourself to make yourself look better?