“Have you noticed that this reality of yours is filled with contradictions? Have you noticed that you cannot explain how two things that seem mutually exclusive of one another can actually exist side-by-side? Have you noticed the paradoxes, and what do they say to you about your reality? What is the point of experiencing one of these contradictions?
Well, it is our perspective that you present yourself with a contradiction or a paradox to demonstrate to yourself without a doubt that anyone can choose to live any truth they want to experience. You are indeed able to create whatever experience you want to create.
Not everyone has to agree, and that is a wonderful thing. It is wonderful to exercise your free will, to give yourself the experience that you want to have and to know that in doing so you do not deny any other the ability to experience their truth, their belief, their creation.
And as you recognize this as the ultimate freedom, you not only realize that you can create whatever reality you want to experience, but you also recognize that you can allow all others to do the same. You do not need for everyone to hold the same intention, the same desire, or the same belief in order for you to live out that truth. And isn’t that lovely? Isn’t that the ultimate in free will?
Now, giving yourself and others that sort of freedom does not mean that you are still not held accountable and not responsible for what you create, because you are. You are going to experience consequences, and that helps you. Consequences are not punishments. Consequences help you recognize places where you don’t want to go, so that you can make course corrections and experience the reality that you do want to experience.
So you are free to explore, and you are free to change. And that is why it is so wonderful that contradictions are allowed to exist in the same world, because you wouldn’t want to miss out on a single opportunity for experience.
We are The Founders. We are the keepers of the flame.”