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Self Interest and Creating Your Own Reality

Self Interest and Creating Your Own Reality

“I got only one answer: “You Create Your Reality”

People who know the truth don’t try to “help” others. We only work on creating our own reality and inspire others to create their own reality.

The only interest worth serving is Self Interest.

If everyone focused on serving their own self interest and interact with each other based on mutual self interest, then everything will be in harmony and everyone will help each other get what they want.

All the problems in the world are caused by people not doing what they really want, and not knowing how to go about getting what they want intelligently. If people truly acted according to their own self interest intelligently, they would feel good and do things that would result in good for all involved.

So it all comes down to 3 simple points:

1. You create your own reality.

2. Self interest is the only interest worth serving.

3. If everyone served their own self interest intelligently, there would be harmony as they would be honest about what they want from each other, and they would only do what they want to do for each other.

Everyone has the desire to grow, to love and to create and to have others enjoy the experience of their creation. This is why there is always the act of giving and receiving among all that exist in the universe. This is the way of life. The key is to be real.”

- Enoch Mind Reality

“Everything you do, you do for yourself.

This is true because you and all others are One.

Indeed, you will start with yourself. You will put yourself first in these matters.

Everything in life depends on what you are seeking to be. If, for instance, you are seeking to be One with all others (that is, if you are seeking to experience a conceptualization you already know to be true), you will find yourself behaving in a very specific way—a way which allows you to experience and demonstrate your Oneness. And when you do certain things as a result of this, you will not experience that you are doing something for someone else, but rather, that you are doing it for your Self.

The same will be true no matter what you are seeking to be. If you are seeking to be love, you will do loving things with others. Not for others, but with others.

Notice the difference. Catch the nuance. You will be doing loving things with others, for your Self—so that you can actualize and experience your grandest idea about your Self and Who You Really Are.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

“Your Shakespeare said it: All the world’s a stage, and the people, the players.

He also said, “To be or not to be, that is the question.”

And he a/so said: “To thine own Self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.”

When you are true to your Self, when you do not betray your Self, then when it “looks like” you are “giving,” you will know you are actually “receiving.” You are literally giving yourself back to your Self.

You cannot truly “give” to another, for the simple reason that there is no “other.” If We are all One, then there is only You.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

“In highly evolved cultures, all sentient beings are clear that there is no separation between themselves and what you call “God.” They are also clear that there is no separation between themselves and others. They know that they are each having an individual experience of the whole.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3

“The definition of “self-interest” is much larger than it is on your world. It is very clear to enlightened creatures that what hurts one hurts the many, and that what benefits the few must benefit the many, or, ultimately, it benefits no one.

On your planet it is just the opposite. What hurts one is ignored by the many, and what benefits the few is denied the many.

This is because your definition of self-interest is very narrow, barely reaching past the individual being to his loved ones—and to those only when they do his bidding.

When you see what is in your highest self-interest, you will see that it is that which is also in the highest interest of the other—for you and the other are One.”

- Conversations with God, Book 3