Like Begets Like

This morning in the bathroom, while she was getting ready to go out for a run, my friend told me that she must be in one of those phases where she’s “low-energy”. If you so dared, you might even say it was kinda like PMS. You could tell she had a short-fuse and was easily annoyed.

Then in the late morning, returning from the supermarket, walking into the elevator, her car-keys spontaneously flew out of her pocket (perhaps by an accidental push of her hand) and slid across the floor and went right into the gap at the front of the elevator. Gone.

She walked in and said “You’re not going to believe what just happened!”. In fact I did believe it. While eating some hummus, I googled “keys dropped down elevator” and watched the first video that appeared. It seemed simple enough. I taped some wire to a stick and grabbed a flashlight. Off we went.

We saw the keys, but the stick was a few inches too short. We came back with a stick taped to the original stick and successfully fished out the keys. Mission Accomplished.

I was amazed at my friend’s ability to externally manifest what she was feeling on the inside. And what she was feeling, was “annoyance”. PRESTO! her wish of annoyance was granted. Seek and ye shall find — it really works! I’m pretty sure I manifest annoying things too, but of course it’s much easier to notice these things in other people than in yourself.

Moral of the story: The external world directly reflects how you feel inside. In other words, as you walk through the world, the surrounding scenes are programmed through your internal thoughts and feelings. This world is a simulation after-all, and someone has to program it — perhaps that programmer, is you.