I'll give you a simple illustration of what I mean about:
(1) how we attract things into our own reality; and
(2) how things that show up have to show up in a way generally consistent with our own framework of reality.
There was something wrong with a door in our house. The sliding door wouldn't slide properly. So my wife contacted a company and they sent a workman down to fix it.
The guy came to our house this week. Typical blue-collar guy, carrying a bag of tools like screwdriver, hammer etc.
After fixing the door, he chatted with my wife for a bit. He said that our house was "very interesting". He kept looking around. He said that he could see some "unusual energies" around the place.
My wife went on talking to him, and he ended up saying that he'd been psychic since young, he can "see" things and in particular, he said that he saw some bluish energy moving around our car park area. And said that it felt "prosperous".
Now, firstly, I bet that for most people, this would be quite freaky. You don't expect a stranger to come into your house and tell you that he's psychic and furthermore to say that he sees some weird blue energy hanging around your carpark area.
For my wife, it was nothing much. It was a mildly interesting incident in an otherwise ordinary day. Why?
- She's pretty psychic herself.
- She's seen the blue energy before.
- This chap is certainly not the first "paranormal" sort of guy we've met.
In other words, in her reality, it is not really a super-weird thing that a worker who comes to fix the door ends up saying that he's psychic and he can sense something funny about our house.
This is not the kind of stuff that happens to Mrs Average Joe, but she isn't Mrs Average Joe, you see ... She's like me, we've had many miscellaneous adventures with mind and reality already, so this is just another ordinary day.
But such things just won't happen to Mr Average Joe. Unless he's prepared to loosen up his mind, do a little bit of stretching with his reality ....