18. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing.

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i am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing.

hmmmmmmmmm? this should prove interesting. let’s proceed.

i must recall lesson 17, my thoughts are not neutral, unbiased, and therefore my thoughts provide the catalyst for how i “see” things.

the other difficult reality to accept is that i am not alone in my thoughts and how my thoughts influence what i “see”.

that means the thoughts that others express influence my thoughts which then affect the manner in which i “see” things.

that means the thoughts that I express influence the thoughts of others which then affect the manner in which they “see” things.

as such, in a sense, their mind(s) and my mind are connected.

consider the following:
i am not alone in experiencing the effects of how i see the computer.
i am not alone in experiencing the effects of how i see the car.
i am not alone in experiencing the effects of how i see the building.

i am not alone in experiencing the effects of how i hear music.
i am not alone in experiencing the effects of how i hear ideas.
i am not alone in experiencing the effects of how i hear words.

that means
i am not alone in experiencing the effects of my “seeing”.

objects and sounds, they are.

objects and sounds, that i am not alone in experiencing or alone in experiencing the effects of “seeing”.

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