“A young male, approximately age 13, finds himself in a circumstance or a situation whereby he can take a rock, throw it, and break a window, or he can simply look at the rock and move on.
The temptation is great.
The window is a beautifully large pane of glass reflecting the sun magnificently. It beckons to him. It calls to him. And the rock is perfect size for his palm. And he knows he has the strength and the ability to take this rock and with a certain degree of force throw it accurately to hit the center of the pane of glass and therefore shatter this pane of glass.
At that particular point in time, he makes choice.
Regardless of the choice he makes, whether he chooses to pick up the rock and break the pane of glass or whether he chooses to view the rock, view the pane, admire both and move on, regardless of circumstance, the choice will reflect to him his perspective of his limitlessness.
In other words, he sees himself as a physical being able and capable of a physical action with certain consequences which will bring to him certain physical reaction, [and] will also affect his emotional self and his mental self, as well as his manifested spiritual self. That particular choice will reflect to him the perspective that he has of how unlimited a being he is.
If he sees himself as limited, as being only a 13-year-old boy with a strong desire to break a pane of glass, then that is what he will do.
If he sees himself as a 13-year-old boy with a strong desire to break a pane of glass but with a desire to move beyond it, then that is also what he will do.
But, as we did say, regardless of the choice he makes, the choice he makes will reflect to him the perspective of his limitlessness.
The same applies to each and every one of you…
Go through your existence, observe over the last week the perspectives of your choices and how each one reflected to you your perspective of how limited or unlimited you are.”
– The Wonders