In a nutshell, I will summarize the video by the following two points:
1. Everyone has the ability to create their reality. They do so by perceiving the desirable outcome, because when they are doing so, they are maximizing the possibility for that to happen, which is known as the “superposition”.
2. Many institutions, authorities, or self-proclaimed new age gurus are teaching people to just focus on the positive and ignore the negative. However, Courtney’s argument is that no one should ignore what they do not desire, because, first, they simply cannot; by pushing away what they do not want, they are inevitably focusing on that more intensely, and, as a consequence, when people are focusing on the negative, they manifest the negative outcome. (The following may be irrelevant to non-conspiracists. Courtney argues that institutions or authorities or manipulative ETs do not want people to shed light on the negative, because they want to keep people in fear. So by telling people not to look at the negative, they are actually perpetuating fear. So they intentionally detour people away from fear, but they are actually intensifying fear.)
My opinions after watching the video:
1. I expected to see stuff that is more evidence-based, that can be accounted for from the perspective of remote viewing. For instance, I thought Courtney would talk more about how the quantum realm works with humans’ thought based on their remote viewing sessions. That would be more interesting and convincing, because remote viewing is their expertise and it offers us another perspective to look at this subject about humans’ ability to create. However, even though Courtney said this video would break down the scientific process of creation, I think it is still very new age-ish. What he said heavily resembles many other high-profile spiritual leaders, most prominent of who include Esther Hicks or Darryl Anka.
There are still many logic hoops that are not fully explained. For example, it is one thing that things are made out of vibration as physicists suggest. However, we are talking about manifestations, and manifestations are “events”. How are “events” compared to, say, a stone? And even stones are vibration, and our thoughts are vibration. Are you saying that if we keep thinking about a stone, we can conjure a stone out of air?
(That I think is the essential missing piece of the theory of the Law of Attraction. Practitioners seem too quickly to jump from that our thoughts are vibration to that we can manifest anything with our thoughts.)
2. Second, Courtney Brown has paid a lot of tribute to Abraham Hicks, aka Esther Hicks. Courtney said at the beginning of the video that there are now many misleading spiritual leaders spreading confusing information, some of who do so intentionally. However, out of all gurus, Courtney seems to firmly resonate with Abraham Hicks. Then, the next natural question that arises is what Courtney’s remote viewing tells about Abraham Hicks and their (as a collective entity) credibility. Again, remote viewing is your expertise, man. If not for your remote viewing, why am I subscribing to your channel. But it is a pity that no such reasoning is given.
I had followed Abraham Hicks for many years. But I stopped recently because I found her messages ignorant. If what Esther Hicks teaches were true as she claimed, how is she not manifesting whatever she likes?
One of the laziest arguments people would throw then would be just because one is teaching certain stuff doesn’t mean they are good at practicing the stuff. But how about let’s just say what she teaches simply is not true. The formula of the art of creation (as Hicks calls) does not work because it is flawed, so she won’t manifest stuff using the same formula.
Again, I was quite open-minded and expected Courtney would explain that more. But it is kind of disappointing that he did not reason that at all. He simply asked people to refer to Abraham Hicks and their teaching by the end of the video.
My questions for you guys:
1. What is your view on the video?
2. What is your view on Abraham Hicks?