Perception - Your Reality

Paul Davis

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Perception is a compilation
Of your past history
Through which you see
Erroneously or correctly
Your present reality
Perception affects your identity
Positively or negatively
Based on what you think
People believe you to be
Perception leads to projection
The good, bad, and ugly
As that which is within
Comes forth in expression
Whether it be embracing love
Or walls of rejection
Before you can proceed
Your inner self first must precede
To frame its image
And settle within
To be transparent and befriend
Or be reclusive and center in
To unconditionally accept humanity
Or prejudge and condemn individuality
Projection evolves into conception
Where thoughts, words and actions give birth
To what you've already contextualized within
Resulting in an outward manifestation
An invitation to all of creation
To coexist with you
Help make your dream come true
Or confirm your nightmare too
To walk along with you
From conception to maturation
From coincidence to confirmation
From self-awareness to personal revelation
To give you a sneak preview
Of what your perception can do
How it can brighten or cloud you
Right or wrong
You carry it all day long
Projecting it in word and song
Continually conceiving from night to dawn
Not knowing why people respond
Some distant, others fond
Of you the perceiving one
Whose world within and without
Have come and gone
Sometimes in the company of friends
Other times with nobody to lean on
So judge nothing before the time
Though there be no reason or rhyme
For God is sublime
Knowing man must first discover himself
Before he can find
The presumptuous perception
That misleads him much of the time

A prison or paradise
You can have through perception
It's all up to you
Your illumination
Your imagination
Your stimulation
Your inner sensation
If it's going to be
It's up to me!
As a man thinks in his heart
So he is
This is no pop quiz
Come out therefore
From behind the bars
Take rest in paradise
And reach for the stars!

by Paul Davis

Paul Davis is author of Breakthrough for a Broken Heart a book telling us “How to overcome disappointments and blossom into your dreams!" He is a minister, life coach (relational & professional), dating expert, popular worldwide keynote speaker, creative consultant, humor being, adventurer, explorer, mediator, liberator and dream-maker.

Paul's compassion for people & passion to travel has taken him to over 50 countries of the world where he has had a tremendous impact. Paul has also brought revival to many in war-torn, impoverished and tsunami stricken regions of the earth. His nonprofit organization Dream-Maker Ministries is building dreams and breaking limitations.

Paul's Breakthrough Seminars inspire, revive, awaken, impregnate with purpose, impart the fire of desire, catapult people into a new level of self-awareness, facilitate destiny discovery and dream fulfillment.

Paul can be contacted at: - 407-967-7553 or 407-282-1745.

For additional info: http://www.CreativeCommunications.TV


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