Leave Behind Fantasies of Specialness | How to turn inspiration into wisdom & achieve Self-Realisation


I believe absolutely that we create our own reality. But in the sense that it is inevitable we will project our definitions and limitations onto it based on our past, memories, hopes and ambitions. It’s kind of like we bind ourselves into a subjective interpretation of events. If we were to do this without self awareness or any effort at personal growth, it would soon create an ego centred idea of reality that would be entirely illusory. And likely restrictive leaving an almost paranoid sense of an entirely external world that’s “out to get you”. I observed this in a number of clients over time and many interpret it a psychic attack. In a way it doesn’t hurt to resolve the problem in a similar way – clearing negative karmic bonds using reversal spells or rituals like The Killing Moon and Nataraj Dance of Destruction Reversal Ritual from Maya Magickal Spells & Metaphysical Solutions

I would advise any client serious about resolving a matter using magick to do something constructive that their conscious mind would respond to, to ensure they used the liberating effect of any magickal work to further their development and prevent it happening again.

A number of attunement courses with daily meditation and grounding would be most effective if they were open to this (Kundalini Reiki Course and Avalonian Alignment Meditation & Healing Programme  in particular are excellent for daily meditation practices).

Unfortunately the fixation on an external antagonist can blind someone to the idea they might be able to do something about it. Sometimes magick can reduce hindering elements so significantly they naturally shift perspective and are able to take control of their development with a new perspective and sense of power.

Those working on self realisation (through whatever means), are hopefully learning to maintain a more objective view. Raising consciousness and ignoring the subjective ego centred elements of reality could create (at times) a situation where the person isn’t engaging with their life or people on normal level.

The long and short is I think that devolving into fantastical world views (good or bad) is something we all risk when we have a lot of information but haven’t developed our self awareness to the extent that we are able to determine its relevance personally and objectively.

It is also worth considering despite the risks, understanding that by our interpretation we create our own experience of reality, does put the onus on the individual to take responsibility for their lives, thoughts, feelings and reactions.

This can seem as liberating as it is daunting as often the first thing we do is to use the new perspective to re frame past experiences and when they have been negative, understanding we had a role in creating them can feel depressing before the “shift” in perspective allows a more complete development of objective (spiritual?) consciousness, which enables us to see how we could have done it differently and to feel empowered by knowing that were the same situation to arise, this time we would understand it differently.

The information comes first usually as ideas and inspiration.  Then we can interpret it subjectively/intellectually and it becomes knowledge. Which can empower us providing we continue the process…and that is to develop understanding by an objective interpretation of that knowledge. That is what I would call wisdom. But until out each stage of that process and our expression of it is congruent, there are liable to be times of inner conflict and confusion. That’s where daily meditation is so important in ensuring we continue the process and don’t get stuck in the same old loops!

Anna Louise May (Maya)

Mayastar Academy of Natural Healing & Spiritual Development | Online Attunement Based Courses | Specialising in Vibrational Therapies, Reiki, Energy Healing & Meditation



“You may ask now why it doesn’t seem so, and the only answer is that you do not want it to. You perceive but what you wish for, and your wish for specialness leads you not to see sameness anywhere at all, for what is the same cannot be special.” (ACOL, C:16.2)

We create our own reality. This long-stated New Age credo is applicable here. We project from within what we perceive without, and what we perceive without is what we wish for—on some level. Thus, because we want specialness to be the truth, we think we see it everywhere. But it is a mirage, for our inequalities are an untruth. We are equal one to the other, as God intended. Our separation, our illusory separation from God, has not changed that. We will do well to remember that we are neither inferior nor superior to anybody. We may temporarily…

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