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  • Writer's pictureVictoria Quinn

"Where our energy goes is where we place our bets."

Rose-Colored Lenses (a Self-Reflection Series)

I don’t fully understand my life or where I came from or how I came to be. I don’t know who I am fully yet.

It’s okay not to know everything because you aren’t made to know everything in this lifetime. We get to know ourselves over time.

Part of me badly wants to know everything. My eyes swelled up a bit. I badly want to know the truth, and yet sometimes I’m terrified of it.

Walking back to my place yesterday, I kept on wondering about how often I’ve been posting about these new (yet ancient) sciences and concepts on social media. I stopped caring about acceptance a long time ago. Then I thought to myself, but what else could I possibly be doing? It's my passion. It's what inspires me! This is what makes me feel so grateful for life. I want to love and learn from and live through every moment. Why would I let anyone take this from me?

The information is powerful, it sounds unbelievable. We’re just unknowingly sitting on gold.

There is shadow-banning, as far back as the Library of Alexandria and farther.

Nothing can truly ever be taken from us, the knowledge is inside of us. Alchemy came to mind. Alchemizing knowledge into wisdom is by learning through experience.

We're safe. We're fine. Energy is power.

Where our energy goes is where we place our bets.

Fear or love? Fear kills us. I choose to live. Cue Bon Jovi.

Put a protective parameter around the body using qi. Slow down and find the present. Be in the moment. Safety is inside us.

The interview yesterday was uplifting and insightful. It does feel weird thinking about the double slit experiment while recording.

8:43am. Going to run around town.

10:28am. Felt like writing and thinking. I reflect to talk to myself, but we're all one consciousness, so the voices in our heads are ourselves. Reflecting helps to sort out our thoughts. I prefer talking with myself, not to myself. People would get along much easier if they talked with each other instead of to each other.

Day one of a water fast!

It took about half the day to balance myself from a whirl of kooky, but rewarding, events.


Behind rose-colored lenses are the secrets of our subconsciousness.

I have created this series of self-reflection writings, 'Rose-Colored Lenses', to show how challenging it can be to make inner peace a daily discipline. Our external reality can sometimes be overwhelmingly polarizing. Also, my middle name is Rose, and I wanted to make it punny.

I think that we do ourselves a disservice when we pretend that everything works out for us all the time. Why do we choose to hide our vulnerability, which is beautiful?

Vulnerability is one of my greatest weaknesses. Paradoxically, courage is one of my greatest strengths.

Personally, I am embarking on this series to test, and "check", myself - which I have a habit of doing anyway. I tend to dive head-first into uncomfortable situations, and quite often. But then I get to reap the reward of wisdom from a learned experience.

I hope that my vulnerability helps anyone who may benefit from it.

Authenticity is liberating!

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