Wisdom from Jeffrey Marks

There’s a phrase that says “when one door closes, another door opens.” The image conjures up a sense that somehow you are at the mercy of a string of corridors – much like a maze – and the success of your path will be determined by someone (or something) either allowing admittance into certain areas or flatly refusing your petition.

However, this may not at all be the case. What if we were to discover that the doors were something we could open and close ourselves – or better yet, they were all simply illusions?

Modern day consciousness research is unraveling the boundaries of the soul and discovering we truly are beyond time and space. Decades of tests with random number generators have indicated that people do indeed have influence over matter using only the power of the mind (which is also complemented by the ‘observer effect’ in quantum mechanics).

Additional studies have concluded we also have influence over events in the “unseen” future – and paradoxically – the already-observed (yet sometimes seeming randomly-generated) past. Results in other fields, such as remote viewing, distant mental healing, and other intention experiments, are yielding the same results:

We are boundless with creative control.

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Jeffrey is an award-winning author, spiritual medium, and paranormal researcher.

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Magdalen B.
Magdalen B.3 years ago

My mother used to say this.It's a way of saying "Don't give up hope. Things will get better." She turned out to be right.

Heather M
Heather Marv3 years ago

I also believe and have faith in one outside of myself.

Yolly P.
Yolly Pascual3 years ago

thanks for sharing...

Jane H.
Jane H.3 years ago

An old truth.

Kamryn M.
Kay M.3 years ago


Dee Campbell
Deborah Campbell3 years ago

oh please...who cares how a "door opens" ?
when people say that, they are trusting in the universe to to provide openings
it's a statement of faith and trust in change, options that they might not have seen or known

Jos� Mar�

Thank you

Nicole Weber
Nicole W.3 years ago


Tiffini Flynn F.

Excellent read.

Christeen Anderson

I find this to be a true statement. Thank you for sharing.