Experiences are the outcome of the creative process of the mind. They are born from your thoughts and are living consciousness. They are not just events happening to you or circumstances and situations you interact with. They are infused with the lifeblood of the power of your mind and are conceived of your thoughts. Therefore, they are not random occurrences but deliberate creations. Some readers may say that we have spoken of how your thoughts create your reality, and that is true. But in this concept, we wish to speak of the specifics that make up that reality—your experiences.
Most of humanity go through a day simply responding and reacting to what is encountered, dealing with what they have been dealt on a daily basis, often paying little attention to what they experience and not able to recall most events of the day. As a result, they live in a relatively unconscious state, oblivious to their lives and vulnerable rather than in command.
An appropriate analogy might be like driving a car without paying attention to the road. They miss out on opportunities to determine courses of action that are in alignment with their goals and thoughtful responses to their daily living. As a result, they never actually experience their experiences, and therefore, life becomes bland and muted.
Your experiences give meaning to your life when you allow yourself to become a participant in and a co-creator of what you encounter, accepting that you write the script of your life and not all things are left to chance. When you own your experiences and are involved and active in your life, you harness the creative abilities of your thoughts, and your experiences are not just ambient creations of a wandering mind but a cohesive and consistent life plan of actions.
Your experiences then become the building blocks of your reality. When purposely laid by intent and cemented by action, they create a structure of your choosing in which to house your life.