The fairy godmother character, the one who Joseph Campbell calls the magical helper, seems to have more information and power than the person who is being aided. but the fact is that the person must only learn to use the resources available, much like Dorothy and her silver (or ruby) slippers.
I believe that we do make our own reality. Both the early books on salesmanship and building wealth like Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich to currently popular books like The Secret and Your Amazing Emotions stress the power of visualizing, imagining and acting as if we had received what we wanted.
The key to receiving what we want is gratitude, being thankful. I am thankful and grateful that the technology exists for me to put my thoughts into some physical form and attract to me that which I want by sharing my thoughts.
Maven (aka Charlotte Babb)