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« on: November 04, 2012, 03:47:56 AM »
How does karma manifest itself, however?
I'm in a position where I believe myself to be someone's nemesis. I'm biding my time and sitting around, waiting - and hoping - that they'll prove me wrong, that they'll do something good or positive. But if they don't, and I can be their bad karma manifested, where does that leave me? If, as you say, everyone who treats people badly get their 'just desserts,' where does that leave folk like me who are maybe placed to give them their bad karma? Am I in line for a kicking, too?
« on: October 30, 2012, 05:03:19 AM »
So good to hear your story - a hearty congratulations, lovely!
I'm so pleased that you've attained your desire and also, that your story outlines the importance of getting straight in yourself, by yourself, first. I think that's a really vital lesson for people who come here, wanting what you wanted (and have now got!)
Cheers and love
« on: October 26, 2012, 12:47:26 AM »
Have you ever heard of - or read - Neville Goddard? What he says, and it can relate to anything, is that when you're falling asleep at night, enter into a scene in your mind which implies fulfilment of your wish. So, rather than thinking of wanting to be with her, think of a scene which would imply that AND have great meaning for you, whether that be signing joint Christmas cards or walking down the aisle. Take your mind to being with her and beyond - then cast your eye back. Create a scene so vivid in your mind that it cannot help but be brought into fruition - that's what he says, anyway.
Give it a go
« on: October 25, 2012, 12:43:59 AM »
I lost my dad 5 weeks ago so I'm very interested in this discussion. One of my immediate concerns, odd as it may sound, after he died was, 'what does this mean for my beliefs?' I went through a guilt stage where I thought my failure to believe he would pull through meant that I had killed him. I now understand that this is total bullshit, but it still throws concern around the issue of free will and interconnectivity.
From a pure physics point of view, no, you cannot destroy energy in the same way that it cannot be created. The way I see things in terms of my dad are, after he was cremated, some of his energy became air, or it became heat. Maybe he's in the Gulf Stream. All that from a purely physical point of view.
In terms of remembering him - does he 'live' on in heart and mind? Definitely. And I also think that people, in their physically recognisable form don't die until there's no-one left on earth who remembers them.
I also believe that your soul makes the decision to go. Free will can exact itself on many things but the decision to leave this life when, as Stefzilla said, your 'purpose' has been fulfilled makes sense if we're talking about souls.
Michael Newton is a good writer for that; Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls are two of his. And Robert Lanza writes extensively on the subject.
But I don't think the energy of us ever dies - it simply changes form
« on: October 22, 2012, 10:13:59 PM »
there may be other innocent parties involved who's needs must be taken into account.
Is there a child involved? If so, then it can make things a lot harder. I was talking to a friend last night who's in a bad marriage but he doesn't feel that he can leave because of his daughter. However, if there isn't then it's easier. I've sometimes tried to hang on even though I've wanted out because hurting people isn't 'nice,' but nor is stringing someone along just to assuage your guilt. That may sound heartless and I know that break-ups aren't easy to come to terms with, even if you're the one doing the dumping, but putting aside the risk that you might meet them on here in their attempts to get you back, the kindest thing is to couch your lack of love in the nicest possible terms - I've had, 'I haven't fallen for you,' which was quite gentle - give no scope for hope (ie, being 'friends,') and honour what you've said. Mixed messages are an absolute bastard and can prolong the agony long after the event.
In LOA terms, you can't be passive, but you can decide what you want (which you have) and take inspired action (which you're getting your way up to doing, no?)
« on: October 22, 2012, 03:35:19 PM »
« on: October 22, 2012, 03:33:08 PM »
"Everything is possible for one who believes." - Jesus
Not to rain on anyone's parade here, and certainly belief can brighten a bad day, but whilst belief may make everything possible, it doesn't mean it will happen, does it? And the belief in possibility versus the actual manifestation of that possibility are two wildly different things.
« on: October 22, 2012, 03:34:25 AM »
Hmm, to I Love Rainbows, no, I didn't really know that. Tell me more....
But it's turned out that he's a married manic-depressive. No offence to anyone who's manically depressed or married but I've placed him back in the 'friend' box. He's great, but I suppose that with attracting, you've got to be specific, haven't you? We're still talking, all is okay. I didn't know he was married as we met through Facebook where, I suppose, people can be a little more selective with what they put up, but no damage done. A hazy desire to meet someone educated, good-looking and shaggable turned up trumps but with a few too many strings attached
Anyway, I've since met someone else! we'd known each other before but met more this weekend as we were attending the funeral of a mutual friend. I was worried about how I'd cope with another funeral so soon after my dad's, but it turned out that I did okay. He is lovely, a bit shy, but we talked for about 2 hours before our respective trains left and in terms of the trains, he went to the information office to ask if either his or my train (we were travelling to different cities) corresponded with the other; ie, could we sit on a train together for a bit, please? Turns out that the timetables were against us but we parted with a kiss and he's invited me to his city for the weekend.
So, a/ could I have girlish squeals of delight/agreement about how much he likes me? and b/ I Love Rainbows - could you write me one of your wonderful, long and intelligent posts filled with wisdom (and You Tube videos) about how not to doubt and just enjoy and enjoy and enjoy.... ?
« on: October 19, 2012, 04:06:40 AM »
Still finding life difficult since dad's death but one thing that has brightened me up is a guy, a friend of mine, being wonderful, empathetic and supportive. I also fancy him rotten. Tonight, he's sent me a couple of songs and was wondering if anyone would like to throw a brief interpretation my way? Full of lines like - I've been waiting a long time/to meet someone like you, or, keep me close/keep me tight/just keep me in mind.
I can guess but it would be lovely to have some girlish enthusiasm to share my thoughts. not very LOA, I know, but I've also attracted him quite specifically, so this might be something!
« on: October 10, 2012, 09:52:43 PM »
Yep, I was.
« on: October 10, 2012, 08:27:29 PM »
With the ex who propelled me to here, who I tried to get back (but eventually made the decision not to for various reasons), I could do 4 or 5 sessions of RS and have him contact me, with affection. I'm tempted to try it again, as proof for this thread, but proof can be a one-time event, I think. I remember writing in a notebook that I kept at the time, 'XXXX contacted me! Keep up with RS 'cause IT WORKS.'
« on: October 10, 2012, 01:24:54 AM »
@ Mollys_Love - All these things are subjective, maybe that's the problem. What one person will accept as proof or success or failure vary wildly, I'd suspect. Our baselines are different, so are our expectations. And as for the individual stories, that's a whole new world of differentness. Now, I've never read a story that's said,
'My ex left me and I was distraught. I did RS for x weeks/months and they came back, fell in love with me and we all lived happily after.'
That, to ME, would be success and proof. But if I changed what I wanted, say, and made it a phone call or e-mail, on which, as adults, we could potentially build, then that might be seen as success in someone else's eyes.
The difficulty with this stuff is that there are no absolutes, but in 'real life,' there are few absolutes, too; I refer you to the famous quote about death and taxes. There are people on here who've had great results when they've 'let go.' Others who've kept up the visualising and active believing in order to get what they've wanted. So that perhaps is proof enough that whatever is at work here - if you still believe there is - varies according to the individual.
Just personal journeys, really. I hope you find your way
« on: October 09, 2012, 06:42:26 PM »
I'm in a similar situation, though am currently off work after my dad's death. For me, I want to do something different to my job that I'm currently in, but that's because I feel motivated to do that out of the shock of his passing, perhaps. And what I do want to go and do - work on an animal sanctuary in Africa followed by a lot of photography work and travel - is something which I've always harbored a dream to go and do. But, like I must not do anything rash - I've given myself to the end of next March to see whether my job really is a bad fit - I suggest that you give yourself a period of time in which to settle down, get comfortable with however much of it you can, perhaps store up some savings and then a date in the diary (want to try end of March with me?) when you sit down and go, 'nope, this isn't working for me,' or perhaps the opposite.
My job also involves a commute on what is widely considered to be the UK's shittest motorway; about 90 minutes each way so you have my sympathy!
I suppose too that although things (jobs, people) can seem perfect on paper, they're often not in reality, so view this as an opportunity to get clear (even clearer!) on what you DO want.
I've had points in my current job - and those previous - where I've thought, 'I just want to quit NOW,' but then a day later, I think, 'thank God I didn't.' I suppose you need to work out what it is that's wrong with the job; is it wrong for you overall or are there just bits of it that aren't right, and bits that you can maybe learn to like in time or appreciate?
Don't do anything rash - there's a lot of maturity, wisdom and cold, hard cash in giving yourself the time to plan an escape.
I say give yourself 6 months, a contingency plan (and fund) and go from there
« on: October 09, 2012, 05:38:55 PM »
Some of the things I've read recently say that death is the choice and the decision of the soul, a level that goes beyond that of what we know, goes beyond the playground that the conscious mind is in...
« on: October 09, 2012, 05:36:24 PM »
I cannot believe that I manifested my dad's death. That equates to me killing my dad. The way it went was that there were 3 people sitting at the bedside of 1 man who'd had enough and had expressed a wish, several times over, that he wanted to go. How could my will usurp that of my dad's? It was his body to die in, not mine.
I do not believe you can influence everything and everyone. I do not believe you are responsible for everything you see and experience. Maybe I believe that because it relieves me of the 'responsibility,' but rationally - and for my own sanity - I cannot sit here and accept that I, The Great Creator, failed to save my dad's life.
Would anyone else who'd gone through this experience still remain faithful to the belief that they created everything and thus were responsible for the death of a parent? Would you?
I'm calm - but intrigued
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