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« on: May 10, 2013, 12:00:09 PM »
This occurred to me yesterday.
Very often we are advised to "act as if" our desire has already manifested. I know this confuses a lot of people, and it confused me too. If you "act as if" you are a millionaire before you actually have the money, you may find yourself seriously in debt. If you "act as if" you are already back with an ex, you could make a pest of yourself, phoning up or whatever before they are ready to hear from you.
Yesterday it occurred to me that maybe what they mean is that you should feel as if your desire has already manifested - feel how you would feel if it were already here, but don't act on it, wait for it to come to you.
What do you think?
« on: April 12, 2013, 11:47:26 PM »
No idea if this is a useful thread to start, but I thought if you are going through a tough time, it might be useful to have a list of stories where an event or situation seemed terrible, but in hindsight turned out to be really beneficial.
I'll start, but I hope others have stories to contribute as well!
This one occurred to me today, as I was looking over some work I'd done:
Several years ago, I was bullied by my boss. It was a miserable situation, which led to me finding a new job, doing the same thing for a different company. I got re-trained at the new company, and realised that the way I was taught to do it before was completely wrong, and I could have been culpable for malpractice. I didn't realise this at the time, I thought I was doing the right things because that was the way I was taught. Now I realise, had I stayed there, I probably would have lost my job (the company seems likely to close) and it would have been difficult to find a new one, had I been associated with a disreputable company. So, in the end, it really was quite lucky that my boss started bullying me and I felt compelled to leave
« on: April 04, 2013, 08:51:04 PM »
I know this isn't directly related to LOA, but it is in a way, insofar as it might be a way of speaking to your IB, with less mental clutter?
I discovered an online iChing oracle. Normally my reaction to the iChing would be the same as for horoscopes (general statements worded so that you can infer lots of things you think are specific to your own case, but aren't really)
And yet... Wen struggling to know what is the "right" thing to do, without my judgement being clouded by emotion, I thought I would give it a try.
The responses all seem relevant to my questions. I don't know if maybe this is because they have programmed the system to throw the dice in a way that gives an answer that fits your question or not, but I find it interesting.
Anyone else have any compelling iChing experiences?
« on: March 23, 2013, 08:11:16 PM »
So.... I guess LOA has been around for ever, but the first published references I can find are from about 1890. This probably has more to do with printing becoming more affordable than anything else.
The early LOA or "New Thought" masters said essentially that "thoughts are things" and "like attracts like", so to get what you want, you visualise it, and this attracts similar things into your life. They do emphasize the importance of emotions, in that you are to infuse your visualisations with lots of positive emotions.
Abraham-Hicks, by contrast, don't really recommend visualising, they say that you should focus on whatever makes you happy, and stay away from specifics. They say that your vortex is already full of whatever you want, and thinking about it too much just erects a barrier that stops you accessing what is in the vortex.
Bashar says that visualising is useful insofar as it brings you into a positive state of being and belief that you can have what you want - so seems to fall somewhat between the Hicks and earlier LOA philosophies.
So, who is right, in your experience and opinion?
« on: February 06, 2013, 03:05:16 AM »
A lot of LOA guides teach that you shouldn't think about your problems - you should distract, or think about what you want instead of what you don't want, etc.
Abraham-Hicks frequently talk about the "emotional guidance system" - which is basically this: your clue as to whether you are thinking thoughts that will lead you to wanted rather than unwanted is how you feel. If you feel good, you are allowing your desires to be manifested.
This is all very good up to a point - but sometimes it seems harder to re-direct thoughts to the positive and it feels like stifling or denial rather than genuinely choosing a better feeling thought.
I've been re-reading 'Beyond Happiness' by Frank Kinslow, and this seems to offer a solution to this problem. Putting attention on your "problems" while you are in a state of Awareness will cause them to reduce, not to grow. I've tried this a couple of times and it does actually seem to work - very effectively!
The thing is that when you are in "Awareness" (which he defines very specifically - with 'Pure Awareness being a state of no thought whatsoever, and awareness being a state where you are aware of ... I guess what could essentially be called your inner spirit) you are not judging or labelling things. So nothing gets defined as a "problem" when you are in that state. You can observe it, and it just is, it's not good or bad. But oddly, just the act of observing things objectively, without labels, seems to cause whatever to go your way. So "problems" resolve even though you are not viewing them as problems, and the things you want to happen find ways of coming to you.
I posted a link to one of his books earlier - will re-post if I find it again.
Just thought I would mention this in case it helps anyone who sometimes struggles to "reach for the better feeling thought"
« on: October 16, 2012, 11:13:24 AM »
I was just listening to an Abraham clip posted on another thread, where Esther / Abraham says that whatever behaviour you experience from other people, it is because it is in your vibration as well.
But what about when you attract diametrically opposed behaviour from two different people? Can I be both generous and stingy at the same time? Open and closed? Nit-picky and sloppy with details at the same time?
And I'm thinking about - after my father died, I felt like I died a little too. And I didn't want to interact with other people at all. So the dominant vibration for me, socially, was Go away! Leave me alone! And yet, at that time, people made a greater effort than ever to maintain a connection with me and to offer their love and support - so, the behaviour I attracted in that instance was the complete opposite of the vibration I was sending out.
« on: October 14, 2012, 02:59:34 PM »
I was just thinking about this, and it reminded me of the topic of whether or not we have any power over other people's lives (which, the whole free will thing comes up frequently on this site, so...)
Many years ago, I had medical condition X, and the doctor prescribed a certain medication for it. I remember him saying, "I'm pretty confident this will do the trick" - and sure enough, it was like a miracle, completely cured within weeks (for something that is normally a chronic condition that does not go away without treatment).
So, several years later, I had a relapse. I was living in a new town, and had a new doctor, so went to him and asked him for the medicine I'd had before. He say, "it isn't very effective, I don't think it will make much difference" - and then gave me a run down on all the reasons it wouldn't work. I told him about the miracle cure I'd had a few years earlier, and, although he was personally very doubtful, he agreed to write the prescription. This time however, the medicine had almost no effect, despite the fact that it was the same medicine, in the same dosage, and I fully expected it to work as well as it had before. I couldn't believe it when nothing happened.
Any thoughts? (I'm not saying this is a good thing, obviously - it just got me wondering)
« on: October 10, 2012, 04:50:47 PM »
Okay, I know, I know, the trolls really want to learn RS too, and are just too shy to ask the proper way
But, seeing as the other two threads have got de-railed, I thought I'd start a third thread. If this one fails, I'll give up and let the trolls have their wicked way with RS.
So, in theory, this thread should be about RS & RI and WAYS TO USE IT MOST EFFECTIVELY.
note to trolls: please can you either go to the other thread for RS-debunking / skepticism comments, or start your own new thread? I'd really like to keep this one shiny and new
So, what I'd love to hear is RS success stories, things that have worked particularly well for you, links to resources - AND, if people have any genuine questions about techniques or how to use RS more effectively, please feel free to post them here.
And, as in the other thread, a suggestion: if a troll posts and goes off-topic, maybe we could ignore it in this thread (just keeping this one for stuff that works), and maybe post both the question and the answer in the other thread that's already been de-railed? - http://www.powerlawofattraction.com/forum/law-of-attraction-for-relationship-6/rs-tips-secrets-and-success-stories/msg73036/?topicseen#new
« on: October 08, 2012, 03:51:52 PM »
...to just discuss things with other people who appear to be separate entities from you?
(in case anyone doesn't get the reference, it's referring to the belief system where we are all the same person, and therefore there is no point referring to anyone else, because you create your total reality)
I mean, yeah, I know I can post something up, and sometimes people will say, "You create your own reality! This means whatever you think it means!!". But actually the reason I am posting something up is because I haven't assigned a meaning to whatever, and want to discuss the issue with people who appear to be separate from me, so that I can get what appears to be a different perspective.
I don't know, maybe I'm just perverse that way
- it just seems like, if the answer is always, "It means whatever you decide it means!" then there's no point having a message board or ever talking to anyone. And I'd like to talk. So listen up universe, I am talking
I am feeling insanely good lately. Bizarrely so. And this is surprising to me, as (as I have indicated in a couple of other threads) I have recently lost (or at least temporarily lost) a friendship that has been very important to me. So, I'm wondering what it means (yes, yes, I know - it means whatever I decide it means. Just humour me on this one, okay?
It could mean:
a. that we are going to be friends again soon, and the friendship will be stronger than ever
b. that my happiness is genuinely unaffected by external events, and I am feeling happy because I have finally realised this
c. to be honest, said friend has been a colossal pain in the arse for the last six months or so. Maybe it's just that I'm relieved not to have to deal with his shit any more, even though I miss the nice version of him enormously?
d. I've always felt that we had some kind of psychic bond. This relationship, much more than any other, has tended to reflect exactly
what I am thinking and feeling at any given moment. Maybe the fact that I am feeling so good is due to some psychic linkage, and I am feeling the fact that he is feeling good and more sorted out (albeit, sadly without me being a part of it)
I would like for the 'truth" (yeah yeah, I know I have to put "truth" in quotes on this forum
) to be a combination of a, b, and part of d.
And yes, I know that the truth is whatever I decide it is.
I just wanted to talk is all.
Thank you to anyone who humours me and talks to me with an encouraging perspective
« on: October 07, 2012, 02:47:18 PM »
I keep thinking about the Hicks' statement that "a belief is just a thought that you keep thinking"
And I think... Well, yes and no. It's not just any thought - it's a thought backed up (at least in my mind) with some form of evidence. A thought I keep thinking that has no evidence to support it will generally fall under some other category, such as a desire, or a fantasy, or a question.
So, I accept that the "evidence" for a belief may be self-generated. But still, that is the difference between a belief and some other kind of thought - it's not just that I keep thinking it, it's that I keep thinking it AND i have some evidence (at least in my own mind) to support it.
So, examples of beliefs:
- the sun will rise tomorrow. The evidence is that it has risen every day of my life for nearly 50 years now. Actually this is a false belief - the sun doesn't rise, the earth rotates so that the area where I live faces the sun at regular definable intervals
- cats don't like water. My whole life, I have seen cats run from water. But some species of cats do like water.
- I totally believe in the model of the elements I learned as a child. This is because it leads to reproducible effects if you use this model.
Other kinds of thoughts:
- a desire - such as, I'd like my mother to get better. I don't believe or not believe - I don't know the answer. But I have a wish that she will.
- a question - such as: why does person A always do that? You can say that there s a belief embedded there, that person A always does that. But the question why is just that, a question.
So, anyway, that being the case, and assuming that we create our own realities, how do we assemble the evidence we need to support a belief that currently seems to be contradicted by the evidence? Is ignoring the evidence that you've created over whatever period really the only way? (I find this very difficult to do - I can manage it a bit, but then sometimes the unwanted "evidence" filters back when I let my guard down)
So, to use on an example that will be relevant to many people on this forum, what if you want to believe that person X loves and respects you, but unfortunately you've been creating evidence to the contrary for several years. How do you create the new evidence, so that you can better support a new belief?
The best I've come come up with so far is:
-remembering times when person X did treat you with love and respect
-realising that you are worthy of love and respect generally
-attached to the above, noticing and appreciating the times that other people treat you with love and respect
-just not thinking about it at all, because no thought is better than a negative thought
Any other thoughts?
« on: October 05, 2012, 07:22:55 PM »
Just wondering if anyone has any particular recommendations for binaural beats, particularly if they are available on YouTube (I'm a bit reluctant to download files directly to my computer, but I think YouTube is safe enough)
I've found a few that really make me feel great, and make it easy to enter a meditative state. If I can work out how to paste in YouTube links, I will (the iPad takes you directly to a YouTube app, so it doesn't give the web address)
Anyone have any specific recommendations? (ie frequencies that are good for particular emotions, manifestations, visualisations, etc?)
« on: October 04, 2012, 03:23:47 PM »
As some of you may have picked up, I'm a big fan of the Frank Kinslow books.
Until recently, he hasn't really written much about manifestation. He's more about re-aligning with your true self, which involves identifying with a state of pure awareness which is not influenced by external circumstances. So, for example, if you feel joy because you have found love or got a great job or a new house or whatever - all well and good, but these are transient emotions and not linked to your true self. If you say that joy comes from a new job, then it can be taken away again if you lose that job, for example. Instead, he guides you through meditative practices which show you your core emotional state when it is not affected by external circumstances. And the big surprise and delight to me was to find out that this is always something positive. Not just for me, for everyone.
In his latest book, he goes a bit further and says that the state of pure awareness is the seat of manifestation. So, you clear your mind of all external influences, and from that connection with source (effectively) everything is manifested.
So, now I'm wondering about gratitude. For me, gratitude has been extremely effective - not just in terms of manifestation, but in terms of elevating my overall sense of well-being. But it is clearly a conditional emotion, not linked to Pure Awareness as Frank (Kinslow) would say. So... How much of a role should it play, if at all? Is the ultimate goal to enter into pure awareness and not care about external manifestation at all (which begs the question of, why even have a physical existence - but I think that's a question to which the answer is usually, "the physical mind cannot understand it")
Just interested in your general thoughts really
« on: October 01, 2012, 03:05:07 PM »
If you are very successful in one area of manifestation, can you transfer whatever you are doing right in this area to another? Or do you think it comes under the heading of "things the physical mind can't know"?
I was thinking over the weekend - I have never had a problem manifesting money. This isn't because I grew up ultra-privileged. By Western standards, I think we were what you would call "lower middle class" (although I appreciate this is wealthy compared to people living in poverty in areas of war or famine, for a western lifestyle, we were on the struggling end - my parents divorced when I was a baby, and my mother struggled to support 5 children on her own as a secretary. We were like the kids in the Pulp song "Misshapes" - "raised on a diet of broken biscuits"
But anyway, despite an environment that one would expect to have given me limited beliefs about money, for some reason I never have. And these days I'd probably be considered quite well off even by Western standards (essentially through a combination of career and fortuitous business decisions)
So, I'm thinking, what did I do right here, and could I transfer this to other areas where I seem to be lagging?
1. Although this is usually perceived to be an unpleasant word, I've always had a sense of "entitlement". Basically, I've always thought I deserved to live well, and have been instinctively dismissive of anyone whose told me that it's not feasible or realistic to have these kinds of expectations (there are a lot of them out there)
2. I've always believed that it is totally within my power. I've trusted my intelligence to find me good jobs, and to make good business decisions (I work full time and have a business as well)
3. About 15 years ago, I decided to totally let go of any fear regarding money. That was when things really took off. I just decided to take the plunge and invest in things that felt right - I had a little worry about losing all the money and becoming bankrupt, but I shrugged it off and went for the "feel the fear and do it anyway" philosophy. And told myself that, even in the worst case scenario, I could always get a job and start again.
So - seems to be a combination of belief and letting go.
Anyone else have any areas where they are excellent manifestors, and want to talk about your beliefs / actions in these areas?
« on: September 26, 2012, 01:07:53 AM »
I would really appreciate some kind words and nice thoughts.
I've just had a very crappy day - an anti-vortex. The best thing I can say about it was that nothing tragic happened - no death, no illness, no painful arguments with loved ones. And still... I've had the most amazing run of bad luck.
And I'm wondering, if we create our own realities, why am I doing this to myself. The icing on the cake of my day was that my landline stopped working - today is my mother's birthday and I wanted to phone her, and the phone went dead. So I used aneighbour's phone to report the fault and try to get it fixed..but I don't want to go into that - short version is that I told myself I would be positive so as to avoid attracting any more bad luck, and things went so badly (poor connection, person with heavy accent, they can't solve my problem and want to charge me ú100 for the privilege) that I ended up crying on the phone to a stranger
- at least the stranger was nice about it, and said he'd phone me tomorrow to see how I am doing
But that was like, the fiftieth crappy thing that happened today.
I thought I had this LOA thing worked out, but I feel so powerless now. I actually do buy the whole "you create your own reality" thing, but I have no idea why I would create today, or why I've got myself stuck in the illusion of my own powerlessness.
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