A Russian Quantum Mechanics Physicist wrote some books you must simply buy and read and re-read.
I’d be hard-pressed to summarize all of the powerful and compelling concepts offered by this writer, Vadim Zeland. I’ll try to anyway.
Importance (drop it)
Yes, importance. Drop it.. Anything related to the goings on of your day to day life, especially, I mean especially, things that annoy you, distress you, depress you, etc.. drop their $%^!& importance altogether. There are plenty of writers who have covered the significance of “letting go”, or ceasing resisting the “bad” stuff that you dislike. But Vadim rams this concept through you and on top of you, and keeps with it until you’re convinced, deep down, that it’s a necessary step toward easily and joyfull and effortlessly creating the “life tracks” as he terms it that coincide with your ideal life.
Choose Intention, drop Desire
There’s also Desire. You will know the key difference between this and Intention (and why dropping desire is the effective thing to do).. no, it’s not a re-hash of what writers such as Wayne Dyer or Vitale (ala The Secret), have said.. not the every-day motivation type of getting you to “Intend stuff”.
No, Vadim brings up the concepts of internal and external intention, and you, on your second read of the second book.. yes.. this is covered in book 2 specifically.. and yes, I stress that you must re-read these to pummel into all levels of meaning of his teachings into your understanding… will understand these 2 types of intention.
Multiple Universes, or Spaces of Variations
The most interesting and potent concepts that are covered, however, is the concept of life tracks, and basically, of the multiple possible Universes you live in in any one moment, and that you choose, based on your own personal decision of how either grateful you are in general, or how pissed off you get at the slightest little external stimulus that have always pushed your buttons.
A Rustle of Morning Stars
This is the actual title of his second book. It is Vadim’s phrase for the quiet voice inside, intuition if you want to call it. I don’t want to try to summarize all of the powerful ways he explains how to be someone who takes advantage of this Voice, and the benefits of doing so. Just read the books.
Ask most people what their primary struggle is when it comes to implementing the principles taught by Neville, Joseph Murphy, or other teachers who tell us to purposely feel the feelings of a desired objective as though it were true right now.
Their answer might be similar to: “Whenever I begin entering that state where I look at myself and my surroundings as if the Thing has transpired, the same voice objects: “Bullsh*t, it’s not going to happen”.
How to eliminate it? Examine the real meaning of why it’s interjecting
This B.S.R. mechanism (bullshit response) needs a source of power for it to continue its life, and this power is that unfortunate Faith we place in a fear of can’t-happen, more than in the Faith in knowing that it has already happened in another plane of reality as soon as you have channeled emotion-backed feeling into it.
In the subtle unseen world, where materials things actually originate, the objective is already existing.
The BSR has its own support panel of associates (beliefs) that have been built up, from us accepting the final verdicts from so many conversations stemming from our childhood. These interactions could be plentiful, and include even the most casual chat with an uncle when you were five that told you that “you’ve got to be realistic, it took me forty years to save up for a car”. (“Gee, thanks for sharing wtih me your choice of living such a limited life, Uncle Jed”, should now be your response to any memory you have of these interactions).
Resisting the BSR only gives it power and nutrition. A lot of us have resisted these can’t-have thoughts so much, it’s the equivalent of giving the BSR a High-end vegetable Juicer with a big bowl of organic green, orange and red vegetables. It’s Mega-Nutrition for it.
An example of resistance: If you are doing your best to get tuned into the Feeling-State of having your rent covered next month, the B.S.R., will demand to be heard every time. There’s just too much fear invested in the “possibility” of having no way to pay rent.
The best way to cancel out the B.S.R. is to agree .. be prepared for what I’m going to say .. to not making it such a disaster that you don’t have rent. Taking away the emotional charge from a possibility is one of the most important things to do, if you’re not able to otherwise leak out the charge some other way. Removing the this-is-bad, this-is-good label/charge out of a possible reality will de-fuse the momentum of thoughts being directed toward that imagined possiblity. The BSR gets its power and backing from you dwelling on how “bad” something can be.
If you’re becoming someone who is taking charge of your Consciousness, and you end up being kicked out the home, your real Identity is not necessarily of someone homeless. This is the last thing you want to read in an article such as this, on a site of this particular form. I mean, who wants to consider that possibility when you’re trying to do this “conscious creation/apply The Secret” stuff.
However, remember, that even you if won the Lotto today, it doesn’t mean as much as you think about the real reality of things.
The Bottom Line:
The way to build a world of steady riches is by self-examination when you have the time. Seth, in Nature of Personal Reality (Jane Roberts) has some great advice in this area: Sit down with your eyes closed and just allow and follow the stuff that comes up – the emotions. It always leads back to your beliefs. NOPR covers more about beliefs work and how
the clustering of different beliefs create “systems of ideas/beliefs” , including where “core” beliefs come in, than anything I’ve ever read.
However, at the very least, if you can’t consider delving into such a large tome of a book, at least pick up one of the books you’ve probably already bought that has actual exercises in the book prompting you to write your beliefs in various areas of your life, especially finances.
In Cody Horton’s Consciously Creating Wealth, she has an excellent exercise that guides you to allowing negative emotions to come up, and then following that thread of feeling back in your memory, to an incident in your past where you happened to have accepted a belief and you forgot that you even did that.
Another excellent book: Harv Ecker’s book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. But, again, you have to actually do the exercises.
Among the books I listed above, one must-have in my opinion is “Before You Think Another Thought” by Bruce Doyle. It’s a very slim book that gets to the point and provides very effective exercises.
( Let’s take a Q&A break Q: Why are there so many seminars and courses and teleclasses on “LOA” A: Because noone ever actually did the exercise part of all of the books they bought. They just read them. Q: But I bet Mr Gates or Mr. Trump never did the exercises or bought the books. How Come? A: That’s really the wrong question. No answer needed. Wheeww what a relief. Just find out who you are, and don’t worry about having billions. )
If your gut feeling tells you to really start examining yourself, especially your hardened assumptions and Beliefs, in response to an exercise you see from a book, or article, and you don’t follow that strong instinct to actually do the exercise, than your world will stay the same. Yes, even if you watch the Secret twenty more times. The intuitional urges you get aren’t only meant for doing those “outside” things like call someone.
Follow your intuition if that part of you is prompting you to examine the assumptions and beliefs that you take for granted as something you think is true about yourself. This is more important than learning some new marketing method, and more valuable than going to yet another seminar, and definitely way more valuable than copying what someone else did to make their money, etc.
But ONLY if your intuition is prompting you. As my previous post mentioned, it’s more valuable to deliberately feel emotions in your hear-and-now, than it is to constantly try to root out beliefs.
I remember several times I’ve picked up a book from one of my weighted-down bookshelves, on an overcast Sunday afternoon. I recall on many of those occasions I would be in the mood for material on metaphysics such as Joseph Murphy or Neville Goddard, but I’d reach for something on “Present Moment living”.