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”.
Hungry for something about more than the psychological benefits of keeping your attention on each moment, I’d put the book back on the shelf and select something else.
It didn’t occur to me that this is an important requirement for changing your life, whether it’s relationships or financial abundance.
At every single moment, if the quality of a particular “thought stream” going on in our head is based on what our life has been like in the past, then the chances of actually manifesting our preferred future material reality is severely limited.
The Quantum field that translates thought to material doesn’t care that humans brains are partly designed to store memories of past “failures” or disappointments. ( the brain doesn’t actually store them, it accesses your non-physical mind much like a radio accesses radio waves). This “Formless Substance” just takes the seeds of your continual and intensified thoughts now, and outpictures them into reality. The cleaner they are, the faster the manifestation. Nothing complicated about that.
Try sitting back now to think about how it would feel like to be surrounded by your desired circumstances. You have every right as a Sovereign Thinking/feeling Being, to (unfortunately) believe that you must factor in past “negative” results in your decision now, of how likely it is to produce the house you want, or the car that you want.
But how about just simply allowing yourself to assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled now?
It’s a common tendency among many to believe that they must be a “graduate” of the School of Negative Belief Liquidation, before feeling deserving enough to just sit down and assume in their entire Being, the state of completion where the thing they desire has transpired.
I’m not faulting the plethora of material focused on the how-to’s of changing beliefs, but it has to put into perspective. Trying to constantly look for more and more information on how to change the past (i.e. the beliefs that we’ve accepted), without applying that information can only accomplish so much!
Don’t get me wrong, changing a belief does makes it easier to steadily and more automatically think thoughts of “from the end” goal completion. Beliefs are like ‘thought-generators’. Not changing a particular limiting belief might make it necessary you to have to ignore more chatter while visualizing your desired circumstance.
It’s commonly mentioned in books that the more emotionalized we focus on a thought, the more rapid the manifestation.
I can’t think of a more charged up visualization than to imagine myself being handed the keys to a new sporty convertible, if in the material reality, I’ve never driven anything better than an average economy car.
The feeling is that much more palpable and “crunchy” when there’s such a contrast!
The Law of Attraction is so “machine-like” and un-discriminating it’s almost ridiculous. It’s main Inviolate Property is to arrange the circumstances and synchronicities in your life, so that, whatever you imagine with feeling and intensity always transpires. It won’t “penalize” you if have chatter in the background that is already unique to most of us.
So you have permission from now on, to just live in your daily actions and habits in a state of being that assumes what you are imagining has arrived.
A powerful tool that has improved my ability to just rest in that pure feeling of fulfillment has been the The Release Technique – it has allowed me to easily reach further and deeper beyond the level of beliefs and into the realm of the deeply entrenched feelings of lack and wanting (the habit of subconsciously ‘wanting’ is the opposite of the feeling of having.). Being able to release the feelings of lack without having to be intellectual about it, was the effortless result.
Living in the present moment with a quality of thought, feeling and action that presupposes an objective has already been realized is the bold impudence that shines as a powerful, attractive magnet.
A quote from Siddhartha by Herman Hesse: Siddhartha does nothing, he waits, he thinks, he fasts, but he passes through the things of the world like a rock through water, without doing anything, without stirring; he is drawn, he lets himself fall.His goal attracts him, because he doesn’t let anything enter his soul which might oppose the goal. This is what Siddhartha has learned among the Samanas.