Prosperity Plan Day 6: My inner supply instantly and constantly takes on form and experience according to my needs and desires, and as the Principle of Supply in action, it is impossible for me to have any unfulfilled needs or desires.
This quote instantly reminded me of this quote I read yesterday on FB:
Trusting your Timing, by Bashar
We, as our Higher Self (Over-Soul) actually creates Time (as we experience it). Our Higher Self exists outside Time and Space. It projects portions of itself into specific time/space holograms (time/space matrixes), which we then experience as an incarnation. So, from the point of view of any one incarnation, there is time, there is “past, present, and future”. But from the point of view of the Higher Self, there is no Time. It’s all happening NOW. It’s just one big Eternal-NOW. So keep in mind that our Higher Self is creating the actual “time” that we are experiencing in a linear fashion.
When we intensely want to do something now, and it is easily possible to do it, no problem. We just do it.
But if we intensely want to do something now, and it is NOT possible to do it NOW, we are then at a critical decision-junction:
We can choose to interpret this as
“I am not getting what I want.”
Or, we can choose to interpret this as
“I always get what I want. If it’s not available now, then there must be an excellent reason for this.”
Which of these choices we make is critical in determining the outcome, as this choice is equivalent to selecting a BELIEF, and we then experience the outcome aligned with that belief.
If you choose to interpret the situation as
“I am not getting what I want.”,
then, sure enough, you will continue to not get what you want.
But the alternative is this:
Choose to interpret this situation (of not being able to do what you want to do NOW) as
“I always get what I want.”
“I always get what I want. If it’s not available now, there must be an excellent reason for this.”
You see, often our Higher Self “arranges” time in such a way that we do not get what we want when we initially want it, only because it wants us to first accumulate certain experiences, certain skills, certain appreciations, certain connections with other people, certain awarenesses – FIRST! So that when we do get to experience this thing we want, we will then be appreciating it and enjoying it on a much deeper and more profound level.
So when you want to do something and it is not immediately available, REMEMBER: Your Higher Self is merely delaying this experience, so you get some other experiences first, so that you may enjoy and appreciate this thing you want EVEN MORE, when you do get it.
So when you want to do something and it is not immediately available, TRUST YOUR TIMING.
Do not buy into the belief that
“I do not get what I want.”
Instead, remind yourself:
“I always get what I want.”
“I always get what I want. If it’s not available now, then my Higher Self must have some experiences it wishes me to have first, so that when I do
get what I want, I’ll be able to enjoy it even more. I’ll be able to enjoy it on a much richer, deeper basis.”
We sat for 15 minutes. My thoughts went first to, “I always get what I want,” and I used that for a mantra for a while. Then I stared at the shadows the trees were making outside my window. I focused on my breath for a minute, before my neighbors walked by with their cute dogs. I was delighted.
I realized that if you can focus on your breath, you’ll always be enjoying every moment for what it is. But then when good things start to happen, it’s easy to get lost thinking about them. The trick is to return right back to your breath, right back to the Now, for each new moment, then better and better things can keep coming.
Breathe in and raise your vibration!
Breathe out and release your resistance.
This means don’t think on top of/next to the breathing exercise. Place all of your attention on the breath. It will anchor you right here right now.
I’ve been working on a life design textbook for over a year now. Over and over, I get excited about it, because this time, I swear, I really found the key to conscious creation!
I seem to come up with the new key to life design about every other day. So instead of compiling scattered notes into a textbook sometime in the future (which does not exist!), I will now be posting a Daily Guide to Life Design, in which I describe the ULTIMATE KEY TO BEING HAPPY AND GETTING WHAT YOU WANT, according to me, at that time space dimension. Let’s go!
Daily Guide to Life Design #1: Conscious Breathing
Most meditation books at some point recommend focusing on one’s breath to enter a meditative state. I first made sense of the idea a couple summers ago, when I tried focusing on the feeling of breath going in and out of my nostrils.
One day, I experienced complete divine bliss during my little nostril meditation–a feeling I have yet to replicate. It was like being in a blacklight tanning bed, on a Ferris wheel, being massaged in the brain with the neatest toy in the world. It was smooth and electric and the most peace I’ve ever felt.
The past few weeks I’ve gotten really into breath meditation again, especially after reading Peace Is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life. One day while sitting I was transported into a DMT land of calm characters who acknowledged with their beings that breath is the password to a higher level of consciousness.
If you focus on your breath, wholly, as to cease thinking and be completely in the present, you can feel things. It’s like bodily knowledge of everything in the universe. It feels like riding a bike, getting into the rhythm. And if you start thinking, you’ll be booted out instantly.
But we can always get back to that higher dimension, where everything is fun and there’s nothing to worry about.
Have you had any transcendental breathing experiences? Do you ever feel like you’re tripping when you meditate? Are you a star child? A/S/L?
There is an apartment building in my neighborhood that has the words “Enjoy being” painted across the front of it. I love the concept, but up until recently I really had no idea what it meant.
In another part of Austin, on a bridge that crosses Lady Bird Lake, I’ve discovered explicit instructions sent from above to answer the question of how to enjoy being: “Focus one point and breathe.”
Focus one point and breathe. Feel one point on your body or look at one single speck and breathe. It’s the simplest flow toy there is. You know you’re outside of the Now if you lose your focus, break your gaze, or get distracted. But if you can keep your attention steady on one single point, whether it’s something you’re looking at or a point you’re feeeing on your body (for example, the point where breath enters and leaves your nostrils), you’ll feel the joy of simply being. It feels like tripping—that blissful state where you know everything is perfect and magickal right now, and things like money and time truly don’t matter.
When you direct all your attention and focus to a single point, you can see how what seems stationary is constantly changing. You can begin to see and feel the unfolding of life. It’s always in motion and there is no action you can take to influence it. All you can do is play with it and accept the gifts it constantly brings you.
Practice that state of being—the state of enjoying being—and that is the only work you will ever have to do on this Earth. Everything you want will unfold perfectly, now that you’ve gotten out of the way.