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Started by Deb, July 14, 2021, 04:21:46 PM
Quote from: usmaakI'd like for that to happen with lottery winnings. Then I could be out of this place and onto the next big thing. I'd love love love (love) that!
Quote from: DebI wouldn't mind winning the lottery either. You gave me an idea: I should start buying tickets and see what happens. Maybe it's all about emotion—you seem to be on track. It's all about the love, to quote MJ. Hold onto that feeling.
Quote from: DebYou mentioned a few times that you moved to Colorado and regretted it. I'm so sorry about that, a very uncomfortable place to be. I moved here in '83 and then back again in '86 after a brief stint in San Diego, yet still it's all been good for me. I MAY end up moving to Florida this fall, only because I still miss FL and am tired of the snow and long Colorado winters. And CO has become so overcrowded since I first moved here. But I'm also open to staying in CO and working out another way to deal with the things that don't suit me.I can say the times I've been over the top successful with creation has been when I'd focused the joys of where I saw myself in the future, rather than what was wrong with where I was. But I'm no expert. Just trying to help, and get a handle on this creation thing.
Quote from: usmaakUse of the ego along that line will hold back such progress.
Quote from: usmaak It's always been my dream to live here. I didn't realize that it would be so loud, crowded, full of traffic and polluted.
Quote from: DebMaybe since you both are comfortable keeping to yourselves, moving to the mountains would be a good solution. There are plenty of areas in small towns that would be affordable because they're more rural and not touristy. West on 285, or I-70. There was a time when I wanted to build a cabin in Crestone, a quiet and spiritual area (not religion). And lots of interesting areas in the southwest San Juans—Ouray, Telluride, places like that. Explore!
Quote from: DebThen weed was legalized and an entirely different crowd flocked to the state—the homeless, mentally ill, people addicted to various substances.
Quote from: DebMaybe since you both are comfortable keeping to yourselves, moving to the mountains would be a good solution. There are plenty of areas in small towns that would be affordable because they're more rural and not touristy.
Quote from: usmaakThis town/city is becoming the definition of urban sprawl.
Quote from: usmaakPerhaps I am too damned picky about where I live and maybe it would be best to focus more on that for which I can be grateful and less on that which I find annoying. I do tend to focus on the negative.
Quote from: DebHas anyone else here wished for something and then not only got it, but much more than expected, an almost embarrassing amount of results?
Quote from: MariannaThe second favorite is my trip to my parents in Ukraine in 2019. All my friends (who know my husband's character) kept saying "you'll never be able to go alone". I visualized being in my home city for over a year before going to bed every day. And the trip became a reality.I spent 4 days with my dear cousin in a cozy airbnb and then my husband joined me. I saw all my dear friends, family, and on the whole - the trip was very enjoyable.
Quote from: LarryHMy favorite personal examples are both described in the synchronicity thread.
Quote from: DebI can share a few stories, but I'd love to know about yours.
Quote from: michaelk13 years ago wrote up a great list of what i really wanted in a partner. went on a vacation to mongolia. i hired a driver a guide and a cook from a local tour operator in the far west of the country. landed on a dirt runway, that kind of thing. way too many synchronous events happened before leaving, while there, and after. it was surreal. i fell in love with my guide. she fell in love with me. we've been married 12 years so far. and the list? she obliterated it. haahahahahahaha - hit every single item on it, and things i never knew i wanted, or was missing. just crazy. i was just talking with her today about it, and that is maybe one of the single biggest touchstones i use - to remind myself that i'm creating everything, that All That Is has our backs, and i/we truly truly truly truly live in a safe universe.
Quote from: michaelkokay, slight mini rant (positive) about lynda dahl, and the way i'm now approaching creating...i have to say, after hearing about them here, i just finished reading lynda dahl's four "living a safe universe" books. brilliant, i think. i've read all the seth books except the early class sessions, and to me it's hard holding all the concepts in one brain (mine) at one time. she has this great way of pulling things back to the core concepts i feel.and the approach she has of simply remembering we live in a safe universe, and also living/creating from the moment point - are brilliantly simple and powerful. not her ideas, per se, but her focus on them as her distillation of the seth matterial.
Quote from: Bora137This time it was more awkward, like the universe was pressing us together but we wouldn't stick. I made too many jokes and got out of there knowing that we weren't meant for each other.
Quote from: SenaMichael, that's a great story. Thanks. May I ask, were you a Seth reader before you went to Mongolia?
Quote from: DebHas anyone else here wished for something and then not only got it, but much more than expected, an almost embarrassing amount of results? A simple example: hoping for a piece of art by a certain artist, and not having a snowball's chance of hell of ever getting it, and then suddenly something changes and you get almost the entire collection? I've had this happen a few times, an "against all odds" creation both with material and non-material things, and I don't know whether it's just a "coincidence" (I know), my imagination, or true reality creation on steroids. I keep thinking of Ron Weasley's unpredictable broken magic wand. I can share a few stories, but I'd love to know about yours.
Quote from: usmaakDeb, I wish. I have never had an experience like that, or at least haven't had one that I can remember.I'd like for that to happen with lottery winnings. Then I could be out of this place and onto the next big thing. I'd love love love (love) that!
Quote from: usmaakQuote from: DebI wouldn't mind winning the lottery either. You gave me an idea: I should start buying tickets and see what happens. Maybe it's all about emotion—you seem to be on track. It's all about the love, to quote MJ. Hold onto that feeling. I've been playing the lottery since the early 90s. I'm terrified of how much money I've flushed down the toilet over the years. At least some of it goes to good causes, like the school system.If I ever won the big jackpot, I'd keep what I needed to retire now and live comfortably, and I'd donate the rest. My wife and I have no children to pass anything on to. I'd just want a modest house somewhere else, and enough money to live well. I don't need millions of dollars. I wouldn't even know what to do with that. Maybe I'd set up scholarships and make sure that the humane society down the street is well funded. There are so many opportunities to do good with that kind of money.
Quote from: MariannaQuote from: DebHas anyone else here wished for something and then not only got it, but much more than expected, an almost embarrassing amount of results?Hi dear Deb and All,Deb, your example with paintings looks like the case of "order placed with the Universe" and then following the flow/forgetting about it, whatever you want to call it. And with experience in "reality creation", examples become more and more mind-blowing. And we get used to magically catching planes and finding just the right houses. (Well, I get used. But this is a game I am never tired of playing. And I want grander and grander magic. As if saying to the Universe, "ok, you can swing my husband's successful cancer treatment and operation, my blog going live and my creations in the hands of dozens people, I want to go to the next level". Deb, since you are asking about examples, here are 2 of my most favorite. 1) There was a boxing place underneath our rental apartment in Bayonne NJ. They started at 4 pm and went at it until 9 pm. As someone who loves quiet, I was upset beyond words. Yet, I was "working" on it. So maybe this is a story for a wrong post. But anyway, the bottom-line is the reality creation worked. During racket, I imagined silence every time and visualized the gym moving to another place and prospering there. And it did - to my great surprise. When we came back from 2012 vacation (and we moved in March 2011), there was a note on their door saying they moved up the street. Now they have a larger place and it is in a building with no apartments. 2) The second favorite is my trip to my parents in Ukraine in 2019. All my friends (who know my husband's character) kept saying "you'll never be able to go alone". I visualized being in my home city for over a year before going to bed every day. And the trip became a reality. I spent 4 days with my dear cousin in a cozy airbnb and then my husband joined me. I saw all my dear friends, family, and on the whole - the trip was very enjoyable. With projects that seem difficult to swing by I always use the approach suggested by Zeland, a Russian speaking author. Since everything is possible and everything is like ordering things from a catalogue, he suggests to learn to feel the confidence you feel when you "go to the newsstand to get a newspaper". There is absolutely no doubt in you in this case.
Quote from: strangerthingsWhat do you want the money for?To run away?To move?To have steady food and income?What?
Quote from: michaelk13 years ago wrote up a great list of what i really wanted in a partner.
Quote from: Bora137This time it was more awkward, like the universe was pressing us together but we wouldn't stick. I made too many jokes and got out of there knowing that we weren't meant for each other.I've tried to use LoA on money too and although it has gone up somewhat my workload has gone up even more. So definitely a case of be careful what you wish for lol.Now I ask my intuition is this really what you want before I do any imagining exercises.
Quote from: usmaakI can almost always find holes in my wanting that show why I don't get what I think I want. I always had that common fantasy about being stupid rich and try as I might, I haven't gotten there. Only recently did I realize that I'm happy with where I am in life and what I have. I am not really high maintenance in that I don't need a lot of things to be happy. Even if I suddenly had a bunch of money, I wouldn't really know what to do with it because I don't really want anything else. I'd probably end up donating it and making other people's lives better.
Quote from: DebWell there you go, the reason you're not stupid rich... you're wise and contented. But it would be fun to try out rich.
Quote from: DebMichaelk your entire post was amazing. Thanks for sharing and congratulations to you both! I don't know if your wife was a local in Mongolia (a fascinating place, BTW). My feeling is that we have more than one opportunity to meet someone with whom we are meant to be. We may live a great distance apart, travel in different circles, but manage to cross paths enough times and in different places to finally connect. I've had that happen a couple of times and it's really enjoyable to look back at the history trail of crossed paths. In reality, opportunity does NOT only knock once, if something is meant to be. And I don't mean "fate" in the traditional sense, I'm coming from a Seth perspective.BTW I love Lynda Dahl. I just recently started listening to the Seth Speaks book from Audible. I'd read it so long ago, and at the time not so familiar with the Seth materials, that it is like reading it for the first time. What struck me is that while Seth was thorough in explaining the way things are, he did not always give examples for what he was explaining. That's where Lynda shines. She will say what Seth said, and then provide true life examples to make it even clearer.
Quote from: michaelkthanks, Deb - have you been to Mongolia? amazing country. and yes, she's a local.
Quote from: DebQuote from: michaelkthanks, Deb - have you been to Mongolia? amazing country. and yes, she's a local.Very cool. I have not been to Mongolia, but my husband conducts international photo tours and has been there twice, has another group trip planned for early next year. I've seen photos, it's beautiful, colorful and very unique in its culture. Very diverse landscape too. I'd love to see it some day.
Quote from: strangerthings on August 07, 2021, 06:18:46 PMSomewhere in the Seth material it discusses that your Entity (Inner True and Faithful Self), will not allow certain things to be created. Your Inner Self is moving you in directions that benefit you. We do not always "see" or "hear" so we practice and practice.
Quote from: a probable me on April 16, 2022, 09:17:05 AMQuote from: strangerthings on August 07, 2021, 06:18:46 PMSomewhere in the Seth material it discusses that your Entity (Inner True and Faithful Self), will not allow certain things to be created. Your Inner Self is moving you in directions that benefit you. We do not always "see" or "hear" so we practice and practice. Apologies for responding on such an old thread, but is there any chance you (or anyone else!) know where this was mentioned in the books? Did you literally mean the book titled "The Seth Material" or do you mean somewhere among all the books?I've read the first 3 books, but can't seem to recall Seth talking about this, and wasn't able to locate it this morning from a cursory search. In my memory, he only ever said that our only limitation were violations of current "laws" of our system, such as not being able to re-grow a limb that wasn't there at birth. Thanks.
Quote from: a probable me on April 16, 2022, 10:48:39 PMThank you! I can see a lot of these mentions are in The Early Sessions - Makes sense why I couldn't recall it, as I haven't gotten through all of that yet. Please correct me if I'm wrong: If we are only allowed things that are part of our free will, then that must mean every single death aligns with the greater entity's intention, right. So even if a person didn't take care of their own health, they couldn't die if it wasn't their time? Just like if marriage and children weren't part of the greater entity's plan, then no amount of practicing Seth's exercises of visualizations/affirmations/etc would lead to that being included in the range of choices to pick from. Am I understanding that correctly?
Quote from: infinteascent on November 06, 2022, 06:43:40 AMSo I was at Target and decided not to get a basket. Hands were getting full, box of diapers etc... So I was telling myself, man I need a basket. As most know sometimes there are empty baskets lying around the store. I turned the corner of an aisle and a nice lady there with her daughter. She said "You look like you need a basket", and started taking her few items out her basket. I of course said I couldn't take her basket, but she insisted and gave it to me. Little more small talk and we parted ways. Coincidence or creation, who knows...
Quote"You must learn to deal with your own beliefs directly or you will be forced to deal with them indirectly — by reacting to them quite without knowing it in your physical experience. When you rail against an unfavorable environment, or a situation or condition, basically — and underline the following phrase — you are not acting independently, but almost blindly reacting. You are reacting to events that seem to happen to you, and always in response to a situation."—NoPR Part One: Chapter 6: Session 627, November 13, 1972
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