I remember the job interview I had many years ago, for the first job that actually related to my career in computers. At that time, I was operating definitely at the 3-dimensional level and thought I was at effect from the outside, and everyone outside had a say in my income, my day to day security, and others had the official last word over my likeability or employeability.
I got that particular job, but not out of any positive impression I left (I had sweaty palms and acted really nervously) – it might have been my friend who was already at this company, and who I had attended a technical school with me, had already gave me a great reference.
My approach now, when it comes to the whole subject of money and being employed and resumes and seeking approval is at the 180 degree point.
Sometimes I get emailed questions about how I go about actually putting into practice the various practices/disciplines/techniques that I talk about on this blog.
Applying Vadim Zeland’s principle of LOSING IMPORTANCE
Universally, the Key Decision I hold is — (and this unfortunately is going to make you think of the common advice to not move away from negative instead of moving toward positive)
The Key Thing is..
Not letting the current circumstances, the appearance of something, affect me.
If something is “out there” (and it’s all illusion anyway), messing with me, I constantly remind myself that I’m in charge of my State of Being.. So my Main Emphasis, is to not give anything any power over me. I refuse to feel anger, or frustration, or fear, because all that does, is continue creating that crap in the future.
Don’t get caught up in the line of thinking that goes like this: “Well, because I’ve got this crap in my face , this means that I’ve got a “F’d up” vibration, or a series of accumulated low-emotional days that created this, so I’ve got reason to continue to be unhappy”… But the thing is, this Reality, the Mechanism that reflects your state of being into the physical stuff outside, doesn’t’ care that you want to drag the shit that’s showing up outside, into the future through your continual low-emotion-based state. It’ll just do it for you, and be neutral about it.
Posted in Beliefs, Passion, Resistance
Tagged acim, Assume The Feeling, busting loose, course in miracles, emotions, feeling, Neville, vadim zeland, Visualization, Wayne Dyer
I mentioned in a previous entry that I felt like my curiosity for discovering more authors and material in metaphysics was finally satisfied by the 5-part series of Reality Transurfing.
And then in the very next entry, I mention Disappearance of the Universe (and thus Course in Miracles which is the subject.)
I meant it… I knew that my further search into the specific metaphysical genre of “I can control my reality” type material was definitely done, however there is no contradiction in still wanting to talk about this type of “Manifesting”, and at the same time, moving onto starting ACIM (A Course in Miracles), which is really not about manifesting, but something so much more bigger and important.
Vadim Zeland, in his R.T. series, puts a particularly poignant emphasis on the subject of unconscious Guilt that many people are holding. The troubling circumstances, especially troubles that come from other people, will keep popping up in your “lifetrack”, or as Robert Scheinfeld would term: “Your hologram”. And this particular point about how our consciousness projects our outside reality hit me in a way that is more profound than any any other point that Vadim makes in his books.
When I thought up the url/name for this website, scienceofrealitycreation.com struck me as being consistent with what my favorite writers were saying, especially Seth, who said: “You Create Your Own Reality” in the beginning of Nature of Personal Reality.
Back then, around 2000, I was pretty knee-deep in this stuff, especially after reading more stuff like Neville’s books, and then Deepak’s 7 Spiritual Laws book.
I count among my favorite writers, those such as Neville Goddard, Arnold Patent, William Atkinson, and many more. There is also Bruce Lipton (Biology of Belief), and Gregg Braden. And then there’s a guy that I simply discovered from an L.A. radio station after his interview aired (Jeffrey Grupp – see a couple of entries ago)
We love to read new material, discover new angles, or hear someone new we’ve never heard before who writes about this stuff.
At what point do you stop being giddy about a new writer you found out about, ( or a new book of a current favorite writer ) and then hopefully wait for the book to arrive in the mail to tell you, really the same thing, but in a way in which you might finally hit home with you? It’s like you are wishing for the writer to use a particular combo of words that makes them sound like they’re just like you (i.e. they are someone who talks like you, and have come from a similar background or line of thinking), but they’ve “arrived”, and now they’re going to rescue you from the road you’re now on.
… Back to that point in a bit.