She always gave such amazing advice and contributed a lot to the old sub. She abruptly deleted her account around last summer and nobody knows why. Hopefully she'll come back again. And before you read on, keep in mind that this whole pm thread takes place over the span of a few months. Subject: Quick question
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Now that I did that Mirror Method a couple days ago, do I continue to try to let go of this reality and perceive the new one or do I just completely forget that I did and let it come to me? I know you said that time doesn't exist but for some reason I have a feeling that "I need to hurry up".
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Whatever bursts of energy you feel or sensations of quickening, roll with it as in let your world unravel in its own way but focus on that ideal and not the reality. You have one foot in the old and one in the new. The operative word is "try" which sometimes can be a resistance. See and be in your world as it is desired. See nothing else except that.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I have been feeling some strange sensations actually. Alright, I think I got it. Thank you
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago How's the shifting?
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Unfortunately nothing still. I've been trying to forget thinking that it's a part of the process.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago In your mind, see your idealized self/reflection and walk through that reflection.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Alright, I'll do that right now. If I don't reply to you in the morning, I guess that means it worked
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Nope. Alright, I think I know what the problem is.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago What?
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I think it has to do with my OCD. I keep on having these intrusive thoughts: if I can manifest anything just with a single thought, if I think of bad things those will also come true. So just about everything is making me afraid. One day I watched a horror movie and I'm still worried that somehow the killer could manifest. So I've just been afraid to "let go" because I could manifest one of my crazy thoughts.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago lol I've been there. I don't mean to laugh but actually resisting it is still a thought. Fearing it and saying "ok I won't think about it," is thinking about it. Approach the murderers and killers face to face. Then laugh in their faces. Give them your arm, let the chop it off and laugh. It's like a dream of falling. Right before impact, you wake up. I've pushed myself to impacting and I just wake up somewhere else in another dream. When you address the negative thoughts and walk right up to them and say, " I know you're not fucking real." They will run and backpedal because the thoughts and images in your mind know you've realized your power and are terrified of the machinations of your newfound power and it's ability to desecrate them. There's no negative--just your interpretation of it being so. It helps to balance your perception out. "As I walk through the valleys of shadow of death, I fear no evil for thou art with me." Death is a SHADOW. Like the reflections of branches of trees on your wall at night that look like monsters, they're illusions. "Thou" is the God within you that creates and commands all simply with thought. You can slay with a single thought. Close your eyes and see it.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago this is a good reminder to play in your background when in doubt. a lot of his lectures are very good refreshers and very visceral in some of them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snGqjl38vVI
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Nothing can ever beat good Old Neville. Thank you once again. I'll let this sink in for a while.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Another thing is that there's so many problems to fix that it's overwhelming. I'm trying to do damage control while at the same time there's problems that are coming my way. I know this is an illusion, but at the same time I'm still going to face consequences if I can't jump. You think jumping for a clear mind will work or something?
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago You're thinking in conditionals before x, I must do/think y and thereby because I have all these steps to do on a mental plane, I'm never gonna get there because I'm blocking myself. *No. You're looking down a tunnel. From the point here • is you in this dimension and you see the dimension you desire. But you're looking at all the spaces and things and webs you have to crawl through (your mind, your blocks, etc) and you think you can't make it. The tunnel in your mind: Now •==============• Dimension B How you should try to think of it is: Compression. Bypass all those steps to where Now just melts into B. Now •|• B By acknowledging your blocks and illusions and not walking by and through them, you're creating more of them because you're so focused on the process. You're at the sliding doors of B but you're focused on if the mechanics of the door and your bodily matter and your speed will allow you to get through the door, and you're freaking out cause you don't want to lose your body and what if passing through the door steals your soul or what if you walk through and the door refuses to open, etc... when all you have to do is just walk through. Forget right here with every fiber of your being. And keep walking through and trust that you've made it. You're already there honestly.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Haha, you don't even know how much that example sounds like me. Thank you.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago I've been you. Happy to help.🙏
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Hey, I've been taking some time for myself to figure things out. But I figured out that my life is pretty much an interconnected web of shit. There's no way I'm going to be able to fix every detail with "smaller" jumps and have to wait weeks to months for that one thing because that would take years. Do you think that it would be a better idea to just go for a "big" jump for a better life? I know it sounds vague, but I'm thinking of keeping some key things in mind that's making my life worse and just jumping to a reality where it doesn't effect me. I understand you've been really successful in making your life better through DJ, so what do you think of this?
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago It's an interconnection of what you are trying to believe as true and what you've cemented as true. It comes off looking like shit because it's nonsensical to your ultimate intent and goal. Right now, it seems, you're trying to unravel knots within tangled cords and wires and the more you try to jump, it appears, you make new knots for yourself perhaps? I have found that big jumps, like manifesting events, are always ideal next to the smaller ones for some people, but with that, you must accept that the smaller things will come as they may. Fixating on the smaller things become moot when you see the results of the larger jumps and how they alter and oftentimes fix the smaller jumps you thought mattered so much. When you make the big jump, you have to abandon yourself "here" and completely merge, mentally and emotionally with yourself in desired space. If you've ever smoked weed or even a cigarette, that lightness and just floating sensation is similar to how you make it feel. You let go entirely of HOW it will turn out, you just go there. "Operating at high tension, an imaginal act is an immediate objective fact. Key it low, an imaginal act is realized in a time process." Hold the vibration of that desire.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Thank you. So you're saying to make the jump, hold the vibration, and to not focus on the smaller problems?
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Live in the outcome of the jump. You're fast forwarding through the scenes you are in now to THE END of this play. The smaller stuff you're getting hooked on are props and lines within the acts of your play. The little stuff that you're focused on is creating conditionals. You need B to get to C. No you don't. Just get to Z. Zoom through it. The letters in between don't matter.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Here's an example, if I am jumping right now to a space where a former partner pays me, the scene is this: We are sitting across from one another, and he apologize profusely for the delay. I hear and see the words, "Cheech, I'm so sorry for everything and this is long overdue," with sorrow at his misdeed but relief at having the opportunity to finally right the indiscretion. He has salt and pepper hair, and a white shirt on. He's a bit sweaty because he's nervous and he gets sweaty quite often. There's a knack of defiance because he knew that I doubted him but he's proud of himself to prove everyone wrong. The vibrations of his words coming from his lips tickle my ear a bit, as he reveals the certified check of seven-digits. "Cheech, check your email as well" he haughtily utters, "I've added a little more for you through bitcoin." I look at him without saying a word and take out my phone, and check my email. Surely enough Coinbase has informed me that I have BTC in my account, the value also in seven digits. I look back at him as he doesn't break his fixed gaze on me, observing my facial movements so as to gauge my reaction. I feel goosebumps because the moment is surreal but one that I had always known was inevitable. I am overcome with gratitude but I conceal it well with a balanced composure. With my legs crossed, and my hands cupped together, placed gently on my lap, I look at him directly in the eyes and say "Thank you Scott." I feel the wooden seat beneath me, the darkened dining hall we are in and the sun beaming in from the periphery windows. The weight of worry, anger, resentment, hatred, fear instantly evaporate from my entire being and I am overcome with absolute relief, happiness and an unbounded feeling of being limitless. I'm almost dizzy with excitement and elation. I tell him thank you again and apologize for the acrimony and vitriol we spewed at each other over the years, "You're still picking up the bill," I respond with coy snark. He laughs and I proceed to order and Irish coffee as he smiles. I've decided to loosen up a bit. Get all the way into the scene you desire to live and feel. And then replay it over and over, feel EVERY element.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Well, I was thinking of a past altering jump rather than a manifestation, but I'm sure it can apply to both. On the other hand though, after all these months, I realized that I don't have to change the past to achieve my main goal. I just have to let go of the past. I appreciate the advice and the example, I know the perfect thing to use this on.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Actually, could I jump to have never met somebody?
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Addressing your last question in this one as well. Because the past is a major source of inspiration for you, REVISE the pivotal choice or choices you made. Like editing a film, insert yourself into that space and time and play it out visually how you would have wanted it to go and feel it with every orifice of your body. This will not only help you let it go but override the sentiments that have been lingering in regards to what you wished happened. Feeling it, walking through it and speaking the words you would have liked to speak actually brings out some gnarly results if you can make it real in your sentient experience. Re: your question, "Actually, could I jump to have never met somebody?" Yes but if you hold any negative emotion towards them, it's harder. Go back to the space where you met them, and meet someone else in that space, OR go to where you met them and rejected the encounter (mentally and verbally, cutting the convo short, leaving a party, etc) and carried on with your day. Take an entirely new trajectory.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Like the "cutting shears of revision" story by Neville? I never really thought of trying it on something bigger like to this, awesome. Sorry for the all over the place questions, by the way. I've just been really confused lately. Like I've studied all of this stuff for months, I've talked with George himself, read almost every post, done tons of reading, but when it comes to actually applying the knowledge to improve my life, my brain just goes dead. It's crazy.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Yes, pruning your garden is one way to look at it. Neville's way it quite good cause it enables you to undo what looks finale. There's no finality in your world, just revisions. This is a good one by him: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YccI-t1yojk
No worries about feeling scattered. It's normal. You just have to compress all the things that seem pressing, impossible and just overwhelming. You have the mute button. Studying is one thing, but the application can be the trickiest. I do a full system wipe for myself to get to my goal. It autocompletes based on the elements you seek most. But nothing you truly want or love ever leaves, so hold no fear of that. But I feel like you need a complete reset but that you trust can be so.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Mute button? And what do you mean by complete reset?
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Project your life on a screen right now. What do you see? Mute it and just watch everything pass--all that you love, hate, that which leaves you indifferent. What would you change? My hunch is a lot. In your case, if you could shut the television off and tune to a different channel that's your life, which elements would you keep? What does the background of the show within the channel look like? Mute the elements you're done with and focus on that the few you would keep. Paint the new scene.
[–]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Hmm, that's interesting. Just go over my whole entire life like that?
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago No. Your life right now.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Alright, from there I just keep that frequency?
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Yes
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Thank you, I'll update you.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Well, I've basically dreamed out the perfect life I wish I had experienced the past couple years. Would it help to put a label on it and/or jump for it?
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Follow your intuition but whatever helps you attach to that image and feel the experience, you should but after the process, let it go.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Alright, appreciate it!
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I said I'd up update you. So a couple days ago I decided to do the two cups on my desired past/present after mastering letting go. I haven't seen any changes yet, but my manifesting skills have improved tons. Everything I manifest comes true almost instantly, which is awesome. Still waiting on the main jump though.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago It's amazing isn't it? I've actually been inundated with messages but I always look out for my regulars like you and it's actually dope to hear some of you are keeping with it. Hindsight is 20/20 and you'll soon hit a point where you'll get why you had blocks. Your major jump will work seamlessly and as you practice with the smaller stuff, you'll find you slipped into the major one without realizing it.
Remember, every perceived block is just a call to keep pushing. The instantaneity will be your norm. And it's endlessly reassuring. You'll also be teaching this to others with great ease.
No matter what, even if you're encircled by fire, your mind is your magic wand.
Keep me posted.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I sort of understand why I have the blocks, it just kind of sucks right now. And it's funny what you said about the fire, because I still don't feel like I can rely on it. The main thing I jumped for seemed to have gotten worse somehow about two days ago and I felt really helpless. It got pretty bad to the point where I thought that I'd rather die than have the jump not work, and the moment I thought that (I know this sounds crazy) it's like my heart threatened to stop itself. Sort of like that experience I told you about way back. I just find it weird that I'd be able to manifest my death instantly, but not a better way out.
Will definitely do.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago You're able to manifest death instantly because it was a fact you were so certain of--death was better than non-completion of the jump, and you let go without hesitation because you had a deep certitude. See how it works? Take that certainty you felt so deeply that your heart gave you that actual option of stopping right then and there and transmute that feeling into the jump. Remember that certainty and what you did when presented with it. Use that sensation and sudden surge to cross seamlessly into your desired state/dimension.
Sometimes it has to get bad before it gets better and then from there you truly do rocket through so many layers. You just have to build that momentum, which it seems like you're really doing now.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago BTW, you'll never die. You're immortal. You'll just keep coming back until you "get it" or master that you're always in control in every single aspect of your beingness.
But the way you stated that you'd rather die and that was an absolute fact to you, your heart threatened to stop. Use that concept of "it's a fact that I'd rather die" and replace it with, "It's a fact that I am _____________" [say the place, person, thing, state, sensation you seek]. MIMIC that feeling of it being an absolute, uncontested certainty that you feel and know in every part of your heart and soul.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Would I come back as a different body though? It'd really suck to lose all the progress I've made so far and not remember.
And does it help to be emotional about it? Because I was on the verge of tears while thinking that.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago If you're emotional about it, then don't dabble with it. You're attached to the body and the concept of yourself still in this body. Ideally, you'd phase into a specific spot in the loop of your existence and replay the part you'd like, oftentimes not even remembering you died. It takes great detachment from the concept of your body, great control and trust in yourself to navigate it.
Work through the grief and fear. Ask yourself why you feel this way and recognize all the constructs you have that's causing you to feel this way are illusions.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago So like "The Discovery"? And sorry for the wait. I actually had an asthma attack and had to go to the hospital, ironically.
And I'll try my best to investigate, I'll tell you what I find.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Very similar to the Discovery. The only reason he was able to see all the times he died was because he made the conscious decision to go there by entering his father's machine. After rejecting it for years, he said fuck it after Ayla died. And through that free will of choice and choosing to explore "death," he was able to see an entirely different perspective of what it really means.
So you're exploring it and even your asthma attack is an extension of that too--you're on the precipice of leaping/you already have leaped and the fear of the unknown biologically grips you. It's a normal reaction because we've all been conditioned to fear death. Humans are leveling up right now but the growing pains are difficult for many.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I mean, I don't think I fear death that much, I just don't like the pain that usually comes with it. I've almost died a couple times, but the last time I was hospitalized for asthma, and I was so close to dying. I mean, I just couldn't breathe. Imagine breathing through a coffee stirrer for hours straight and it even hurting while doing so. It was a very scary experience.
But as for what's keeping me from jumping, I'm clueless. I don't know if I told you why I'm jumping, but my life is a mess: I've always been a good kid, thinking of the consequences to actions and whatnot, I dunno what happened. About two years ago I started spending so much time on Reddit and not making good choices, I met some bad people, I sexted (even though I was underaged), and spent so much time that my school average took a dive, and I barely talked to my family anymore. My mom took my phone and pretty much made my life hell for about a year, and still doesn't see me the same (nobody does, really). I never had much of a good family anyway, now that's down the drain, I've been doing better in school, but I don't think I can get back to where I was, my social life is shit (my mom is to blame here), and I forgot to add I've actually been catfished and emotionally abused here that still kinda hurts to think about.
My jump will basically be an alternate reality where none of those things ever happened. Although, I don't know what's stopping me. I realize these are just experiences and I can choose a different one if I desired. And I realize I'm the sole creater of this reality (well, me-as-awareness), and I've even manifested people to straight up tell me that they're not real. I understand I have to be patient, I just don't get what's taking so long.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago So you have to revamp the way the you think. Key phrases, "I don't like the pain that usually comes with it?"
Says who? Who says there's pain? How do you know there's pain? Have you died yet? You have preconceived notions about death already that cement you in that space. You haven't reclaimed your mind. Death is anything you'd like it to be. Whatever you expect is EXACTLY what it will be, so start at the root of it and change the way you think or what you expect. Believe you can or you can't, you're right either way. Death for me is a jump, a shift, or worse, a fucking loop back into the same space where I know intuitively I have to choose differently.
When you catch yourself panicking and being engulfed in fear that this is it, stop yourself, stop time and remind yourself this isn't real. I've choked several times, twice in front of people and stopped them from pumping me and just pumped myself till the lodged food and pill came out.
"But as for jumping, I'm clueless."
You're not clueless. You're just bound by limited thoughts and experiences and the eagerness to get out leaves your energy centered in the rejection of the current state rather than the insertion and immersion into the desired state. They both have the same power but the attention to which you pay to either is the one that decides. If you can manage to literally ignore your entire world now and remember it as a dream, you can shift the ENTIRE image rather than the little things that you believe need fixing--from the drama with your mom, your friends, being catfished, etc. You need a complete override where your entire setting changes. How old are you? You literally have to let every single facet of that go.
Read the book, "There are no others" on Amazon. It's 37 pages. It's quick but a solid reminder that if there are no others, then this is ALL you.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Funny, because Egyptians actually believed that about death. I'm not so sure what's bad about knowing you died though. You describe it like going respawning back at your last checkpoint like a game, right? But you're right, there's nothing that I should fear.
And you mean let go of everything including my age, or you were legitimately asking?
I'll check out the book though.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago There's nothing bad about knowing you died but coming back to a checkpoint you want to surpass or transcend could be like where you are now... can feel like Groundhog Day. You keep looping and any choice you make, shift you take keeps you in the same repetitive cycle and you don't know which is the beginning nor the end or even how you got there.
Do you know that you're at a checkpoint you keep repeating? Death just keeps bringing you back until you choose differently...or in my case...I didn't choose at all.
Pay attention. "Déjà vu" is a hint you've been there before and there's been a shift. Always do the opposite of what you'd normally do and if caught in the binary...do nothing. Let go. That's the best way to crack the illusion.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Ah, I understand now. So how do you avoid it?
And about what you previously said. It's hard to not focus on my undesired reality since it's always in my face. I try my best to just avoid it, and not pay attention when bad experiences arise, but lately I find myself just stuck in exactly what I'm trying to avoid.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Self-abandonment. I never get attached to the space I'm in or the reality I'm in unless I want to. I see myself as a floating being who can shift from any moment to the other--that allows me to let go. Whatever is in my face can easily be effaced and erased. And upon starting that, it is.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Ironically, the person who catfished me messaged me right before you did and deleted the account. Talk about burning fire, eh? I haven't heard anything about them since February and I've been praying it stayed that way.
So should I get away from Reddit and stop talking to people for some time? I felt like I've been meditating all night on the new reality, should I continue that as well?
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago So what you're witnessing is manifestations happening immediately. Having spoken about the catfisher yesterday in your messages to me and probably having a visceral conscious or subconscious reaction/remembering that trauma literally manifested their phantom back into your mindspace and now your "live" space.
You met them on reddit?
I've actually been contemplating holding a meditation/visualization session for a few of my regulars where we meditate in tandem--not on the same thing but knowing you have a partner who is co-creating with you even if it isn't about the same thing I have found to be very helpful. Yes, ideally if you can isolate yourself for a prolonged period of time, even for a day, renders amazing results because it's focused and then you let go with ease because you've experienced it for a very long period of time.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago That sounds about correct, and yes I did meet them here. Surprisingly there's a dark side of Reddit.
And I like the sound of that, I've thought about that idea before. I'll also try to isolate myself again sometime soon.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Reddit can be a shithole of dark people eager to spread their own misery and unhappiness but it forces one to also check one's inner voices and doubts because this a perfect spectrum for that. It's a literal mirror for me.
A day of isolation and visualization can render unbelievable results honestly. I do it remotely with people. It can be super trippy.
I'm gonna ask you a question. Don't think about it. Just answer the first thing that comes to your mind after I've posed it.
What color pops into your head right now?
Don't think. Just answer. Don't change the color you see and feel. Just answe.
What color do you see? Feel? Read across your eyes?
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Well fuck, if that's the case I guess there's a lot I need to change about myself.
But as for the isolation, I'll definitely try that this weekend. I'll be leaving for this summer as well, so there's that.
I'm gonna go with teal...?
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago No, just catch and pass through the things you think. Deal with it as it comes rather than trying to revamp your entire self. Just watch your thoughts and pay attention to how it's reflected in your external world.
Isolation is invaluable, but also know that it's normal to get distracted midway, want to move around or completely "take a break," or not do it at all. The way you can watch TV with your eyes, watch the TV of your life and visualizations in your mind. Live it, feel it, immerse yourself in it until you have no desire to change the channel because it is real and self-directed
The color was green. Very close. I sometimes pulse images, words and thoughts to people I chat with on here, just to see how open they are.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I suppose you are right, it's a direct reflection of my thoughts. But again, it just continues to rise in my experience, which I don't want. I'm still working on a detachment.
I definitely will do this. When should we try the meditation?
That's interesting, does it work often?
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Just reading this. We can try whenever you want, but key things have to be defined for you so I know best how to form it and phrase it so you hold that image and intent firmly in your mind.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Oops, just read this as well. I guess I could do it on Monday, I need a day to figure things out.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Well, that day for myself was nice. I think I've got the idea in my head of the reality I want to experience. I went over some particularly bad situations and played new memories over them and I now have an overall idea of how I feel in my desired reality. Another thing I've been trying to get the hang of is the idea that that reality does exist and that I can experience it, because for the most part it feels like fiction.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Another thing I've been trying to get the hang of is the idea that that reality does exist and that I can experience it, because for the most part it feels like fiction
It feels like fiction because in this point in time, we are stuck in a temporal loop. I woke up this morning and discovered something that I had effaced weeks ago, intentionally and clearly. It reemerged again, exactly in the same spot of a picture reel I had. So you're not going crazy but there is an entanglement of sorts taking place. I am one of the clearest jumpers I know and there have been many alterations to the collective timeline of humanity IF you abide by their matrix. I slip in out of theirs and mine. This is why I always say manipulate time or yourself.
But the feeling that it's fiction isn't false. You went from asleep to awake and the whole point of this matrix is to keep you asleep. Keep pushing and altering. But this morning was definitely a wake-up call for me.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Well, I decided to do the two cups yesterday. From "problematic" - "escape" because honestly, that's what I need right now. I conjured a really good image after doing that TV exercise, which is really hard for me and just did the ritual. I'm really hoping it works this time because I've done this countless times with no effects. It might be the lack of faith, I don't know. I just want this so bad, and the thought of not being able to escape my shitty situation is something I fear.
Something different I'm doing though is getting back into LoA. I honestly abandoned it for a while once I found out about DJ. I need to work on the long term after I do my jump. Because for months I've been thinking "I need to jump to this alternate reality if I want to continue with my life" and all I've been thinking about since February (sorry for changing the topic, but holy shit February was never spelled that way for me... That's crazy) is this one jump. This is a big time in my life as well, I'm graduating soon and I need to think about my future. But I've just been here only thinking about this barrier and how I can jump to get past it, that can't be healthy.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago LOA and Dimensional jumping are the same. LOA is compartmentalized frequently. DJ is world shifting.
Your future is your NOW. The more you think of the barrier, the more you cement it. Observation/thought is creative so you're just creating it more. Remember what your energy is.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago It's been working, and I've learned tons more about reality since a last spoke. Everything I've learned has sort of finally clicked after I watched this video
over and over again.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago This is some of the best news I've heard. You made my day.
I've watched this video. It's amazing. I feel like we've talked about this before, no?
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Haha, glad to hear it.
Yeah, but I found that every time I watched it, I got something new out of it. Such as allowing my barriers to work to my favor.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Welcome to the club.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Yeah, my life has been improving tremendously so far. Instantaneous manifestations. Nothing on the main situation yet, but hopefully soon.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago I've been watching the universal line and the recent 3 minute video on money manifestations. The definition changes every time I view it.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Nice to hear from you. Yeah, I saw that video as well. If I forget something, I watch that to refresh the info. I wasn't kidding about finding something new every time. Hope you had a great July 4th!
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Hey, do you have any advice on manifesting faster? I remember what you said about redefining time and that it should be like a projector, but I might be struggling with that.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Letting go. Set it and forget it. I wish I had better or more visceral advice other than setting and trusting the process with every iota and fiber of your being like you trust that air fills your lungs.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Thank you. I'm going to be taking a break from Reddit for a few weeks, so hopefully that will make the process a bit easier.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Just had another redditor message me about the negativity and denial of the jumps on the board too. I told her it's nothing that should discourage her rather its people still trying to find their stamina but also who are also unwilling to do the mental work to push through blocks and seek to inundate the board with their negativity.
If this is your experience too, remember this is your subconscious testing you. Watch it, read it and e lad that mindset isn't you. Walk right through it, wish them well and keep remembering all those times you manifested with amazing ease.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I sort of needed to hear that, thank you. I'm trying to have complete faith in my jump, but I've never really been good in having faith in anything so it's been tough. A few days ago I felt like giving up completely, but I pushed trough that. I keep on feeling that by having any sort of doubt, it gets rid of all the progress I put in, that's something they teach a lot in the occult that stuck with me.
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago It doesn't get rid of it but it interferes with the smoothness of the manifestation and delays it but it's a normal process and expected. Usually when it all seems to be going south, it's a sign it's going north.
The lull phase is worse than anything. Purgatory is the true he'll. But keep pushing. 🙏
Even when you do give up, you never forget what you know so you always come back and the progress isn't undone. You're the teacher and the student at once.
The paradox of life. You always decide.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Funny thing, I'm reading the second book of the Divine Comedy, "Purgatorio." I really appreciate your advice!
[-]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Synchronicities abound today. We all mirrors of each other.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Yeah, I can really see that. And I'm not sure where these messages fit in the convo, Reddit always messes up and puts stuff in the bottom for some reason
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago Well, I probably won't be on here for a few days, and see where the isolation and my intuition takes me. But when you told me to "think bigger" and not jump specifically for the smaller problems, that struck a chord with me. Now I guess I'm back to square one again, figuring out what to jump for. Sorry for being a mess, I can't imagine anyone has taken this long to jump. I'll update you soon.
[–]from [deleted] sent 1 year ago Think bigger in that the possibilities and ways in which it could manifest. If you're stuck on it happening a certain way, you're limiting the endless possibilities in which it could happen.
Say I want seaweed. By stating it, I don't care how it manifests in my lap instantly, I just know it just does. A couple minutes later I may get some random cash and suddenly while I'm at the market, I pick some up or a neighbor I run into while throwing my trash out says, "hey I have some extra seaweed. Want it?"
For instance, I want to date one particular guy I met on Friday. I've stated it to the universe that Dmitry from my cobbler's shop is my boyfriend here and now. I don't worry how the particularities align for us to reconvene or meet again, but without much thought/focus/attention it will manifest.
Forget the how. Just let it happen.
[-]to [deleted] sent 1 year ago I'm not having a problem with that, because I can't imagine I could be picky in my situation. I'd probably just wake up and find myself in a different reality. I guess my issue is believing my past can be changed. It's a really deep thought that I cannot. I've made really bad mistakes and I'm still living with those consequences. It's hard to imagine an alternate reality where they don't exist. But I'm organizing my thoughts now so I can do that TV exercise you explained, so here goes.
"Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful". Warren Buffet warned us about human psychology driving markets. Isn't it hard to turn some of your profits into cash when Bitcoin keeps rising to all time highs? Aren't you afraid to miss out if you sell some of your precious coins right now? Of course! You are wired that way. It's all psychology. submitted by
Now don't get me wrong, this is not a sell advise. I'm in Bitcoin myself and I completely agree on the potential of Bitcoin and the bankruptcy of fiat currency. Bitcoin price might keep blasting up to heaven the upcoming months. But in the extreme financial turbulence we live in today, where central banks are printing money like crazy, do pay attention that bubbles might come into existence anywhere. Cryptocoin total market cap grew exponentially. Now you probably will say something like: "Yes, but everyone is realizing the potential of Bitcoin." Ofcourse! but do stay wary. You might be trying to rationalize your risky behaviour, telling yourself that its price will keep on going higher and higher without limit. It's common human psychology. It's what happened just before the dot com bubble started to burst.
I know you don't want me to say these things while you're high on dopamine. It's like you're on the dance floor in the club in a great atmosphere when your friends ask you to join them to go home. Now I'm a bit different. I want you to keep on dancing. I'm just telling you not to drink TOO much.
All I'm saying is: try to stay sane in markets like these. Would you be willing to loose a large portion of your profits? Or would you rather cash in some of your profits and use those to balance your wealth and spread it over several assets? The last few months lots of portfolios saw a growing dominance of net worth in cryptocurrency. Enjoy these heights, spread your chances a bit while you are earning bigtime. Just don't fall too fast. Happy trading!
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