Discover The Subconscious “Source Code Secret”… If you get one thing out of this blog post, get that manifesting abundance does not have to be hard. In fact, it’s quite the opposite as you’ll soon discover.
Over the last 25 years, ever since I read “As a Man Thinketh” by James Allen, I have been a passionate student of the art, and some would say science, of Abundance. With often miraculous results.
Muhammad Ali was generally accepted as being the greatest.
But how? And what? And why?
When he met the Beatles he admitted that, in fact, THEY were the greatest.
“But he smiled and declared…
I’m DEFINITELY still the prettiest!”
You have to have a back up plan. Also, whatever your source code, your energy has to be flexible. This allows your ideas and your actions to flow like water.
“Focus on signal over noise”
Elon Musk’s answer has always been “Work Harder”.
He used to party hard too. But that appears to have all but stopped.
He says he’s now working 16 hours a day, 7 days a week and sleeping under his desk.
Is this the answer?
Business-wise… Relationships-wise… Health-wise… even spiritually-wise…
I’m VERY dubious.
It’s easy to think that working harder will get you out of troubled waters.
In the original movie of Peter Pan there’s a really special source code moment.
The grumpy old dad hears the name “Peter Pan” and something stirs in him. His eyes look upwards and start to glaze…
Some memory from long ago? For a moment he is lost. He is somewhere else entirely.
He smiles. He is deep in a meditation of happy, childhood bliss.
For one moment we get to see, or certainly to feel and sense, EXACTLY who he is.
Every so often someone in this Facebook group decides to start a post about politics.
I delete their post and tell them it’s not ok.
If they carry on, they’re removed from the group.
Because each and every one of us really does get to make our own rules.
If you want to be happy, simply choose to be happy. And declare it as a fact.
The road may be tricky at times.
Putting others needs ahead of your own isn’t always the best choice. Sometimes it is but sometimes it’s simply a demonstration of undervaluing yourself.
“Undervalue” is an energy - a frequency - a signal…
It begets low value results. Maybe try lifting your beliefs in yourself and your potential greatness. Do something amazing for yourself and for your benefit.
This would no doubt attract powerful results?
You don’t just need a “quiet eye”.
It’s critical if you want to consistently manifest BIG things in your life.
According to researchers:
“Intriguingly, quiet eye appears to be particularly important at times of stress, preventing the athlete from ‘choking’ at moments of high pressure. It may even lead to the mysterious ‘flow state”.
It basically involves an athlete or high performer being able to calm themselves and stay focused and relaxed at times of stress.
One of my teachers at school, Mrs Antolic, taught us to “Try Everything”.
It was a wonderful and eye-opening lesson at age 9.
A great message…
But not to be confused with that most damaging piece of advice:
“Be a Jack of All Trades”
“Try everything” is a actually a double pronged idea.
It’s designed to help us go wide. Search the vast landscape. Wander lonely as a cloud.
I’m often shocked at how badly people treat themselves and others. Yet are surprised when bad things happen.
When you treat a garden with care and love, it grows. (Slightly sarcastic “Well, what a surprise!”)
For instance, a friend of mine is a successful musician. He’s played concerts all over the world.
Once at an after-concert function in Thailand, the Queen appeared.
The room was filled with awe.
“Which one should I choose?”
“What should I do about it?”
“Am I in the right place. Am I on my best path?”
Yes. Great questions indeed.
So long as you realise…
At the end of the day, you’re the one who’s going to have to answer them
Of course we go around in circles.
We really do. A scientific study referenced by National Geographic has proven that it’s exactly what we do.
For instance, I’m sure Tony Robbins adores his “Dates with Destiny” and every aspect of his work.
But doesn’t even he occasionally look round the room and say “Haven’t I done this before?”
An elite basketball player scores so many times that he feels life is on constant repeat?