Originally Posted by pianoperformer
Very interesting. I have a question though.
You mentioned that as you focused on a person's scarcity or neediness, more of that would manifest in your world. However, what does this mean for a counselor, or even for someone like Erin who works with a lot of people who are having trouble with some aspect of life? How can they safely help people without manifesting those problems themselves?
That is, if I understood what you were saying properly, which I may not have.
Somebody posted a link on another thread about the guy who practiced Ho'oponopono on a mental hospital - he only saw the patients to observe the results of his meditations which were basically "I'm sorry. I love you. Pleas forgive me. Thank you". It's here I think: 100% Responsibility and the Promise of a Hot Fudge Sundae: An Interview with Ihaleakala Hew Len
So for any counsellor or teacher, the interaction with client or pupil is really only about seeing what you are manifesting so that you have feedback to see how well you are doing in "meditative attraction". So I guess if a counsellors general clientele involves helping people move from anger to (the softer) frustration and hopefully further, they would be hoping to attract the experience of most clientele being in, say, frustration and bringing them to optimism or hope... Until you are the counsellor taking the spiritual cream of humanity from "joy" to "ecstatic oneness".. The words are limiting, but the scale is surely infinite.... It call always get better. (-:
Just my point of view. Not too well put... (-: