|09-02-2008, 01:43 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
I'm sure you know that feeling: You're reading or thinking about IM/LoA and other similar things when you realize you really do have the power to change things in your life in any way.
There's this 'click' in your head. A refreshing/exciting feeling. You see all the things you have done and what you can do. At first it's overwhelming as you realize you can do so many things, then it starts to focus into aspects of your life (wealth, family, etc.)
Then, sometimes, you lose it.
I'm at that 'click' phase again. I have been at it so many times and lost it just as many. The click phase must be similar to the feeling of being motivated, only to get caught up in patterns.
I know I'd like to change things but how does one break it down?
Should I write out everything that 'clicks'? What about a visualization board or movie? Maybe even write a story about the person called Zwynd who lives this ideal life?
Or all of it? Which one to start?
Perhaps I will do them all, and go with the easiest first to help build motivation. I now realize that not only should the mind/spiritual be worked on for manifestation but all aspects of physical reality must be focused upon; sight, sound, smell, touch, taste.
I might detail this better a bit later on. I think I'm onto something. For now though...
What are the first things you do when that something 'clicks'?
|09-02-2008, 01:53 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
The great thing is you don't "do" anything at all. When it "clicks", everything falls into place and you just sort of happily float throughout your day, accomplishing twice as much with twice the joy.
It's only when it's "un-clicked" that we try to understand that feeling of awareness with our conscious minds. Sometimes remembering how good we felt before can work.
I would ask the question, when it clicked before, what were you doing? Can you remember the types of thoughts you were having that led to that?
|09-02-2008, 02:08 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
It was NOTHING outside of me. Man, that made another click. (haha)
Sort of the difference between meditating and in that Zen moment and thinking about how you have to meditate and recalling that you were peaceful (but not feeling it.)
To put it bluntly (and in Ad&d terms), after my illness some years ago I ended up having about an 8 charisma. This week, even without props (eg, fancy clothing) I feel I look like a 12. That's slightly above the average person. My aim is to hit 15 or 16 within a couple years without any huge props.
I think that the focus on my appearance led to my focus on my diet (it's fine, need more water and fruit though) which lead to my focus on my sleep cycle (need moaR!)...which just lead the feeling that I need to focus on ME as a whole.
I was browsing through these forums and other pages throughout the web, looking at IM/LoA and thinking about how smiling in itself can change my stress level, improve my appearance, and help me connect with people more.
(It carries on and on, really.)
Then the click, I think, came because I really consciously realized that techniques are handy to know but if I'm going to change things then I just have to live it now. Here.
And I also realized that I was already doing that this week. Just the working on my physical appearance (even just thinking about it) already made a drastic difference.
So that, it can be done, but much of it already was being done. I just have to know what I want. Then it flows.
This leads me to think that...
The visualization boards/movies, etc are not the key to triggering these events to happen. They are already happening and the tools are just there to help me fine tune as I flow along.
|09-02-2008, 02:13 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2008
good thread topic..
This happens to me all the time too. It seems to be working so well sometimes, and everything is just awesome, but then somehow it just seems to stop and things go bland for a while...
I do find that each time it stops, the bland period is shortened, though.
|09-02-2008, 03:18 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: New York
I write it down somewhere.
It's easy to forget if you just expect it to stay with you and never refer to it again.
|09-02-2008, 08:28 PM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2008
I'm glad you've found insight into your situation and I hope you don't ever forget what you wish to remember. =)
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