|04-10-2009, 03:46 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2007
For me, it's completely accepting the fact that current conditions have no bearing at all on my ability to create a different outcome. For example, If I want a newer bigger/better house, instead of just going for it, I still tend to look at my present circumstances and think of how difficult it would be to go from where I am to where I want to be, I look at my cash flow, the housing market, the difficulty of finding what I want....etc....
I know intellectually that that each moment is a 'creation' of it's own and the continuity we think is necessary is only there because of our observation of the same.
In the words of Troward:
The individual subjective mind may therefore be regarded as the organ of the Absolute in precisely the same way that the objective mind is the organ of the Relative, and it is in order to regulate our use of these two organs that it is necessary to understand what the terms "absolute" and "relative" actually mean. The absolute is that idea of a thing which contemplates it as existing in itself and not in relation to something else, that is to say, which contemplates the essence of it; and the relative is that idea of a thing which contemplates it as related to other things, that is to say as circumscribed by a certain environment. The absolute is the region of causes, and the relative is the region of conditions; and hence, if we wish to control conditions, this can only be done by our thought-power operating on the plane of the absolute, which it can do only through the medium of the subjective mind. The conscious use of the creative power of thought consists in the attainment of the power of Thinking in the Absolute, and this can only be attained by a clear conception of the interaction between our different mental functions. For this purpose the student cannot too strongly impress upon himself that subjective mind, on whatever scale, is intensely sensitive to suggestion, and as creative power works accurately to the externalization of that suggestion which is most deeply impressed upon it. If then, we would take any idea out of the realm of the relative, where it is limited and restricted by conditions imposed upon it through surrounding circumstances, and transfer it to the realm of the absolute where it is not thus limited, a right recognition of our mental constitution will enable us to do this by a clearly defined method.
|04-10-2009, 05:55 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2009
I don't usually speak in terms of intention-manifestation, but my biggest challenge with visualisation in general is to generate positive, strong emotions and connect them to what I'm visualising. Usually I'm good at figuring out what I want and how I'm going to get it, but I'm not as good at making the visualisation feel real, like I'm actually there. I've had some vivid visualizations, but usually of things that entered quite randomly into my mind, like day-dreams. I'd like to make the visualizations more vivid, and immerse myself in them on purpose.
|04-12-2009, 11:03 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
1. Deciding what I actually want.
2. Finding the time and quiet that I need, to manifest.
3. Juggling half a dozen or more intentions at any one time in my life
4. Cultivating the habit of constant awareness of my everyday thoughts & emotions
5. Becoming aware of my own limiting beliefs
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