|07-10-2009, 02:58 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2009
This is purely theoretical, although I believe the basis is sound and I may have been unawarely applying it in the past. This is also of interest to me because of my darkworking focus.
Most of my intention manifestation has been either love or fear-based(the latter to my detriment), and I believe its because the universe works a bit like a flock of sheep, each of them representing opportunities.
Usually they scatter pretty evenly on the field of life, so if you had completely no focused intentions, the chance of running into one is random. I doubt any conscious being lacks any intentions, but that would how someone would encounter opportunities without any thrust or desires whatsoever.
When you use love-based energies to manifest intention, you act the role of the shepherd. By going to a certain part of the field, say, 1972 GT Mustang, you present yourself to the opportunities as something that will offer them love and appreciation. Opportunities will flock to you and try to present themselves at your desire, so you can continue to love, pet and feed them(and yourself and the universe, since All is One).
When using hate-based energies, however, one assumes the opposite role. One is no longer the shepherd but the sheepdog. You manifest an intention that you DO NOT want to happen, say, your enemy getting a promotion at work. Then the intense focus of hate hurts and pains the opportunities for him, and like a sheepdog, you drive them away to panic and scatter into any other direction.
The downside of using hate-based manifestation(or is it anti-manifestation) is that its essentially insanely inaccurate. You might be taking away opportunities for one particular manifestation, but you're simply driving the energies elsewhere. Your foe may have lost economic success, but gains in spiritual or romantic success. You can't destroy opportunities, just scatter them around to somewhere else.
My one past experience seemed to show that it could work - I wanted someone to be ardently disbelieved and was in almost perpetual fury at him, and particularly at one particular manifestation of his belief. Then I 'gave up' and let my subconscious work on it.
Accordingly, the universe cooperated. He was not believed at all, regardless of any evidence he brought up.
Is this logical? Has anyone had any thoughts or experiences with this?
PS: Fear-based energies are probably the worst in existence for yourself, though quite powerful. If you fear something, it draws the opportunity sheep to you just the same, but instead of letting you pet them and feed them, they just eat you. Succumbing to fear is an incredibly effective way to manifest failure and defeat.
Last edited by Willworker; 07-10-2009 at 03:04 PM.
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