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#9676 06/02/04 08:08 AM
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I found a way to make this course more interesting, here goes:
When you become clear about and immersed your self into the feelings of what you want to have or be, then just ask your self this question : How did this happen? How my problem solved?....or any question that difies the evidences that you see now, but should be in the past. That's it.

Why the current situation is not what you want? it is so just to satisfy your curiousity to know how your desires have been achieved.So, always project your self into what we call the future,don't worty about any thing happening now, because it is the story being told of what have happend, You are a time traveller.

Bon voyage.






#9677 06/02/04 03:25 PM
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Pseudo-orientation in time.

Been there, done that.

(rim shot)







#9678 06/07/04 04:09 PM
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Another way to think of things - rather than projecting yourself into the future (because we never reach the future after all) you can imagine yourself being in the one moment - now. This is the only thing we really HAVE or ARE. It is the one creative moment and anything can happen in it. When you know yourself to be in it then you open up to limitless abundance and choice.

I don't offer these thoughts as a criticism - it is just that for me, personally, the idea of the future is limiting - because I don't have any power in the future - only now. If the idea of the future is empowering for you then work with it.






#9679 06/09/04 06:01 PM
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I like to talk to futures selves. Hear about things that they have to say to me. They're probable but talking to them makes them closer. Although I don't do this even on a monthly basis. Just a little now and then.






#9680 06/11/04 02:19 PM
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I actually do use something like imagining the future as well, but in a way I am imagining a future NOW. When I do it I don't see it as separate from myself - I place a center of consciousness in a future moment and it is as if that becomes what is real and relative to it I am a point in the past. Then it is like reeling in a fish to that specific NOW.

I don't know if that sounds really strange or not, but my view of time is that it is made up of an infinite pool of possible nows. I feel that this realization gives me the volition to choose; it is free will.







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