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#16:  Author: Chris01 PostPosted: Thu 15 May, 2008
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Ok, here's an exercise that helped me...

Step 1:
Write a list of priorities in a notebook,
number one being the top priority.
Now, change your list every day, adding or removing
(perhaps changing details) things from your list.
And read your list three times a day, morning, noon and evening.

Step 2:
Actually think about the stuff from your list every day, in a way
i mentioned before. Which means thinking of the end result.

Step 3:
Don't talk about your list to anybody except your Inner self.

Over time, you'll notice that you removed some things because
they're not so important like you initially thought. And that's a good sign.
You need to make your goal as precise as possible. If you want money state
how much, if you want a car state what type and what color...
(material goods are the easiest examples for me to write with my knowledge of English, that's why I'm using mostly these examples)

Another thing, when thinking, imagining and visualizing these things make it as
vivid as you can and stating that you are having/using/enjoying those things now.
And be sure that you state that you want it for the highest good of all people
included in the process of manifesting that goal.
(because you wouldn't like having a piano land on top of your head and then getting the money you put on the top of your list from your insurance, now would you? tounge2 )

EDIT: Hey Eyelids, I notice that you understand quite a lot of LoA from your other posts, but I have a feeling that you're not actually using it or dislike it for some reason. Why is that?

#17:  Author: Presence of Light PostPosted: Thu 15 May, 2008
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I'm currently the kind of person that has tons of intellectual knowledge but it does him no good, as if storing up his treasures in Earth, rather than Heaven

I know a lot about it, and I haven't really seen it work miracles just yet, so, this is why I write this way.

#18:  Author: Chris01 PostPosted: Thu 15 May, 2008
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Aah, now I get it. In theory you understand it completely, but the practical side is what's sort of bugging you. I had a period a while back when I grasped a whole lot of knowledge without the slightest idea how to use it... Now it seems to be unfolding a bit... But it's hard... Changing the way you think, talk, act and believe. Spiritual growth is hard work. Mainly because you were taught to do it the opposite way your whole life. Hope you use your knowledge to your advantage soon..

#19:  Author: user01x PostPosted: Thu 15 May, 2008
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#20:  Author: Presence of Light PostPosted: Thu 15 May, 2008
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so you are saying, only ask once ?

there seems to be a schism on this, some say to ask as much as you can, some say to only ask once.

#21:  Author: kTFox PostPosted: Fri 16 May, 2008
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I'm just going to post a link to Michael Losier's YouTube channel that answers questions about the Law of Attraction. I watched a few of the videos and they're pretty good. Click Here.

#22:  Author: Chris01 PostPosted: Fri 16 May, 2008
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That's interesting cresun, I never thought about it that way.
It seems like a great idea to simply raise your vibration with
that one thought and not think about it anymore...
But I seriously lack the mental discipline in this period of my
life, so I wouldn't be able to not think of another thought that
may send doubt... I'll stick to intentionally thinking about it all
the time mustering all the positive energy I can. One day when
my mind will be quiet enough I'll try this.

Thanks for making me think smile

#23:  Author: Presence of Light PostPosted: Fri 16 May, 2008
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it is very easy to just think one thought

it should take no more than 10 minutes if you just sat and thought it, and let everything else go

"I am happy"

then you let it go, but don't forget it. if you forget it then you think it again. the other thoughts don't matter and are far more transient than the thought we are keeping afloat with our memory.

#24:  Author: Chris01 PostPosted: Fri 16 May, 2008
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I know, but for example you think "I am happy" then at one point
of the day comes one that says "...for now."

Then follows "Tomorrow i might not be." and I reinforce the
"I am happy" thought so it overpowers the bad ones.

I can, with some effort, control the
"louder" surface thought but when I practiced shutting up my
conscious mind I've found out that there are more subtle
surface thoughts that you don't notice if you don't look that deep.

And those are the ones I'm now (due to the practice) more aware of and
that irritate me because you need some more effort to shut those
up, or at least learn to ignore. And that's the level I'm yet to reach.

#25:  Author: Presence of Light PostPosted: Fri 16 May, 2008
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me too!

its tricky isn't it ?

its best to not have any thoughts at all!

unless you want to have them.

the best way for that is to just stare at the floor it seems like

or count 1,2,3,4,5,... etc
and each time a thought comes, you start over

then the trick is "which thoughts count as thoughts" if i am aware of a memory, should i start the counting over ? usually when they start to become subconscious and not really "selfish" or ego oriented, i will permit the counting to go on and on

and i do this till im in a light-sleep trancey state, t hen i will get rid of the counting, and i can plant a thought like "i am happy" or "Om" or my meditation mantra, but

it also seems better to just meditate on my mantra the normal way, than to do this, my teacher said it was okay if i did the counting though.

one of the best descriptions of meditation I ever read was to just sit and listen to your thoughts, and change the bad ones to good ones.

and that's it, nothing more.

#26:  Author: Chris01 PostPosted: Sat 17 May, 2008
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The meditation technique I use is to just observe my breath (and maybe
count if I have trouble keeping my focus only on breathing).

When you go deep enough there isn't any surface thought, no matter how
quiet or subtle, that can go past you unnoticed and struggle with your intention.
Sure you get bombarded with those subtle ones, but you're more aware of them
and can guide them to good ones.

But it annoys me that the way we're raised generates a way of thinking which isn't
quite "productive" for spiritual growth, so you have to do it all over again when
you realize it. And it's not easy...



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