What Do You Think?

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The latest and revised information from ‘How We Perform Negative Miracles’, ‘More Than You Think’ and a little bit about ‘Quantum Mass Superstructures’!

This book expands on ‘How We Perform Negative Miracles’ and provides more depth and information on the processes you can develop to create the life you wish to experience.

Did you know that everything in your life comes down to what you think about most often?

Your thoughts reflect your feelings about your experiences… and your experiences form your beliefs about your life… and when you see your beliefs manifest in line with your next experience… this reinforces that you are right in having the beliefs that you hold.

Cake - Lisa GentleBut what happens when your beliefs are no longer serving your best interests? How do you change the way you feel when emotional feelings just seem to happen? This book provides a unique overview of human life in the physical realm and the way people interact in multidimensional ways with not only their planet, but also their universe. It also helps you to change your feelings and, by association, change your unhelpful beliefs… and you can start right now… by feeling good about something… anything!

What Do You Think? asks the reader just that. Because, what you think and how you interpret what you think, is fundamental to your success and wellbeing throughout your life… and even across your very existence. Understand, let go and stop worrying. Join the game of life and decide how things are going to be for YOU!

We are commonly born into the world of physical existence from the physical union of our parents. We develop and grow in size and awareness – learning about the environment we are in and exploring its possibilities (often within the confines determined by those who are around us). We develop understandings of pleasure and pain; joy and sadness; love and hate; security and fear, etc. We then spend the remainder of our years on the planet, wondering what life is all about; why we are here; and whether or not we continue in any way after physical death. Oh, and along with all the above, most of us complain incessantly that nothing in the world is to our personal liking!

At a distance from something, we often see it as insignificant or straight forward. It’s easy to view something from afar and maintain control though non-attachment. In the same way, looking at the Earth from space is beautiful to behold.

After a while, instead of looking forward to the next day of our game play, some of us start to ask: “Why am I here? Why am I in this environment? What am I supposed to do? No one in their right mind would have chosen this existence!”

Alongside the basic rules, there are ‘levels’ within the game that humans can progress through. Let’s say [arbitrarily] we all start at level 1 and eventually arrive at level 9. This may take many physical lifetimes to achieve. Throughout the course of each level, we gather both wisdom and detritus; tools and baggage. We climb ladders and slip down snakes. We move across the board, trying to avoid hazards and penalties… hoping to land on ‘take a chance’ or ‘pass ‘go’ and collect 200’.

… a stone may appear ‘dead’ to us and an insect that lives for only a day may seem pointless! On the other hand, from the perspective of a stone, individual humans do not last very long.

The ego was naturally focused on everything physical and convinced the consciousness in mind that only physical reality was worth acknowledging. It reinforced the sense of “I am” and “separateness” by asserting: “This is me and that is the world – out there!”

Everyone has a choice as to what they want to be and what they want to be involved in, or with. Consciously, each individual has to realise that he or she can make that choice at any and every stage of the game. Often, the only reason for not making a choice to change your game-play situation is fear of the repercussions of making such a choice or moving out of your ‘comfort zone’ . At such times when you want to change something, remember that the universe is essentially a safe place – unless you decide to make aspects of it unsafe in your perception of personal reality.

Learning and assimilating new information is not a linear process. Most learning is done in context and within the environment that the learning is taking place in. Yet, in our western society particularly, we insist on removing children from their natural environment and incarcerating them in walled buildings for between 12 and 14 years of their lives!

One of the interesting perplexities of using the mind to create is that you then become influenced by your own creation.

Thomas Young’s double-slit experiment illustrates that when we observe something, it takes a form…

If you want to know your personal state of being, look around you in the physical world and really ‘observe’ what is there.

“Please give me lots of money”. Well, what’s wrong with that? It’s asking for something – so why hasn’t all that money transpired?

See how your average children learn through play. The only thing that sets us apart from children, as adults, is that we often feel we cannot relax into playfulness. Besides, we have responsibilities, children to look after, money to find and bills to pay, etc. These thoughts spoil our ability to really ‘let go’, feel free and act spontaneously. We are constantly constrained by our thinking and our worries or fears.

We create the personal circumstances we need for ourselves. It’s almost like being measured up for tailored clothing. However, what usually happens is that we forget we put in the order and blame everyone else, but ourselves, for what we end up with and what we are experiencing.

Physically, we can make manifest anything that we can focus on. But while we are creating, give some thought to others. Don’t trash the playground!

You may also like Magicians of the Gods by Graham Hancock.

George Carlin humorously encourages us to see the bigger picture and really asks us, what does anything really matter? George Carlin on Global Warming – putting it into perspective.

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