PRODUCTIVE CRAZINESS by Cathy D. Slaght
Physicist Konrad Zuse –way back in 1970- said our Universe works like a massive consciousness computer. WE are part of the system, little computers, so to speak, creating 24/7 output – a/k/a our reality.
This output/reality is programmed in to our data base by our deepest beliefs, which can be a mystery, in that they're lurking beneath the conscious mind. However, scholars say that by changing our everyday language we can “work backwards” changing beliefs that don't serve.
Some say this is “crazy” talk. But it could be productive craziness. It might even involve reading that 701 page book mentioned yesterday. Link is at the bottom of this post.
Meanwhile, here's the basic process of recreating language as outlined by author Robert Tennyson Stevens- he compares it to going up a ladder. Just remember, a 701 page book can't be covered in one or two posts- this is just a few highlights-
Also, go slow as you go up this ladder.
Here are the first 6 rungs:
1- (bottom) Instead of saying “ I want” get in the habit of saying “I choose.”.
2- Carefully phrasing your “choice” is of upmost importance. The subconscious is literal. If you say “ I choose a husband”, for example, you might get a married man and create a disaster!
3- Be specific. The more specific, the more instantaneous the manifestation. You wouldn't just go to a restaurant and order “food”, right?
4- Avoid conditional choice, in other words one thing must happen before another can happen. For example “ I choose to lose weight so I can be loved.” Change that to “ I choose to lose weight AND be loved.” The word AND is powerful!
Here's something that could be dowsed into the SRC on a regular basis:
“I choose happiness and love and my wealth and my Divine Partner and doing what I love to do.”
5- Eliminate the words This, That, These, They, Them, Those, It and The. They are vague, impersonal, and invite separation. Many times changing just one of these words brings instantaneous change from separation to connection. For example, not “The Planet” but “ My Planet”.
6. Don't negate the outcome with words like “but”, or “however”.
Final 6 rungs tomorrow...we're halfway there!
Our work- in yesterday's scan we asked for the essential oil Present Time, continued work in the timeline with Denial, and focused on the kidneys.
Today's scan- as always, etheric, not physical
And the book:
Cathy D. Slaght