Monday, February 22, 2010

My Make It or Break It Experiment

Okay, this is a little different post.

This is gonna be my "make it or break it" manifesting experiment.

Our house is heading for foreclosure, and to stop it I have to come up with 5,000 dollars before March 15th.

Now we all know the techniques, I have been studying them for years.

I've made it through Cancer, so I guess this is my next big test.

I have to imagine now as if I already have the 5,000 dollars, it's paid and everything is okay.

I've detailed my own experiments here in the past, but this one is gonna be the big one.

Okay, Cancer was bigger, but this is a big one too.

Neville says to think, feel and act as though something is already done.
And that is what I am trying very hard to do.

But as I have pointed out before, that is very hard with something staring you in the face.
Of course I spoke from experience there, because I stared Cancer in the face.

And while I'm doing this, I wouldn't mind at all if some of you (or all of you) out there saw me as posting that the 5,000 was a done deal and that the house was free and clear.
As Neville said" Sharing the burden".

I'll keep everyone updated on how this is going.

And I thank everyone now for their thoughts, prayers and energy.

Like I said, just imagine that everything is fine NOW and that everything is taken care of.
I (and you) don't have to see how or why it happened, just that it is already done.

And to illustrate this point, here is an excerpt from a talk Neville gave on radio station KECA in Los Angeles back in July, 1951....

"How would you feel if your prayer were answered?
Well, assume that feeling until you experience in imagination what you would experience in reality if your prayer were answered.
Prayer means getting into action mentally.
It means holding the attention upon the idea of the wish fulfilled until it fills the mind and crowds all other ideas out of the consciousness.
This statement that prayer means getting into action mentally and holding the attention upon the idea of the wish fulfilled until it fills the mind and crowds all other ideas out of the consciousness, does not mean that prayer is a mental effort – an act of will.
On the contrary, prayer is to be contrasted with an act of will.
Prayer is a surrender.
It means abandoning oneself to the feeling of the wish fulfilled.
If prayer brings no response – there is something wrong with the prayer and the fault lies generally in too much effort.
Serious confusion arises insofar as men identify the state of prayer with an act of will, instead of contrasting it with an act of will.
The sovereign rule is to make no effort, and if this is observed, you will intuitively fall into the right attitude.
Creativeness is not an act of will, but a deeper receptiveness – a keener susceptibility.
The acceptance of the end – the acceptance of the answered prayer – finds the means for its realization.
Feel yourself into the state of the answered prayer until the state fills the mind and crowds all other states out of your consciousness.
What we must work for is not the development of the will, but the education of the imagination and the steadying of attention.
Prayer succeeds by avoiding conflict.
Prayer is, above all things, easy.
Its greatest enemy is effort.
The mighty surrenders itself fully only to that which is most gentle.
The wealth of Heaven may not be seized by a strong will, but surrenders itself, a free gift, to the God­spent moment.
Along the lines of least resistance travel spiritual as well as physical forces. "


Dave Narby said...

Personally, I'd recommend being as general as possible - focus on desire for safety, comfort, security, family, etc. Focusing on getting $5k by the end of the month to keep a mortgage on a house might be too hard. Keeping it general keeps it easy during stress.

If they do foreclose, demand to see the original mortgage. They way they wrapped, stacked, sliced and diced MBS's it's likely you can stay in your home for a couple years rent free.

Anonymous said...

Sabre, I belive in you! Zoran

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