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A Wizards’ Seven Guidelines To Manifestation

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 Writing regular blog posts and creating coaching program’s takes a lot of attention, intention and sometimes “seriousness.”  wizard

I want to shift perspective to a more playful side. So, if you like this issue…great! If you don’t connect to it…great! The next one will be different in any case :-)

A Wizard’s Key to Manifestation

Merek put down his notebook and looked out the window. It was the notebook The Wizard had given him. He was so very lucky, he felt, to have the knowledge of the secret of creating the future. Not many people even knew of it in his land, and he knew that having it made him very fortunate.

The endowment of actually deciding what he wanted, and then to put it out in his future was something that he found quite common these days. Not that he took the skill for granted. Most of the people in the land did not even know it was possible to create your future. Merek saw them complaining about their lack of power in the face of Nature, events, and other people.

Merek saw them giving away their power to affect their own futures as well as others’ futures. He saw people riddled with guilt, fear, anxiety, and lack of self control. He saw what he perceived to be their suffering and struggle, he knew his life was so much more comfortable than theirs, and he wondered if he could help them.

He knew that while his daily stresses were not totally eliminated, his anxiety about the future was gone, and he knew that he was in control of his life — he knew he had attained that elusive state called “self control.” You see, Merek had the capability of deciding what he wanted, and programming his future in a way so that it happened. And that was that.

Whatever he wanted he was able to have. Of course he was careful to follow the instructions to the letter. He did not deviate from them. Not one letter. Not one period, or comma.

Everything he had learned so very long ago from “The Wizard” he did exactly as instructed.

That was just one of the things that Merek was good at doing — following directions. One of the side benefits was that he had even been able to predict events in the future to a certain extent. In his land self-control was rare. People had not always been so unrestrained in their actions, but in the last three or so generations they had lost some of the discipline that previous generations had revered so highly.

This didn’t bother Merek, since he was not particularly judgmental. Merek’s friends, especially Glenda and Flain always commended him on his discipline. Merek did not see it as discipline, however. To him it was just knowing what he wanted, and going after it. But they saw it as something mysterious, and they wanted to know how to do it.

There was nothing mysterious about manifesting your future, once you knew how to do it. Before you knew the processes and techniques then, perhaps, it seemed mysterious. Then, it seemed like something extremely mysterious. But after you knew how to do it, it was really quite simple. “The Process” helped, of course: The Process — the information he had learned so very long ago from “the Wizard.” That was the only name he knew.

The Wizard…sounded mysterious…perhaps more mysterious than it needed to be. Merek had contacted The Wizard during one of his long internal journeys. Merek was fond of exploring his own internal world, and during one of those journeys, he had met The Wizard, and had been given the process for creating his own future.

While the Wizard was teaching Merek how to create his future, he gave Merek the seven frames for creating his future on an old piece of parchment. The Wizard called them the seven doctrines:

The Wizards’ Seven Guidelines:

1. The way to have the 1st doctrine is to “Take responsibility for where you are”

2. The way to have the 2nd doctrine is to “Clarify your Values and decide what is important to you”

3. The way to have the 3rd doctrine is to “Write down what you want”

4. The way to have the 4th doctrine is to “Clean up any past memories not consistent with what you want”

5. The way to have the 5th doctrine is to “Create your future by imagining memories for your future Time Line

6. The way to have the 6th doctrine is to “Align your thoughts with your goals”

7. The way to have the 7th doctrine is to “Play everything at 100%”

The Wizard then showed him how to affect his personal time record, and the universal time record by making changes in the actual system of how his future was programmed in the Timeline.

Merek remembered agonizing over the question of predestination -vs- free will before learning about the Timeline. But Merek was now certain that what ever was in his Timeline was destined to happen. He was just as certain, however, that he had total control over his Timeline, and what was in it.

Merek’s friends had asked him many times to teach them about what he did with his Timeline when he was programming his future, and he wanted to, but he was not certain yet that it was something that was permitted.

The Wizard had not given him permission to teach what he knew, and even though he knew his friends needed help, his integrity did not permit him to teach it to others until he had permission.

He did want to help his friends, though, since he felt very deeply for them. He loved his friends, of course, and they had become rather insistent. Merek began to wonder if the learning that he had received from the Wizard was something that he could teach to others.

He had not learned it in a way that was organized or systematic, and he knew that he had not ever thought of how to organize the material, but he knew that what he had was something that other people just had to learn. The world needed to know what Merek knew just because it made people’s lives so much easier, and better.

Merek had tried so many times in the past to contact The Wizard again and get permission to share this secret with the world, but to no avail. The Wizard had not answered in quite a while. Merek was not willing to give up, however, and he decided to do something about his desire to give this technique to the world.

So, he wrote a goal in the notebook The Wizard had given to him. He wrote it for one week hence, saying, “I have talked to The Wizard, and he has given me permission to teach the secret to the people of the world, so I can help them get rid of their fears, anxiety, guilt, and help them to have more self control, so that they can have what they want in their lives, and be happy.”

Then he closed his eyes, and made a picture of the goal that he had just written of having talked to The Wizard, and stepped into his body, and felt the feelings of having permission. Then he took the picture out to one week, made final adjustments to it, and as he inserted it into his Timeline in the future, he stepped out of his body, so he could see himself in the picture.

Having done that, he looked back toward now, and noticed that the events necessary to make the event undeniable were automatically created. He then opened his eyes. As the week wore on, Merek forgot about the programming he had done, since that was also part of the original instruction. As the time came closer and closer to the one week deadline, Merek was still confident; after all it had always worked before…but still no Wizard.

As the clock ticked off the last hour up to the one week deadline, Merek sat down again and began to review what he had done, just to make sure that he had programmed his future in strict accordance with the instructions.

He wanted to make sure that he had done everything right. As he opened his notebook, as if by magic, the words appeared on the page right beneath the goal he had written:

“You alone, Merek, may proceed to share the secret of manifesting your future with your friends. Show them how to make their lives better. Do this and I will teach you the secrets of how to be the Wizard.”

The secret in manifesting your future is take action on all seven doctrines. Miss one, and your future will be up for grabs.

During The Warriors Quest I take you through each of the doctrines one by one so that you will have the power to manifest your future.

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How To Use Guilt and Anger for Personal Change

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On the first day of the Warriors’ Quest I work with disempowering emotions like anger, sadness, fear and guilt. This is critical in order to move guiltforeword free of the weight these emotions carry.

Guilt as a Force for Change

Guilt is anger directed toward ourselves, and anger is the energy for change.

Sadly, few of us were trained to use anger for change (except, perhaps, in athletics). Mostly, we use anger for blame and feeling bad. As I will explore later, the gift of anger is the physical, mental, and emotional strength to make change.

When we feel guilty or shame and want to use the anger for change (for a change), we have two options:

  • We can either change our actions
  • Or change our beliefs about those actions

If we feel guilty about something that hasn’t yet happened (that twinge of guilt we feel when premeditating a “wicked” action), we can use the anger in the guilt to not do it (or, if it’s an act of omission, to do it).

If we feel guilty about something that’s already taken place, we can use the anger to make amends, to clean things up. (Atonement leads to at-one-ment.)

If there’s nothing we can do, then we can use the energy of guilt to change the belief about how bad, wicked, terrible, immoral, despicable, disgusting, and downright slug-like our action was.

Most people use guilt:

  • To make half-hearted (but often heated) promises to “never do it again,” which they don’t really believe any more than any of their close acquaintances do, and/or
  • To feel bad.

Feeling bad is an important part in the misuse of guilt. Part of the “contract” for violating our beliefs is that we must feel bad. We tell ourselves, “Good people are __________ (fill in the perfect human behavior violated by the guilt-producing action), and when they’re not, they feel guilty.”

In this limiting system, feeling guilty proves our goodness. Good people feel bad when they do something bad. (After all, bad people feel good when they do something bad.) So, guilt allows us to maintain a mistaken (but admirable-sounding) belief about ourselves while acting in a way that violates the belief.

A more productive use of guilt’s energy is to change the belief. Once the belief is changed, the self-judgments stop – the energy is no longer directed toward feeling bad when doing (or failing to do) certain activities.

“When such as I cast out remorse: So great a sweetness flows into the breast: We must laugh and we must sing: We are blest by everything: Everything we look upon is blest.” W.B  Yeats

I’m not saying change your belief about yourself from “I am a good person . . .” to “I am a bad person…” I’m suggesting, add a qualifier to the too-rigid (“perfect”) beliefs you have about yourself. “Good people are kind to others…and sometimes they’re not.” “Good people stick to their diet…and sometimes they don’t.” “Good people don’t yell in public…and sometimes they do.”

Making these changes is not easy. The habit of using the energy of guilt in a limiting rather than expansive way is deep-seated. As B. F. Skinner pointed out, “Society attacks early, when the individual is helpless.” It takes enormous energy and perseverance to change our response to guilt.

Fortunately, there’s a lot of energy available in the anger of guilt. It’s a matter of remembering to redirect it from blame to change–over and over.

You may be wondering, “When do I use the energy to change the action, and when do I use it to change the belief about the action?”

It’s an important question and here are some thoughts:

  1. If you change the belief first, changing the action is easier. Taking the pressure off by changing the belief allows for the freedom of movement necessary to change the action.
  1. Realize you’re not going to change all the actions about which you currently feel guilty. – We’re not perfect, we’re human. Nonetheless, in our childhood we are given a seemingly infinite number of perfect images to live up to. We add to these the perfect images we have as adults. I’ll discuss this perfection syndrome later, but for now realize that you can change anything you want, but you can’t change everything you want.
  1. Change first the actions that physically harm others. I’m not talking about hurting someone’s feelings; I’m talking about activities such as hitting people, stealing, child abuse, drunk driving, in which another is or is very likely to be physically harmed by your actions.
  1. Change next the actions that physically harm you – smoking, extreme overeating, high-risk sexual activities, drug or alcohol abuse, and so on. Again, these are not the things that might emotionally harm you (that’s quite often the comfort zone), but things that do significant physical harm. – “The wages of sin are death, but by the time taxes are taken out, it’s just sort of a tired feeling. “ – Paula Poundstone
  1. Make a list of your wants, desires, and dreams, then to prioritize them in such a way that you’ll know which you have time to pursue, and which you (for now) do not. Work next on changing the actions that go against your primary goals.
  1. If you’ve handled all those and are still looking for more, well, you’re a far better person than I am, Gunga Din :-)!

When used to produce guilt, the statement, “I could have done better!” is false. If we knew better, we’d do better. I don’t just mean intellectually knowing better. I’m talking about knowing in the full sense of the word – the way you know to walk, speak, and breathe.

A more accurate statement when we intellectually know better (and do it anyway) is to say, “This will remind me to do better next time – I’m still learning.”

Because, of course, we are.

If you’d like to start to change your relationship with guilt and transformation this energy to live a life of power, passion and purpose request your Introductory Consultation now.

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 Today we’re going to talk about taking action…. 
“Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.” Jules Renard
The biggest lie we tell ourselves in the area of action is, “I’ll do it later.” As C. Northcote
Parkinson said, “Delay is the deadliest form of denial.” Read More…

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“If I can’t do it perfectly then it’s not worth doing”, right?   
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