What Are You Putting Your Attention On?

Where do you want to be this time next year? In the last few days in our workshops and webinars, I have been discussing various ways you can change your life without trying to influence you as to what changes you should make. This week, I would like to share tips that may make it easier to select an area of your life to change.

If you are having difficulty thinking of an area of life you want to improve significantly, pause a moment, and think back over the last year. What underlying concerns were you ignoring while you were focusing on your primary goals?

For example, there are always deadlines to meet and immediate needs to fill, and most of us can keep quite busy dealing with our daily concerns. We can have a challenging job and find that after several years, we have met most of our targets, but our families have grown up without us. Or we can spend our time being good parents and good friends and have never taken the chance to improve the quality of our lives because that would mean moving to another city.

You get what you put your attention on, and every decision has consequences. If you spend your time seeking comfort, you may not get financial security. If you spend time seeking wealth, you may end up with few friends and no family ties to speak of. A person seeking answers to the mysteries of life may end up with workable solutions and no one to share them with.

Rather than giving you a list of desirable goals, let me suggest a way to determine their priority.

1. List all of the essential things you still don’t have. These might include a house or a car or a steady job.

2. List the necessary things that give you comfort and satisfaction. These might include skills, talents, peace of mind, and a place to live and friends with whom you can share the results of your creativity.

3. Prioritize the list of necessary things. Find places on this list where the essential things you still don’t have should go.

List the resources at your command that can be applied to obtain the essential things you still don’t have. Will these resources allow you to add the essential things in a reasonable time frame? If not, what other resources will you need? Resources can include people, different locations, additional skills, increased awareness, and something to remove counter-intentions from your environment.

Round up all of the resources you need to achieve your objectives and employ them to make the changes you wish to see. Doing this will produce the desired results unless you have spiritual barriers.

If you find yourself stymied and unable to make progress, arrange to have some counseling with an SRT counselor, and you will find the barriers will melt away.

If you find yourself becoming distracted while following these instructions, arrange for a counseling session and you will be back on track again.

Intention produces results. If you intend to achieve something and it is not happening, text me, and I will help you sort it out. srtcounseling@gmail.com

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Spirits Affect your Moods Every Day

Now, I have covered this thoroughly in several books and in different workshops and webinars, but it appears that the information just has not sunk in. People are still wondering why they are cranky and are spending hours complaining about things when the emotion and grumpiness are coming from spirits.

When spirits are in your personal space for any length of time, you misown their emotions as your own.

It works like this: if your spirits are grumpy about what you are doing, you will feel grumpy and NO AMOUNT OF TALKING ABOUT IT WILL MAKE IT GO AWAY! YOU WILL JUST GO ON COMPLAINING AND NOTHING WILL CHANGE.

We are going to cover this thoroughly this weekend so that you should be able to recognize and handle these spirits on your own or call for help if you can’t manage to do it on your own.

Just to get you started, here are a few clues you are being affected by spirits:

  1. Feeling overwhelmed and surrounded by confusion.
  2. Recurring moods of feeling “undeserving” and “unworthy”.
  3. Continually whining or grumpy.
  4. You are easily distracted.
  5. You may have a sense that you are parked somewhere watching all of this go on.
  6. Talking CONSTANTLY to yourself when working
  7. Picking at body parts compulsively. This can include biting fingernails, scratching yourself habitually, picking one’s nose, etc.
  8. You have persisting or recurring body problems that do not surrender to proper medical care and a healthy lifestyle.
  9. Any of the items on pages 108 – 116 in the book, “Using Spiritual Rescue Technology”

If this is a topic of interest, find out more at this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/spiritualrescuetechnology/permalink/2388635864774421/

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Conversation With A Departed Friend

I communicate with spirits every day and they provide me with information I could not get elsewhere. They have provided me with material for three published books and there is enough for several more. There are many spirits whom I work with every day and they provide invaluable inspiration and guidance in my writing, my research, and in my counseling

The one area I have been missing is conversations with recently departed friends. Several dear friends have died unexpectedly in the last decade and I have been unable to contact them. It was as if they left no forwarding address. My inability to reach them has been a mystery and until today I had no clue why that was.

A former client died in an accident and his wife asked for a session to help him run out the trauma from the accident. I was able to contact him through his wife and help them handle the agony and grief from his accident. He mentioned then that he and his wife had promised to be together for eternity and he was staying with her to help her for the rest of her life.

Today I had another session with them and we were discussing how others might benefit from knowing that our departed family members were still available to chat if we knew how to do that. My departed friend listened to our conversation and finally broke in with the same humor he had shown when he was animating a body. He scolded me with his usual impish wit, “Are you gonna make money on my story?

He cracked me up and I told him I would make that book free.

In reviewing the loss of earlier friends, I realized that none of them had really close ties to family or loved ones. They may have felt no responsibility for the people they left behind and as a result, when their body died, they were free to make a new start elsewhere.

In this case, my friend had promised his wife he would look after her for eternity and as a result, he is here carrying on in a strong supporting role.

Even though he harassed me about profiting from his story, he agreed that he would help further our research into interactions with recently departed spirits. We feel this is an area of discovery that could help people who are suffering the loss of a loved one.

I can already see that our bonds with our loved ones last beyond death. This has huge implications for our relationships with those who are close to the end of their lives.

It also helps to understand that we are spirits having a human experience. If we learn from our experience, we can do better next time and the time after that.

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History of the Amiga Startup Years – Before Commodore

This video captures what it was like to be in a startup company in the 1980s. This is a low res copy, but it tells the story of one of the most amazing computer startups of that time.

I was in many different startups and this is what it felt like to be one of the founders and put everything on the line to get a product working and ready for sale.

This shows what you can do when a group works in harmony.

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