Continuing To Be Trustworthy Is As Important As Becoming Powerful

We had this unexpected realization this morning about how being trustworthy is more important than being powerful because a trustworthy person is predictable in their actions and words. People know what to expect from a person who is trustworthy in that way and that gives them a sense of security in a dangerous and rapidly changing world. What happens when a person changes his abilities and the expectations of their friends and family are no longer valid? A person who becomes more aware and more powerful no longer matches the expectations of their family and friends and this can be frightening to those who see the relationship changing.

Spiritual Healing

This imposes an interesting burden on the person whose awareness and spiritual ability are changing him and the way he views the world. He may be more honest than before and more able, but he is no longer predictable and that will frighten those around him who were relying on his previous condition for their peace of mind. This is true whether you are male or female or uncertain.

To the public at large, which includes your family and friends, your being predictable is more important than you being honest, compassionate, humble, and successful. If you no longer match their expectations, you can become a threat in their eyes.

Carefully adjusting people’s expectations is an essential skill 

if you wish to continue becoming more aware and more powerful

without being considered dangerous and frightening to those you know.

In personal or work situations, your reactions to others establish your position in the group. When you no longer react to comments or negative actions as you used to, you become an uncertain quantity or even a threat to those who used to think they controlled you. To keep these surprises to a minimum, you need to let people know in an acceptable way that you are working to improve your abilities and your value to society. This will not sit well with those who seek to keep you under their control and may be the first indication that you need to part company with those individuals and groups.

If you can communicate that you are undergoing a continuing change in an effort to become a more compassionate and helpful person, you may be able to create an expectation that will expect changes for the better. You can even solicit their opinions on your changes as they occur. This will keep their attention on you but in a more positive way. It will be like putting up a sign that says, “Watch this space for new developments.”

All of the other elements of being trustworthy still apply, such as keeping your word to others once it is given and doing what you promise, but adjusting the expectations of others as you change will prove to be the most important element of all. If you encounter others who cannot adjust their expectations regarding you and your actions, you need to withdraw from them, no matter who they are. Continuing to actively deal with them will cause you permanent spiritual damage which will eventually take counseling to handle.

Develop a game plan to adjust the expectation of others as you grow in awareness and spiritual power. Execute on this game plan for the rest of your life if you plan on using SRT. You will continue changing and growing in power. Help others to deal with that so you continue to be friends.

Many people will not be able to distinguish between your ability to heal as shown above and the possibility that you will be commuting to work like this.

Commuting

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You Have Spirit Guides and Spirit Passengers

You may not have encountered this Spirit Passenger term before because I just heard it from my trusted spiritual companions. A spirit guide is a spirit who seeks to interact with you and a spirit passenger is a spirit who is just along for the ride.



There are all sorts of spirits, of course, but we can simplify things by dividing them into these two main categories, those who are trying to help or influence and those who are unable to help or unwilling to help. The spirits who surround you are like almost every other organization, a group of beings with common interests, in your case you and your activities are the common interest.

Think of any large organization you have been part of and you will remember that there were leaders and followers, innovators and skeptics, as well as people willing to interact with you and those who wished to remain in the background. Spirits exhibit the same range of characteristics of course because they were once people like we see today. Don’t get lost in the mystery of why they were once gods or politicians or pickpockets. You are surrounded by a large group of them every day and they were attracted to you because you were there or you were doing something interesting.

Let’s keep things simple and divide our spiritual companions into Spirit Guides who are willing to interact with us and Spirit Passengers who are the vast group of spirits who are unable or uninterested in doing anything other than observing us.

Spirit Guides are constantly interacting with us and they influence every decision and every action. Unless we have learned to manage them and get them to act in harmony for our benefit, they can act like a house full of mothers-in-law. They will offer lots of suggestions and some of them will be useful. If these spirits are not well managed, their suggestions can be distracting or even destructive because their intentions will not be aligned with yours.

Spirit Passengers are simply observers but you are affected by their fears and other emotions. These spirits are rarely in present time because much of their attention is still stuck on past incidents that overwhelmed them and crushed their spirit. The presence of these spirits is a liability because they can get triggered by your actions and your environment. Unlike your spirit guides, these beings are not communicating with you in a knowing way. They are hanging around observing things and just reacting when something triggers their memories. They are not as alive as your spirit guides but there are so many of them that a triggering event can be overwhelming and even cause bodily illness.

If you are doing daily SRT solo sessions, you will pick up on any triggered spirit passengers or spirit guides before they become a problem. Let’s say you are planning to change your lifestyle and sell your house and move into a small travel trailer. You are excited by the prospect, but you keep having recurring fears of what could happen when you are out on the road by yourself. You have spirit companions who have met death and disaster as vagabonds and travelers. Their images will haunt you and make your life miserable until you wake them up and bring them to present time. Then they will be able to give you reasonable advice from a present time viewpoint and you will gain the benefit of their experience without the pain of their nightmares. You will probably find a way to travel with companions for comfort and safety and migrate as a group as the birds do.

Knowing about your spirit guides and your spirit passengers gives you a way to handle mysterious upsets when life changes and also gives you an incentive to recruit new spirit guides as your needs increase. Let’s say you wish to move to a new country to retire. If you are prudent, you will seek out spirits familiar with that country and its culture to help you get settled and working in harmony with the local economy. If you are really bright, you will send some of your spirits ahead to establish a beachhead for your new life in the far-off land.

You have both guides and passengers, using Spiritual Rescue Technology you can organize these beings into a powerful group and accomplish unprecedented success. It is all a matter of aligning expectations and intentions.

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Creating A Future Relationship With An Ideal Scene

Let’s say you are one of those people who would like a relationship with a person or group that would give you scope to contribute and would provide you with the companionship you desire. The most reliable way to accomplish this is to write an ideal scene in which you describe what you need and want in such a relationship. Doesn’t that sound easy?

The usual way that such descriptions fail is that they are too short. A girl says, “I want a guy who is tall dark, and handsome who loves me and has plenty of money to spend on me.” She pulls in a drug dealer and spends her time hiding from her family.

Or, a guy says, “I want a beautiful girl who loves me and is totally sexy and funny.” He pulls in a girl who is all of that and more but she wants to sleep with every handsome man she meets.

An ideal scene for a relationship needs to satisfy your emotional needs and you need to match what the other person is looking for. In other words, an ideal scene for a relationship needs to satisfy the needs of both partners. They need to be your ideal partner and you need to be theirs.

Short-list ideal scenes work and I can prove it. I got married to my college girlfriend and while she was an ideal college girlfriend, there were some ways she was not suited for marriage. She was everything I was looking for in a girlfriend, but that was a very short list. When that marriage ended after 7 years, I made a longer list of what I wanted and pulled in a beautiful, talented woman and we were married for 15 years. I failed to put in a provision for an understanding mother-in-law and that drove us apart.

After another marriage based on a short list of ideal characteristics, I finally realized that every one of the women I had loved and married had desirable characteristics, but I had not done a good enough job of describing what I wanted and what I could provide to a wife.

I finally got my act together and wrote out a two-page description of my ideal scene in marriage and gave it to a friendly matchmaker in Los Angeles. I had covered everything I could think of including someone who had an affinity for plants since this was a major area of life I had no skills in.

Within a very short time, a beautiful and charming professional woman reached out to me and we have been married now for 30 years. She had recently completed an ideal scene for a husband and had connected with the friendly matchmaker and the rest is history.

When you create an ideal scene, you are organizing your intentions and if those intentions align with someone else’s intentions, magic occurs. This is why your list of needs and wants in an ideal scene needs to be complete. If your list only extends to “hot to trot” and “sexy” you will get a relationship from hell as the other person will have habits and a police record which will make them hard to live with. It’s like intending a one-night stand. You will probably succeed but it will not develop into a meaningful relationship. As the saying goes, “Be careful what you wish for.”

In your ideal scene for a relationship, think of your future needs as well as your present needs. Also, think of what you are willing to provide for your partner now and in the future. If you do a reasonable job creating an ideal scene, you will attract your partner almost as if by magic. Once you have created an ideal scene and have a clear concept of it, you are actually projecting your willingness to locate a partner with certain characteristics. Do not be surprised if a close friend suddenly tells you about a cousin who is coming to town and would be perfect for you. Your intention alone is strong enough to let others know you are on the lookout for a relationship and they will find themselves suggesting partners for you.

If your intention is to create a win-win relationship, I think you will find success in your search.

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Creating A Future Business Reality With An Ideal Scene

Aligned Intentions

When you write an ideal scene, you are describing the future state of some environment. The fewer people damaged in your ideal scene, the likelier it is to occur. This is because an ideal scene describes a desired alignment of intentions!

When your ideal scene describes a game that many can play and benefit from, you have taken the first steps to find those people and beings who are aligned with you. Let me list two sample ideal scenes so you can see how one enlists aligned intentions and one creates opposing intentions.

EXAMPLE ONE – BUSINESS

I am going to launch an online business to market the works of local craftspeople who are working from home. It will be a cooperative and memberships can be paid in money or in services. We will have an interactive website staffed by live people who will answer questions and make suggestions. The site will be open 24/7, but the live attendants will cover normal business hours for the region, and a virtual assistant (a computerized chatbot) will provide information at all other times and will take messages for staff to follow up during business hours. We will create annual sales campaigns for children’s art to increase recognition for talented young artists and the schools that support them.

EXAMPLE TWO – BUSINESS

I am launching an online business for my art in addition to my existing gallery and will show those other artists how an online business should be run. I will advertise through Google Adsense and Facebook Ads. My marketing plan is a comprehensive document that outlines my advertising and marketing efforts for the coming year. I will show how my art is a superior investment over art by local amateurs based on my years of experience and sales.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

If you have an idea for a business, whether online or storefront, think of how you can enlist as many partners as possible. If your idea is valid and you are a trustworthy person, there are people who want you to succeed. Even if you intend your business to be a one-person business, you need others to support you and give you good recommendations. If you do not need them to support you with money, try asking them for advice and see how much of it is helpful. I created several small businesses and found that most of my customers came from recommendations from customers and friends.

Everything in the physical universe is created through intentions. If you find people whose intentions are aligned with yours, you will make the process of creating a business or relationship much easier.

Try writing an ideal scene for what you wish to be doing this year and see what you can create for yourself and others. The more people who can benefit from your ideal scene, the more likely it will occur.

If you can, avoid ideal scenes which result in taking power from others. Ideal scenes which focus on rehabilitating undesirable influences rather than destroying them are far more likely to succeed. If you can envision win-win scenarios resulting from your ideal scene, you are more likely to achieve success.

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