Hi All,

I did some introspection and realized that I am not getting what I desire because of 3 reasons:

1) I am not disciplined with my work 2) I am not consistent with what I need to do 3) I waste a lot of time

Whether its vibrational work or any other work, I feel I know - what needs to be done, how it needs to be done and that I need to practice in order to excel and get results. But there seems to be some kind of resistance or inertia which holds me back from doing things in a disciplined and consistent manner (and) without wasting time.

How can I overcome these?

Look forward to your wonderful insights.

Thanks :)

asked 21 Oct '11, 06:19

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well sourabh there is a difference between thinking that you know how to do something and doing it. and this you discover by doing it. also to be discipline find a methodical method to do things what ever you do. the method becomes important to save time when you work you need to do the less movement as possible to save time. example: you put earth in dumper well you will put the dumper the closest to you and you the closest to the earth pile so you make the less movement possible..

(22 Oct '11, 02:12) white tiger

like spock said its logical. Logic is the beginning of wisdom, not the end. http://standupforamerica.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/spock-logic-begninning.jpg

(22 Oct '11, 02:23) white tiger

Thanks for the insights White Tiger :)

(25 Oct '11, 04:36) Sourabh

@Sourabh - practicing the master key system requires a good dose of discipline and concentration and can be very good training for all this :)

(26 Jan '12, 13:17) blubird two
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Personally, I'm not a fan of discipline to get things done.

Discipline implies to me that one is not vibrationally lined up and is trying to compensate for that lack of alignment through forced physical action.

No thanks - been there, done that...and it's way too painful a lifestyle choice to use over the long run :)

I think a more enlightened approach to achieving through physical action comes from Bashar...the channeled supremo of action-first manifesting, in my view :)

Here is a broad overview of the rules of an ideal vibrationally-based time management system, broadly based upon Bashar's (and my own) ideas.

  1. Have in front of you a list of everything you believe you need to physically do in your life right now to get what you want.

  2. Choose the thing to do right now that seems the most exciting to you, no matter what it is. Take it as far as you can. When you can take it no further, stop, and re-choose the next thing that is now the most exciting.

  3. In the rare event that you find two things of equal excitement, choose the one that you have the greatest ability to act upon in that moment.

  4. In the rare, rare event that you find two things of equal excitement and equal ability to be acted upon, it doesn't matter which you choose. If you choose the wrong one, your willingness to act upon it will simply fade away and the other will seem to be the more exciting option instead.

  5. During the day, add to your list whatever pops into your head as something that needs to be done, or you would like to do, sometime. If you feel a strong inner urging to do something not on the list at a particular moment, and you are able to do it then, just do it.

  6. If, as you scan your list, you come across tasks that now obviously seem irrelevant, or you are now sure you will never want to do, just remove them from your list. If you wish, move them to another list where you can scan them again at regular intervals (say, once a month) so you can add them back to your main list again if you change your mind.

  7. The only way you can judge the value of an action is by how it feels i.e. the opinion of your Higher Self. The Higher Self has the bigger picture, the physical self can only see the immediate terrain. The physical self can only perceive what is happening, not how things will happen, so the excitement of an action is the only valid indicator of what it is really worth.

  8. Excitement has a built-in organizing principle so if there is something that your Higher Self considers needs to be physically done that day and you are not doing it, your enthusiasm for what you are currently doing will fade. And that other thing will automatically seem to be the most exciting thing to you so you'll end up doing it. So you need not worry that you will miss something important.

  9. Sometimes your Higher Self will inspire you towards a particular task simply because, through doing it, it will raise your vibrational level enough that you will come into alignment with another more significant task. So never think that you need to complete a task once you start it...it could just be that the task you have been inspired to work on is just a nudge towards a better feeling place.

  10. Anxiety is just "Excitement With Judgement" so all the above rules should also include what you feel anxious about. I'm keeping this rule separate for now because I'm still testing the effectiveness of this "Anxiety = Excitement" idea (as far as time management is concerned) in my own life.

Bashar sources:


Implementation Ideas

While I believe the answer above is complete in itself, I thought this additional section might be helpful...

After a period of using the above rules, you may find that your list becomes too large to scan quickly and easily or there are too many tasks on it that are no longer relevant but you haven't cleaned them out yet.

If you reach that stage, you may want to take a look at some of Mark Forster's free time management systems. I've been using various incarnations of them for the past few years and his methods help with keeping a vibrationally-based time management system more organized.

Mr Forster is not interested in these metaphysical ideas, as far as I can tell, but he does believe in choosing tasks intuitively which make his systems ideal for more systematic implementations of excitement-based ideas.

The best systems of his to try out, in my view, are (in no particular order):

You'll probably want to tweak and adapt some of the ideas to suit your own lifestyle situation. Just keep in mind that you are trying to always find the most exciting task to do in any moment.

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answered 21 Oct '11, 09:27

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I have client with mental deficiency, and she displays the same anxiety when she is stresses as when she is excited. So, I noticed that anxiety and excitement are the same, it's just a matter of interpretation.

(21 Oct '11, 12:48) Fairy Princess
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@ Stingray: Thanks so much for the liberating suggestions. It seems so simple to just follow your heart and move ahead. The idea sounds fantastic to me. But just to quote an example if I am an employee working with a firm, how can I apply this system when I have certain deliverables to be met every single day and what if I am not inspired to do that office work. Similarly there is always some work which you don't feel inspired to do, but the situation demands you to do. What to do in such circumstances? Also thanks for those links, I will go through these shortly :) Really appreciate!!

(25 Oct '11, 04:52) Sourabh

Also I think, my real intent behind asking this question was how to practice and offer a consistent vibration to allow what we want to come to us :) Thanks

(25 Oct '11, 09:10) Sourabh
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@Sourabh - It doesn't really matter what situation you are in on a daily basis...even if you are a slave, there will still come a point during the day where you will have the power of choice over something you are doing...even if it is to do one task you don't like, or another task you dislike even more. You choose the one that feels better. Just by starting with that single, small choice and always choosing the best thing you can given your circumstances, you will set a ball rolling that will eventually transform your life. If you have to do something otherwise bad...

(27 Oct '11, 10:12) Stingray

...things will happen then that choice naturally has high anxiety attached. And the system presented above suggests that anxiety is just excitement seen through a negative filter so it would still be the correct task to choose. By always choosing the most exciting task you can given your circumstances, you are starting to offer the best vibration you can on a consistent basis. By constantly choosing the excitement option (even though you may see it that way because it's the least worst option in the moment), you are pointing yourself in the direction of the Vortex

(27 Oct '11, 10:15) Stingray
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It is worth remembering that the actions you are taking at any moment are really irrelevant to getting what you want - it's the vibration behind them that counts: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/17322#17349 So this system is not about creating anything through action, it's actually about molding your vibration through the "correct" use of action. This is basically what Manifesting Experiment 3 was about: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/8182

(27 Oct '11, 10:22) Stingray

@ Stingray - Thanks so much. That gives me a lot of relief. From now on, I will make it a point to engage in activities which excite me most, or which look to be least resistant at that moment. Thanks :)

(01 Nov '11, 05:04) Sourabh

@Stingray- thanks for the info ... it's true for me that i tend to rely on discipline to get me through regardless of what i feel, i'll try to put into practice this "new" approach :)

(02 Jan '13, 06:47) blubird two

This is so freeing, thank you mucho grande :o)

(28 Apr '13, 12:20) teeleec
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well, I have had the same feeling for the past decade, I saw in a video from indigo child Matias De Stefano, that some of the vibration that was required from the universe was that of being still, thats why there are so many 20 to 30 something year olds that didn't care much for college, or weren't at all interested in being consistent with a career path. I guess that you need to follow your heart's desire, and if your heart wants you to be still and or lazy than so be it, one thing is what is expected from us due to age etc, and another is what we actually want. If you DO wish consistency just do the ONE DAY AT A TIME, believe me this has helped me quit all sorts of bad habits, from smoking cigarettes to waking up early. Say to yourself, just for today I will try my hardest and I will do this TODAY, then you erase the pattern you had in your brain for the activity of your choice and create a new behavioral pattern for it, its also called behavioral therapy. Just remember to do what you TRULY want and what makes you happy regardless of how you look to the world (as long as you don't harm anyone of course). If you decide to try it out, let me know how it goes :) good luck!

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answered 21 Oct '11, 06:40

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Hi Eva, Thanks for your wonderful suggestions :) From now on I shall take one day at a time and see how it goes!!

(25 Oct '11, 04:43) Sourabh

I am glad to hear that :D good luck! and keep us posted :)

(25 Oct '11, 21:53) Eva goes with the Flow

not so sure that discipline is only within the realm of the physical,
will is too powerful to keep under unconsciousness habits.
let thoughts that pass through your heart and still ring true
guide on what you dwell

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answered 21 Oct '11, 23:32

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i agree with you fred.A key to the intention-manifestation model is that you must keep your thoughts focused on what you want and avoid thinking about what you don’t want. Even if you’re skeptical about the power of intention, it shouldn’t be hard to see that a disciplined mind brings benefits. Improved mental discipline is sure to be a useful skill regardless of your current model of reality. It’s hard enough to achieve goals via direct action if your mind is cluttered with negative or distracting thoughts. But with intention-manifestation, it’s nearly impossible.

(22 Oct '11, 01:57) white tiger
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Thanks Fred and White Tiger for your insights :)

(25 Oct '11, 05:08) Sourabh

HEY GET TO WORK!! No not really. You are probably doing just fine.

(26 Jan '12, 19:17) Tom
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