Hello everyone,I have been reading some older threads and have had some questions arise in the process so I decided to post them here hoping for some answers.

Living in the end/ feeling like you already have it:I have tried this before but to no avial. I try to keep myself happy and feel as if I already have what it is I am after but for some reason I have not yet achieved my goals. I have attributed this difficulty to limiting beliefs but now I am starting to believe that limiting beliefs are a load of bull.1. Whenever I try to stay happy and "live in the end" I seem to stay happy for a while when I remind myself but pretty quicky the overjoyed feeling simmers away and I am back to my blank/bored state.

  1. How do I constastly hold onto this overjoyed feeling without having it simmer away?

  2. How do I keep feeling happy and excited about my "new" self when I am repeatly exposed to seeing my old self on a daily basis? When I see my "old" (or current physical) self it really messes up my emotions because the image just stays in my mind like it is burned in. So I feel like I cannot escape it and its negative affect on my emotions.

  3. Is there anyway to remove the negative notions that our mind has of certain circumstances or objects? Or in other words, is there a way to stop automatically feeling negativie emotions after experiencing things that affect us in such a way?

  4. What should I think when I see my "old" self or something else that makes me feel negativly?

  5. How can I make myself whole heartly believe that I have what it is I want?

  6. How can I stop letting circumstance affect me emotionally?

This also ties into my tendency to get stuck in this vicous cycle of searching for a "new method" to achieve my goals (always thinking this method is the one I have been looking for! This is the missing piece to manifesting my goals!), then happily applying the techinques and what not for a select period of time, then getting frustrated with it and worring that I am doing it wrong and then frantically searching for more information on the method to cure my confusion.

Finally I give up the method and the cycle repeats. Why do I do this over and over?How can I end this cycle for good?I think that I have gotten into the mindset that there is always something I am missing and that I need to find it to get my goals.Also I feel like I am just doing all of this as a means to an end. How can I get out of this mind set of needing this physical manifestation?

Finally, I have heard that the subconsious mind control 90% of your thoughts thus your vibration as well and that the concious mind only controls the other 10%. This worries me that anything I do will be futile because my subconcious mind is basically running the show.By the way I do not believe in limiting beliefs and the sort; there is only now. Also i have tried hooponopono, eft, faster eft, etc but none have made any difference. I also do not believe in limiting beliefs. Thanks

asked 19 Mar '13, 22:20

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edited 19 Mar '13, 23:51

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Welcome to IQ @Templeton. Have a look at this answer http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/71746/how-do-you-focus-your-imagination/71753

The links in it could be what you are looking for.

(19 Mar '13, 22:37) releaser99

@Templeton See "how to use IQ" in the upper right hand corner of any page & click on the link. Please Read the FAQ. "What kinds of Questions can I ask?" AND "Ask one question at a time". BTW Great edit @releaser99 Oops, where or where are my manners? Welcome to IQ!

(19 Mar '13, 22:45) ele

Thanks @ele

(19 Mar '13, 22:49) releaser99

@releaser99 I appreciate how well mannered you are! I also appreciate the link you suggested. I never saw it the first time around. Good answers there.

(19 Mar '13, 22:59) ele

@ele I'm glad you like it. "how well mannered you are" Actually I'm not well mannered (at all cost anymore:). I just try to always go with my feelings and to do what makes me feel good/better. And my feelings are not always the same every day. So if for instance tommorrow I feel angry or sad, my response to things could change dramatically to make myself feel better:). Kinda schizophrenic I know:). Well... I'm still growing and I've not arrived yet:).

(19 Mar '13, 23:12) releaser99

@releaser99 Actually, as a rule, I'm usually very well mannered. Kindness begets kindness. Careful, some people don't like anyone else using the word schizoid around here; don't see the humor. I can assure these worriers, unless it runs in your family, schizophrenics are the last people to realize they have an issue.

(19 Mar '13, 23:23) ele

@ele "Careful, some people don't like anyone else using the word schizoid around here." And that is what I wanted to say before. I really don't care what they think, but in a nice way :). If someone doesn't like my way of feeling and thinking, they should feel free to ignore me and live in their own reality. I do what I feel is right and for me the word "schizophrenic" is simply funny. And like all diseases I will try to treat it in a fun way. Because neither worry nor anger cure illnesses.

(19 Mar '13, 23:38) releaser99

@releaser99 I see there is hope for you. We are more alike than different. Keep laughing & you too will heal. I also had asthma - severe asthma. Exercise, cold, allergy, environmental & emotionally induced asthma. I NO longer have asthma or allergies. I'm confident you will get there too. However, I do care about how others feel. Glad we share the humor in regards to Schiz.

(20 Mar '13, 01:31) ele

You would do yourself a favor if you cut all that crap and understood LOA is in another words cause and consequence, where input of cause is opened to anyone and consequence relative to cause will follow. Where consequence may or may not become cause of another consequence.

In every environment, there's predetermined way of success or achieving things or whatever you want. People who need to feel good are lost in their mess....

(20 Mar '13, 03:06) CalonLan

...Because everything in life is easy, once you understand that, you will laugh at the whole world. Not just try to persuade yourself that it's easy, but understand it without trying to believe.

If you understand how easy is to things, you don't need to hold onto anything, because you know the way to summon them in an instant.

All your need to hold on good and remove negative only shows your desperation and lack of understanding.

So again, Once you know the way, you no longer need the path

(20 Mar '13, 03:09) CalonLan

@CalonLan IQ's Buddha! I sure hope @Templeton reads and really reflects on your comment.

(20 Mar '13, 04:10) ursixx

@ursixx are you 100% sure that it's simon templeton of IQ ... it may be a dummy :)

(20 Mar '13, 04:18) ru bis

@ru bis Simon Templeton is the nic of site owner and Templeton is the questioner, Simon avatar is a silhouette of a person , not a gravatar. Either way future readers of this question should also reflect on Cal's comment. "Go see Cal". http://goo.gl/ntvBj

(20 Mar '13, 04:26) ursixx

How is this spinning out of control? It's 2 different persons. lol Just similarity in names.

(20 Mar '13, 04:51) CalonLan

@ursixx i'm not sure i've understood what you mean, nevertheless thanks for the info

(20 Mar '13, 07:03) ru bis
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The law of attraction, hmm - i like to see it this way; George Soros, the man who broke the bank of england in 1992, based his brilliant financial career mainly on the phenomenon of reflexivity. In the dictionary the meaning for reflective is "directed back on itself". Wikipedia states that reflexivity refers to the circular relationships between cause and effect.

Money can be compared to the the flow of energy in the invisible world in as much that it's neutral and fluid and acts just as chi energy under the influence of the law of attraction, the law of duality if you prefer. Substituting chi by financial terms gives this;

"Reflexivity asserts that prices do in fact influence the fundamentals and that these newly-influenced set of fundamentals then proceed to change expectations, thus influencing prices, the process continues in a self reinforcing pattern . Because the pattern is self reinforcing markets tend towards disequilibrium. Sooner or later they reach a point where the sentiment is reversed and negative expectations become self-reinforcing in the downward direction thereby explaining the familiar pattern of boom and bust cycles."

ref; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflexivity_(social_theory)

have a nice day


answered 20 Mar '13, 03:50

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ru bis

edited 21 Mar '13, 01:40

I am going to make this easy for you. THE FEELING GETS THE BLESSING!!!

(20 Mar '13, 16:40) Tom

thanks for your insight @Tom ... yes living our lives in feelings of joy, peace, knowing, security, bliss, easiness and love :)

(21 Mar '13, 01:23) ru bis
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