Such as better creativity, improved problem-solving skills, enhanced people skills, having a more attractive personality, etc.?

Is the process the same as that of manifesting physical things?

asked 21 Jan '10, 04:50

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Yes and the best thing is those are some of the easiest things to manifest because they are all shifts in consciousness.

The ancient initiates of Greece knew the Gods represented different sections of consciousness, one for intelligence, one for strength, one for agility and speed. You make a mental connection with what represents what you would like to be like, we do this unconsciously all the time, have you ever noticed people tend to be like those they idolize?

But this is a tuning thing and the God or person you imagine can exist or not that doesn't matter, what does matter is the representation of what you want. When you get scared you can imagine your self as someone like Robert Denero "Are you talking to me?" or maybe some great hero even Superman, what ever you want this changes your consciousness from fear to confidence just imagining yourself as someone with confidence.

Over shy and no confidence with dating ladies, maybe imagine you are Don Juan the worlds greatest lover guy. The possibilities are endless as far as the imagination can go.


answered 21 Jan '10, 09:18

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Wade Casaldi

edited 26 Jan '10, 06:43

This was just in my Master Key System lesson number 22

.17. Brain cells are constructed in the same way. The quality of the brain is governed by the state of mind, or mental attitude, so that if undesirable mental attitudes are conveyed to the subjective they will in turn be transferred to the body; we can therefore readily see that if we wish the body to manifest health, strength and vitality this must be the predominant thought.

.23. We know how to make any physical change in the body we desire, and having secured a working knowledge of the power of mind to this extent, we have come to know that there is practically no limitation which can be placed upon our ability to place ourselves in harmony with natural law, which is omnipotent.

To me, this means that whatever physical or mental feature we whish to see in ourselves, all we have to do is have the corresponding thoughts and feelings. As it says in paragraph 23, "there is practically no limitation", so yes, you can manifest mental and intangible things such as creativity.


answered 25 Jan '10, 22:03

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Michael 1

edited 25 Jan '10, 22:35

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All you respectibles passed your remarkes to creativity but creativity must have some thing close concern to ones own existance.Simply what we perform in our life that caractor is multy dimentionalas a man is in one tmie serves as father ,brother and etc but in diffrent phase he play diffrent role and now this is depending upon the man behind the gun and that is yuor own minds product or the way you behave .The net result is to fecilitate others life by doing right and possitve selection of vertues.


answered 05 Nov '10, 20:15

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