I wonder which of these resources is more effective, or ... should apply both?
asked 19 May '10, 11:58
You must have read about this from Illusions, the Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah, when Richard is trying to manifest the blue feather.
I think the technique, as outlined in the book, is a pretty good one. Certainly, I think it is helpful if you imagine yourself actually being with what you want to manifest. Also, as most people associate golden light with good things, that can't hurt either.
answered 19 May '10, 15:31
Vesuvius, you are wonderfully all-round!!! Thanks for this too.
(19 May '10, 17:26) MUHD
In fact, that's one of my favorite books .... but the allegory of the golden light I have read many times ...it is from different books and sources. Hence the question. Thanks
(19 May '10, 20:19) Robert
I think whichever feels best between the two will help speed up the process - whichever image you can give the most clarity to. If you can visualize both clearly, then I don't see an advantage in using one over the other.Anything you can do to feel good about the desire, will help speed up the physical manifestation.
answered 19 May '10, 12:12
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