Here Stingray tells me that he can live for ever.
I must ask, will he not die if a tree falls on him? Somebody shoots him? Will he not die if his car gets in an accident? If a lightning strikes him? If he finds himself in a cage occupied by a ferocious tiger?
And what if Stungray(somebody of equal powers of manifestation like Stingray) manifests that Stingray should die?
asked 23 Jun '10, 20:49
Simple answer to this one, AG...
There is no such thing as an accident
Everything that happens to you in every moment of every day is an exact vibrational match (thanks to the Law of Attraction) to the dominant thoughts you are thinking.
No exceptions, ever.
And, just to really throw the cat among the pigeons (as the saying goes), here's one of Abraham's most controversial (but completely true) sayings...
All death is suicide.
...which is a natural conclusion anyway if there is no such thing as an accident.
As for your comment about someone with equal powers of manifestation, I can assure you that there is nothing special about me at all other than a willingness to investigate and test these ideas with an open mind.
I've just been involved with this sort of stuff for at least the past 30 years or so. You can learn a few things in 30 years if you put your mind to it, you know :)
answered 23 Jun '10, 21:15
I am still skeptical. Can you change a physical law of the universe? Can you change that the earth rotates around the sun, and make it that the sun rotates around the earth instead? And while you are at it, can you double the length of day/night?
(23 Jun '10, 21:57) A G
You seem to be asking a different question now to the one you originally asked. Regarding this question, physical reality acts as a stable platform from which to focus. While it is possible to transcend any physical law, it is not probable that you would do so or have any desire from your broader self to do so. It defeats the purpose of this physical platform to have the physical laws changing on a whim.
(23 Jun '10, 23:11) Stingray
I agree with Stingray totally that there is no such thing as an accident. If we accept this as truth we start taking more responsibility for our lives and we pay more attention to what we think and feel
(23 Jun '10, 23:32) Drham
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