Consider: Or is it to solve our problems great, and small?

asked 01 Dec '10, 02:39

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edited 01 Dec '10, 19:57

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I believe the system points the way to awakening - our awakening to the true nature of our abilities, and the reasons behind the phenomena we observe. It is about right thinking, and then what naturally follows is the manifestation of what we desire.

And with right thinking, problems either melt away or become irrelevant since we can transcend/change them.


answered 01 Dec '10, 16:08

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Making those discoveries is important. Thank you

(03 Dec '10, 07:09) Inactive User ♦♦

The short answer is no.

Manifestation is not about getting something from nothing. The problem lies with the assumptions behind the words, "something" and "nothing."

Let's say you could learn how to move a pencil with your mind. What would be more important, your ability to move the pencil, or what you learned about life and the Universe while gaining the ability?

"Do not try and bend the spoon. That's impossible. Instead, only try to realize the truth: there is no spoon. Then you will see it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself." - The Matrix.

It was an easy warm afternoon between rain-showers, sidewalks wet on our way out of town.

"You can walk through walls, can't you, Don?"


"When you say no to something I know is yes, that means you don't like the way I said the question."

"We certainly are observant, aren't we?" he said.

"Is the problem with walk or with walls?"

"Yes, and worse. Your question presumes that I exist in one limited place-time and move to another place-time. Today I'm not in the mood to accept your presumptions about me. "

I frowned. He knew what I was asking. Why didn't he just answer me straight and let me get on to finding out how he does these things?

"That's my little way of helping you be precise in your thinking," he said mildly.

"OK. You can make it appear that you can walk through walls, if you want. Is that a better question?"

"Yes. Better. But if you want to be precise..."

"Don't tell me. I know how to say what I mean. Here is my question. How is it possible that you can move the illusion of a limited sense of identity, expressed in this belief of a space-time continuum as your 'body,' through the illusion of material restriction that is called a 'wall'?"

"Well done!" he said. "When you ask the question properly it answers itself, doesn't it?"

-- Richard Bach: Illusions, the Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah


answered 01 Dec '10, 16:23

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edited 01 Dec '10, 16:34

I enjoyed reading your examples from Matrix, and Richard Bach. Good examples to learn from! Thank you for your answer.

(03 Dec '10, 07:15) Inactive User ♦♦

Just finished the book the other day. Over all, for me, the Master Key System was about the quality of our "being". The quality of our being will assist in manifesting.

The book mentions many things that we can become aware of to make our being better - source that flows through us, how to think better thoughts, how to become less effected by things, how to allow and remove resistance, etc.

I like the book becasue it was very high level. It wasn't specific to making lots of money or having exactly what you want, but more on how to be right now, with what you have, to always point you in a better direction that is infinite.


answered 01 Dec '10, 17:25

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I also like the book, and it is the Master key that will help us to learn how to appreciate who we are, and what we are, and it is about us getting to know our self in a more divine way. Thank you for your answer.

(03 Dec '10, 07:26) Inactive User ♦♦
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