Sunday, January 31, 2010

What is the force that triggers your reality?

(By Jim Francis)

It is the expectation, based on people’s belief system that enables the individual to manifest situations, events and material objects.

For example, if a person absolutely knows that they are naturally unlucky then they will never be able to successfully manifest “luck” events.

Expectation characterizes the belief system of the individual and portrays the innermost aspects of his or her personality. It represents the psychic building blocks from which the physical constructions will be successfully constructed.

Expectations are basically formed from your emotions. If you can develop “emotional excitement” about potential physical constructions (such as events) then you will find it much easier to manifest that which you desire.

Individuals who are temporarily “emotionally burnt out” will simply not be able to manifest in a satisfactory manner. In fact the reverse might happen. That is, events that you don’t want may materialize.

It is therefore vital that you keep in touch with your emotions and if you should feel yourself becoming emotionally “bogged down” then it is time to take a break from your everyday activities and give yourself time to recover. Seth* indicates that a person’s expectations are the result of their emotional heritage….and their own ability to understand and manipulate that heritage.

Each and every individual is constantly receiving a stream of inner data and the individual will accept data only that is in line with their personal expectations.

If a person wants to change their fate then mere desire is not enough…it is expectation that will cause the manifestation of desires into reality. It is actually expectation that triggers inner data into physical construction.

An expectation of success will encourage success, whereas an expectation of danger will attract dangerous circumstances to the individual.

Expectation is the force that triggers psychic realities into physical realities.

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