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I found a new way to go from what is to what I want

It was kind of a challenge for me, my coach drew my attention to this: I’m trying not to invalidate what-is, but then I don’t ask myself, how I want it to be, thus not opening this door to how it can be.

It’s like, when I was asking myself, what I want it to be, I was feeling like betraying the now, finding fault in it. And I didn’t want this feeling (either of it) to be there. I wanted to “be happy with what is and eager for more”, in somehow harmonious way.

And now I think I found a beautiful bridge: I’m asking on what is “How did it update my preferences?”

Then it feels like improvement, and there is in it ‘thank you’ to what is, and I can enjoy what-is, together with the feeling of this growing alignment and happiness into the future. Of this wonderful unfolding and happy flowing forward, being appreciative in the now.

I feel that there is more to it, and this is also a good feeling: that I can go and be with it more, and its beautiful nature will be unfolding to me as I work pleasure with it.

Happy day :)

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Just choose

I came to see 9 principles Bashar mentions, the 9 unlimited powers we hold. They are:

1. Perceive
2. Choose
3. Act
4. Experience
5. Reflect
6. Learn
7. Grow
8. Transcend
9. Forget (the outdated, so that we could move forward)

Many things impressed me in this, but especially that immediately after “Perceive” there’s “Choose”: we see something? We immediately discern, if that’s what we prefer, and immediately choose, which vibration we now step into.

No going into “why I deserved this”, no doubting, if we deserve better, no “why I attracted this in the first place”, no arguing with the circumstances – just choosing, which vibration we prefer now, based on perceiving this experience and observing our feelings, and stepping into this vibration, now.

Sounds similar to what AH said, to immediately discern and “give our undivided attention” to the vibration we prefer.

I am choosing it now.

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A different wholeness, a different balance

I was in a course these days, teaching some interesting inner work: I was being each of three me I found, it gave interesting perspectives.

During the process, what one of those me asked another, was to light a candle and be there, all three of us. (I also felt it could be applicable in Morning Pages.)

Then when that course part ended, I came to my table, and realized I have there an arrangement of three candles. I thought, wow how symbolic, and I lighted them all, and I was feeling this union, how each of us is herself, and our union, of those who each has her own viewpoint, strength, view of life.. Beautiful feeling.

AND (those who know me more, know I use that instead of ‘but’ – Bashar suggested it and I loved it) when the candles were extinguished, I had an unpleasant feeling – that those me, what, extinguished?

And then I realized, that we are (ok, I am) taught always to be in balance, wholeness, providing “the two parts of the coin” – to compare pluses and minuses of a situation, to see “bad and good,” right? “To embrace both sides of life,” you know.

But then I realized, that those sides we (I) can choose ourselves.

For example: I remember it distinctly, that Esther was told by Abraham not to be upset about bad feeling book reviews, but then not to pay too much attention to the good feeling reviews, either, as it was a complex (at least that’s how I understood it then – that it was because it was a complex, bound together, two sides of the same coin, which was dependence in others’ opinions. I don’t remember what exactly was told by AH – and then again, if each new moment we are in a new reality – then there is a new AH even in the past now, and nothing can be certain, nor that it should be).

But now I felt-and-thought, that we could just choose other two sides of the coin, and then we could enjoy them all!

In case for the candles, instead of two sides as:
(1) when the candle is lighting, my parts are alive, and
(2) when the candle is not, my part is not –

I could choose the following two sides:

(1) when the candle is lighting, I can feel this externalized (and internal, a union of external and internal) being me, symbolicness of it, and
(2) when the candle extinguishes, the parts of me are just internal, or they show up symbolically in something else, maybe in the whole world.

You see?

And with Esther, what if instead of the following two sides:
(1) there’re people who love her books
(2) there’re people who don’t love their books

instead she could choose the following, for example:
(1) there’re people who love her books – as readers
(2) she on her side loves her books – both as reader and writer (I certainly know the pleasure of both sides :))

Isn’t it much more powerful and enjoyable? And then it would open like a fractal, like a flower, developing itself further! What an exciting perspective!

And it’s done with this simple shift, of where to have the wholeness, the balance.

When on the next day of the course I shared this insight, the course trainer told me, it sounds like, in a very soft organic way, disassembling <something> (I don’t remember exactly her words, something like maybe point of view, or state, or me, or something), and then reassembling it anew, in a way that serves me more.

Slight difference, great change – all as I love. :)
Thank you for being with me in this. :)

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What helps me to handle others’ opinion

when I feel I’m ..not becoming happier with it.

The thought that helps me, is:

“I’m tempted to take into my focus as my point of view a perceived by me someone’s opinion.. that doesn’t even feel like my Source would confirm it (because it feels bad), so it’s not even serving for me to think that.”

And then I’m not trying to release the temptation, I can simply observe.

“I’m tempted to”, by the way, is a wonderful tool, recommended by Eloheim & The Councils:


(“Eloheim & Levels of Creating”: video)

And what helps you?

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Next stage to Bashar’s Triple A

In the Allowance seminar, Bashar spoke about three stages, three components of Triple A formula:

1. Acknowledge
2. Appreciate
3. Allow

I spoke about my perception of these stages in the “Orgasmic” book (on the right). And I used it so.. and now I feel there’s the next stage of it for me added,

4. Love

It is like using it. It is a beautiful feeling. Being happy and having it all.

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A new book for you, an orgasmic one :)

Olgasmic, the book

If you provide your answer, on how to turn thoughts into orgasmic ones, that would be wonderful!

It’s a title of my new book, just released:

“How to Turn
Any Rising Thought
Into an Orgasmic One:

How to Let a Rising Thought Be More Effective, Efficient,
Nurturing You With Pleasure”

Here’s the book description:

So you found a better feeling thought… What’s next?
Wouldn’t it be nice to milk it for more?
Wouldn’t it be flowing, from one good feeling thought to get to fly in beautiful alignment?
Wouldn’t it be sweet, to align easily, happily, in a delicious flow?
Wouldn’t it be benefiting you, to come to a higher frequency, while you’re enjoying the process?
Wouldn’t it be fun, to be aligning simply (but interestingly)?
The book will tell you how to do it, evoking in you some profound thinking, recognizing, realizing. Thoughts that will feel even better, and a vibration that is much higher, and a happiness ocean, flowing in you (or you basking in it).

See you in the book! :)

And what are your discoveries in working with your thoughts?

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Simple question, powerful answer

I heard in Bashar’s seminar today (the “Cybo”), that addictions come when we feel not our true power, so it gives us the feeling of us being more powerful than we think we are, or we’re running this way in fear to feel not powerful enough – I guess, then it provides distraction.

I do have what I see as an addiction – reading fantasy books.

And today, when feeling the desire to go into a book, I simply asked myself (with no insistence, no blaming, no making myself do anything else): “If I knew now I’m powerful, what would I be doing?”

And as an answer I suddenly did something, that was truly big for me. For one day for sure. :)

Of course, it is Mars suddenly going direct, and the New Moon with all the great possibilities opening.

Or is it? :)

Simple question, powerful effect. Slight difference – big change. I love when it happens. :)

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“Screw finding your passion”?

Just found this article Screw finding your passion by Mark Manson, and I thought, Yes! :)

Not in the sense of passion being not important, of course.

In the sense that “finding the passion”, on my opinion, is another way to “set the circumstances in such a way that I could observe them and be happy.”

When I’m sure, it works the other way: we’re getting happy (aligning), and then our passion finds us, we just get the impulse to do something, and when we’re doing it, it’s a pleasure.

Better said, then life itself becomes a passion. Halleluja. :)

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Day 4 in NaNoWriMo :: it comes by itself

I thought after such an effort at night (to finish doing all I felt I better be finishing then) I would feel like wanting to do nothing now, like I felt on day 2, but no, instead I feel like.. grown up. Like in the end of an exam session in the University, when I was feeling I can learn so much more now!

Maybe the difference is in a stage: a stage of a chaos in the system, or a stage when it went to the higher order. Bill Harris explained these stages:

“Dissipative structures flourish in unstable, fluctuating environments by
being plastic enough to handle the variations and changes in such
environments. The more ordered and complex a system becomes, the more
entropy it must dissipate in order to maintain its existence. Conversely,
each system has an upper limit, due to its level of complexity, of how much
entropy it can dissipate. This is a key point. If the fluctuations from the
environment increase beyond that limit, the system, unable to disperse
enough entropy into its environment, begins to become internally more
entropic, or chaotic.

If the excessive fluctuations continue, the chaos eventually becomes so
great that the system begins to break down until finally a point is reached
where the slightest nudge can bring the whole system grinding to a halt.

This point, which Prigogine called a bifurcation point — bifurcate means
to divide into two branches — is a decision point, a moment of truth.
Either the system totally breaks down and ceases to exist as an organized
system or it spontaneously reorders itself in an entirely new way.
Incredibly, this reorganization is non-causal and non-linear with what
went before — it is in no way predictable from prior conditions. Only the
probability of a certain outcome can be determined. The change is a true
quantum leap, a death and re-birth, and the main characteristic of the new
system is that it has the capability to handle the fluctuations, the input
from the environment, that caused the initial overwhelm and eventual
break-down of the old system. In Prigogine’s words, the system “escapes
into a higher order.”

Out of chaos comes a new order, a more evolved system. This new system has
a new stability and is able to more easily exist in the previously
overwhelming high fluctuation environment. But if fluctuations increase
again to a level beyond the system’s new and higher capacity for dispersion
of entropy, the process will repeat, resulting in new internal chaos and
another reorganization at a new and yet more evolved level.

The human brain is the ultimate dissipative structure, constantly taking in
energy and matter from the environment, constantly dispersing entropy. We
are able to handle amazing amounts of fluctuation from the environment,
encountering all kinds of new ideas, stimuli, and events, handling them
without threat to the system.

But if fluctuations reach a certain critical point, different for each
individual, we begin to feel overwhelmed and become less and less able to
deal with increased environmental input. Eventually, the system (our mental
construct of “what is”) is forced either to break down or to reorganize at
a higher, more evolved level. The process goes something like this: first
things make sense; then, as chaos increases, they no longer make sense any
more; finally, after reorganization, they make sense again, but in a whole
new way, never before imagined.

It is easy to see from the foregoing discussion that certain types of
people will be more likely to reach this “moment of truth” — what Abraham
Maslow called “peak experience” — and give themselves the chance of
“escaping into a higher order.” Those who constantly open themselves to new
ideas and experiences and who are not afraid of feeling a bit overwhelmed
once in a while are more likely to have this type of peak experience and
are therefore more likely to evolve.”

So I’m probably in a higher order now. I do feel like I am capable for more now. Great! :)

In the beginning it felt like writing, quickly, without editing, and I was doubting, if I ever want to stop, go back and edit, ever. And here I am wanting to edit more than to write something new, and what’s delicious for me now, is to write the details of what was only given as a trail, a trajectory, to give it a flesh, to get the juicy details in it, to milk it for more taste, for richer taste.

And I couldn’t see it coming.

It reminds me of Bashar’s “trusting the highest excitement”, about that girl who didn’t always want to do the cleaning for her animals:


(“Bashar – Trusting Your Joy”: video)

It also reminds me the Hero’s Journey in it all: because it’s a journey, and also because I remember that special part of the Hero’s Journey, “just before the dawn”, when it seems the darkest and the goal achievement seems absolutely impossible. And then it does come. Like my editing. :)

It’s a delicious home to be in, my writing, my communicating with the book, being in this space. I’m glad I’m here.

And here’s a video that explained to me why I was intuitively rejecting counting the words:


(“Abraham Hicks 2015 – It’s all about the energy and the energy leads to action”: video)

Taking score!! This is what counting words is! One more confirmation that it’s good (for me) to listen inside. :)

P.S. I’m writing it at the end of the day. Two editings (I mean, in two books) are done. But what I felt in the beginning of the day, that I’m ready – I felt it only when I wasn’t really approaching to do the physical stuff. The physical took me again, releasing it, agreeing, that I do nothing today.

Then 3am, I was called in. Feeling fulfilled now, letting myself speak, in a way that is approved by me now.

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Answers :: How to handle a challenging situation?

To a question “My toddler drives me crazy and throws me out of alignment every day despite best efforts. Where am I going wrong?”, my answer:

I agree with @Stingray.. and disagree :)

I agree about doing the processes that align you, and I myself have the whole book about that “Unhurtable” ..even process, rather than notion.

I disagree about “giving buttons” and “becoming unhurtable forever”. Same as I disagree about looking for reasons of your situation. Because all that moves your focus away from just aligning and finding Your answers using Your inner GPS, Your inner guidance.

How about – this is just a stream, one of those you consist of (as each your desire forms one), and you’re just in the stage of it being expanded (by itself, for life’s and your sake) and not yet harmonized (by you).

(In projection to what AH teach, similar to step one and step three.)

So all you need to (want to) do is just seeking relief in every moment you feel not in harmony. Seeking relief by looking for a thought that lets you feel better in the situation you’re in.

As AH say, “Don’t seek improvement, don’t seek solution, just seek relief.”

What will happen, it will change your state in the stream, you might be even able to enjoy that same situation! And then the whole situation will change, as the every-moment-updated expression of your energy, of the ratio of harmonization in this your stream of this specific desire.

And you will be able to live in the current moment, not trying to solve the situation forever, just harmonizing in your every moment in the stream you find the most touching you then, or at all.

Why I disagree with looking for reasons – as AH say, “it’s a bottomless pit”. In every situation you will look for the “reasons” in that situation, when actually the “reason” is one: the pre-harmony (I prefer this title) in a great, exciting, satisfying stream of one of your deliciousest desires, found this way to express itself. That’s it. When you harmonize, it will find the way to express the harmony.

Why I disagree with “giving buttons” – because it looks blaming you and, more important, making you try to solve this “weakness”. Instead of harmonizing and praising your sensitivity in Feedback about your Emotional stance and your beliefs. When you align, it will become observable and rather simple.

And why I disagree with “seeking becoming unhurtable forever” – because you have a life to live, many lives to live, and your streams will expand, yielding for you new heights of happiness, – but in the beginning, when they expand, the pre-harmony will be finding its way to express itself, and you may spend a life in trying to “wrestle it to the ground and kill it, forever”, or you may just seek relief – the simplest, surest way to harmonize, and live currently, presently, enjoyingly, in every newly coming moment.

Be happy. :) You have all the reasons to.

By the way, you could take “Where am I going wrong?” as the first thought you will find a thought that feel better, from. I would probably recommend you not to go for big processes, at least at first, as they may too resemble “wrestling it to the ground and killing it forever”, trying to fix the situation in order to feel better, I would recommend simple small steps, like here. Good feeling to you. :)

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