Bashar vs Abraham Hicks and excitmente

OBE (@jjcorrea) 8 years, 8 months ago

first – Why Bashar’s 3rd Law dosen’t match with Abraham HIcks???
second – How to get excited about something without create expectations???

Thanks

March 21, 2013 at 6:58 pm
Vteezy Living (33) (@groig22) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

2nd… be totally focused in the present, because then you will not be thinking of possible scenarios of the future based on what you’ve experienced in the past. while you’re not in the past or future all your brainpower will be used in making your decisions in the present making the present more aware and exciting.

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OBE (0) (@jjcorrea) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

@groig22, I’ve got the idea about live in the moment and blablabla….. But when Bashar says for exemplo “visualize” what u want ( right now, in this moment )…isn’t that a kind of expectation???? and can actually cause frustration because did not happened…

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Vteezy Living (33) (@groig22) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

i guess the best way i can explain this is that when he says to visualize what you want right now in this moment, he’s referring to visualizing a state of mind, because he comes from a point of view that what you see around you in your outward reality is illusions created from the energetic vibrations you create through your thoughts in your inner reality. All experiences, situations, scenarios, are neither good nor bad, yet however you judge them creates your perspective of them. your state of mind creates how you perceive the world around you so attract the best possible state of mind you can and you will not even need to worry about the world around you anymore. A good kind of way to actually do in day to day life this is whenever you have any kind of negative thought, acknowledge it and then change it to something positive, helps to rewire your brain.

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Dom (78) (@dominickjohn) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

Bashar – What you put out is what you get back.
Abraham – That which is like unto itself is drawn.

They seem like an exact match to me…. where’s the conflict?

And secondly, you’re defining expectations negatively, and therefore getting a negative effect from them. (Only get what you give, remember?)

Try this definition instead…

‘Expectations’… are my physical mind’s symbols for states of being. The actual outcome will almost never match these symbols, because the force that creates is ALWAYS more perfect than what my physical mind can imagine. There is always something larger, more brilliant in store. Now, or later.

Expectations are the representation of my lowest possibility in terms of bliss.

Now whenever you don’t get what you ‘expected’, you’ll always know something bigger, better, more brilliant is at work.

Enlightenment isn’t about the removal of negative things, but the positive integration of them. :)

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OBE (0) (@jjcorrea) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

@dominickjohn, I’ve got it, expections means doubt….thanxs!

About the conflit, Bashar’s third law says:

You get back what you put out ( I kind agree with that, makes perfect sense to me )

But if u YouTube what Abraham says when they asked about bad people ( ex.: Hitler ). She pretty much sad “doesn’t matter” . And when u die u choose what u want to do…

For example a person like Hitler could just choose what he want to do after life… In this case the third law doesn’t work, u got it???

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Dom (78) (@dominickjohn) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

@jjcorrea, Ah okay I see what your saying.

Understand being alive is a much different energy than being on the other side. Everything that happens in non-physical is almost instantaneous, because time is a physical illusion. Here on Earth it takes time for things to “get back” to us, and it feels as if there is something ‘out there’ rewarding or punishing us… some people call it Karma.

In non-physical however, there is no time. The idea of karma fulfills itself instantaneously. The mirror is real time. However long Hitler “got back” what he gave on Earth, was as long as he was in the moment willing to BE hateful, cruel, etc. At any turn he could stop and become loving, and get love back instead. If he wanted to be evil, then BOOM his heaven was evil.

“Doing what he wanted” does not mean he didn’t receive a reflection back of what he was ‘wanting’. It does show more free flowing and direct life is after death.

Explore lucid dreaming if you want to get a better idea of this concept.

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Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 8 years, 8 months ago ago

@jjcorrea, “first – Why Bashar’s 3rd Law dosen’t match with Abraham HIcks???”

Because they were made up by different people, with different beliefs and opinions.

“second – How to get excited about something without create expectations???”

How is this even a question? It’s as simple as it gets. Just be excited, and don’t cling to a projected outcome. If things don’t work out the way you planned, find out why and try again with a different approach.

The challenges are what makes life worth living.

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