Here's something fun. Site Pal has a free demo to create avatars. You will see an animated woman or man on the screen. You can choose the voice, language and effect. Type in your request and then click "Say It." I typed in:
You have won a million dollars.
You are a powerful creator.
All is well.
I tried a few of the voices and liked Fiona and Grace. There's also a link to create your own free talking character.
This is a very playful deliberate creating tool! Did you try it?
Thursday, March 11, 2010
As I send out my desires to this loving Universe, they are fully created. They call to me in the good feelings of joy and love in all of it's magical forms. Today I listen. I walk the path that feels the best to me right here and now, trusting that as I do, I enter the realm of the living Spirit that creates all that is. The things to do, be and have are only a means for me to experience who I truly am, a spiritual being having this physical experience. By choosing this path, I choose who I truly am.
All is well.
And so it is.
The most fundamental level is this: When we talk about the idea of acting on your joy to the best of your ability we mean in every given moment on anything. It doesn't have to be a career thing, but they're connected. So, in other words, if right now out of all the options you have when you leave this discussion with us. Out of all of the options you have available to you that you could choose to do. If you look at all the options and you realize that simply taking a walk or driving your car or calling a friend is the most exciting thing out of all the options -- that's the thing to do. Just because it's the most exciting. You don't need a reason why. It's the excitement that tells you that's the next thing you need to do.
And, here's the other level: It's the excitement in the simple things that tells you what simple things are actually connected to the bigger things that excite you. And will actually get you there in what may seem to be a round about manner, but by following the excitement is actually the shortest, fastest, straightest path.
So, every moment, if you simply choose the thing that excites you the most at that moment -- out of all the things that you have available to you that you have the best ability to actually take action on -- do it. Take action on that thing. When you can take action on that thing no further, look around for the next most exciting thing you have the greatest ability to take action on and do that. Whatever it is. Even if it doesn't seem connected to anything else, do it. Because the excitement tells you it is connected.
Now. Once you start doing that, once you get into that pattern, you will sensitize yourself to the idea of excitement. You'll become a better sensor for the concept of what does excite you and what doesn't. And you won't create so many things to consider before you will simply be willing to take action on your excitement.
Not only because of that, not only because you become a better sensor of it, but also because you begin to understand the principle that excitement is it's own self-contained kit and it's own driving engine. When you act on your excitement to the best of your ability every moment, you begin to experience synchronistically that the exciting thing you're doing actually contains all of the things you actually need to consider. And what it doesn't contain, you don't need to consider.
It's a self-contained kit that always perpetuates more of the same -- more excitement -- and brings with it the things that actually are important for you to look at in that process of continuing and expanding your excitement.
So, what doesn't come with it isn't part of that kit and has no business taking time in your life.
Bashar: Finding your Highest Excitement, YouTube
Bashar is a multi-dimensional being from our future channeled by Darryl Anka. Bashar is a wise and very loving being who talks about reality creation and related topics with energy and humor. Copyright Darryl Anka.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
The most valuable skill or talent that you could ever develop is that of directing your thoughts toward what you want -- to be adept at quickly evaluating all situations and then quickly coming to the conclusion of what you most want -- and then giving your undivided attention to that. There is a tremendous skill in deliberately directing your own thoughts that will yield results that cannot be compared with results that mere action can provide.
Abraham-Hicks, Excerpted from the book "Money and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Health, Wealth and Happiness"
I love that with Abraham's information there is no need for introspection. No need to spend any time remembering or understanding where a disturbing, unpleasant thought came from. All I need to know is what I want.
Deliberate creating is meant to be easy and I appreciate short cuts. I've posted many that I've found and now have a new one.
About a week ago I had several experiences happen within two or three days that stirred up an old, stuck cluster of beliefs and feelings from very early childhood when I was one or two.
As I worked with my thoughts I was riding an emotional roller coaster through fear, worry, anger and stress -- all the time using the deliberate creating tools I like and moving the feelings around -- just not getting to a stable place. Probably in answer to something I had been asking Abe for -- I discovered something new for myself.
I carried a black and white school composition book around with me for two or three days. Whenever I had a distressing thought or feeling I noted the time, then wrote down a few words that described it, then a few words of what I wanted.
It could be like this:
I want to feel and be free
I want the problem to be worked through with good will and cooperation
or like this:
sick to my stomach
I want to feel and be safe
I want relief from pressure
I listened inside and wrote whatever I felt as often as I felt it. At the beginning I would put the composition book down and then pick it up quickly to write more. This process helped me focus on what I was feeling exactly and to clarify what I wanted. It didn't have to be elegant, just honest.
Each time I wrote I moved my thinking along a bit more and I could feel the relief of having some distance from the unpleasantness. I know these techniques work so I wasn't stuck anymore, just moving along. I also knew that when I said what I wanted the Universe answered, "YES!"
I still used my other techniques when I felt the urge, but really appreciate the ease and speed of changing thoughts and energy using this technique -- after about two or three days I got into a stable positive frame of mind and didn't need to use it all the time. It's in my toolbox though and I'm in a new place that's a lot more fun.
As for me, I've put the trigger situations in the loving hands of the Universe. As I have to write letters or make calls or talk to someone in person, I list any concerns and what I want to happen beforehand and am having very positive experiences.
Above all, instead of feeling off balance by outside conditions as I go toward resolutions, I feel calm and am standing on the solid ground of the Well-Being that flows in me and through me.
We want you to relax into the rhythm of your life. And we want to work on feeling the perfection of where you stand. And we want you to make peace with where you are, this glorious vantage point that has been honed from what you've lived that helps you understand clearly where you are going. But we want you to make peace with the journey between where you are and where you are going because the satisfaction of life is on that path.
Abraham-Hicks Workshop, West Los Angeles, CA, 1/31/04B
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For artists, I would think drawing or making a collage would work as well as writing.
For related posts you might like to browse the Deliberate Creating Toolbox label for posts like:
10 ways to turn downstream to Well-Being
Abraham-Hicks: 10 life-changing benefits of pivoting
Abraham-Hicks -- look for the positive aspect