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I have become attached to the set goal


Question:

I am finding it really hard to get my goal out of my head as well as the techniques involved. I know that it’s the excitement I feel for the training that does this, but everything keeps spinning in my head.

Could you help me please?

 

Thank you.

 

Reply

Goodmorning XXXXX


Look, the worst way to get a thought out of your head is by trying to eliminate it… The best thing to do is to occupy your self with other things; before you even realise it, your attention will be centred on something else.
What is happening is that a part of you is yearning for the goal while another part is whispering that it may not happen, and this is confusing you. It is also making the part of you that yearns for the goal to dominate on the part that is putting doubts in your mind.

Want to know how it tries to impose itself? Firstly, by continuously reminding you of your goal and secondly, by declaring to the part that doubts you: “look I found a new, powerful system that will manifest my goal”. Thus, this part of you becomes excited because it can finally impose itself on the doubt you have inside through continuously bringing the goal to your mind.
I suggest that you carry out the exercise of lesson 2 again, the ‘convergence of psychic powers” and try to get close to this part of you that doubts you and the attainment of your goals as well.
Aim to get this part to become conscious and integrate it in your system. You will realise your success once you have carried out the exercise: you will notice that you’re not thinking of your goal as much because your internal trust will have improved…
As we have already mentioned, the fact that you are thinking of your goal now is not ideal; nevertheless you shouldn’t let this get you down…The protocol is very powerful and this is its very purpose: to create a thought-form (containing the attainment of your goal) that is so powerful that it cannot be influenced even by opposing thoughts, not yours nor others’.

The best thing, at this initial stage at least, is to avoid thinking about your goal as much as possible. I say this despite the fact that I’m not aware of your exact situation, because usually what happens is that if one thinks about their goal when they’re not in a session they tend to do so with a little dose of “wanting-yearning”. This energetically transmits the signal that “I don’t have the goal” i.e. you identify yourself with its lack without even realising it…


All the best with your attainments!









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