Feeling It Real

I was quaffing a few black and tans with my disk golf buddies, Alon and Rob, last Friday after 18 (is it holes or baskets?). Friday was a perfect summer day, low 80's, low humidity for an August afternoon. The black and tan (half Guinness and half Harp) pints seemed perfect after disk golf.

We were having a little metaphysical conversation (can you believe it, no Cubs, Sox or Bears talk). We got talking about how so many people get the law of attraction information on an intellectual level. People know pretty much how to respond when a situation comes up if asked. But what we were wondering, how many people actually feel it.

And that's really the thing isn't it? The information is pretty easy to understand. It takes awhile, but sooner or later we get it. But the big leap comes in feeling it. That's where the real work comes in. At first it's work, but with practice, your new reality starts to shine through.

Instead of your emotions running you, you find that you run your emotions. You start take note what emotion you're feeling and know intellectually that you can change it. Then you start to feel your way to a better emotion with your inner dialogue.

But the next step is feeling your Higher Self. This is the biggest step and most rewarding. Just know that there is this larger part of you that is pure positive energy. Meditation on a daily basis is a good way to start. Another way is to start thinking how your Higher Self would feel about a mundane task, like washing the dishes or mowing the grass. Remember, feel it.

Once you can feel your Higher Self as yourself, you can start letting tasks go to this larger part of you. Knowing that your Higher Self has your back so to speak, you can bask in the glow that is you. But how do you do this? You know, let tasks go. I would start out easy. Here is an example I used at first. I have this
cribbage game app on my iPhone. Cribbage is a card game I learned as a kid. After a hand is dealt you discard and then a card is turned up out of the deck. I would put out what card I wanted to turn up that I thought would help me. I pretty much won 50% of the time against the phone app. So I changed my strategy. I decided that I just wanted to win. I would let my Higher Self take over. So I quit thinking what card I wanted to turn up. I didn't even care what my hand was. Next thing I know I'm winning 90% of the time. I when I do lose it's by less than 10 points out of 121 to win. A lot of times I'm skunking (winning by more than 30 points) the app.

Starting small and feeling your Higher Self work through you, gives you the confidence that there actually is a Higher Self. Because let's face it, this is where the leap of faith comes in. The more leaps you make the easier they become. And the reward is worth it.

How Hard is it to Become a Superbeing

There used to be a website called Spiritweb.org. It started in 1994 (back in the dial up days). Spiritweb was run by Rene Muller. It was a site that branded itself as: Comprehensive Web-Site Promoting Spiritual Consciousness. And comprehensive it was. It covered so many different topics and was a wealth of knowledge to the would be seeker. In 2002 Rene abruptly closed the site down. In that time no website has created the resources equal to Spiritweb.org. Luckily someone was able to piece together and archive the old Spiritweb.org site. You can find it here.

So yesterday I went to the archived Spiritweb.org site and read an article from Omni channeled by John Payne. The article is called 'Living as the Master'. In the article one paragraph stood out to would be Superbeings.

Choosing to live as the Master does not mean that you have to be perfect from day one. It simply means that you are willing to learn and to grow. That you are willing to keep your heart open in situations that you may normally close it, and withdraw into emotional pain, anger or resentment. You can practice being the Master, and you can have fun doing it. Spiritual growth does not need to be a serious business. A Master is only serious in intent, not in demeanor. Life was meant to be joyful, and joy is a divine quality, a soul quality, so you can choose to bring that quality of joy into everything you do. Are you willing to let go of the seriousness concerning your spiritual growth? Are you ready to be playful, laugh at yourself and to have a giggle at life and its playful challenges?

I like it because it shows that being a Superbeing is in the intent. Once you have the intention intoned from the above paragraph, you can only grow in that direction. You came in this world to mix it up. Of course you're going to make what we may call mistakes. That's the contrast part. But being a Superbeing is allowing your Higher Self through, at least enough in the beginning, to not take things so hard. To laugh at what you may consider foibles. With your Higher Self there are no foibles. Just mixing it up as your spirit experiences the earth dimension.

You can find 'Living as the Master'