Thursday, 2 July 2009

What's vibrating?

In this week's Lilac Master I am trying to address this feeling of "nothing is moving in my life" -
Some people have noticed that things are quick to materialze these days - and some have not.
It is all about the following:
it is fact that humanity and science is slowly coming to the realization that thought does actually create reality - this is actually no longer in that much dispute - what is under scrutiny is the difference is pace of its occurance..
There is a simple explanation for this - and that depends on any one person's belief and understanding of the concept of how creation occurrs.
We, as a species, are slowly realizing that we have more say in creation than at first thought.
It is a matter of vibration:
Your thought and actions produce vibration - and when this thought is accompanied by emotion and "meets up" with a similar vibration in the universe - VOILA!! - a match is made and creation happens.

I have decided to send out an disribution email that consists of a bunch of quotes - and nothing that looks like the norm:

Happiness comes first. Partners, abundance, and cool shoes come later.

it's supposed to be easy. Everything is supposed to be easy. Everything is easy. You live in a dream world. You're surrounded by illusions. And the illusions change when you change your thinking!

Very simply, the more that you accept responsibility for something, the more power you have.

You only ever have to do what you're capable of doing, because by design, no matter how things appear, you'll always have enough time to do it, you'll do even better than you would have thought, and life will get even richer than you could have imagined.

One must let go, in order to be free.

Brilliant, civilization-changing ideas are a dime a dozen. Physically taking action to implement them, however, beginning with baby steps that seem to accomplish very little, is what gets the crowds screaming..


Jacques Ractliffe
(Douglasdale/Sandown, Johannesburg, RSA)
Skype ID = jacquesr123

The greatest gift that you could ever give another is the gift of your expectation of their success.

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