Thanks, I think we are clarifying a lot here.Rokazulu wrote:If we weren't automatically supported we wouldn't exist.Alice wrote:Good point...so, follow your excitement and you'll be supported, but don't expect it...themaster wrote:somewhat
in you incantation of "follow your excitement" you forgot the little rules like with no expectations!
But at the same time he tells the surfer guy, "as part of All That Is, trust that you are automatically supported."
If an individual defines something as difficult, it will then be reflected in the reality. It can be actually really easy to have no expectations.
Elan explains it this way. Always expect the best. This might sound contradictory to Bashar's "No expectations" but it is not! Always when doing something that excites you, just expect that whatever outcome happens is the best outcome that could possibly happen for you at that time. Thus, even if you, lets say, lose a tournament. That was the best outcome that could have happened. Why? Because it will lead you to the next exciting thing.
Perhaps some stranger notices how well you handled defeat and wants you to make videos on how to control rage while playing video games. That is one example of a billion possible. You don't have to know why it is the best outcome but, rest assured it is, if you believe it is. Your state of being will then reflect the reality as you become supported in the most unexpected ways.
Yes, that is a metaphysical principle, to affirm "only good shall come from this."
So Bashar's "no expectations" is about not having a preconceived idea of results. We can still "expect a miracle" as he has said many times.
We just need to stay open to how it will manifest.
In a similar vein, Abraham says, "All is well and getting weller" and Adamus of Crimson Circle says, "All is well in all of creation."