I've never heard Bashar addressing this "before you go to sleep" exercise.snape wrote: ↑Sat Jul 07, 2018 10:44 pmLight Warrior wrote: ↑Sat Jul 07, 2018 10:10 pmJust to chime in, I noticed this same exact thing. I've been following bashars general advice of just follow your excitement and this does work, but if you're after something specific, it's going to be very slow. As a matter of fact, I followed bashars advice solely for the past 5 years and nothing was really happening (as far as specific goals).
The reason why is this, you're always thinking about something at any given moment, if you "let it go" you're probably going end thinking thoughts that reinforce your current reality (which is not good).
I was about to give up on this because it didn't seem like it was working (5 years is a long time). I was on a mission to figure out if there is any evidence of this being BS or not. Then I got a book called "The Spontaneous Healing Of Belief" by Greg Braden who is a scientist who has spent several years connecting the two and how to actually make it work.
Then Greg Braden mentioned the teachings of Neville Goddard, and that's when things started to get real . Neville makes it very simple,
1) You must act as if you are already in the outcome, you must "live in the outcome" as if it was real in the present (I actually have 2 recordings of Bashar saying a similar thing).
2) When you go to sleep at night, imagine the outcome as if it was real, do this every night.
(You can find most of Nevilles stuff for free on Youtube, it really does work if you follow it exactly. He's been teaching this since the 1930's)
To make a long story short, I did this and in 7 day's I got what I wanted (which I couldn't get in the last 5 years) it was mind-blowing and I am 1000% sure it was because of this since I've done this multiple times now and the results are consistent.
Here is a guy who was actually a student of Neville and used his teachings for years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCYZxeWuO34
I know bashar says that some messages he try's to convey get's lost in translation, I think this is one of them. I think bashar means don't think of what you want but live as if it has already happened and forget about the thought of it. "do the things you would do if the reality was true for you at present" and that's Bashar own words that he uttered in the 7 Laws Of Manifestation recording.
haha nice but still according to bashar teachings whether you imagine it before you sleep or not its the same
maybe it happened because you believe it,,,now you see i believe bashar about permission slips and now i cant believe a "ritual" that is the problem
No one ever said a "ritual"l is the problem. I was simply describing Neville's methods which has been proven to work as he has 1000's of testimonials, so much so that he turned the testimonials into books.
"Never go to sleep without a request to your subconscious."--Thomas Edison
We have 50,000-70,000 thoughts per day and if you're not monitoring them the majority of those thoughts are going to be negative.
Even judging from your reply, you seem to have a half glass empty type of personality and that alone could be your problem.
I think you're failing to see the point, doing the sleeping exercise INCONJUCTION to the imaginal exercise when your about to go to sleep makes the effect more powerful.
Why? because the last thought that you hold in your mind prior to sleep get translated to the subconscious mind: https://www.inc.com/benjamin-p-hardy/th ... -and-.html
So if it's true that we need to hold the image in our mind via imagination, then it's pretty obvious that doing this exercise is extremely powerful since your mind will be holding this image for 8 hours (assuming you sleep that long) thus speeding up the results.
Also, what I find bizarre & funny is you dismiss Neville's exercise (which has 100's of recent testimonials despite him already being dead since 1972) without evening trying them but you believe Bashar without any proof on this particular subject