I practice Ho'oponopono...one of the main precepts of which is that letting go to inspiration from our Divine aspect, isViaGateway99 wrote: ↑Tue Jul 10, 2018 5:12 pmI will certainly look into it. The reason I am not all that for specific control is because Bashar said that the specific things we want may actually not be what we need and in some cases may be greatly problematic for us but trusting the higher mind knows what we need and just following the current will take us exactly where we want to go. For some reason whenever I have tried to specifically control stuff it usually doesn't end up as good as I thought it would and feels like something was missing. Maybe that's because I left out the higher mind and tried to control it whereas when I let the energy flow things often turn out amazing.
I will have to look into Neville's methods anyway since I haven't heard of him before and if his methods are as successful as you say then that would be very interesting.
Can you post me where to get started with his work?
far superior to intention. Getting to zero point, the void, beyond the mind, is what Ho'oponopono is about.
However, I think that as B says, it's not this or that, but this and that. We can have our intentions/desires and still be aware
that what we can conceive with our limited mind, is but a shadow of what is possible for our Higher Mind.
B also says that surrender is actually taking control. I don't think any of the sources discussed here is actually at odds with any
other. They are all pieces of the puzzle, they all fit in the bigger picture.