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    Hey guys I have been experimenting with telling myself the following it
    Releases chunks of stuff so quickly and I feel amazing
    Just say to urselves I want Nothing I need nothing there is nothing to get outside myself
    There is nothing I want nothing outside myself can make me happy or feel good and so on
    Very powerful try it and let me know why not just go str8 to the end state which is wanting nothing.
    I figured out the other day that after we have it all we will want nothing why not go there right now.

    Things have manifested within the last few days just from thinking these thoughts all day and the great thing is
    I don't even care it's like yeh whatever I love it

  • #2
    Hi yoyoyo!

    Wonderful! Now see if you can find where the outside ends and you begin. Or where you end and the outside begins. There is no separation, no space between what you think you are inside and and anything you think is outside. That which you are includes everything anyone might possibly want. So what is there to want?


    Delilah
    www.theaccordcenter.net

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    • #3
      I totally get it wow, from reading yourself post and continuing this I want nothing thing I had a huge realisation.

      That I AM EVERYTHING, I AM ALL MEN, BOYS AND GUYS I AM ALL GIRLS, WOMEN AND FEMALES, I AM EVERYBODY, SO HOW CAN I WANT ANYTHING OR ANYONE. WOW. I GET IT NOW
      I THINK MUCH MORE POWERFUL AFFIRMAITONS ARE I AM EVERYBODY AND EVERYTHING.

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      I totally get it wow, from reading yourself post and continuing this I want nothing thing I had a huge realisation.

      That I AM EVERYTHING, I AM ALL MEN, BOYS AND GUYS I AM ALL GIRLS, WOMEN AND FEMALES, I AM EVERYBODY, SO HOW CAN I WANT ANYTHING OR ANYONE. WOW. I GET IT NOW
      I THINK MUCH MORE POWERFUL AFFIRMAITONS ARE I AM EVERYBODY AND EVERYTHING.

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      • #4
        Yes yoyoyo! That's what Lester discovered. He dedicated himself to revealing this to all of us. These is no I, me, my. There is no separation. There is only The All There Is, Beingness. Lester talks about this a lot. You can hear this in nearly every single thing he says. That is what is meant when he says we are that which we seek.


        Delilah
        www.theaccordcenter.net

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        • #5
          Yes this makes you feel very comfortable in dropping the want... Also wondering where you end and outside begins confuses the mind and it shuts down putting you in charge of releasing whatever needs to be released

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          • #6
            Isn't wanting Nothing a want in itself?

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            • #7
              yeah you want nothing. its like wanting everything just the opposite, like wanting approval/disapproval xD i guess its her way to let go. i never got too much luck with those other ways of letting go, if i just dont let it go the way hale or someone else asks me im trying to control the process or something.

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              • #8
                Hi AndyM!

                Can you welcome wanting to figure this out? And then let go of wanting to figure this out?

                When wanting anything, if we welcome the want we are using the 2nd most fundamental way to let go.

                The question, "Could you allow yourself to want nothing?" is one of an infinite number of ways to use the mind to go beyond the mind. It's a great question if it supports a release. If it doesn't support a release then just let the question go. Sometimes certain questions aren't the right questions in a particular moment. But then in another moment it is the perfect question to support a release.

                Ex: Also, try, "Can you remember the last time you wanted something or nothing? That can be even just a second ago. Is there are any wanting to hold onto wanting or to let go of wanting? Could welcome either or both? Could you let go of wanting to hold onto wanting or to let go of something?"

                Best,
                Delilah
                www.theaccordcenter.net

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DelilahCertifiedSMCoach View Post
                  Hi AndyM!

                  Can you welcome wanting to figure this out? And then let go of wanting to figure this out?

                  When wanting anything, if we welcome the want we are using the 2nd most fundamental way to let go.

                  The question, "Could you allow yourself to want nothing?" is one of an infinite number of ways to use the mind to go beyond the mind. It's a great question if it supports a release. If it doesn't support a release then just let the question go. Sometimes certain questions aren't the right questions in a particular moment. But then in another moment it is the perfect question to support a release.

                  Ex: Also, try, "Can you remember the last time you wanted something or nothing? That can be even just a second ago. Is there are any wanting to hold onto wanting or to let go of wanting? Could welcome either or both? Could you let go of wanting to hold onto wanting or to let go of something?"

                  Best,
                  Delilah
                  Thank you Delilah I was trying to figure it out, and now I'm able to let go of wanting to figure it out. I wasn't aware that I was until you pointed it out
                  Last edited by AndyM; 04-23-2017, 11:51 AM. Reason: double posting

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