In today’s podcast, Brandon, Christine, and Justin discuss the importance of the zero state in helping you to overcome limiting beliefs that are blocking you from your desires. What is the zero state, and what does it have to do with limiting beliefs? Find out in this podcast.
Resources Mentioned in the Podcast
- Blog post: Why Some People Are Happy and Yet Don’t Have Everything They Want
- Blog post: What Is the Zero State, and How Can You Use It to Manifest Your Desires?
- Spiritual Freedom Support Call #21
- Tao Te Ching by Laozi, translated by Stephen Mitchell
Discussed in today’s podcast (click the link to jump to that section of the transcript):
- The importance of overcoming limiting beliefs
- Limiting beliefs are often misapplied generalizations
- Do you have to annihilate your limiting beliefs?
- Which way does the causality go?
- Hammering away is not the way to overcome limiting beliefs
- How to actually overcome limiting beliefs: using the zero state
- The zero state and the Tao Te Ching
- What the experience of the zero state is like
- The zero state starves limiting beliefs
- Methods for entering the zero state and starving limiting beliefs
- When can you be in the zero state?
- Do the limiting beliefs come back after you’ve entered the zero state?
Brandon: Hey, everyone! Welcome to Co-Create Your Life, where you can learn how to master the law of attraction. This is episode 11: “How to Overcome Limiting Beliefs by Entering the Zero State.” I am Brandon Olivares.
Christine: And I’m Christine Olivares.
Justin: Justin Williams.
Brandon: We are here today talking about a very popular topic that needs some covering, and that is limiting beliefs and a specific way of overcoming them, which is through the zero state. I’ll talk about that for those who haven’t necessarily read my blog post on the zero state. It’s a huge thing.
So that will be our topic for today. But before I get into all of that, there’s some announcements. If you would like to see the show notes, which has the links to any resources, a transcript, an ability to comment on this podcast–just go to darkascent.org/ccyl011.
If you would like to ask us a question for future podcasts, you can go to darkascent.org/ask. That’s where you can ask your question. That’s about it for today.
Again, today’s topic is all about limiting beliefs, the subconscious mind, the zero state, all sorts of fun stuff. First of all, why are we talking about this? It’s because there’s been a lot of confusion lately. “What is this zero state thing?” “Why are you making such a big deal out of it?” “How do you enter it?” “How on earth does it help with overcoming limiting beliefs?”
That’s really what we’re going to be talking about because some people don’t realize, necessarily, the importance of the zero state. I know I talk about it all the time in the blog posts. It’s just underrated, I think. It’s important. You cannot overestimate it. It’s extremely important to understand the role of the zero state in manifesting. So that’s what we’ll be talking about.
The Importance of Overcoming Limiting Beliefs
First of all, why do we need to overcome limiting beliefs? What is the importance of doing that? What’s the effect of having limiting beliefs when you’re trying to manifest? Is it really a massive effect or is it not such a big deal?
Basically, the answer is that it depends. It depends on how seriously you take your limiting beliefs. We’ll talk about that a little bit later when we talk about the zero state.
For most people, they’re right in there with their limiting beliefs. They’re taking them totally seriously, almost as fact. You see people who grew up from childhood believing certain things from their parents, from their relatives, from school, whatever–and they just don’t even question it. That’s a huge…
Christine: They don’t even know, either. It’s just part of their life.
Brandon: It’s just a part of their life, yeah. It’s just a huge thing that they take for granted, that they don’t even question.
It could be a bad thing. It could be a good thing. Some people have the belief that it’s easy to succeed in the world, and that’s an awesome belief. They don’t ever question that, nor should they, and it works for them because they succeed. Other people have the belief that the world is about struggle and hardship and that kind of stuff. Those kind of people will also not question it. They’ll take it for fact. Their life will reflect that.
When you take it as fact, when you take it as gospel, then it is definitely going to affect your everyday life.
Basically, your limiting beliefs are a filter. They filter the data coming in through your senses. They filter the thoughts you’re having, the way you see the world, that kind of stuff. When you have a filter that says life is hard and you have to struggle to get anywhere, it colors everything. It’s going to affect even the type of goals you have, what you think is possible, what you even hope for, and all that.
Limiting Beliefs Are Often Misapplied Generalizations
But–we’ll talk about the zero state later–there is a way out of that. You can still have a limiting belief and not take it completely seriously. You can have a limiting belief and sort of detach from it even while holding it, even while believing it. I know that seems kind of odd and a little counterintuitive, but it’s absolutely true. Have you ever had that experience, Justin, where you’ve kind of had a limiting belief but not totally believed it?
Justin: Yes. One thing you can have is something that is actually true, but you can circumvent. In other words, you have a limiting belief but you can find a way around that limiting belief that you have experienced before. You can’t deny it because it’s like, “No, I’ve really experienced it, but I know there’s a way around it. So I know even though this” (whatever it is) “is true, I can find a way to still achieve what I want, what I’m looking to get.” And that you can use to do with a limiting belief, or you can do with something that technically is actually the truth. “Not a lot of people can do X, Y, and Z.” “I can! I can do it.”
Brandon: And that’s the thing about limiting beliefs–a lot of times, they might be true in a particular sense for some people, but limiting beliefs are by definition something we apply globally. “Money is hard to earn, or at least it’s definitely true for me.” I’m just speaking generally, if someone were to believe that. It’s globally true that life is about hardship, that we’re tested. So you apply that to everyone, or at least to yourself.
And that’s where the limiting part of limiting beliefs comes in, because you can say, “Some people experience this,” and that’s true. Pretty much anything you can say is true for someone.
Brandon: But to say it’s true for everyone or always definitely true for you–to generalize it like that–remember in NLP that’s a metamodel violation, a generalization. Remember deletion, distortion, and generalization are the three ways that you can manipulate data as it comes into your mind, even without knowing it. Generalization is that “always” “never” “for everyone” “for no one.” “It’s true for everyone.” “It’s always true that money is hard to earn.” “It’s always true that you have to struggle.” “It’s always true that you have to work hard to get anywhere in life.” That’s a limiting belief because you are applying it globally to the whole world, and it’s just not how it is. It might be true for some people. I don’t believe it’s ever necessarily true for everyone. It’s just how someone might choose to live. But you’re trying to apply it to everyone, and it’s just not going to work. There are very few generalizations you can apply to everyone.
That really is the definition of a limiting belief, is when you try to apply it globally like that. I think a really common one when it comes to manifestations–do you remember we talked about this recently, about how long it takes people to manifest?
Justin: You’ve said things about it, yeah.
Brandon: I just said it recently.
Justin: I do remember that.
Do You Have to Annihilate Your Limiting Beliefs?
Brandon: I had it written down. I don’t know. It was somewhere. People think that in order to manifest, they have to kill all of their limiting beliefs. They have to absolutely annihilate every one of the limiting beliefs that are blocking them from getting their manifestation, their desired outcome, their goal. You have people believing or thinking that it’s going to take months, or even years sometimes, to really work through this.
So that’s a kind of caveat with limiting beliefs. They are not something that has the power to stop you in your tracks to manifesting. You can, as you were saying, Justin, you can circumvent those limiting beliefs. You don’t have to kill them. You don’t have to annihilate them in order to start manifesting. If you use the zero state and if you get around them through detaching from them–even if you still believe in them in some way–you can manifest what you want. It’s rarely effective to sit there for hours or day after day after day and just hammer away at your limiting beliefs. It’s rarely, rarely, rarely effective to do that, because every time you look back…
Christine: There’s more.
Brandon: “Is there anything else?” Yes, something else. “Is there anything else?” Yes.
Justin: Yeah, there will be more.
Justin: If that limiting belief is like a mountain, then maybe go ahead and use a method to whittle some of it down, but as soon as you get a chance–as soon as you feel that your manifestation might be possible–grab onto that energy and start walking that manifestation path. Do your best to use radical acceptance and mindfulness to ignore your limiting beliefs.
Justin: For example, a person, say, with disabilities and employment. If you look at the percentages overall, it isn’t that good. But I’m employed. Obviously that didn’t apply to me. Is it more difficult? It can be. But I usually find a job one way or the other. So it didn’t stop me. I’m just saying on average, maybe, and in some instances maybe it will be tougher. I understand as a truth that overall it’s tougher, but I will always have one. I circumvented it. I didn’t overcome it. I pushed through it or circumvented it.
Brandon: Yes. Christine, can you introduce whatever you wanted me to talk about?
Christine: I don’t know if now is the right time.
Brandon: Okay. Let me know.
Christine: I just don’t want you to forget, because you talked about it before.
Brandon: Yes, I don’t remember exactly what the example was. You can bring it up if you want to.
Which Way Does the Causality Go?
Brandon: It might be that they experience that because they have that belief. We kind of have this causality thing going on. People believe it because it happens. What if it happens because people believe it? It happens and it’s just a fact of life, and therefore people believe it–or can it be that because we tend to believe that, therefore it happens?
Christine: And they’re malleable and they change.
Brandon: Just like the four-minute mile. For years, no one was able to run a four-minute mile. Then one guy did it, one guy ran a four-minute mile, and now a whole bunch of people are able to do it.
Justin: I remember this.
Brandon: Just because someone broke through that barrier, and now it’s like, “Oh, it can be done!”
I’ve found this one before–I don’t think this is you, Christine, but this is another example–I’ve started several businesses. I always say the first customer is the hardest to get, because I don’t know what it’s like to get the first one. Once I get the first one, it’s just like the four-minute mile. Now that barrier is breached. Now I know what the experience of getting a first customer, or getting a customer, and then the floodgates open. Now it happens again and again and again, and it gets faster and faster. Now the next one might come five days later. It just keeps happening because now I know that experience and I can tune into that energy of getting a customer. But it takes that one person to come the first time.
Christine: Except in the case when you first started Co-Creation Coaching.
Brandon: Oh, yes. Is that what you meant?
Christine: Yes. That’s what you wanted me to remind you of.
Hammering Away Is Not the Way to Overcome Limiting Beliefs
Brandon: Thank you. That happened. When I first started Co-Creation Coaching, I had a huge amount of success in the first month. Actually, this is the perfect place to bring it up because it shows what I was talking about–how you don’t need to hammer away at your limiting beliefs, because this is what I tried.
When I first started Co-Creation Coaching, the first month I had a huge amount of success. Then I had that fear because it brought up all sorts of limiting beliefs. “Holy heck! I don’t know if I’m ready for this! It’s scary. What if it stops? What if it stops?” And you know what happens if you ask, “What if it stops?”
Christine: It stops.
Justin: You said you had four months or something.
Brandon: It stopped after a month. I had a dry spell, just zero. Maybe there was one a month for two months and then nothing for three or four months. Absolutely nothing. I was hammering away at that belief. I was doing everything all the law of attraction teachers said–Abraham-Hicks, and everyone else. Just hammering away. I was feeling good. I was positive. I was optimistic. I was just feeling…
Christine: For a while. Then you were frustrated.
Brandon: …good about it. Well, of course I was frustrated. I would have long periods of feeling good about it. But guess how much of a change there was.
Brandon: None whatsoever. Zero. Nothing. There was no change. And I was really honestly–and I hear this from people all the time–“I’ve been feeling good for months, and nothing has happened.” I had a blog post about this, which I’ll link to in the show notes, about do you always have to be happy to get your manifestation. Why is it that when you feel good, you don’t necessarily get it? And for some people who don’t necessarily do that, they do get it, even though they don’t always feel good.
So I was trying to do that. I was trying to do the feel-good thing. I was following all the advice of distracting myself and just feeling good and just working on that belief and not thinking about it. Nothing happened.
Like I said before, I don’t know what the turnaround was. I think it was just basically saying, “You know what? I’ve had enough. I’m going to succeed. There’s not a choice.” Because it got to the point where I asked, “Can I even do this? Maybe I should just quit and go to accounting school and go be an accountant, because I love numbers and am really good with numbers.” I was almost going to do that. This was eight months later. I was almost going to do that.
It was soon after where I said, “You know, I have to succeed. I’m going to do it somehow.” It was through willpower. It was through deliberate choice.
I didn’t realize this at the time. I didn’t realize the importance of deliberate choice and will until much, much, much, much later. But I think that’s what it was that got things moving. I said “I’m going to make this work. I’m going to make this work because there’s no other choice.”
I didn’t sit down and look through my limiting beliefs. I didn’t go back to childhood and dig up the roots of the beliefs. I didn’t do all that stuff. I just chose that they’re not going to be a big issue.
I liked your metaphor of the mountain, Justin. When you said that, the first thing that came to mind was why whittle away at that mountain when I can just go around it?
Justin: I tell people if you can’t see a way around it, then whittle away at it until you can. Then walk around it. Don’t try to climb over it.
Brandon: Don’t try to make a tunnel through it. [laughs]
Justin: Don’t try to make a tunnel through it. I mean, you can. Don’t try to do that, though. It hurts a lot. Just hold your inner vision and ignore it. Use all your force to just walk towards your manifestation. You don’t need to go through all your limiting beliefs. “Why are they here?” Well, they just are.
Brandon: Who cares? Don’t ask why.
Justin: It’s nice to know why, but figure it out on the way. Don’t stop and do it.
Brandon: Go around the mountain. And once you start going around the mountain, the fact that you’re ignoring the mountain will make the mountain get smaller. It will shrink. That’s what we’re going to talk about right now.
How to Actually Overcome Limiting Beliefs: Using the Zero State
Brandon: The way you go around the mountain is through the zero state. What is the zero state? If you’ve read my blog, you already know this. But I’m going to try to put it in new terms that I haven’t really talked about before. There are people who might not have read those posts. I will link to those posts about the zero state in the show notes, so go ahead and check that out.
What is it? The way I summarize it is when you look at a lot of law of attraction teachers, they outline (let’s call it) the emotional guidance scale. The higher the vibration, the more positive you are, the more joyful, the more blissful. Neutral is a bad thing to them. The more joyful, happy, blissful, bouncy off the walls you are, the closer you are to getting your manifestation. That’s generally the outlook that they have.
But it doesn’t really bear out in reality. You have to realize that everything is just an emotion. Happiness, joy, bliss, gratitude, appreciation–all those are just emotions. Emotions don’t last forever.
Brandon: You can’t hold on to joy forever. I’m sorry, you can’t. They’ll say, “The only thing keeping you from joy is your resistance.” No. Joy is just an emotion that comes and goes. What is really, really forever is the zero state. The zero state is basically this place of no momentum, no movement, stillness, silence. I call it the still pond you can drop the pebble into and get ripples, and that’s how you manifest. It’s this place of absolute stillness within yourself.
Brandon: Only that place is eternal. Only that place remains no matter what emotion is going on outside. I compare it–and this might help those who have been confused about it–to a wheel. I talked about this in support call #21, and I’ll link to that, too. It’s like a wheel. If you look at a wheel, it has a whole bunch of spokes that go all around it. In the middle is the hub. If you go literally directly in the middle of that hub, there is a single point where there is no movement. There is a point of stillness.
Christine: You can actually feel it, too. You can put your finger on it.
Brandon: You can put your finger on it. Right. You can put your finger on it and feel everything else. You can feel everything around it moving, but that little point directly in the center does not move.
Justin: No matter how fast everything else moves. It could be the fastest thing ever. There’s a point that simply doesn’t move. You can put your finger on it and be perfectly safe.
Christine: Even a fan. Yes, that’s right.
The Zero State and the Tao Te Ching
Brandon: There’s this quote from the Tao Te Ching which I love that says something like, “We focus so much on beingness, but a house is built of both beingness and non-beingness, or emptiness and non-emptiness (objects).” I wish I could find that quote. I don’t know if I can find it. Basically, you have to focus on beingness and non-beingness because that is what everything is made up of. I don’t know if I can find it; let me try real quick.
Christine: It’s both.
Brandon: Oh, good! I found it, actually. Chapter 11.
Christine: How did you find it so fast?
Brandon: I have no idea.
Christine: I was going to try to do filler while you found it.
Brandon: Nope. Thank you, though. This is from Chapter 11 of the Tao Te Ching and this is actually perfect–this is my metaphor.
We join spokes together in a wheel,
but it is the center hole
that makes the wagon move.
That is beautiful! Stillness in the middle.
Justin: Say that one more time.
We join spokes together in a wheel,
but it is the center hole
that makes the wagon move.
Brandon: It goes on.
We shape clay into a pot,
but it is the emptiness inside
that holds whatever we want.
This is the one I was referring to:
We hammer wood for a house,
but it is the inner space
that makes it livable.
Christine: That’s giving me chills.
We work with being,
but non-being is what we use.
That’s the whole of Chapter 11 of the Tao Te Ching. That is beautiful. That is exactly what I’m talking about. That’s the zero state, non-being, emptiness, stillness, the center. Do you see? Everything revolves around it. It says you hammer wood for a house, but you need the emptiness within. You need the space. You can’t live in a house if you don’t have space. You can’t just have a pile of wood with no space.
Science says that most of matter is space, empty space. I can’t remember all the ratios, but if you were to expand everything out, blow it all up, it would be mostly empty space, the space between the subatomic particles. It’s mostly empty space. So that’s the core of the universe. The core of the universe is not motion. It’s not the spokes. It’s not the manifestation. The core of the universe is stillness. So that zero state is the stillness at the center of the wheel and the emptiness of the clay pot, as it said. It’s the non-being, the void, the stillness. And that is beneath all your emotions and thoughts.
I know it sounds advanced and I have to be all Zen and everything, but no. It’s just that you have to stop believing your thoughts and emotions, and we don’t realize we have that option. I don’t have to believe these thoughts that are coming up because these thoughts are just energy.
What the Experience of the Zero State Is Like
Christine: The amateur can do it. You don’t have to be simple–I mean, advanced. I’m sorry.
Brandon: Evolved spiritually.
Brandon: No. That’s the zero state. That’s neutral. It’s not bliss. It might sometimes feel like big relief when you enter into it.
Christine: Sometimes you almost feel your emotions more.
Brandon: Yes. It’s not bliss. It’s just stillness. I’m not going to say neutrality. It’s not like “meh.” It’s not boredom. It’s stillness. It’s peace. It’s peace.
Justin: It’s just sitting right here in the zero state.
Brandon: It’s always there. Go ahead.
Justin: You can feel your thoughts and emotions. You can examine them, or you can let them float away from you, or you can do both. You feel them but you don’t acknowledge them. You don’t focus on them. They’re there.
Christine: I had a horrible migraine last night. I’ve been getting them a lot more lately. Yes, I felt the pain, but I felt the zero state, too, so it was like I was split in half or something. It was kind of a weird feeling. That’s why last night Brandon and I were so out of it, I think.
Brandon: Yeah, you were out of it.
The Zero State Starves Limiting Beliefs
Brandon: So how does the zero state help limiting beliefs? You have to understand the idea of feeding a manifestation. What does a manifestation live on? It lives on…
Justin and Christine: Focus.
Brandon: Focus! There you go, you’re not even going to let me ask…
Christine: I said it this time. Did you hear me? I said it.
Brandon: You both said it. I know. You both said it at the same time. [laughs]
A manifestation is fed on focus and emotion, emotional investment. What’s emotional investment? Emotional investment is: “I feel this. I’m angry and I feel it. Life is a struggle and it’s so frustrating. I have to work so hard to get by, and it’s so frustrating.”
Christine: I can feel you’ve been frustrated lately. [laughs]
Brandon: That’s emotional investment.
Christine: I know.
Brandon: Focus and emotional investment–that is what really, really feeds and nourishes your manifestations. When I say manifestations, manifestations are not just positive. Any thought, emotion, energy, experience, whatever is a manifestation, even if it’s negative.
Brandon: So a negative thought is a negative manifestation. It is a manifestation. What feeds those negative manifestations? Focusing on them and giving them your emotional reaction, your emotional investment.
You can imagine a plant. You have a plant. How do you feed the plant? You water it. That’s how you nourish it. How do you starve the manifestation? You want to weaken it. You want to let that negative manifestation get weaker so you can go create something new.
How do you weaken it? You do the opposite. You take away the focus. You take away the emotional reaction by giving it what I call radical acceptance–completely accepting the fact that it’s here, giving it the right to be here but not really caring, and taking away your emotional reaction and emotional investment through what I call non-reaction.
Non-reaction is just detachment. This thought comes up. “It takes struggle to get by in the world.” I see that there is a thought that says that, but that’s okay. I accept that it’s here, but I’m not reacting to it with my emotions. I’m cutting that tie between thought and emotion that brings it into reality. I’m accepting it. I’m radically accepting it. I’m not giving it any reaction. I’m giving it non-reaction.
That is what does it because really the difference between something that will manifest, like feeding it and starving it, is “Do you identify with it as yours or is it just a thought that’s here?” If you say, “This is my belief, my emotion, my thought,” you’re giving it life. You’re giving it focus. You’re giving it identity. If you say this is just a thought that’s here and I don’t have to do anything with it–I don’t have to react, it’s just sitting here as energy, it’s not mine, it isn’t identified, it doesn’t define me–that is entering the zero state.
Methods for Entering the Zero State and Starving Limiting Beliefs
Brandon: The easiest way of entering the zero state is through mindfulness, meditation, deep breathing, whatever it does for you. You’ll know when you enter it. I recommend reading that post on the zero state to learn more about it.
What you really have to realize is that through entering the zero state, which is absolutely not focusing on your negative manifestation, you will starve it. So that belief comes up: “It’s a struggle to get by in the world, to make it in the world.” And you say, “Oh, well. I’m not going to react to it.” You enter the zero state instead. You enter the hub, the center, the wheel. The spokes are going around and around. If you’re on the spokes, it’s tossing you around. If you’re in the center, everything moves around you. It doesn’t matter. Those spokes that aren’t in alignment with what you want will just fall away. Those beliefs, the struggle, the hardship, all those beliefs will just fall away because you’re starving them. You’re not watering them. You’re starving them of nutrients by not giving them your focus.
So every time you enter the zero state in spite of your negative limiting beliefs, you weaken them because your subconscious mind says, “Hey! You taught me to believe this, so you’ve got to react to it. You have to keep believing it.” And you say, “Nope!” It says, “But you told me to! You told me to believe this.” “I’m not believing it. I’m not going to go there.” Eventually it will say okay and let it go.
Christine: It’s like the wheel–like the spokes are like tree branches, and when you starve them they just blow away.
Brandon: They just fall off, blow away. Then you replace them with ones you want.
Brandon: You create the story that you want. So that’s how it is. You starve the negative manifestations. You don’t have to hammer away at them. Hammering away at them will give them more focus. Trying to do all these techniques on them will just give them more focus and reaction. But if you…Go ahead.
Justin: And if you just keep trying to release it, you’ll starve it because you won’t move forward with your manifestation.
Brandon: Right. And you…
Justin: You starve it, but then you won’t move forward at all. You keep trying. “I’m just going to release and clear.” Okay, but you’ll stay and you won’t go forward with your manifestation. Also, with the feeling good thing I wanted to say the happiness and all that is good to keep you stable, but it’s not that good for your manifestation. It’s great to help you out. It’s great to keep your manifestation there. It’s not good to increase. You have to actually go forward energetically and increase it.
Brandon: Right. You have to accept whatever’s here. Happiness will increase as you continue to be in the zero state, but you’re always going to have some negative stuff going on.
Justin: That’s right.
Brandon: Hammering away at it is just going to give it more focus. You don’t want to do that. Entering the zero state when you have a limiting belief is the best, the absolute best way I’ve found of starving it and weakening it and then moving towards the story you want to create instead. And that’s the trick of it.
Justin: You learn to do it. It’s a strong, simple way of….You don’t have to be exact. You don’t have to do a lot of outlandish things. You just have to be able to enter the zero state.
When Can You Be in the Zero State?
Christine: And it’s not like you have to be in it for an hour or two hours.
Brandon: No. God, no.
Christine: Just a few minutes.
Brandon: You could even go through your day in the zero state.
Christine: Yes, go for a walk. Sometimes I’m in it when I play the piano or sing. You don’t have to go be all holy or something.
Brandon: There’s still movement. They say the mind has to be still. It doesn’t. The wheel still moves. The wheel still moves, but the center never does. So be in the center and you won’t move, but the movement will still happen around you.
Christine: I bet Brandon’s in the zero state when he programs.
Brandon: Oh, heck, yeah!
Christine: He loves it. He loves it so much.
Justin: And if you’re singing, you can still enjoy the singing. You’ll be beside it. From the zero state, you can still feel it and enjoy it if you want. You just don’t get attached. You’re enjoying it. “Oh, man, this feels good.” Then you let it go and enjoy the next moment that feels good.
Brandon: Exactly. So that’s how it all works. I hope that clarifies how all this fits together. It’s so absolutely important to work with the zero state. I cannot overstate it enough. It’s just so extremely incredibly important to work with that. I hope this explains a little more of why that is. It’s not just ignoring. It’s not just meditating. It’s not just what it is. It is having that belief and not paying attention to it anyway, not focusing on it, not reacting to it anyway.
Do the Limiting Beliefs Come Back After You’ve Entered the Zero State?
Christine: Because they will weaken over time, even when you come out of it. Remember people were complaining…
Brandon: They say when you come back, it will still be there. No, it won’t.
Christine: It will sometimes.
Brandon: It will be weaker, though. It will come back a little bit the next day or whatever, but it will be weaker because you didn’t give it your focus. It came to you looking for food, and you said, “Nope. I’m not feeding you. I’m not doing it. I’m not going there.”
Christine: It might take some time, but be patient with yourself.
Brandon: Sure. But again, it doesn’t have to be killed to death before you can get your manifestation.
Christine: No. What’s the hurry you’re in? You have your whole lifetime.
Justin: Remember you’re creating in that zero spot…
Brandon: Yes, exactly.
Justin: Your manifestation doesn’t stop just because you’ve got a limiting belief walking around hanging out with your friends.
Justin: You were in the zero state and you dropped your dime in the zero state. You dropped your pebble in the pond. I call it dropping the pin, actually. The universe said okay. Every time you enter that state, you’re going towards your manifestation, and you just let it happen. Don’t worry about limiting beliefs. Don’t acknowledge them.
Hopefully that clarifies everything. I think that was a really good description of it.
Brandon: Again, if you have any questions on this or comments, feel free to stop over at the show notes: darkascent.org/ccyl011.
If you have any questions, go over to darkascent.org/ask. We’ll be happy to answer your questions in future podcasts.
Christine: Yes! That’s what I was just going to say.
Brandon: I hope everyone had a great New Year, first of all, and continues to have a great beginning of the new year. [laughs] I am Brandon Olivares.
Christine: And I’m Christine Olivares.
Justin: Justin Williams.
Brandon: I hope everyone has a wonderful day.
Anything is possible!
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