So I had a bit of a funny experience yesterday. Christine uses this machine called a Braille Note for work. Specifically, she reads the lyrics for each song off of the Braille Note, so she doesn’t need to memorize them all. Well yesterday morning I received a frantic text from her saying that one of […]
For the last month or so, we've been discussing the pathway of a manifestation.
Finally this series is coming to an end, with the fourth and last level: matter. Hopefully you've enjoyed this series so far. 🙂
To recap, here are the four levels:
The part of this post actually talking about matter will be rather short, because, well, not a whole lot is going on at this level. It's just the level at which you receive your manifestation.
However, after my discussion of matter, I'll give a brief overview of the four levels, and how to apply this knowledge to your life.
If you want the big picture on this, with specific techniques for getting from level-to-level, then you'll want to sign up for The Art of Reality Creation 3.0, as I give tons more detail there about every level, as well as how to bring them all together.
The Master does nothing,
yet he leaves nothing undone.
The ordinary man is always doing things,
yet many more are left to be done.
~ Tao Te Ching
What could this quote possibly have to do with getting better results with the law of attraction?
Quite a bit, actually. It turns out, to see the most success with the law of attraction, you need to follow the path of least resistance. this means, you need to put forth little to no effort in your manifestation. In Taoism this is called “wu wei” or “non-doing”.
This flies against the advice given by many, to constantly visualize and affirm what you want. But, you will see that the path of least resistance, or non-doing, will result in better, faster manifestations every time.