Oct 17 2008

Your Hidden Link to Create Whatever You Want In Life

This is the thrid post in answer to Carol’s questions. In my previous answers, I gave a couple of hints about how this works, but I want to elaborate on this a little bit more.

First of all, let’s just get real clear about this. Your “hidden link” is your connection to Source, the way that you simply KNOW that you are a part of All-That-Is, and that this connection can never be broken. THAT is where your source of power is, and where all the imagination, strength, conviction, and inspiration you will ever need comes from. As long as you stay connected (and you always will be) ~ you will have access to everything.

You may want to take a moment to read that paragraph again, and think about what this means.

To me, it means that you already have what it takes to manifest whatever you want in your life. So before you get mad trying to convince me that you can’t do that, wait up and hear me out.

Just because you have what it takes doesn’t mean you know what to do with it! If you didn’t know what a broom is supposed to do, you might hang it on the wall for decoration, for example. Having what you need ~ and knowing what to do with it, and when and how to do it ~ are what keeps many people from being and doing exactly what they want. But it’s also the clue about where to look.

What I AM saying here is that you ARE already connected to what you need, to be able to manifest everything easily and quickly. I know people who are so clear, they can manifest objects seemingly out of thin air. (I’m still working on that one myself!)

Sometimes people may need help, to figure out how to use what they already have and know. I believe this is one reason why the coaching profession is flourishing these days, and why people seek mentors. Trial and error also works, but it can be a lengthy process.

So what to do?

  • Trust yourself. Your own inner wisdom (through your connection with Source) is reliable. Use it. Explore it. Plumb its depths and heights!
  • Use your intuition and psi talents. Indigos in particular have acute intuitive skills. Use them and develop them further. If you want to access the higher intuitive fields, formulate a question that begins with the word “What.” That word seems to be like a key, that unlocks the door to the vast Universal Intuitive Vault. The access is immediate, by the way, so practice doing this regularly.
  • Allow your focus to be sharp while visioning, then soft when releasing. By this I mean, while you are in the process of deciding what you want, use as sharp a focus as you can. Then, once you are clear about what you want, deliberately choose it. Make a decision that you will have that. Then release the “how” to the Universe to deliver to you in its own way. Allow the feelings of joy about the object (or situation) you intend to manifest to suffuse you, as if it is already here. This, too, is an important ingredient in the manifestation process.

This information should take you quite far in learning better skills to manifest with more precision and speed.

Please let me know how this helps!

With love and light,

Nancy

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16 responses so far

16 Responses to “Your Hidden Link to Create Whatever You Want In Life”

  1. Ashleyon 17 Oct 2008 at 7:07 pm

    I loved these last three posts. 🙂

    I only get ‘down’ when I forget that I’m not truely alone or destitute. Then, the universe reminds me with a gentle nudge or unexpected visitor (like today’s praying mantis on the playground). I stop, smile, and reconnect.

  2. Nancyon 22 Oct 2008 at 2:22 pm

    Hi Ashley,

    Glad this was useful for you. I’m working on course material for Co-Creation and Manifestation. Your specific questions are welcome, to help shape what the content will be.

    I’ll be posting something soon about this. I hope you and others will respond with what you most want to learn!

    Ask ~ and it is given. That’s how the Universe works. So, get ready to ask something! I’ll do my best to help be the messenger for as much as I possibly can.

    Nancy

  3. Nancy – I have long had what I call a strong sense of intuition. I’ve “known” things, sure as I’ve known my name, but couldn’t explain how I knew them.

    Not being able to “prove” what you know is not altogether comforting, nor is what you “know” much appreciated in the technology and financial fields where I worked for 20 years. If you can’t prove it, preferably on paper using numbers, then it doesn’t exist, or so I was told by my peers and management. So, I actively worked at ignoring that little voice, those nudges and gut feelings. I did such a good job, I all but lost that connection.

    Now, I’m working to reconnect. I can corroborate everything you said in this post – you really CAN manifest what you want in life. And we do – just not very consciously, a lot of the time. It’s the CONSCIOUS part that’s the trick, at least for me. 🙂

    But I can see the connection between how much I’m willing to trust my intuition and how much my life and business improves…so I continue to work on building trust. Who ever heard of an intuitive web designer? Not me, but oh well…I think that’s what I’m becoming. 🙂

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  4. Nancyon 27 Oct 2008 at 4:05 pm

    Hi Suzanne,

    What you’re describing about “just knowing” without knowing HOW you know? That’s called clairsentience. And it’s a very common Indigo trait 🙂 It’s often how we Indigos recognize one another, too. . .

    Getting conscious about anything is what we humans are working on now. It’s not just one or two of us, we are ALL on that curriculum! The more each one of us masters our own version, the easier it is for the rest of us to do the piece we were given. And then the next. And the one after that.

    What!!!!??? You didn’t wanna get bored here, didja???

    So. When are you hanging out your Intuitive Web Designer shingle? I want to see that!! ‘Cos don’t you KNOW that there are people out there LOOKING for that right now? Yes there are.

    So don’t disappoint ’em ~ make it easy for them to find you!

    And oh yeah. I met a guy at a networking event a couple of weeks ago who is a computer repair person. He wants to move into a more spiritually based kind of work. We had a scintillating discussion around how we REALLY need a tech guy who can work on our computers as they try to keep up with our human accelerating vibrations ~ we can’t have them keep breaking down all the time.

    If he can specialize in working on computers for Lightworkers and Indigos? There are enough of us out here now that he is going to need to hire staff!!

    See what I mean here????

    Just my two cents worth today folks. . .

    Cheers!

    Nancy

  5. Michelle Leeon 28 Oct 2008 at 10:44 am

    This is great Nancy.
    I love the part about asking questions. We are so trained to look outside of ourselves for the answers that it never occurs to ask ourselves and expect an answer.

    It does take practice. I tell my clients the same thing. I’m constanly asking the questions and the answers come so fast that I can miss them.

    There is a danger. When looking at the gifts under the Christmas tree last year I often wondered “What’s in this box?” And immediately the answer was given to me.

    So…only ask the questions you really want answers to.

    Many Blessings,
    Michelle Lee

    Michelle Lees last blog post..Why Not Choose Peace?or Joy?

  6. Susan/Together We Flourishon 28 Oct 2008 at 1:00 pm

    I particurlarly like your last point about a sharp focus when visioning and then soft when releasing it to the universe and allowing the universe to determine how to manifest it. I’m pretty good with the sharp focus. My biggest difficulty is the realease. I know that it works, it’s just the area that needs the most work for me.
    I guess you could say I have control issues…

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  7. Tom Volkar / Delightful Workon 28 Oct 2008 at 2:23 pm

    Hi Nancy,

    “To me, it means that you already have what it takes to manifest whatever you want in your life.” This is the essence of what I teach to budding entrepreneurs. Very powerful. If we would all just keep telling everyone we meet this truth alone we could tip the world in to revelation. Or perhaps we already are.

    “Allow your focus to be sharp while visioning, then soft when releasing. By this I mean, while you are in the process of deciding what you want, use as sharp a focus as you can.” I also found this to be excellent wisdom.

    This is practical spirituality at its best. I’m pleased I visited.

    Tom Volkar / Delightful Works last blog post..Clarity Empowers Progress

  8. Nancyon 28 Oct 2008 at 3:36 pm

    Hi Tom,

    I’m very pleased you visited also. Thanks for adding your comments.

    When each of us really gets our teeth and heart and soul into what we knew we came here to do, the world changes dramatically and profoundly. I am so happy that it is your work, too, to be a consciousness-birther and adventurer/pathmaker..

    Many profound blessings to you, Tom!

    Nancy

  9. Nancyon 28 Oct 2008 at 3:39 pm

    Hi Michelle and Susan!

    Michelle I love what you said about only asking questions whose answers you really want to know; it CAN take all the fun out of guessing! And then there’s that awkward moment when you have to decide whether or not to let on that you knew before you touched the ribbon. . . sheesh.

    And Susan? I think the whole concept of “control” is an evil illusion/thought form planted by patriarchs from the 11th century. It’s also a concept that is slowly dying a contorted death. So don’t get too attached to that, LOL.

    Thank you all for visiting! You’re FUN!!!

    Nancy

  10. Johnon 29 Oct 2008 at 3:22 pm

    Nancy,
    I have felt connected to Source since I was about five years old.
    Staying connected in the day-to-day is the challenge. e.g. the roof is
    leaking and it must be fixed quickly! Yes, I met you over at Delightful Work.
    I’ll be stopping by for a visit regularly. Thanks for a great post.
    John

    Johns last blog post..Action Relieves Stress When Financial Times are Tough

  11. Nancyon 29 Oct 2008 at 4:33 pm

    John, yes isn’t that the ongoing challenge? To be present and to remain in constant connection with Source? There are so many ways the world bombards us with attempts to distract us ~ most of the time towards energies and things that have little visible connection to Source (although everything comes from there) ~ that to remain mindful and connected is, to my way of thinking, real mastery.

    Maybe we can only do it in small amounts, and try to increase them more and more.

    On a good day I go to sleep feeling that I was always connected; other days ~ I can tell exactly where I allowed my focus to drift, even while knowing at a higher level that I always am connected. Perhaps that inner assurance is what carries me through the rough spots.

    How about you? How is it for you?

  12. Ari Koinumaon 30 Oct 2008 at 4:13 pm

    I’ve always been aware of my connection to the “Source” but my worldly consciousness tends to get in the way. I’ve learned to sleep on major decisions mainly to combat this tendency.

    So many times, I don’t know what I want — or rather, I do know but I am afraid to allow myself to want it, for usually practical, worldly reasons. I have to process each of these feelings or “logical” thoughts away before I can uncover my core. But once I do that, I usually have no trouble with the rest.

    ari

    Ari Koinumas last blog post..This Is the Sound of Your Ripping Yourself into Pieces (Digest)

  13. Jenny Mannionon 31 Oct 2008 at 8:53 am

    Hi Nancy,
    I am also here through Tom’s project and I really enjoyed (and stumbled) your post.

    I, like you take a kind of inventory at night before bed and think about if I stayed connected or where I let me attention go to. There are SOOO many distractions and I have been working on limiting as many of them as possible.

    I know I have come very far in my spiritual development in the last 2 years and feel MANY more moments where I am in the now, and very happy. Then there are those days where something puts me a bit off track. The wonderful thing now is even if I am thrown off I know I will be back. I try to understand what threw me off and what I could learn from that experience.

    I believe we all have what we need inside of us as well. The more we silence the ego and listen the more we are given. Sometimes it blows my mind JUST how many synchronicities appear. I laugh at them sometimes and say “Ok – I HEAR ya!”.

    Thanks for this inciteful post. I am subscribing!

    Gratefully,
    Jenny

    Jenny Mannions last blog post..Gratitude, Gratitude and MORE Gratitude

  14. Nancyon 31 Oct 2008 at 12:08 pm

    @ Jenny: Welcome! Sounds like you are truly on the path ~ and reaping the rewards of connections to Source. I find that just knowing I have a choice (to be connected or not) in each moment really makes the difference. It’s when the distractions attract my attention that I have to double check and see if it’s worth the stretch or not. Thanks for joining!

    @Ari, yes sometimes it helps to “remove” oneself from the stimuli long enough to find that clarity and connection. I don’t know about you, but when I feel that connection to Source it almost doesn’t matter which choice I make because I have that confidence that no matter what, everything is OK and always will be. Don’t know if that makes sense or not, or if you experience it the same way. But thanks for visiting and for your comment!

    Isn’t it funny how we use language like “away from” and “toward” to speak about our connections with Source, as if there could be any “where” that Source is not. . . just a thought.

    What’s yours?

  15. Ari Koinumaon 04 Nov 2008 at 2:01 pm

    I suppose it is funny that we use language that refers to physical locations. That said, I believe a lot of feelings do have physical locations — I feel my stress in my stomach area, for example. And the whole thing with EFT. One day I tried taping myself in spots other than the ones we’re told to do in EFT. It didn’t work! 😉

    So we have spots in our bodies for these antennas and connections. That’s what I think.

    ari

    Ari Koinumas last blog post..Fear of Success: Why, and How to Beat It

  16. Nancyon 04 Nov 2008 at 3:49 pm

    Oh Ari you have a good point! If one were to be aware at all the possible levels not only within the physical body but also our subtle bodies as well, I wonder if we could function at an even higher level?

    I suppose we will find out as we humans continue to improve and refine our consciousness and awareness.

    For many years I’ve gone to see acupuncturists and various Eastern-discipline bodyworkers, whose practices focus on some of the subtler aspects of healing. It fascinates me not that there are all these channels we aren’t generally familiar with, but also that there are some that most people know nothing about.

    I’m still pondering the “Strange Flows” known to Jin Shin Do, for instance; they seem to me to be part of our essential patterns and may have much to do with our electrical systems. This intrigues me a lot because I am also a Flower Essences Practitioner, and I study the human electrical system through a “different lens”.

    I know about EFT also, although I don’t often practice it. But I know what you’re saying, that certain points resonate and others just don’t.

    Thanks for adding your thoughts, Ari! Glad to have you here 🙂

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