Channeling - Grasshopper
If you buy into the notion that there are parts of you that know how to do things that you currently don’t know, this is for you.
I refer to these parts as internal resources. Once you recognize they exist, that’s when you can start summoning them.
It seems that if we can’t figure something out intellectually, we deem that it can’t be done or, more simply, we can’t do it.
I love this quote from Albert Einstein: “I think 99 times and find nothing. I stop thinking, swim in silence, and the truth comes to me.”
I’m not very mechanical, far from it. But when I’m in a situation where it’s just me and the seemingly monumental task, instead of giving up, I channel my late father. My dad built everything from kitchen cabinets to skyscrapers. None of that rubbed off on me. But when I’m stuck in a mechanical hole, I ask myself, “What would Jack do?” Then, I just “swim in silence” and wait for an answer. More often than not, something comes to me, and I finish the job.
But I like this other Einstein quote even more: “Everything is energy and that is all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you can not help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”
So, ask the part of you that houses all your internal resources to match the frequency of what you desire and see what realities come your way. There is a part of you that knows those frequencies. That part of you needs a request to search its database for answers.
Make this a meditation you do on a regular basis and measure the results you get from channeling these resources.
Think of it this way: Back in the day, there were only 3 networks on TV: ABC, CBS, and NBC. Your choices were limited. Then came along cable TV with a channel for almost everything. When what you want is not on your screen, simply change the channel, and come up with a DIY solution.
All the best,
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