These books are perfect for me. They are fantastical. They always have heroes, and incredible odds, and the characters are larger than life.
Just like I used the Medium series to learn how to hold guidance, I am using these books to show me how guidance can be even more difficult to see ahead of time, and why it is so important to surrender one's immediate agenda to guidance.
In my last book I read I saw something that showed guidance in a brand new light.
An orphan boy in Great Britain, in the turn of the 16th century learns fighting and sword making from a couple of outlaws. They suggest he joins a Christian order as a layperson.
The book, twenty or so years later, find this "boy" in Iberia (Spain) a reluctant part of a crusade, where he finds the only man that can save Christendom, at least for a while. Christendom and England... won't explain why, it's a little complicated.
None of the steps make sense, unless you look at them with 20/20 hindsight.
I already have tons of these in my own life, and if you look through this distinction, you'll be able to find traces or indications that you were guided, and your failures, or missteps were not in vain.
I am an atheist, but that doesn't mean I can't see design and that I deny it.
I don't know why there would be design, but there is.
Imaginative, creative humans, writers, relate to the world this way: ordinary, pedestrian humans say: why not to do certain things, why they are impossible Our creative writers say: why not? And lo and behold, most everything that was ever written by creative writers have come to be...
As a child I loved Jules Verne... most what he wrote about was fantastical at his time, 150 years ago. Jules Verne inspired inventions, physical stuff, like the submarine.
Most writers inspire people to access reality, access the beyond, access energies, access intuition.
Whether what they inspired was already there or not: we'll never know. It is like the question whether the cat is alive or dead in quantum physics... but the more fantastical things people write, the faster the beyond reveals its "hand"...
Apart from the stupid, wishful, pedestrian "manifestation" teachings, which have one purpose and only one purpose: to dupe people into behaving as if they didn't have to deserve what they want. And this manifestation b.s. includes religion: where just because you ask for something you'll get it. It also includes faith healing...
Of course placebo works, if the person doesn't know it's a placebo. The moment the person knows, no placebo effect... which just show you how "powerful" mindset is to counter anything that requires you to have a high vibration if you want it to work.
I wrote an article on healing being a negative word.
Then I looked again, in different contexts, and found that healing can be used as "restore", which means healing is a negative word if it is about fixing what is wrong.
I prefer the word "complete", which means that whatever you do leaves you complete, no parts missing, no nagging anything... but I am sure that this meaning of complete is not common fare, so I am thinking of using healing...
How about healing you after a failed relationship? Restoring you to the state: whole and complete, you were before the relationship failed?
How about healing yourself from abuse and its consequences, healing yourself from rape or incest, from disappointment, from being betrayed, from a failed business venture, failed dreams, your stupid upbringing, your education, your wrong ideas... your delusions, your superiority, your arrogance, your being stuck in your mind, etc?
Because it is possible to look at what we are doing here, on yourvibration.com as that. Helping you heal yourself from all the wrong steps, mistakes, accidents that result in the miserable, suffering person you are now.
Going back and restoring you. As many wrong steps, as many stages of "healing".
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