Here is the bad news:
In spite of the video, in spite of the revision of the Tangerine Method article’s wording, only 1% of you experience the connection.
As I have shared before, anything not witnessed, anything not experienced with your five or six senses, actually didn’t happen.
It may be a fact, but it isn’t the truth. 1
How does this apply to connecting to Source?
If you don’t experience it, it didn’t happen. That is why I distinguish, when I muscle test, between “connected” and “attempted to connect”.
50% of you that read the Tangerine Method article attempted to connect. 1% actually connected, i.e. experienced connecting.
Why is the discrepancy?
Because of two reasons:
- 60% of the attempts concentrate at the wrong spot. It’s like reaching to the switch-plate on the wall, but pushing the wall and not the switch. So even if you visualize the connection, it didn’t happen. So the fact is missing, you didn’t connect, and you experienced something else.
- 40% of the attempts wonder if they are at the right spot, and can’t fix their attention on the spot, on the inside and underside of their tangerine spot. They are at the right spot, it is a fact, they are poised to connect, but they are not sure, so they abandon it, or do it half-heartedly.
Between the moment that the attention connects with the tangerine spot and the connection fully opening and experienced, I have counted, there are nine seconds. Why? I don’t know.
Here is the good news:
For me, personally, and for all the testers, except one, that was the most significant shift in how we view ourselves in the world.
I was planning on doing that particular download for $50 each in groups, and you’ll get it for free.
Why am I giving it away? Because the more people have it the more people will be connecting. And the more you connect the higher your vibration goes.
Once you earned it, nobody and nothing can take it away. If you have a temporary setback, it bounces back to the frequency you earned.
That is what is going to happen on the 27th. Exciting?
- “In mental toughness, we make the distinction between truth and fact. Fact is absolute and cannot be changed. Truth is our perception and can be altered in any way we choose. The critical thinking question is; “is this perception helping or hurting me? Is it moving me closer to or farther from my vision?” Champions alter their perceptions to serve their best interests.”