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Monday, February 21, 2011


February 21, 2011

I've read words of two people recently about barriers within that could be preventing one from experiencing a desired state--one yesterday about financial abundance. So it occurred to me that it had been a while since I've explored and searched for blocks and interferences with this, that, and the other.

Now one can probably make a list of what one wants that has continued to elude and failed to manifest without a lot of effort and even add a few things that are just on one's "wish list." That's the first step. It can be financial abundance or it can be even something as simple as a piece of furniture or contact lenses for the eyes. After making the list, the second step is to ask one's self how many barriers there are within to each item on the list. This is where some people draw a blank, for if one isn't in the habit of consulting with one's Divine Support Team and getting responses and/or if one doesn't have experience with using a dowsing device or using simple muscle-testing techniques, then getting answers probably isn't going to happen. I recommend learning, practicing, and gaining experience at all.

Meanwhile, one can skip that second step, assume there are barriers, and communicate with one's subconscious and subpersonalities who are either co-creators (team players) or generate interference and create barriers. It is strongly recommended that one include one's subpersonalities in one's decision making and call upon their skills as needed. There have been more than a few books written on working with one's subpersonalities, including "Multiplicity: The New Science of Personality, Identity, and the Self" (Rita Carter--an award-winning science and medical writer, New York, Little Brown & Company, 2008), "Embracing Our Selves: The Voice Dialogue Manual" (Hal Stone, Ph.D. and Sidra L. Stone, Ph.D, California, New World Library, 1989), "Subpersonalities" (John Rowan, London, Brunner-Routledge, 1990), "The Myth of Sanity: Divided Consciousness and the Promise of Awareness" (Martha Stout, Viking Penguin, 2001), "The Plural Self" (John Rowan and Mick Cooper, eds., London, Sage Publications, 1999), "Multimind" (Robert Ornstein, Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1986). The list goes on. These books are not about Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) or Multi-Personality Disorder (MPD), but about what they and others consider normal and healthy. In summary, if you don't work with your subpersonalities, it is quite possible they are working against you.

Because I'm experienced at getting information about my own self and others in various ways, I found the number of inner barriers to the items on my list. Then I thought about why there might be objections to the manifestation of each on the part of my inner selves and began communicating with them. I could have taken more time and gone into my inner conference room and established two-way commnication, but I chose just to be the sole communicator this time (which doesn't mean I didn't sense some of the thoughts and feelings of my inner selves). I chose to speak aloud and softly.

I suggest those inexperienced at dialoguing with one's subpersonalities/inner selves begin with some deep, relaxing breaths with eyes closed and then introducing one's self and intention, such as "Subconscious mind, I am requesting the attention of all of my inner selves because I have something to say." No hurry, breathe and speak slowly. And then explain yourself, such as, "I sense some of you have objections to our relationship with [person's name]." Or, "There seems to be some resistance to moving back home with Mom & Dad." Continue on with the reasons why you feel it's the right thing to do, why you want to explore the relationship, how something is only temporary, why something is needed, etc. In my case, I found five barriers to obtaining a big conversion van, and I know why. It's because some of my inner selves don't want to return to the "traveling angel" lifestyle. I have reasoned with them before, vowing not to do so except on a part-time basis. Apparently, part-time is still too much time, and I'm going to have to settle on a different type of automobile and commit to not sleeping in it. Found the most objections to "romance," and I'm in agreement and not going to try to convince them otherwise. We have our reasons, folks! One of them is like the old song goes: "If I can't have you, I don't want nobody baby." Think that was an Areatha Franklin song, but not sure about that.

One usually finds that working with one's inner selves/subpersonalities definitely is rewarding and can change one's life for the better. I'm one of those people. Another practice that sometimes helps is to decree/affirm, such as this: "I Am [name]. I Am That I Am. I [name] Decree I Am dissolving and clearing all barriers within myself to ___________ [financial abundance or a wonderful love-mate relationship, etc.]

I find that I learn by reading of other's personal thoughts and experiences rather than just by lectures, articles, and books that lack any personal sharing. And that's why I share bits of personal information in my writings.

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Angel-Light Love
Healing/Wellbeing Facilitator