John Oxlade
ThetaHealing Certificate of Science Master practitioner and teacher

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The world according to John - my Blog

You manifest what you dwell on, so dwell on the good

ThinkPositiveOne of the key tenets of ThetaHealing is being able to manifest. EVERYONE can manifest, but how effectively and WHAT they manifest varies a lot.

In "The Secret", Rhonda Byrne explains that whatever we put out, (or put another way) whatever we focus on, THAT'S what you'll attract. If you keep moaning about how miserable a day it is, you're going to have a miserable day. However if you choose to focus on the good parts, you'll notice and attract more of the good (even if there is still not-so-good stuff going on too). "The Secret" is just another way of looking at manifesting

First off, you probably want to look at any worthiness issues you may have. If you don't feel you're worthy of attaining something it probably isn't going to happen.

Then you need to decide what it is that you actually want - and that's not as easy as you might think. Explore what would happen if you got it. An example I use sometimes is if you want horses, who's going to look after them if you go on holiday? Think about what you want, what you need to make it happen, whether you need help, etc.

Be open to possibilities. If you knew how to get what you wanted, you'd already have it, so be open to alternatives.

Think of everything that you feel you have missed out on as an opportunity to have something better.

But most of all, ask that it be for the highest and best of all involved.

Don't dwell on what didn't happen in the past, focus on what you want now, and focus on actually having it here and now, focus on the end result not the journey, and see what opportunities open up before you. And when something does (and it will), take hold with both hands and go with it.


“The world according to John”, December 2018