things are not spiritual."
note the discrepancy: When you want money and at
the same time say focusing on it is bad or selfish, you
are pushing it away.
the fans of the movie are doing this.
Some of the very people who use the Law of Attraction to
get out of debt or attract a new car, at a later point
only attract so much money before they begin to think
they are being selfish. At that point they
unconsciously turn off the flow and wonder what
happened. They then begin to criticize the movie,
strange thing to see.
people scramble to find money and worry and fret about
they actually learn how to attract it, get some, and
begin to complain that money isn't spiritual.
minute. Weren't these the same people who wanted
money in the first place? Why was money good when
they didn't have it and bad when they finally got it?
this is because of people's beliefs. They hit what
I call their threshold of deservingness.
father plays the lottery. But when the lotto gets
to a hundred million dollars, he quits playing. He
says that amount is "too much" and "that
much money will ruin you."
ninety-nine million is OK but one hundred million isn't?
we're dealing with beliefs. We're dealing with
thresholds of deservingness.
at an event once when a fellow called his wife and
handed me the phone. He wanted a star of The
Secret to surprise her. I took the call, said
my name, and heard her scream. She was talking to
a celebrity. She was giddy with excitement.
But then she started asking me what I was doing to save
woman had gone from being a fan of The Secret
and using what she learned to manifest a few things, to
hitting her comfort zone and now not wanting anything
a blog at http://www.mrfireblog.com. I sometimes
write about one of my favorite cars, named
Francine. She’s a 2005 Panoz Esperante GTLM, a
hand-assembled exotic luxury sports car. I love
Francine. But not everyone loves me writing about
her. One person who reads my blog regularly wrote
used to get upset when you wrote about all your cars,
but now I see you were simply pushing my button.
The button is inside me. It had nothing to do with
you or your cars. I wasn’t OK with wealth, and
so I didn’t like to see it flaunted by others.
Now I enjoy hearing you talk about Francine. Thank
you for helping to dissolve my inner limits.”
reader recognized his threshold of deservingness.
Once he was aware of it, he was able to easily raise it
to a new level.
example is this: Many of the teachers in the movie
The Secret create products and services to help
you achieve your goals. I just created an
audioprogram called The Missing Secret to do
this. When your mindset is open, you thank them
for their services. When your mindset is closed,
you say they are just "selling."
are they selling or serving?
both and it's neither. It depends on your
beliefs. It depends on your threshold of
deservingness. If you think they are taking
advantage of you, you call it selling (because you think
selling is bad). If you think they are helping
you, you call it serving (because you know serving is
it's all about beliefs, and particularly your belief
about what you feel you deserve. That
belief creates a threshold that you won't get past
without some work using clearing methods. Getting
clear is the missing secret to your success. Until
you get clear of the limiting beliefs within you, almost
nothing you try will work. Until you raise your
level of deservingness, you will stop short of
reminds me of a question a therapist used to ask
good can you stand it?"
us can't stand it really good.
will the neighbors think?"
will my family think?"
it's too good, surely something bad will
don't deserve it too good."
it's too good, it won't last and I'll be miserable
I'm happy, I won't do anything to save the planet."
are all limiting beliefs. You need to get clear of
them. The missing secret is that once you remove
those counter-intentions, you can have, do, or be
anything you can imagine.
life can be fantastic. Truly amazing. But
very often we hit a comfort level and won't go past
it. Why? Because of our self-imposed limits.
Because of our threshold of deservingness.
deceive yourself with rationalizations and criticisms
about The Secret, me, others, the world, etc.,
but the end result is, you limit your own
reminding people that once you get clear using The
Missing Secret, there's not much you can't have,
do, or be. In fact, I doubt there are any limits
at all. The only limits we have are based on our
current understanding of reality, and that keeps
changing as we keep raising the bar on what’s
possible. Your goal should always be happiness,
what I call spiritual awakening, but the only limits
along the way are your own.
good can you stand it, anyway?