Tuesday October 27, 2015

Reaching Your target, i.e., the people who would find Your message helpful. It is interesting how different Our attitudes in that regard may be. For me it never was the case: It seems that it has been never required to have the audience guaranteed. And the reason is that the creation itself was definitely too important. Too much to pay any attention to the possibility (or chances) to have (or reach) any audience (readers, listeners). It was always the same: the only important and crucial thing for me was to create. It was so strong desire, so intense drive - that I am impressed to this day.

You know, Evelyn, there are some things I know since some period of time - but that conscious knowledge has not been necessary to live accordingly earlier on. And here is one example of this type: today I know it isn’t just that I always was able to create without any audience - but there always was something more important than that “necessity”, much more important (maybe even the only important thing).

It doesn’t mean I didn’t care about the audience. I was aware that I would like to have some - but it didn’t stop me in my creation, in my activities. It didn’t stop me not to know whether I would be even able to reach any reader or listener.

I’m not necessarily proud of that but it definitely made my life easier. I realized that - when I knew some other people’s attitude. For the part of them it seems to be always important to have at least enough probability to reach the audience. Although I don’t think they all seek for praise but... I think it is usually more comfortable to them: to feel that their message probably will reach its target. That’s my understanding which probable they would confirm.

So for me the main drive was the creation itself and to be so engaged with it, involved as deeply as possible (because only that made me fulfilled).

Then what about the audience and reaching it? For some people - and most certainly for the mind also - it seems so obvious it wouldn’t make sense to create anything if the creator will be the only person who perceives it. But recently I’ve discovered it’s not quite true.

First I encountered a new way of perceiving that matter in one of Bruce Moen’s books, Voyages into the Afterlife. He describes “the Hall of Bright Ideas” - a place on the spiritual plan where new ideas are born in order to be available to anybody on Earth (i.a.) who would be interested in them. It looks like when someone (on the physical plan) is in the need of - for example - some invention - if there is similar, potentially helpful idea designed on the spiritual plan, the person involved will “pick it up” (usually unconsciously) and recognize it as an inspiration or creative vein, something like that. And for that person he (or she) will be the author of that idea - while in fact he/she has only picked it up.

This Bruce’s book is much worth reading because he describes the whole thing in details (the Hall of Bright Ideas and the whole process of transferring ideas to people who need them) in chapter 7 and 9.

Similar situation was described in one of Dolores Cannon’s books, The Convoluted Universe - book Three:

“Asked about whether humans are assisted with inventions.
A: Humans are able to plug into the need for a certain thing and the conscious thought that has already been generated around that certain thing. It is like a physical blob. People who have concentrated on the problem (this is the blob), have opened themselves up to receiving and actually connecting to this thought form. Now, many of them aren’t aware. Just because they concentrated on it a long time doesn’t mean they necessarily meditated or prayed. They may just have thought about it a whole lot. To those people, the invention or idea for the invention may have come in a dream or a flash of insight. Frequently you have read of inventors telling that when they waked, the answer to whatever it was, was there in their brains. This explains also why, in different parts of the world, people come up with the same new invention at relatively the same time. They simply plugged into that problem and the solutions that have been spinning around that problem. Humans create the problem and the solution.”

I find the idea provided by those descriptions very interesting. It inspires to ask some intriguing questions, for example:

What our ideas and inspirations really are? Is their source in us - or somewhere else? How to tell who invented something? Does it really matter - spiritually-wise? Is really our ego the most important thing? Or maybe it is the idea itself?

But what is also very interesting in this concept - is the way the ideas reach people. The author of a particular idea doesn’t have to be in face-to-face contact with their “target” (someone who would need that idea). The author doesn’t even have to be in contact with that person in any way (!). They could never meet each other, they could never know of each other - and still: they could “make a deal”, so to speak, successfully (when the author is fulfilled because of their own creation - and the person who picked it up is also satisfied because of very similar sense of fulfillment on their perspective; the same fulfillment, but in fact it was a cooperation - and it was a cooperation without any need of contact).

It seems very comfortable to place the idea “in space” to be available for every person who would need it - “over the air”. So simple. But how to do that?

How to put the idea in space?

Basing on what the Higher Self told me - You only need to think about it. Visualize it. As well as You can - I mean: with as many details as You can, and with as many emotions as You can, and finally with the proper intention attached (the purpose of its existence/being available). So - in essence - You think about it and that’s all: it becomes available.

Remember the movie Stealing Beauty, with pretty Liv Tyler :) ? The main character was a teenage girl who had a unique (my first thought was: odd ;) ) manner of writing poetry: she wrote something and then she destroyed it. But not on the basis of artistic discontent. See those quotes from the movie script:

“She tears the poem out and hides it inside a book.”

or another scene:

“LUCY at the window (...), writes in a worn journal. (...) She rips out the poem and burns it in the candle’s flame, then lets go of it in the air.”

(Stealing Beauty: Screenplay, by Susan Minot from a story by Bernardo Bertolucci)

This is a perfect and symbolic illustration of the essence of the subject.

In fact the application of this knowledge is much wider than sharing ideas. See following example, in which Eckhart Tolle refers to a particular period of his life when he was very engaged into so called “being” - instead of being involved in the normal, every-day activities:

“Perhaps even on a larger scale it may be that some people for a while have to go very deeply into being simply to provide a balance on the level of the collective consciousness because most human beings are totally lost in doing. So it may require a few humans who go very deeply into being to provide a balance.”

(this quote is from one of a video interview with Eckhart)

In my opinion he describes similar idea in a form of a situation when You can share the way of life - “just” by being Yourself, “just” by existing in Your own way. In fact You can share Your attitude towards life or towards specific subjects. You can share Your mentality. You can share Your level of awareness or spiritual perspective - “only” by being Yourself. You don’t need to reach Your target by meeting with them, or giving them Your books, or giving them Your recordings, or even just speaking to them. It is not necessary to do all those things in order to reach the audience who would benefit on Your message. The only need is to express that message, express Your knowledge, express Yourself. And by expressing we mean giving it a form: written, spoken, painted, sung... lived. Just give it a form - that’s all You need to reach the target, that’s all You need to make it available for anyone who would appreciate it. And that’s the final realization.

If You care how much You could help other people, **You can pay attention to clarity of Your message **- its pureness (regarding what was in Your thoughts first - because You always have the thought first - before You’re going to translate it into a form). The process of translating thoughts into a form (words, for example) requires high carefulness. It is required for You to be as careful as You can in order to translate Your message as properly as it could be translated. And as You might guess, the more proper is the translation - the more it can help other people. Why is it that way? Because in its core form the information is unbeatably clear, pricelessly essential. It has no “verbal noise” and it hasn’t been “sculptured” by Your local (earthly) identity. In a process of translating the information into a form You of course will be confined by Your identity but it can serve You rather than be an obstacle, if You direct it properly (especially if You consider “Yourself” as a proper “tool”). You “are” a tool with the help of which You give messages. You can translate it (i.e., verbalize) very carefully - basing on Your intention to make it as clear and as useful as possible - and Your intention will be considered and will shape Your message “between the lines”.

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