This post is dedicated to Belanie Dishong.
Manifesting Desired Experiences
People love to talk about manifestation, Abraham (channeled by Esther Hicks) teaches us to get into the vibration of the having to bring what we want into existence. Bashar (channeled by Darryl Anka) tells us once we have a concept of what we want, get excited, then let go of the outcome. Acting as though you have already received what you wish to experience is also part of raising the vibration of having which aligns you with actually having. This can come in the form of gratitude. If it is a particular job or role you desire, dress and act the part. I don’t mean put on a uniform and deceive people about who you really are. If you want to be a teacher, develop the demeanor of a teacher, think about how it feels to be a teacher and be that way.
I was surprised to learn that I had actually been manifesting all throughout my life. It was always in ways that were very surprising to me. The most noticeable were the cars I drove. I never particularly cared about cars, this is just a means of getting around, but I would like to do so in a safe and reliable car. My approach to cars has always been a practical one, so I never attached a lot of emotion to what I wanted. This was the key, I remained unattached to the outcome, and somehow, every car I cared to drive made its way into my life.
What if desire is not in alignment with beliefs?
There may still be a barrier to clearly manifesting what you desire. This one might be the hardest of all to clear, but once you know it exists, it will be very hard to hide from you forever. You will be seeking it out like a bloodhound. This is what my dear friend Belanie Dishong teaches and she calls it a Core FIlter. By the time we enter school, we have several in place and these will silently control aspects of our lives, protecting us from imagined sources of pain learned from early experiences. Belanie’s first was from the day she was left as a preemie in a hospital incubator and her mother went home without her. These filters can be stored from a VERY young age. You can understand why they can be so well hidden from us.
At the end of a 2 day class with Belanie, and a lot of deeply driven tears, I found my first filter. Not necessarily the first one in place, but the first found. Once I found it and understood how my subconscious put it there because it wanted to protect me from feeling that kind of pain in the future, I dismantled the filter and my life began to change in amazing ways.
On Friday, May 11, 2017, I found another filter. An incident when I was in kindergarten has been coming back to me and it was time to take a close look at it. There was a dance being held at my school and during this dance they had several items for sale. One was a heart necklace and I dearly wanted it. On the day of the dance, my mother gave me the money so I could buy this necklace. I was thrilled as I skipped and ran the distance to my school. I arrived after the dance had been well under way. I walked up to the ticket table and before I could state my wishes, the lady said she was sorry but I could not go in. I was DEVASTED. I could feel the sobs coming up in my chest and ran out the door before I embarrassed myself. As I fled out, I passed a table and saw that this was where I should have gone. I was too distraught to manage my emotions and kept going, crying all the way home. I always wondered why couldn’t I have just composed myself and gone back in? That is the adult thinking, but a core filter had been already installed in the flash of a moment. It is called, “I don’t get my heart’s desire.” When I realized this, all the times throughout my life that I did not get something I deeply desired started playing before my eyes like a slide show.
As I said, finding this filter happened on Friday. On Thursday, I had gone car shopping to replace the 2004 Xterra I was currently driving that only got 13 mpg. Because I drive a lot, I needed something newer and with better gas mileage. I first looked at a used Ford Edge and although the car was nice, it was clearly not the right car. I decided to look at the new Kias, they had some great deals being advertised. The one that really struck me was the Niro, a hybrid motor gas with electric and it charged the battery while driving. It was the middle of the day and the sun was too much, forcing me to say I have to go home and wait until it is cooler to come back. At home I went to lay down in the air conditioning to cool off. As I glanced at the clock, it said 4:44.
Somehow, I did not make it back to Kia that night. Time flew and it was after 8:00 and the dealership closed at 9:00. So instead, I started looking at Hyundai and decided to go look at an IONIQ, also a hybrid, on Friday after work. I loved the car and felt much better about the deal offered here. I had done the math on the website and it looked like I could afford this car. When the offer came to me, it was $300 higher! I just said, this is not going to work. perhaps I should look at the Elantra, still much better gas mileage, but definitely more affordable. So, as not to carry this out too much longer, I ended up getting the deal that worked for me and with the car “my heart desired.” It did not hit me that way until later. I really laughed out loud when I realized that three times I heard, “I really want you to have the car you want.” Once from John, once from the manager and also from the finance manager.
As John and I took our first ride together in it, I noticed the clock on the dash, the time was wrong, but the numbers were right. It said 4:44.
If you would like to find out what is holding you back, I highly suggest you contact Belanie Dishong at Living At Choice. Learning her method of locating and clearing those Core Filters will change your life.
Belanie holds classes and experiential events to help you live the life you REALLY deserve to live.