Q: "How to live in the end of seeing a loved one healthy when they continue to be unhealthy since I was a child? Since I have taken responsibility for everything in my life, I sometimes blame myself for this. On your journeys, how did you get past blaming yourself for something like this? Also, how to see someone healthy and well in your mind’s eye when everyday you see them in the “opposite” state. I understood I have to ignore it and stick to the end, but seeing a parent in this situation every day brings up a lot of pain and anxiety. Is persistence the answer? thank you very much yet again."
A: "I completely understand how you feel, as I went through similar things in the past with myself, my dogs, and my family members. The one thing that gave me strength and courage through these times is reminding myself that the situation would not fix by itself. It was up to me, and only me, to change the outcome of this situation. While this may seem like a scary responsibility to others, for me it felt empowering to know that I didn't have to settle. It helped me to snap out of victim mode, into 'God mode'. We should never blame ourselves for what we did not know was the Truth, because blaming is still doing the exact thing we are blaming ourselves for in the first place. Instead, see this as an opportunity to utilize your God given powers, to help transcend the illusions. There is nothing to blame at all.
Then, remember that what you see is temporary. You don't have to resist or ignore your 3D, in fear that by acknowleding it you are manifesting more of it. If you assume that, it will be true. If you assume this is temporary and remember that what you have imagined is the real reality, then things will shift in a much more effortless way, because you are no longer resisting the circumstances, but allowing the circumstances to work for you. This includes your emotions as well. You're right that persistence is the key. But persistence does not mean effort or hardwork, at least not in my book. Persistence isn’t hard work or force, it’s about coming home to your True Self. To that feeling of security and assurance. The more you bring yourself back to that place, the more you are occupying it. And as you know now, the state you occupy the most is what projects out in front of you. If you feel anxious and have fears or doubts, rest in the assurance that this absolutely cannot mess things up. Let's stop associating these emotions with the false premise that it determines how your desires manifest, and go back to the true meaning of feeling- acceptance of the fact that the desire is fulfilled, as Neville says. Acceptance that the desire is yours and fulfilled no matter what." - Jen
Q: "What is your take on 'inspired action'? It’s a term floating around in many Neville and LOA communities.
If I assume that I am God, then isn’t it true that every action is inspired action? But this makes me further question, that for example, if someone is coming from a state of lack, and they desire to initiate communicate with an SP. Now, making the 'first move' or 'texting first' can be desire-driven, but how can we know if it’s the right thing to do? Is it 'inspired action'?
How can we be sure that we are taking the right step while, though it’s desire driven, whether it’s coming from the state of lack/an act of desperation or it’s an 'inspired action'?"
A: "I love this question, as it perfectly goes hand in hand with my discussion about rules from above. To be honest, I never liked the term inspired action. I am sure I have used that term (and mental diet) both in articles before, but they aren't terms I prefer. Just like 'mental miscarriage', although I am sure people are overthinking what Neville meant by this, too much.
Every action comes from the state you are in. What one person thinks is an inspired action, can be something totally different to another person, because they are in different states. For example, someone who is in a state of lack, their inspired action may be to 'save for a rainy day' or always calculating their expenses. There is nothing wrong with this, as I too have a savings account but, I don't save from a place of thinking something bad might happen, or that there might not be enough money to do the things I want to do in the future- my wedding, traveling etc. I have a savings account because I genuinely like looking at all of the numbers in it, haha! That sounds funny, but it is true. In actuality, I know there is nothing to save because I will always have more than enough.
This is coming from my state of abundance. However, while I was in a state of lack before, I did check my bank account etc., and wavered a lot. But, I always reminded myself that these moments mean absolutely nothing. That every time I waver and catch myself, I was growing and evolving. I didn't get down on myself. You see, being aware of who you really are is really the key. If you aren't aware that you are God, or at least that you create your reality, then you'd never realize that you can make your own rules, that every action and step is ultimately leading you to the fulfillment of better experiences.
When you do realize this, you can certainly start to make your own rules in this game of life, and then the real fun begins! To sum it up, assumptions harden into fact. If you assume that every action is the right action, then so it wil be. I usually don't recommend people to take actions that feel like effort or hardwork, simply because who wants to do that, when it's much simpler? In this case, you can wait until it feels inspired, or until it feels good. Because it truly doesn't matter. When you care about these things, you are assuming something can go wrong or mess up your manifestations. You will always be compelled to move in accordance with your state.
Someone who is in a state of accepting who they are, doesn't care about actions, doubts, or fears etc. So, they are compelled to not be upset with themselves, to refocus and move forward, thinking from the fulfilled desire. Those in this state have full confidence and faith in themselves, and in their manifestations. They automatically deem every action and non-action as inspired and perfectly okay.
Someone who is in a state of not accepting who they really are, is compelled to care about these moments and gets down on themselves. Maybe they question their abilities, or wonder if any of these moments will affect their manifestations.
You should always do what you want. You're the operant power. If you feel like an action is wrong, or that you shouldn't have done it, then just remember that simply isn't the truth and turn your focus back to that True Self within you. The True Self that sees no mistakes and no wrong action.
Not only did you just instantly shift your state, but you also didn't allow what happened in one parallel reality to be carried over to another." - Jen