Today we continue the discussion on how to read the message in a challenge before the signal gets very intense. First, a review of Step 1.
Step 1. Believe there is, or may be, a message for you in the challenge you are experiencing. If you believe everything happens by pure dumb chance and there is no message in any experience, stop reading this post and wait for my blog on magnesium. If you are sure there is no message you're smart enough not to waste your time looking for one.
Step 2. Set and hold your intent to read and understand the message. As I've said before, an intent that you set and hold is very powerful and will contribute to your achieving what you would probably not achieve without it.
Step 3. Learn to communicate with nature intelligence through muscle testing, also known as applied kinesiology.
Nature intelligence: For more than a year, I’ve been testing the hypothesis that nature is a conscious intelligence which it is possible to consciously communicate. During this testing I have had some of the most incredibly productive and joyful experiences of my life. This encourages me to continue testing the hypothesis. To learn more about nature intelligence go to http://http://www.perelandra-ltd.com//PDF/PP11_What_is_Nature_Intelligence.pdf
Muscle testing, a.k.a. kinesiology, is a wonderfully useful skill that will benefit you far beyond reading the message in your challenges, as important as that is. I'll be saying more about this in subsequent blogs but will just mention now that you can use muscle testing to determine whether or not you need a particular nutritional supplement or prescription drug, whether that particular supplement or drug is likely to be harmful to you, and if beneficial, the best dose. But for now, I'll just say that you can use the muscle testing to check out whether what you think is the message in the challenge is correct or not. You say, "I think the message for me in this challenge is_______. Is that correct?" If the muscle you are testing maintains its strength, that's a "Yes". If the muscle weakens slightly and momentarily, that's a "No." To learn more about muscle testing, go to http://www.perelandra-ltd.comhttp://www.perelandra-ltd.com/Kinesiology_W73.cfm
If you decide to learn how to use kinesiology, start small. There is a learning curve and we all make mistakes on a learning curves. You have probably learned more from your mistakes than from your successes. I have from mine. At first, let your kinesiology mistakes be on things that don't matter a lot. For example, if your question is, "Is the message in this challenge that I should take a second mortgage on my property and invest the proceeds in AIG?" and you get a "yes," don't go right out and do it. Try the process first on issues that won't make a big impact on your life if you missread your muscle test. On the other hand, don't let fear of making mistakes scare you out of taking action. Not taking action because of fear of making a mistake can be the biggest mistake of all because it can prevent your learning what you need to know.
Step 4. Once you believe you know the message, the proof is in taking action on it and observing the result. This is the only way you'll ever know if your understanding of the message is correct or not. Talking about your understanding can make interesting cocktail party conversation. Taking action on it changes you and, to some degree your world--or lets you know you were wrong about the message. Again, don't let fear of getting it wrong stop you. Listen to what Carl Jung, wisest of the psychoanalysts, said about mistakes. "Mistakes are, after all, the foundations of truth, and if a man does not know what a thing is, it is at least an increase in knowledge if he knows what it is not."
I'll be returning to this crucially important subject of how to read the message in the challenge, but I believe magnesium is up next for this blog. I chose to digress to this Reading the Message issue because I thought it might be timely for some my readers.