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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Unit3
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Hi.

Any symbol will do. Just create something unique. No need to relate it directly to your intention. You're representing something that cannot be represented, so it doesn't matter what it is. (But if you try to represent something intentionally using elements from what you desire you will most likely be missing a world of experiences, and could be missing your desired perspective.)
 Quoting: Chaol


Chaol, sorry for not being clear, but my question was regarding the desired perspective itself and not the created symbol segway. Specifically, should the symbol I create relate to the actual attainment of the position itself, or should it relate to an aspect of the job (e.g. the benefits/401k paperwork)?

For instance, in your most recent example, I infer that you wanted a Bentley; and instead of making a symbol directly related to [the car itself], you made the symbol that represented your handling of an administrative experience with scratched wheels. Is this correct?

My question concerns intent--as in, does my symbol represent my perceiving of me 'getting the job', or need it represent an other aspect which would be part and parcel to me getting that particular job so that I can actually experience "getting the job!"?

Thanks again for any help you may provide.
 Quoting: X Won 1407931


Hi.

You were clear. My suggestion stands. The intention comes out when you're creating a "random" symbol. There is no need to make an obvious symbol.

So when you are thinking about your goal there's no need to make your symbol relate to it.

(It is related automatically through your sub-conscious. If our conscious mind does it, it will probably screw it up because it's not so smart.)
 Quoting: Chaol



Very interesting. Thanks.
 
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