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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Hi Chaol, Unit3 and all, I have a question:

If, perhaps, I had more than one thing I was looking to experience (I know, how weird! ;P) would it be better to create multiple symbols? Or to interwine it into one desired experience and one symbol?

As in:

a) Abundance (A cash amount in my bank account)
b) Abundance through career (Or more specifically, a cash amount in my bank account from my employer in the career I love)
c) Abundance through career and a mate to share it with (Sailing on a yacht bought with money I made in my awesome career with the love of my life).

Or, three separate symbol/rules/potential/structure paradigms (for lack of a better word) for each?

Also, which is best, the more specific or less?

Hope that makes sense? Thanks! And I'm loving all the interaction lately, as well as the reports of the Genius in effect :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8047570

Hiya Papaya!

Well.. try creating separate models for each (comprised of the 4 elements)

As for specificity, make the Symbol specific but don't attach meaning to it (let your sub-conscious do it). For Logic, create specific rules and follow them.

Gad luck!
 Quoting: Chaol

:) Got it, thanks.

So when I see/interact with my symbol, am I not to think of the initially established intent behind the model? Would that be assigning meaning to the symbol?

For example, I find myself looking at my symbol and wanting to re-mind myself that its value is "thriving career" or "being exhausted from a day of hard but fun work" or whatever.

Not sure if that's my mind not trusting my "subconscious" to know what the symbol represents? Or if this act of consistent labeling of the symbol is part of birthing that intended experience into my perspective.

Thanks always.

PS: Deliciate? Awesome word :)

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