I want to introduce you to Elijah. He’s ten years old and one of his major preoccupations at the moment is conscious manifestation through belief.
Not that many adults know how to do that, but kids are less cluttered. They need very little encouragement – usually just an older person, maybe, who accepts the possibility that they can really do what they say they can do. Well it just so happens that I’ve recently published a book on this very subject, so he knows I’ll listen.
“It’s really working!” he announced with a huge, happy grin as he bounced into my study last week. “THREE times last week, I sat and imagined what I wanted for dinner until I could smell it and see it and taste it, then when I went downstairs I got exactly what I’d imagined!”
He’s ten years old! So what could be more important than getting what you really, really want for dinner that evening? If Elijah keeps going like that, what will he be manifesting by the time he’s twenty? World peace? An end to famine? Or will he by then have stopped believing, and so lost the key to manifesting his dreams? That depends on the rest of us really. Will we help him – and the masses of kids like him – to keep the belief alive? Sadly, it only takes a few people telling an impressionable kid he’s talking rubbish to extinguish that belief. That happens a lot.
If you’re skeptical, good! It means you’re thinking about it. Why not give it a try? If the future is a quantum soup of possibility, and if – as the scientists tell us – we as observers form reality from that soup… why not use belief and imagination to conjure up your favourite meal?
(Or you could check my book for more details: Life: A Player’s Guide by Jan Stone on Kindle or paperback from www.feedaread.com)