If you have been reading my blog for the last few months and paid attention, you will remember that a couple months ago I bought a book called "Busting Loose From the Money Game" by Robert Scheinfeld. Since that time many things have happened to make me feel that the theories in this book are true. They are wild and they sound very far out in left field, but I always judge something by how it works, I am open minded enough to try things on for size. Many of you will leave this blog right now as you are not interested, and that is fine, I am writing this for the ones who are meant to read it, so if you feel to leave, go. I won't go into the theory except to say that it revolves around the world being a hologram and not real. You can't really effect the hologram from inside it. If you are like me you have tried many self help and spiritual practices to change your life. You have had a little success, but many failures. For my whole life I actually thought the problem was with me. I must not be doing this stuff right, or for some reason God was playing a huge joke, just on me. This book was a revelation, but I had some doubts, so I put "The Process" to work, the process is a way to get power back (read the book), it only works if you do it, reading about it won't change a thing :-). Two months into the work, my world is looking a whole lot different. It is hard to articulate, but for one, money comes much easier, even though it really is not about money, more about freedom. I was given an art show out of the blue, with nothing being done on my part. This week I have been offered a job I used to dream about (even though I am not sure I want it now). The main thing is how happy I am most of the time, without effort or TRYING to be positive, even in crisis. Yes, I can get upset, but I quickly come to my senses when I do the process. I know I might as well be speaking a foreign language, but I have one story that may explain it a bit. Robert, talks about when you start doing the work in the book, things will feel surreal a lot of the time, and they do, very surreal. I had a dream the other night that I feel brought it all home for me. I know, other people's dreams are boring, but I think some of you may like this: In the dream I found myself at a client's house, the one where Finn the dog lives.
In the dream I find myself in the bedroom, I think to myself, how did I get here? It is too early in the week to be here and I did not say hi to G or Finn, I go in the living room and say hello and ask how I got in the house without seeing them? G has no idea. Then I look outside and it is pitch black, I look at the clock and it says 6:30 AM. I ask G why I am there so early, again G has no idea. Mind you, everything in this dream looks exactly right, as solid as REAL life. I laugh and say to G, "Could it be that I am dreaming?" We both laugh and laugh, because that would be insane, everything is so real, I could not possibly be dreaming, then I WAKE up. I look around and I am in a bit of shock because seconds ago, I had really believed I was at G's house talking to her. It was a really wonderful way to see how the theory in this book could be true. I have not been able to forget it. Okay, now that you think Annie has gone round the bend and has been watching too many "Lost" DVDs I am going to go to bed.
Sweet dreams :-). XOXO