CREATING IN WHOLENESS OBSERVES, AND KNOWS : October 13, 2018

“In the unified field
there is no where to go
because you are every where;
there is no thing you can want
because you are so whole and complete
that you feel like you have everything;
you can’t judge any one
because you are every one;
and it’s no longer necessary to become any body
because you are every body.

. . . . The more whole you feel
the less lack you experience,
and therefore the less you want.
How can you want, or live in lack,
when you feel whole?

If there is less lack,
there is less of the need to create from
duality, polarity, and separation.
How can you want when you’re whole?
When you create from wholeness,
you feel like you already have it.

There is no longer wanting,
trying, wishing, forcing, predicting, fighting, or hoping
—after all, hope is a beggar.

When you create from a state of wholeness,
there are only knowing and observing.

This is the key to manifesting reality:
being connected, not separate.”

Dr. Joe Dispenza, from Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon

I am that I am.
I am that I am.
I am that I am.
I am that I am.
I am that I am.
I am that I am.
I am that I am.

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