What you are presently reading constitutes an ongoing series of "intelligent creative acts" for the purpose of:
  • Manifesting:

    • Higher Beings (carnate and discarnate)

    • Supersensible and terrestrial effects

  • Explicating how these manifestations are brought about through spiritual creation, theurgical conjuring, Perennialist sorcery 1, and Hermetism, or its synonym Alchemy, whose primary intention and office is the practice of the philosophic and exact science of the regeneration of the human soul from its present sense-immersed state into the perfection and nobility of that divine condition in which it was originally created

  • Attaining capabilities and understandings
  The purpose of manifesting Higher Beings is to commune (dialectically interchange) and cooperate with them for higher spiritual ends. Manifesting supersensible and terrestrial effects and attaining capabilities and understandings is for the purpose of bringing about higher spiritual ends.

  This current Work of Spiritual Manifesting encompasses these fundaments:
  • Gaining effectual, productive understanding of the principles and techniques of intelligent creative manifestation: a tuning into the universal power, and a stepping down of that power into a degree that will manifest

  • Explicating and legitimizing the purpose for Spiritual Manifesting

  • Envisioning the essence of Higher Beings and higher supersensible and terrestrial effects

  • Spiritually petitioning for the capability of contacting Higher Beings and attaining higher supersensible and terrestrial effects

  • Theurgically conjuring 2 Higher beings and higher supersensible and terrestrial effects

  • Attempting to manifest healing of debilities persons connected with this essay are experiencing

  • Attempting to manifest healing of our nation and our world as America begins a new chapter in its history

Gaining effectual, productive understanding of the
principles and techniques of intelligent creative manifestation
  1. Manifestation in the finite realm constitutes an arrestment of the unbroken harmony of the One
  2. Manifestation constitutes the setting in motion of a specific set of intentions and vibrations
  3. A specific manifestation may take form in different manifestation modalities (e.g. person, object, event, effect, book, essay, poem, play, phantasy, coincidence, etc.)
  4. Utilizing this intelligent creative act of manifestation as a focus for dialectical interchange with one or more persons
  5. A specific manifestation may involve either or both supersensible and terrestrial means and wisdom

Create your own reality--A Sioux Legend

The Creator gathered all of creation and said, "I want to hide something from the humans until they are ready for it. It is the realization that they create their own reality."
The eagle said, "Give it to me, I will take it to the moon."
The Creator said, "No, one day they will go there and find it."
The salmon said, "I will hide it on the bottom of the ocean."
"No, they will go there, too."
The buffalo said, "I will bury it on the great plains."
The Creator said, "They will cut into the skin of the earth and find it."
Then Grandmother Mole, who lives in the breast of Mother Earth, and who has no physical eyes but sees with spiritual eyes, said, "Put it inside them."
And the Creator said, "It is done."

Spiritually Manifesting Through the Soul's Aspiration-Envisioning Capability 3

  1. The soul is the Locus of our supersensible being, just as the body is the Locus of our terrestrial, mortal existence.

  2. The soul's apperceptive, cognitive activity is by means of the mind (cognition is more than sensation), the soul's affectional activity is through the emotions, and the soul's aspiration-envisioning activity is through the imagination and waking dreaming.

  3. We ordinarily locate our self-consciousness in our bodily sensations, our emotions, and our mind. We can attain the ability to locate our self-consciousness in our soul.

  4. Through its aspiration-envisioning capability, the soul frees itself from the state of bondage to the body and operates according to its own nature. Thus aspiration-envisioning becomes the field of inquiry and the means of manifesting for philosophers (seekers and lovers of wisdom) attempting to gain effective, productive understanding of the soul and the supersensible realm in which it has being.

  5. Through its aspiration-envisioning capability the soul frees itself from ordinary thinking about reality. It returns to its own sphere. Thereby it abandons, as it were, the well-tended and well-trodden pathways of the ordinary mental and emotional life and sets forth on the flowing, pathless sea of spiritual being.

  6. To spiritually manifest during the waking envisioning activity of the soul, while awake through the ordinary sense--experiencing physical sensations and emotions, forming mental pictures, etc.--one makes oneself as independent of the external world of the senses as when one is sleeping and dreaming.

  7. We become a fully conscious, wakeful initiator and participant in High envisioning--our imagination unrestricted by ordinary reality-- through such activities as phantasy, enchantment, waking dreaming, imagining, anagogy, make-believe, invention, identification with Higher Self, mystery, myth, mythos, vision, and wonder.

  8. The aspiration-envisioning capability of the soul involves positive fantasizing: psychically and spiritually Seeing oneself being and doing in ways that are currently beyond our present understanding and capacity. Don Juan (Carlos Castaneda's fictional Teacher) defined and described the soul's envisioning capability as Seeing:
    "Seeing is to lay bare the core of everything, to witness the unknown and to glimpse into the unknowable. Seeing is alignment with the Indescribable Force's emanations. Seeing is responding to the perceptual solicitations of a world outside the description we have learned to call reality."

  9. The conscious self, now aware of itself as Soul, directs its gaze away from outer observation and back upon itself and discovers itself as spiritual entity. This self-awareness as Soul now becomes the content of its vision.

  10. Through the strengthening of the autonomous, aspiration-envisioning activity of the soul the vision of the external world is gradually dampened to the dimness of dream, and the vision of the inner world, in its reality, brightens and becomes more real to the conscious self.

  11. In the inner vision of aspiration-envisioning activity, the soul recognizes itself as the creative principle. And one's own body is revealed as created in the image of the soul.

  12. In spiritual vision of itself (during aspiration-envisioning activity) the soul so grows in strength that its own Higher Reality becomes discernible, and the body and all of terrestrial existence becomes recognizable in its character of a reflected image of the Higher Reality (Supersensible) Domain.

  13. The soul perceives itself in its own being, completely detached from the body. Now, however, the soul beholds not only the forming of the body but also, beyond that, the formation of its own volition and its Supersensible Personal Plan.

  14. The inner nature of the will remains as unknown to ordinary consciousness as the events of dreamless sleep. One experiences a thought that contains the intention of the will. This thought sinks into the obscure world of the feelings and disappears into the darkness of the bodily processes. It emerges again as the external bodily process of an arm movement, for example, that is comprehended anew through a thought and a memory. Between the two thought contents there lies something miraculous called volition which produces effects.

  15. To spiritual vision the joining of the soul with the body in a terrestrial life is a mission that the soul has need first to complete before it can continue on its independent evolutionary journey.

  16. Thereby, the soul experiences itself as a purely spiritual being that has allowed the forming and maintenance of the body, and the living of a terrestrial life, to become a major, temporary part of the soul's eternal activity of spiritual evolution.
  You must make certain that your aspirational envisioning is for the very highest outcome possible for all involved. Spiritual manifesting as discussed and taught in this essay is a supersensible, miraculous power that persons can work to attain which allows those persons to bring into reality whatever outcome they desire, aspirationally envision as already realized, and bring into manifest reality. It is possible to manifest an outcome that is less than the highest, even though it may be somewhat desireable. 4 Make certain that you work to aspirationally envision only those outcomes that are the highest, most beneficial to all elements (persons, situations, events, objects, Forms) involved.

"Creative visualization is the technique of using your imagination to create what you want in your life. There is nothing at all new, strange, or unusual about creative visualization. You are already using it every day, every minute in fact. It is your natural power of imagination, the basic creative energy of the universe, which you use constantly, whether or not you are aware of it.

"Imagination is the ability to create an idea, a mental picture, or a feeling sense of something. In creative visualization you use your imagination to create a clear image, idea, or feeling of something you wish to manifest. Then you continue to focus on the idea, feeling, or picture regularly, giving it positive energy until it becomes objective reality . . . in other words, until you actually achieve what you have been imagining. . .

"After relaxing into a deep, quiet, meditative state of mind, imagine that you are . . . in your ideal . . . situation. Imagine yourself in the physical setting or environment that you would like . . . interacting with people in a harmonious way. . . Try to get a feeling in yourself that this is possible; experience it as if it were already happening. In short, imagine it exactly the way you'd like it to be, as if it were already so! . . . Repeat this short, simple exercise often, perhaps twice a day, or whenever you think about it. . . .

"Don't fear that the power of creative visualization can be used for harmful ends. Creative visualization is a means of unblocking or dissolving the barriers we ourselves have created to the naturally harmonious, abundant, and loving flow of the universe. It is only truly effective when it is used in alignment with our highest goals and purposes, for the highest good of all beings."

"It's a good idea to add the following phrase to any creative visualization process you do: This, or something better, now manifests for me in totally satisfying and harmonious ways, for the highest good of all concerned.

"Always phrase affirmations in the present tense, not in the future. It's important to create your desire as if it already exists. Always phrase affirmations in the most positive way you can. Affirm what you do want, not what you don't want.

"The inner guide is known by many different names, such as your counselor, spirit guide, imaginary friend, or master. It is a higher part of yourself, which can come to you in many different forms, but usually comes in the form of a person or being whom you can talk to and relate to as a wise and loving friend. . . Ask your guide if there is anything he or she would like to say to you, or any advice he or she would like to give you at the moment. If you wish, you can ask some specific questions. You may get immediate answers but, if not, don't be discouraged --the answers will come to you in some form later. . . Many people who have established relationships with their guides meet them every day in their meditation.

"Manifestation through creative visualization is the process of realizing and making visible on the physical plane our divine potential."

Shakti Gawain, Creative Visualization, 1948

"Whatever you pray about and ask for, believe that you have received it and it will be yours." Mark 11: 24 (J.B. Phillips' translation)

Feeling Is The Secret, Neville Goddard, 1951

  The world and all within it is man's consciousness objectified. Consciousness is the one and only reality. In order to intelligently operate the law of consciousness it is necessary to understand the relationship between consciousness and the subconscious. The conscious mind is personal and selective; the subconscious mind is impersonal and non-selective. The conscious mind is the realm of effect; the subconscious mind is the realm of cause. The conscious mind is male; the subconcious mind is female.

  No idea can be impressed on the subconscious until it is felt, but once felt--be it good, bad or indifferent--it must be expressed. Feeling is the one and only medium through which ideas are conveyed to the subconscious.

  Therefore, the man who does not control his feeling may easily impress the subconscious with undesirable states. By control of feeling is not meant restraint or suppression of your feeling, but rather the disciplining of self to imagine and entertain only such feeling as contributes to your happiness.

  What you feel you are always dominates what you feel you would like to be; therefore, to be realized, the wish must be felt as a state that is rather than a state that is not.

  Think feelingly only of the state you desire to realize. Feeling the reality of the state sought and living and acting on that conviction is the way of all seeming miracles. All changes of expression are brought about through a change of feeling. A change of feeling is a change of destiny. All creation occurs in the domain of the subconscious. What you must acquire, then, is a reflective control of the operation of the subconscious, that is, control of your ideas and feelings.

  Chance or accident is not responsible for the things that happen to you, nor is predestined fate the author of your fortune or misfortune. Your subconscious impressions determine the conditions of your world. The subconscious is not selective; it is impersonal and no respecter of persons [Acts 10:34; Romans 2:11]. The subconscious is not concerned with the truth or falsity of your feeling. It always accepts as true that which you feel to be true. Feeling is the assent of the subconscious to the truth of that which is declared to be true. Because of this quality of the subconscious there is nothing impossible to man. Whatever the mind of man can conceive and feel as true, the subconscious can and must objectify. Your feelings create the pattern from which your world is fashioned, and a change of feeling is a change of pattern. The subconscious never fails to express that which has been impressed upon it.

  To impress the subconscious with the desirable state, you must assume the feeling that would be yours had you already realized your wish. In defining your objective, you must be concerned only with the objective itself. The manner of expression or the difficulties involved are not to be considered by you. To think feelingly on any state impresses it on the subconscious. Therefore, if you dwell on difficulties, barriers or delay, the subconscious, by its very non-selective nature, accepts the feeling of difficulties and obstacles as your request and proceeds to produce them in your outer world.

  The subconscious is the womb of creation. It receives the idea unto itself through the feelings of man. It never changes the idea received, but always gives it form. Hence the subconscious out-pictures the idea in the image and likeness of the feeling received. To feel a state as hopeless or impossible is to impress the subconscious with the idea of failure.

  Your desires are not subconsciously accepted until you assume the feeling of their reality, for only through feeling is an idea subconsciously accepted and only through this subconscious acceptance is it ever expressed.

  You are already that which you want to be, and your refusal to believe this is the only reason you do not see it. To seek on the outside for that which you do not feel you are is to seek in vain, for we never find that which we want; we find only that which we are.

  In short, you express and have only that which you are conscious of being or possessing.

  Mastery of self-control of your thoughts and feelings is your highest achievement.

  Use sleep and prayer to aid you in realizing your desired states: the two gateways into the subconscious.

  It is in sleep and in prayer, a state akin to sleep, that man enters the subconscious to make his impressions and receive his instructions. In these states the conscious and subconscious are creatively joined. The male and female become one flesh. Sleep is the time when the male or conscious mind turns from the world of sense to seek its lover or subconscious self.

  The conditions and events of your life are your children formed from the molds of your subconscious impressions in sleep. They are made in the image and likeness of your innermost feeling that they may reveal you to yourself.

  Nothing stops you from realizing your objective save your failure to feel that you are already that which you wish to be, or that you are already in possession of the thing sought. Your subconscious gives form to your desires only when you feel your wish fulfilled.

  You should always feel the wish fulfilled before you drop off to sleep. You never draw out of the deep of yourself that which you want; you always draw that which you are, and you are that which you feel yourself to be as well as that which you feel as true of others.

  To be realized, then, the wish must be resolved into the feeling of being or having or witnessing the state sought. This is accomplished by assuming the feeling of the wish fulfilled. The feeling which comes in response to the question "How would I feel were my wish realized?" is the feeling which should monopolize and immobilize your attention as you relax into sleep. You must be in the consciousness of being or having that which you want to be or to have before you drop off to sleep.

  Disregard appearances and feel that things are as you wish them to be.

  As soon as you succeed in convincing yourself of the reality of the state sought, results follow to confirm your fixed belief. You never suggest to another the state which you desire to see him express; instead, you convince yourself that he is already that which you desire him to be. Realization of your wish is accomplished by assuming the feeling of the wish fulfilled. You cannot fail unless you fail to convince yourself of the reality of your wish.

  The waking two-thirds of your life on earth ever corroborates or bears witness to your subconscious impressions. The actions and events of the day are effects; they are not causes.

  The part you play on the world's stage is determined by your conception of yourself.

  By feeling your wish fulfilled and quietly relaxing into sleep, you cast yourself in a star role to be played on earth tomorrow, and, while asleep, you are rehearsed and instructed in your part. The acceptance of the end automatically wills the means of realization. Make no mistake about this. If, as you prepare for sleep, you do not consciously feel yourself into the state of the answered wish, then you will take with you into the chamber of her who conceived you the sum total of the reactions and feelings of the waking day; and while asleep, you will be instructed in the manner in which they will be expressed tomorrow. You will rise believing that you are a free agent, not realizing that every action and event of the day is predetermined by your concept of self as you fell asleep. Your only freedom, then, is your freedom of reaction. You are free to choose how you feel and react to the day's drama, but the drama--the actions, events and circumstances of the day--have already been determined.

  Unless you consciously and purposely define the attitude of mind with which you go to sleep, you unconsciously go to sleep in the composite attitude of mind made up of all feelings and reactions of the day. Every reaction makes a subconscious impression and, unless counteracted by an opposite and more dominant feeling, is the cause of future action.

  Ideas enveloped in feeling are creative actions. Use your divine right wisely. Through your ability to think and feel, you have dominion over all creation.

  Sleep is the door into heaven. What you take in as a feeling you bring out as a condition, action, or object in space. So sleep in the feeling of the wish fulfilled.

  PRAYER, like sleep, is also an entrance into the subconscious. Prayer is an illusion of sleep which diminishes the impression of the outer world and renders the mind more receptive to suggestion from within. The mind in prayer is in a state of relaxation and receptivity akin to the feeling attained just before dropping off to sleep. Prayer is not so much what you ask for, as how you prepare for its reception. "Whatsoever things ye desire, when ye pray believe that you have received them, and ye shall have them" [Mark 11:24]. The only condition required is that you believe that your prayers are already realized.

  Your prayer must be answered if you assume the feeling that would be yours were you already in possession of your objective. The moment you accept the wish as an accomplished fact, the subconscious finds means for its realization. To pray successfully then, you must yield to the wish, that is, feel the wish fulfilled. The perfectly disciplined man is always in tune with the wish as an accomplished fact.He knows that consciousness is the one and only reality, that ideas and feelings are facts of consciousness and are as real as objects in space; therefore he never entertains a feeling which does not contribute to his happiness, for feelings are the causes of the actions and circumstances of his life.

  On the other hand, the undisciplined man finds it difficult to believe that which is denied by the senses and usually accepts or rejects solely on appearances of the senses. Because of this tendency to rely on the evidence of the senses, it is necessary to shut them out before starting to pray, before attempting to feel that which they deny. Whenever you are in the state of mind "I should like to, but I cannot," the harder you try, the less you are able to yield to the wish. You never attract that which you want, but always attract that which you are conscious of being.

  Prayer is the art of assuming the feeling of being and having that which you want.

To yield successfully to the wish as an accomplished fact, you must create a passive state, a kind of reverie or meditative reflection similar to the feeling which precedes sleep. In such a relaxed state, the mind is turned from the objective world and easily senses the reality of a subjective state. It is a state in which you are conscious and quite able to move or open your eyes but have no desire to do so. An easy way to create this passive state is to relax in a comfortable chair or on a bed. If on a bed, lie flat on your back with your head on a level with your body, close the eyes and imagine that you are sleepy. Feel--I am sleepy, so sleepy, so very sleepy.

In a little while, a faraway feeling accompanied by a general lassitude and loss of all desire to move envelops you. You feel a pleasant, comfortable rest and not inclined to alter your position, although under other circumstances you would not be at all comfortable. When this passive state is reached, imagine that you have realized your wish--not how it was realized, but simply the wish fulfilled. Imagine in picture form what you desire to achieve in life; then feel yourself as having already achieved it. Thoughts produce tiny little speech movements which may be heard in the passive state of prayer as pronouncements from without. However, this degree of passivity is not essential to the realization of your prayers. All that is necessary is to create a passive state and feel the wish fulfilled.

  You must not leave behind you the mistakes of the past. Nothing disappears. Everything that has been is still in existence. The past still exists and it still gives its results. You must go back in memory, seek for, and destroy the causes of evil or degradation, however far back they lie. Go back into the past in memory and live the past in imagination as it ought to have been lived the first time. In this way the revised past is recreated into the present. Any alteration of the past results in changed circumstances in the present and the future.

  You also should not leave behind the positive elements of the past. If, for example, you enjoyed a specific situation in the past, but that situation has changed for you, or you experienced a particulary positive episode of good fortune, which has diminished, you can psychically and spiritually "re-visit" those episodes which you wish to re-live, re-actualize, and re-energize. By re-visiting those positive episodes (perhaps by creating and listening to audio files that verbally re-enact those scenes), you can bring those past realities to present reality. As you listen to those re-enactments of past experiences, the identical, original feelings can be re-experienced in the present, bringing the experiences and the feelings to present actualization.

  Also, you must be aware that the future is already in supersensible being and influences the present. You can deliberately enact specific scenes from your desired future (again, perhaps by creating and listening to audio files that verbally enact those future scenes). As you listen to those enactments of future experiences, your heightened emotions (at experiencing what you desire) will give your subconscious mind the power to actualize that desired future in present reality.

  Our conscious mind generates ideas and desires and impresses these on the subconscious mind. Our emotional center selects and experiences specific feelings. Our imagination aspirationally envisions desired future realities. The subconscious mind receives ideas, feelings, and aspirational envisionings, and gives form and expression to them. The subconscious mind does not originate ideas, or feelings, or aspirational envisionings, but accepts as true or real those which the conscious mind, the emotions, and the imagination feel to be genuine. Then, in a way known only to itself, it objectifies the accepted ideas, feelings, and aspirational envisionings into present reality. Through their power to think, feel, and imagine [aspirationally envision], and their freedom to choose the ideas, emotions, or aspirations they will entertain, humans have control over creation.

  Control of the subconscious mind is accomplished through control of your ideas, feelings, and aspirations. The mechanism of creation is hidden in the very depths of the subconscious mind, the female aspect or womb of creation. The subconscious mind transcends reason and emotion. It contemplates an idea, feeling, or an aspiration as a fact existing within itself, and on this assumption proceeds to give expression to them. The creative process begins with an idea, feeling, or aspiration and its cycle runs it course, ending in a volition to act and create. Ideas and aspirations are impressed on the subconscious mind through the medium of feeling. No idea or aspiration can be impressed on the subconscious mind until it is felt, but once felt, be it good, bad, or indifferent, it must be expressed.

  Feeling is the one and only medium through which ideas or aspirations are conveyed to the subconscious mind. Therefore, persons who do not control their feelings may easily impress their subconscious mind with undesireable states or emotions. What you feel you are always dominates what you would like to be. Therefore, to be realized the wish must be felt as a state that IS (currently real). Think feelingly only on the state you desire to realize. Feeling the reality of the state sought (aspired to) and living and acting on that conviction is the way of all seeming miracles. A change of feeling is a change of destiny. All creation occurs in the domain of the subconscious mind. What you must attain is a reflective control of the operation of the subconscious, that is, control of your ideas, aspirations, and feelings. The subconscious mind is not concerned with the truth or falsity of your feelings; it always accepts as true that which you feel to be true. To impress the subconscious mind with the desireable state you must assume the feeling that would be yours had you already realized your desire.

  The subconscious mind responds to persuasion rather than command. By assuming the feeling that would be yours were you already in possession of the state you desire, the subconscious mind is moved to create the exact likeness of your desire. Your desires are not subconsciously accepted until you assume the feeling of the reality of those desires. Only through feeling is an idea subconsciously accepted and only through the subconscious acceptance is it ever expressed.

  Contemplate and genuinely feel the joy that IS yours as you actually realize the desired situation you now are living. Abandon yourself to your wish fulfilled in your love for that state, living in the new state and no more in the old state. Imagine you are already in the circumstance you want to be in and feel your joy in your new circumstances. Commit yourself to the feeling of the wish fulfilled in faith that this act of self-commission has become your new reality. Aspirational envisioning and sorcery create reality.

  I do not have to be concerned as to how what I eagerly desire and am aspirationally envisioning is coming into being, I only need to have faith and conviction that it has already come into being. I assume I am already living the life I want to live, am already the person I want to be. When we dare to assume this desired situation, and remain faithful to it, it becomes a terrestrial fact.

  Aspirationally envisioning what we desire to experience in our life is the action of the Divine. The one reality--the Divine--is the experience of "I am," God, consciousness.

"If we know that God listens to us, whatever we ask, we know that we already possess what we have asked of Him." 1 John 5:15

"Faith reveals the reality of what we ask for; it provides evidence for things we cannot see." Hebrews 11:1

  The moment you truly and effectively believe in something, it happens. You must conquer your fear of what you desire not coming into reality. When you truly believe that something IS happening in your life just the way you want it to, you do not fear. You are in your highest vibration, activating all of your centers of energy that help you transform your aspiration into reality. You not only believe in yourself, but also in your desire and your inner power to manifest your aspiration and see it being real NOW. Since you are sure of getting what you want, you are surrounded by subtle positive energies that make you happy. The happier you are, the higher your vibration is, the more power to Create your aspiration. What you desire is now, here, real, and you are overjoyed that it has manifested.

1. Enact a detailed aspirational envisioning of what you desire in your life. Make certain that what you desire is for the best of all concerned by pronouncing: "If it be thy will, Lord God."
  Love is the creative force in the universe. Only if an element (aspiration, emotion, idea, event, substance, person) is of the essence of love will it come into being (beyond existence).

2. Perform a physico-psycho-emotional-sensual action (which may include a performatory speech act [see below] or the recitation of mantras) that implies that you have what you desire.

3. Cooperate with the power of the Divine in the depths of your own being to bring about what you desire in your life.

4. Affirm and believe that what you desire is already achieved, give thanks for it, and allow yourself to feel all the emotions you naturally feel as this desired situation is now present.

  Hermeticism, Greek Neo-Platonic Theurgy, the Bible, and Jewish mysticism (including Kaballah) emphasize that God created the universe by means of a series of "performatory speech acts."

Act As Well As Affirm, Visualize, Conjure, and Believe

   Don't hesitate to move on your ideas and respond to situations that call for action in order to keep the momentum of realization and manifestation moving ahead. If you're sitting waiting for something to happen, doing other "important" tasks rather than those that you know will --or might--produce the results you desire, you are wasting time and you are no closer to your desire. You have waited for so many things in your life that never showed up!

  Act on your desire in order to get to where you want to be. Waiting may not do it. Sometimes opportunity knocks but sometimes you must knock. If you truly desire what is behind the door, you will knock until it opens. Sometimes you may even have to break down the door to get through to what you want. The difference between using force out of power and using the force out of fear, doubt or worry, is that when you are powerful, you know what it is you are doing and are doing it powerfully. It doesn't feel forced but liberating to you.

  As you act--as well as affirm, visualize, conjure, and believe--you must try to be exceedingly careful that you do not interfere with the creative, actualizing operations of the Divine (which include aspirational envisioning). Work very hard, through meditation and contemplation, to understand and "feel" what the Divine is doing to actualize the envisioned aspiration and do nothing that might negatively affect those supersensible operations. However, even if you do act in a way that interferes with the Divine Operation, the Great Spirit has the power to meld your less-than-optimal actions into the Overall Plan of your life.

  Of course, sometimes waiting is precisely the best action you can take, because the person(s) or the situation requires this.

Napoleon Hill/Andrew Carnegie System

Whatever your mind can conceive and believe, it CAN ACHIEVE!!!
  1. All success begins with definiteness of purpose.
  2. You have the power to take control of your mind and direct it to whatever purpose you desire.
  3. Whatever your mind feeds upon, your mind attracts to you.
  4. Create a clear and definite picture in your mind of what you have a burning desire for in life. Know what you want and know and believe that you have already received it.
  5. Give expressions of gratitude many times daily for having already received what you want.
  6. Write down a clear statement of what you intend to give in return for receiving what you desire in life--and immediately begin giving.
  7. Repeat verbally to yourself numbers 4 and 5 at least a dozen times daily, ending with this statement of gratitude:
    I ask not of divine providence for more riches but more wisdom with which to accept and use wisely the riches I received at birth in the form of the power to control and direct my mind to whatever end I desire.
  8. Create a master-mind alliance: two or more persons who work in perfect harmony for the attainment of a definite purpose
  9. Control your mental attitude and make yourself friendly and agreeable with everyone with whom you are closely associated.
  10. You are where you are and what you are because of your mental attitude in which you relate yourself to other people.
  11. Success is the knowledge with which to get whatever you want in life without violating the rights of others and by helping others to acquire success.
  12. Going the extra mile: rendering more or extra service more than one is expected to render and doing so with a positive mental attitude

Learning How To Know and Believe That You Are Already Receiving
The Element (Capability, Situation, Object, Person) You Desire
  • Create a clear and definite picture in your mind of what you have a burning desire for and how this will manifest.
  • Work through in your mind to complete, unquestioning belief that the element you desire is the Best, Most Productive outcome for all persons involved--so that it Must Manifest because it is in harmony with Ultimate, Divine Reality.
  • Express your deep gratitude for the Gift of receiving what you desire.
  • Know and believe that you are already receiving it.
  • Create an audo script file in which elements (events, actions, understandings, etc.) are occuring that are inevitably moving the desired outcome to realization. Listen to the audio script repeatedly.
  • Create an audio script file in which you are experiencing the desired element having fully arrived and are expressing your gratitude for and joy in receiving the element you desire, and listen to the audio script repeatedly, experiencing the reality of receiving your desired element.
  • Feel deeply the positive emotions you are now experiencing as the desired element has already fully arrived in your present reality.
  • Conquer any fears of your desired element not taking place in reality by reminding yourself that It is the Best, Most Productive outcome for all persons involved--so that it Had To Manifest.
  • Luxuriate in the feeling of certainty that you are receiving what you desire and the immense pleasure of receiving what you desire.

Rudolf Steiner: Aspirational Envisioning During Waking Soul Life

Aspirational envisioning during waking soul life is a specific technique which one can learn to master. It is distinguished from dreaming during sleeping soul life. In waking soul life, the soul engages in autonomous activity, such as aspirational envisioning, as one erases or shuts out all one experiences of the external world. An aspiration is a kind of dream (we aspire to be or have something just as we dream of having or being something) and waking aspirational envisioning is a kind of deliberate, conscious dreaming. In sleeping soul life, the soul engages in dreaming. In waking soul life, "while awake in the forming of mental pictures, one makes oneself as independent of the external world of the senses as one is in a dream. One becomes a fully conscious, wakeful participant in the dream. Thereby, . . . the illusory quality of the dream falls away. The [wakeful] dreamer takes his dream pictures for realities, ... [even though] "he will remain conscious of the fact that he is living in self-created" [aspirations or waking dreams].

"He will not be able to create these [aspirations], however, if he merely remains at the ordinary level of [waking soul life] consciousness. He must see to it that he strengthens this consciousness. He can achieve this by a continually renewed self-kindling of thinking from within. The inner soul activity grows with these repeated kindlings.

"In this way the work of the soul during the twilight of [wakeful] dreams can be brought into the clear light of consciousness. One accomplishes thereby the opposite of what happens in suggestion or auto-suggestion. With these, something out of the semi-darkness and within the semi-darkness is shifted into the [wakeful] soul-life, which is then taken to be reality. . . .

"One thus arrives at compelling the [wakeful] dream to manifest itself in the light of consciousness. . . The strengthened consciousness holds it fast. . .

"Consciousness . . . is thereby induced to supply its own strength. The same thing happens here in the soul. It is just as it is when, in physical life, one transforms a solid into steam. The solid has its own boundaries on all sides. One can touch these boundaries. They exist in themselves. If one transforms the solid into steam, then one must enclose it within solid boundaries so that it will not escape. Similarly the soul, if it would hold fast the dream [aspiration] while awake, must shape itself, as it were, into a strong container. It must strengthen itself from within.

"In the dream state the autonomous activity of the soul is weak. The fleeting dream content overpowers this autonomous activity. This supremacy of the dream causes the soul to take the dream for reality. In ordinary waking consciousness the autonomous activity experiences itself as reality along with the reality of the sense world. This autonomous activity, however, cannot behold [anschauen] itself; its vision is occupied with the images of sense reality. If the autonomous activity learns to maintain itself by consciously filling itself with content unreal to the senses, then, little by little, it also brings to life self-contemplation [Anschaung] within itself. Then, it does not simply direct its gaze away from outer observation and back upon itself; it strides as soul activity backward and discovers itself as spiritual entity; this now becomes the content of its vision [Anschaung].

"While the soul thus discovers itself within itself, the nature of [wakeful] dreaming is even more illumined for it. The soul discerns clearly what before it could only surmise: that dreaming does not cease in the waking state. It continues. The feeble activity of the dream, however, is drowned by the content of sense perception. Behind the brightness of consciousness, filled with the images of sense reality, there glimmers a dream world. And this world, while the soul is awake, is not illusory like the dream world of semi-consciousness. In the waking state man dreams--beneath the threshold of consciousness... While the external world is seen through the eye and is present in [vorgestallt] the soul, there lives in the background the dim dream of inner occurrences. Through the strengthening of the autonomous activity of the soul the vision of the external world is gradually dampened to the dimness of dream, and the vision of the inner world, in its reality, brightens.

"In its vision of the external world the soul is receptive; it experiences the external world as the creative principle and the soul's own content as created in the image of the external world. In the inner vision, the soul recognizes itself to be the creative principle. And one's own body is revealed as created in the image of the soul. Thoughts of the external world are to be felt [empfunden] as images of the beings and processes of the external world. To the soul's true vision, achieved in the way described, the human body can be felt [empfunden] only as the image of the human soul which is spiritual.

"In dreams, the soul activity is loosened from its firm union with the body, which it maintains in the ordinary waking state; it still retains, however, the loose relationship that fills it with the symbolic images of bodily senses and with the memory experiences that also are acquired through the body. In spiritual vision of itself the soul so grows in strength that its own higher reality becomes discernible, and the body becomes recognizable in its character of a reflected image of this reality.

"The world of images the [wakeful] dream conjures up has some connection with the vague sensation of self . . . Dreaming thus becomes . . . the fleeting activity of man's inner life, which fills the soul's vague feeling of self with content. . .

"The dream-picturing force of the soul also lies at the basis of ordinary thinking and sense perception. It is then entirely surrendered to the body, while in fantasy
[, aspirational envisioning,] and memory it still reserves something of its own weaving. This, then, justifies the assumption that in dreaming the soul frees itself from the state of bondage to the body and lives according to its own nature. . .

"In the power of dream-making [the soul] tears itself away from . . . logical thinking about nature. It returns to its own sphere. Thereby it abandons, as it were, the well-tended and well-trodden pathways of the inner life and sets forth on the flowing, pathless sea of spiritual existence."

Rudolf Steiner, On the Life of the Soul

Processes of Spiritual Manifestation:
  1. Intelligent Creative Action (see above)
  2. Creative Visualization [Shakti Gawain](see above)
  3. Creative Affirmation [Neville Goddard] (see above)
  4. Aspiration-envisioning (see above)
  5. Alchemy: The spiritual transformation of the human psyche into a higher state of being--which then might be capable of transmutation of persons, objects, or events, as well as other supernormal powers
  6. Some persons believe that the very pyramidal shape 5 resonates various energy fields. They believe that the actual shape of the pyramid is an amplified-receiver or resonator of various kinds of energy fields, i.e. electro-magnetic waves, cosmic rays, electrical discharges, gravitational waves, etc., surrounding our planet and which are in the air around and within the pyramid.
  7. Magic: any art that invokes supernatural powers
  8. Conjuration
    • A ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical effect [syn: incantation]
    • Calling up a spirit or supersensible being
  9. Charm
  10. Exsufflation: exhalation of air or speech as a form of exorcism or to symbolize renunciation; e.g. "anathema on you"
  11. Incantation: a ritual recitation of words or sounds believed to have a magical or supernatural effect

"This is how it is when Siddhartha has a goal, a resolution. Siddhartha does nothing, he waits, he thinks, he fasts, but he passes through the things of the world like a rock through water, without doing anything, without stirring; he is drawn, he lets himself fall. His goal attracts him, because he doesn't let anything enter his soul which might oppose the goal... This is what fools call magic and of which they think it would be effected by means of the daemons. Nothing is effected by daemons, there are no daemons. Everyone can perform magic..."

Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha, 1922

(This Work is an ongoing activity.)


1 Sorcery: The harnessing of occult forces in order to produce preternatural effects in the world.
Occult: Of, relating to, or dealing with supernatural or magical influences, agencies, or occurrences. Available only to the initiate; secret or mysterious; beyond the realm of human comprehension; esoteric

2 Conjure: evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic or theurgy

3 The term "aspirational envisioning" is preferrable to the term "imagining."

4 We can examine the situation of a woman who was attempting to manifest her soul mate. She had had a pleasurable relationship with a specific man earlier in her life and thought that spiritually manifesting that relationship as reinstated might be the highest end possible for her and him. At the same time, she remembered that there were negative elements in that relationship and thought of the possibility that it might be more appropriate to attempt to spiritually manifest a more thoroughly positive relationship. She worked assiduously to re-manifest that earlier relationship and was successful. Unfortunately, when that relationship was re-constituted, the old, negative elements soon surfaced and the woman realized that she would have to end this relationship and begin working to manifest a much more positive, mutually beneficial relationship.

5 This is the way in which some persons explain how the pyramid shape creates a spherical field of harmonic vibrations around itself:

In a magnetic field like the inside of a pyramid, the produced magnetism is in a direction opposite to that of iron where the field-direction is outward from the North pole and inward to the South pole of a magnet. In other words in a pyramid the direction of its magnetic field is outward from the south pole of the pyramid and inwards to the north pole.

The pyramid shape generates a spin field from its apex for electrons, meaning that they can move in an angular momentum, i.e. around their own axis. So, if moving or kinetic energy enters the pyramid at the top opening, this can be taken as the north pole of its magnetic field and as the pyramid emits energy from its middle, this can then be taken as the south pole of its magnetic field. Once it entered into the pyramid, the energy bounces from the equal sides of its walls while the five angles of the pyramid project a beam of radiation towards the center where the energy is collected or pooled to form the "fire in the middle" (the word pyramid is translated as 'fire in the middle'). These energies all combine in the center or King's chamber area of the Great Pyramid. The molecules or atoms in this area absorb these energies by resonance.