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2/18/2017 11:15 pm  #11


Re: You can come back from anything

This is an awesome and inspiring story, thanks! Is there a particular book or video on the revision concept?

2/19/2017 4:57 am  #12


Re: You can come back from anything

Amazonne wrote:

Hey ladies 🤘🏽

So I dated this super-hot foreign guy for about a month but things ended quite badly. It was great at first but I was confused about what I wanted at the time (story of my life, honestly) AND I had those messed-up beliefs about men (the reason I started this thread a few months after this). He said some low-key offensive things about women, not realizing it obviously, but instead of calling it out straight away I built up the anger. When he started avoiding me, I got really mad and exploded all the anger I'd repressed and went off at him over text. We argued back and forth, he denying everything obviously, and I just ended it, honestly feeling quite embarrassed. Okay, REALLY EMBARRASSED. I spent a lot of time being mad at him, at myself, at the situation, at the world, but eventually accepted that I had attracted this. It wasn't easy! I blamed society for a long time, but when I remembered that we only attract what we believe, I began the process of letting it go. 

Upon the advice of an awesome LOA friend, I revised the situation. That first time he said those things was after we first slept together- I revised that whole thing. Imagined him saying he really liked me and wanted to see me again, and that was it! From there, I could easily imagine the months that followed as awesome- he wanting to spend time with me, us going out, being each others' plus-ones for events, etc. I revised this in November I think, and each time after that, when I thought of him it was mostly positive. As an active feminist I struggle to place my focus on building the new rather than shouting at the old, but I'm working through it and I've taken the responsibility off him.

Well, lo and behold, just this Saturday I get a message from him! He was only in town for a few months so he's definitely moved somewhere else at this point, and I'd deleted him off FB so to get a message from him on Messenger meant he REALLY went out of his way to search for me. He said despite our misunderstandings, he remembers me as smart, beautiful and nice. Said he thought of me that day and felt he had to message me! Hopes I'm doing well, etc etc.

He mentioned in the text that he didn't expect me to reply, but just felt he HAD to say what he said. I mean??!! Pretty incredible. I gave a curt response at first, but that was because I was listening to my "real-world fuck-him" friends. I then asked where he was and we caught up so nicely! He was insanely excited over text. I was very calm, not putting too much into my responses but he was very curious about me. So yeah, pretty cool! I mean after that, to remember me only positively? 

No, I don't see us going anywhere. I just wanted that situation to have had a sweet ending, and I wanted us to be on good terms. Who knows, maybe we'll meet up in a city someday and have a good night 😉

 You're amazing beautiful girly❤️

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2/19/2017 3:36 pm  #13


Re: You can come back from anything

DJ wrote:

Thank you so much for your reply! I could really relate to your situation and each and every thing that you mentioned. As soon as we became close I got insecure and knew something might happen. And it did. It was like two different versions of him. He was not the same sweet and caring person that he used to be.
I have often written my thoughts whenever I get upset and angry and then go back to my PW once I feel a little better. So I am not sure it is working. Do you think this makes the process slower?
I visualise him apologising but the psychic thing used to bother me. But since you said they work on our own beliefs, I will just forget about what she said. Thanks!

Hello! Sure thing How are you feeling lately? I think vent for the first few times, but then try refocus your thoughts, rather. Use the vents to identify what your beliefs were, then remind yourself that those beliefs created that situation. Choose better-feeling thoughts. Going back to PW when you feel better is a GREAT idea. I tell myself that my bad/down moods don't cancel out the work I've done. I give myself some "human" time and then get back to being super powerful/kickass. Definitely don't beat yourself up, it'll only keep you there longer!

Yes, only you have power over your future ❤️
 

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2/19/2017 3:39 pm  #14


Re: You can come back from anything

jessieroro wrote:

This is an awesome and inspiring story, thanks! Is there a particular book or video on the revision concept?

Hey! Sure, I'm glad Well it's Neville Goddard stuff. If you go to www.realneville.com you'll find things on revision, particularly the lecture "The power of awareness" I think he explains it (go to the pdf lectures). Otherwise he goes into detail about the teaching in his book "The Law and the Promise"

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5/22/2017 9:56 pm  #15


Re: You can come back from anything

Amazonne wrote:

DJ wrote:

Thank you so much for your reply! I could really relate to your situation and each and every thing that you mentioned. As soon as we became close I got insecure and knew something might happen. And it did. It was like two different versions of him. He was not the same sweet and caring person that he used to be.
I have often written my thoughts whenever I get upset and angry and then go back to my PW once I feel a little better. So I am not sure it is working. Do you think this makes the process slower?
I visualise him apologising but the psychic thing used to bother me. But since you said they work on our own beliefs, I will just forget about what she said. Thanks!

Hello! Sure thing How are you feeling lately? I think vent for the first few times, but then try refocus your thoughts, rather. Use the vents to identify what your beliefs were, then remind yourself that those beliefs created that situation. Choose better-feeling thoughts. Going back to PW when you feel better is a GREAT idea. I tell myself that my bad/down moods don't cancel out the work I've done. I give myself some "human" time and then get back to being super powerful/kickass. Definitely don't beat yourself up, it'll only keep you there longer!

Yes, only you have power over your future ❤️
 

Hi I can say I am at a better place right now. My anxiety is gone. I think I have been getting over him because I am that point where I know he is going to come back and not worry about it. Even if he doesnt, I am open to a new relationship.
The only fear I cant let go is that even if he comes back, what if he is still the same person who just wants to be physical with me? Cant seem to visualise us being emotionally bonded because of the way he was.
I do PW more now because I am not in that desparate phase now. Can you advice what do I do now?

5/22/2017 10:59 pm  #16


Re: You can come back from anything

Cynthia wrote:

I have had some experiences with a couple of amazing psychics whose predictions came true, but what they have never got right is the timing.  Either something happened much faster or took longer than they'd predicted.

My psychic had predicted a few other things too (apart from the fact that my ex wont contact me for 6 months), but her predictions have not come true in that aspect. However it has been 4 months that my ex has not contacted me. So I dont know whether she is right. But I have made a decision to never go to psychics in the future because they affect my thinking..

5/23/2017 7:34 am  #17


Re: You can come back from anything

dont go to psychs! you create your reality dear ...

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