Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Blue Rocks, and the Scale of Justice...Say What?

Have you ever tried to deliberately conjure up something? 

You know, "call up, or bring about by, or as if by, magic" according to the Webster Handy College Dictionary. 

In Law of Attraction terms, we call that Deliberate Creation. 

"Within 17 seconds of focusing on something, a matching vibration becomes activated...And if you manage to stay purely focused upon any thought for as little as 68 seconds, the vibration is powerful enough that its manifestation begins."

                                   Ask and It Is Given
                                   Esther and Jerry Hicks

Have you ever tried to deliberately create something? I'm not talking drama here, just physical objects.  I know this sounds kind of woowoo, and I am not into witchcraft or anything like that.  I am talking about the power we have to deliberately create our lives, and how we do that with the power of our pure, focused thought.

One day, I was talking with my cousin on the phone about how much fun it is to experiment with our power to deliberately create, and we decided to make a game of it and give each other an object to "conjure up".

We wanted it to be something a little out of the ordinary, something you may not see every day.  We thought about it for a few moments and she gave me a BLUE ROCK, and I gave her BALANCING SCALES.

My cousin immediately asks, "What are balancing scales?"  They're a pair of old fashioned scales, with a beam in the middle and two suspended plates. I call them the scales of justice because they are usually seen being held in one hand by Lady Justice. 

In my explanation and description of what the scales were, I obviously gave them some pure focused thought because several hours later I saw my first set. My Sweetie and I were watching an episode of 'The Streets of San Francisco', (70's TV show), when all of a sudden I said, "BINGO!, there they are! Please pause the DVD while I get a pic of that."  Right there on the desk of Lt Mike Stone (Karl Malden), sat a pair of the scales. 

Can you believe it? I asked, and I wasn't even trying to manifest them, I was just trying to explain to her what they were.

The next morning I am making myself some breakfast, pull a plate out of the cabinet to put it on, and as I'm eating my eggs I notice it.  The scales are depicted on my plate!  Holy cow! I never noticed that before.

Hey, what about my BLUE ROCK?

After giving her the description of the scales, we agreed to alert each other as soon as it appeared.

As I hung up the phone, I thought about my object.  A blue rock.  How in the world, am I going to see a blue rock?  (Oops, I forgot that we should always forget the how's, they slow down manifestation)  The only times I could ever remember seeing a blue rock, and I'm not sure you would call it a rock, was when I was getting some gravel for my fish aquarium at the age of 13.  I also briefly had a turquoise ring when I was about 8. 

I must say I had my doubts but I was willing to give it a go, so I closed my eyes and focus my thought on imagining a blue rock for at least 17 seconds.

I thought about holding it in my hand.  How it would feel, how it would look, and then I imagined excitedly telling my cousin a blue rock had shown up!  I could really get into the excitement of that, so I did.  (Anytime we can feel the emotions of having whatever it is we desire to manifest, that is the real key to bringing it about.)

I must admit, I still had some doubts but every time I thought of the blue rock I immediately went to the excitement of telling her it showed up.

The next day at my shop, I was organizing some comic books, when a friend came in that deals in antiques.  He had just been to the post office and wanted to show me his latest acquisition. He held out his hand and there in his palm was a piece of blue jade, from Big Sur, California.  

"It's a blue rock!"  I almost fell over. Even though I am aware of our power to create, it always amazes and delights me. I've been looking for a blue rock since yesterday, I told him. (I'm sure he thought I was nuts)  Can I take a photo? It appears a little more blue-green in the photo than it actually is.

Since I liked his piece of blue jade so much, he brought me one of my own.  So not only did I see a "blue rock", I have one on my shelf as a reminder that 68 seconds of pure focused thought, really does begin the physical manifestation.  I've also received a blue turquoise ring, and a bracelet, as gifts from two different people.

The point I am making here is that our thoughts are creating all the time.  Whether we create deliberately, or by default. Whether it is wanted, or not wanted.  I wanted to see the blue rock, I didn't care whether I saw the scales or not.  But, each one, I gave pure focused thought to, and they both came into my reality.

So what would you like to conjure up? 

What would like to deliberately create?

Have you ever deliberately manifested something?  If so, comment below.

Love and luck,

Lucky Lady

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