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Old 12-06-2018, 09:03 PM   #1
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Here's the key.

You put forward one, and the universe gives you three.

If you are going to the shops to buy some bread, it is not just about you moving through a sea of random events and people, instead you are actually in a story, your journey of going out to buy bread and then coming home. The journey will take on a plottedness and storied quality with you as the protagonist, synchronicity will start happening. This idea is also explored in Ulysses by James Joyce where the ordinary day of a man takes on parallels with the Greek hero Odysseus.

This is how the universe works, it rewards you for putting yourself forward. It's like the Trojan War where the gods would bestow favor on those who distinguished themselves in battle. The heroes had to put themselves forward first, and then the universe obliged. Leap into the abyss, and land on a feather bed.

This could also explain the age-old religious tradition of sacrifice, putting forward your best crop or animal with the hope of greater returns in the future. However it feels as though this concept has been corrupted by many religions and has fallen into greed and neurosis, and the universe desn't respond well to that.

The key seems to be much simpler, put yourself forward, make the effort, and then leave the "how" of it up to the transcendental, it will open the right doors and provide the abundance.

The reflection in the mirror won't smile until you smile first.

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Old 19-06-2018, 07:37 AM   #2
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Thanks, Tortle.
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Old 19-06-2018, 07:45 AM   #3
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Here's the key.

You put forward one, and the universe gives you three.

If you are going to the shops to buy some bread, it is not just about you moving through a sea of random events and people, instead you are actually in a story, your journey of going out to buy bread and then coming home. The journey will take on a plottedness and storied quality with you as the protagonist, synchronicity will start happening. This idea is also explored in Ulysses by James Joyce where the ordinary day of a man takes on parallels with the Greek hero Odysseus.

This is how the universe works, it rewards you for putting yourself forward. It's like the Trojan War where the gods would bestow favor on those who distinguished themselves in battle. The heroes had to put themselves forward first, and then the universe obliged. Leap into the abyss, and land on a feather bed.

This could also explain the age-old religious tradition of sacrifice, putting forward your best crop or animal with the hope of greater returns in the future. However it feels as though this concept has been corrupted by many religions and has fallen into greed and neurosis, and the universe desn't respond well to that.

The key seems to be much simpler, put yourself forward, make the effort, and then leave the "how" of it up to the transcendental, it will open the right doors and provide the abundance.

The reflection in the mirror won't smile until you smile first.
Unless one fancies the notion of transcending. What then?
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Old 19-06-2018, 07:49 AM   #4
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Good post OP. Do you see this as similar to or connected with the law of attraction?
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