FURTHER STUDIES IN SELF-REVEALIZATION ACCEPTANCE®
The Significance of Correct Language
Stephen F. Kaufman
Many attempts at personal explanation and definition do not result in attainment of an ideal because of improper or incorrect use of language. Oftentimes the words we use to define objectives cause us frustration and further misunderstandings that continue to lead us to ideas having little or nothing to do with our desire for the manifestation of an ideal. Until this idea changes on a conscious level, a continuous cycle of confusion remains in effect.
The Creative Power of the Universe delivers exactly what is desired based on our consciousness and desire to be the spirit of that desire. When what we desire does not manifest in our lives, we are thrust into a quandary of wonderment as to the why and wherefore we cannot experience our desire, based on what we tell ourselves or even demand of ourselves to have delivered unto us. In the eventual scheme of things, and when nothing happens according to our desire, it is very easy to become disheartened, frustrated, and even more self-destructive. Contemplation of the idea that we do not deserve our desire, or that it is simply something not meant to be is exacerbated by the continued misuse of the words we are choosing to proclaim our own destiny. This problem, readily correctable, calls for a mindset of knowing what you are, rather than who you are. Who you are is cosmic; what you are is finite. Thinking it would be nice to have something and then locking it in with sheer force of will causes excessive use of brain and emotion, destroying will power, and generally leads to severe anxiety and stress. It is much more functional to “be” something at the outset, rather than working toward “becoming” something.
A concerted effort is required to apply correctly the language to manifest the result of what one truly desires to experience. This is far more than just the constant thinking and meditation and renewed visualization of a desired outcome. You must accept yourself in possession of the thing itself as “it” and not something “on the way” to manifest as your attainment. You must absolutely and positively deny authority to anyone and anything that could cause you to sway from you own personal acceptance. You must become especially superficial, rather than detached toward the naysayers in your relations with others who would interfere with your acceptance of your own greatness, and you must have no guilt about doing it. Reserve emotional involvement and sincerity only for the experience you seek and for those who would foster your success of attainment.
The idea of superficiality, a form of deception, can and in many instances will take on the appearance of being psychically draining, especially if personal guilt complements your internal directive. To consider the mindset of superficiality as filled with lies and subterfuge is wrong. In reality the exact opposite is true. Erroneous thinking is what causes you to think that you truly do not deserve something if you employ deception to attain it. It is also essential to redefine your motives for success with a further definition mandated by the self to overcome any fear of success. As a result, outcomes brought about by this mindset resolve into a self-revealization acceptance of having your cake and eating it too, and there is nothing wrong with that.
You must learn to define and accept yourself as the experience and not as something that you merely do. The words you use in correct and proper form define yourself to you. You must be cognizant of tense: past, present, or future. You must also maintain an alertness to prevent you from becoming stagnant by contemplation of developing an iron will. Iron wills are generally unbendable and do not permit you to make changes in personal consciousness when required. As well, iron rusts and becomes unusable.
To develop the above ideas into a functional and experiential format, create the environment that generates you desired outcome by proper usage of the words needed as the exact desire you want to experience as the Spirit of the Thing Itself. This takes the form of a Self-Revealization Acceptance and addresses the parameters of acceptance that will not divert you from your divine right to live in joy and freedom. Disavow the authority of time and space.
Do not think in terms of eventuality. Eventuality, by its very essence, suggests something that will come about in the future. Immediacy is the present. By your focus on the “now,” past experiences may have residual effect but are essentially nullified without any further authority in your life. Do not dwell on the past.
Here are three choices in the determination of any healing condition: “I am healed!” “I am healing!” “I will be healed!” Your choice should be evident as to what you want to experience, based on your psychic perspective and keeping in mind the disavowal of time and space. Regardless of choice, do not permit any notion to coerce you into thinking it is based on the concept of believing in something. Belief can be debilitating. Experience is, rather, an acceptance of fact in the immediate.
Your ability to determine completeness is based on the amount of consideration you put into your acceptance of an experience as a state of what you “be.” Not “being,” not “becoming.” The grammar is correct. You live the experience as is.
Shakespeare’s “to be or not to be” is succinct. It is not “to become or not to become,” It is not “being” or “becoming.” It is specific and direct, without any form of intellectual distinction. It is not based on belief. It is based on statement of fact.
This Self-Revealization Acceptance is for the development of correct language to be used in self-definition of a desired outcome.
By the power of my own words, and myself as the true Spirit of the Thing Itself, I define myself in the immediate now. I maintain an attitude of present accomplishment and do not permit incorrect assumptions to guide me back to negative conditions or to future hopes or wishes. By my conscious choice, the words I need are revealed to me, and I carefully select the correct words to define my ideal because of what I desire to be and not who I think I am. I live what I desire to be in the immediate present, knowing that whatever is needed to maintain this new perspective of my own self is revealed immediately for the enjoyment of living my life by my divine right to live in joy and freedom. I accept these words as true and experience my desire without danger or delay for my true desire to be me. I thank the Creative Power of the Universe for the ability to create my own perception of what I am and by knowing who I am.
© Stephen F. Kaufman 6/2015
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