Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Are You Tuned Into Failure Or Success?

What I would like you to understand is that when something is happening and you feel strong negative emotion it is pointless to try to cover it up with a bright, happy thought. When your radio signal is set on 106 FM you cannot hear what's being
broadcast on 98.7 FM. The frequencies are too far apart.

Because of what is happening in your environment, you are more likely to be focused on something gone wrong, so you can't immediately focus on, "my life is perfect in every way". This is partly because you have been trained to "face reality" and "tell it like it is", but also because those frequencies are pretty far apart.

If something happens and you feel despair and one of your well meaning friends tries to help you by being cheerful, all you do is justify more vehemently why you feel like you do. Their happiness just makes you feel even more like a failure. And their guidance just makes you feel like you would like to smack them along side of
their head. There is nothing worse than feeling the opposite of who you are and how you want to feel while some positive thinker is flapping in your face about how you create your own reality. You feel like saying, "I am sure that is not true, or you wouldn't be in my reality in this moment!"

But when you understand it is not your job or even possible to find a really good feeling thought from that bad feeling thought, you can work out of it slowly. If you are in despair about something, instead of trying to change it completely, perhaps you could find a little gratitude in something else to soften your energy. If you are having trouble forgiving someone, perhaps you could feel a little better if you forgave yourself for something that you might have done in the past. Sometimes we
cannot come out of despair, lack of forgiveness or other negative emotions completely because the frequencies from despair to happiness or total forgiveness to loving the other person are too far apart, but if you will take a small step in that direction, it can make a huge difference.

Even frustration is better than despair or lack of forgiveness. From frustration you can find hope and from hope you can find just about anything that you want. The reason so many people have given up on any awareness of what their emotions are telling them and doing something about it is the leap seems too far from where they

All it takes is some small steps and you will get there!

Dr Robert Anthony

The Power of Manifestation...

Everything that manifests in your life or anybody else's life thatyou are observing, is nothing more than an indication of your vibrational frequency. It is an INDICATOR. Indicators are manifestations of what you have been doing vibrationally. Period. So if wonderful things are happening, you are receiving indications of the vibrations you have been sending out. If things have been out of control in your life, then you've got negative manifestations of what you have been offering vibrationally.

Indicators are just that - indicators. You don't want to kill the messenger. You don't go to the gas station when the gas gauge is on empty and lay your head on the steering wheel in utter despair and say, "Oh look at what I have done. The gas gauge is on empty but I kept driving. My life is a mess". The gas gauge is an indicator and
you know you have to do something about it. You don't paste a happy face sticker over the gas gauge because it is depressing to see you are on empty. And you don't usually wait until you are completely out of gas and standing on the side of the road. You fill it up don't you?

That's what we are talking about here. We are talking about your indicator that lets you know what your habit of thought has been. And if you have been feeling pretty crummy lately then it is time for a fill up. If things are not going the way you want them to - it's time to change your thoughts about it. It's time to offer
some more deliberate thought. It's time to seek a better attitude. It's time to stop blaming yourself and others, stop feeling sorry for yourself and become more positive, even in the smallest way. Don't blame your "indicator". Instead, train your mind to look for the good things in your life and you will find them.

Dr Robert Anthony

Is Time An Illusion? (Advanced Law of Attraction Tip)...

We know the Law of Attraction is simply stating that like vibrations are attracted to each other, and dissimilar vibrations repel each other. In other words, you will never attract riches in your life if you are constantly sending out the opposite or contradictory vibration. There is just no way around it. The bottom line is, you will never attract high energy results from low energy vibrations.

Okay, let's get into some advanced concepts. First, let's talk about time. Albert Einstein said that time does not exist as we know it. So there is no difference between the past, present and future. They are only an illusion, although these illusions certainly seem real to us. So the past, present and future coexist simultaneously right now.

We tend to think of time as horizontal. The past is behind us. The future is in front of us and it goes on in this sequential ever-unfolding way. Another way we could illustrate this is if we draw a line on a piece of paper where the past is on the left and the future is on the right.

Just for the sake of exploration, let's say that time is vertical instead of horizontal. By vertical time, imagine putting a line on a piece of paper that represents NOW then right above write NOW, and above that, write another NOW. So what happens is you have now, now, now, now all happening at the same time. There is no past or future.

Some physicists are saying that there are at least eleven different dimensions that exist simultaneously. So, in the context of looking at time vertically, that means all of our "nows" would go up and down though eleven dimensions. I believe that we will discover there are many more dimensions than that, but we can use eleven for the purpose of our discussion.

Okay, stay with me here. One of the most fundamental laws of physics states than energy can never be created or destroyed.
Instead, energy merely passes from one form to another. What if there were multiple "nows", universes, or existences coexisting all at the same time? This means that everything that ever existed or CAN ever exist is ALREADY here.

If this is true, and from everything I have researched it indicates that it is, then when we decide which universe (now) we choose to observe, we are essentially choosing our reality.

In theory, you could choose a universe where you are a millionaire or a homeless person. You could choose a healthy body or one with illness. You could have a perfect mate or a dysfunctional relationship. You are the one that chooses (or not) through your ATTENTION and POINT OF FOCUS. And since energy flows where your attention goes, this is what you are experiencing in your life.

Dr Robert Anthony

Thursday, 25 August 2011

Dr Robert Anthony: Help With Your Unconscious Guidance System...

The other day we talked about making the present moment your friend.
This should always be your primary goal in life. When the present moment is your friend, you will AUTOMATICALLY be in Alignment and in the Flow.

If this is true and the results are so beneficial, why don't most people make the present moment their friend? Why do they fight it and resist it? The answer lies in the power of our UNCONSCIOUS GUIDANCE System. Remember, the UGS is simply an unconscious survival system.

The UGS can never be in alignment with the present moment, which is to say it can never be in alignment with Life, since its very nature compels it to ignore, resist or at the very least devalue the present moment. Time is what the UGS lives on. The stronger the UGS, the more it takes over your life. Almost every thought you think is concerned with the past or the future. When this happens your sense of Self depends on the past for your identity and the future for your happiness. Fear, anxiety, expectations, regrets, guilt, anger are the dysfunctions of the UGS.

There are three ways which the UGS will resist the present moment; first, as a means to an end, second, as an obstacle, and third as an enemy. Let's look at all three and see if this pattern operates in you.

To the UGS, the present moment can only be useful as a means to an end. IT convinces you that some future moment is more important than now, even though the future moment never comes except as another present moment. In other words, you are never fully here because you are always busy trying to get elsewhere.

When this happens, the present moment is regarded and treated as an obstacle to be overcome. This is where impatience, frustration and stress arise in our lives. Life, which is always "now", is seen as a problem and since we are convinced we must struggle to have what we want, that problem or struggle has to be solved before we can be happy and fulfilled, or really start living - or so we think.

The Catch 22 here is that is for every problem we solve, another one always pops up. So as long as the present moment is seen as an obstacle, there will never be an end to our problems.

At worst, the present moment is treated as if it were an enemy. When you hate what you are doing, complain about your surroundings, curse the things that have happened or are happening, or when you get into "should'" and "shouldn't", blaming or accusing, then you are arguing with "what is". You are essentially making Life the enemy and Life says, "If you want a fight, then I will show you what fighting is all about."

The vital question you must ask yourself many times a day until you 'get it', is "What is my relationship with the present moment?" Then become alert and find the answer. The moment you see the dysfunction and correct it by accepting the present moment, just as it is, you are free. After a while it almost becomes comical how insane we can be when we fight the present moment. The good news is we always have a choice. With observation and awareness comes the power of choice - the choice to say "yes" to the present moment and make it your friend.

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony

Your Most Important Relationship...

What is the most important relationship in your life? Is it with your spouse, your partner, your lover, your parents, your friends?

If you answered "yes" to any of these, I would suggest you look further. The most important relationship in your life is your relationship with the PRESENT MOMENT. More specifically, whatever form the present moment takes, that is to say, what is happening or "what is" right now.

If your relationship with the present moment is dysfunctional, that dysfunction will be reflected in every relationship and every situation you encounter. All problems that we experience in life are simply a dysfunctional relationship with the present moment.

Once you have reached a certain level of awareness (and if you are reading this, you almost certainly have) you are able to decide what kind of relationship you want to have with the present moment.

Ask yourself, "Do I want the present moment to be my friend or my enemy?" The present moment is inseparable from Life so what you are really deciding is what kind of relationship you want to have with Life. Once you have decided you want the present moment to be your friend, it's up to you to make the first move. Become friendly toward it and welcome it no matter what disguise it may have.

If you do this, you will soon see the results. Life becomes friendly toward you, people become helpful, and circumstances cooperate with you. This one decision can change your entire reality. But you have to make that one decision again and again and again - until it becomes a new way to live.

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony

Thursday, 18 August 2011

70% of people taking an antidepressant aren’t even depressed

Around 70 per cent of people regularly taking a powerful antidepressant don’t have depression, and they have never been diagnosed with any mental health problem.

And the doctors prescribing the drugs have no training in psychiatric disorders, a shocking new study has discovered.

There has been a rapid increase in prescriptions for antidepressant drugs between 1996 and 2007 – and yet 72.7 per cent of these have never been diagnosed with any mental health problem, or had been seen by a specialist. In the US, around 8.9 per cent of the adult population takes an antidepressant.

And 80 per cent of the prescriptions were written out by general practitioners without ever referring to a specialist to confirm the diagnosis of depression, say researchers from the Bloomberg School’s Department of Mental Health.
(Source: Health Affairs, 2011; 30: 1434).

Being Bitter About Life Can Make You Unhealthy

Bitterness about others and the world in general can make you physically ill, researchers have discovered.

A sense of failure – usually accompanied by feelings of anger and recrimination – often lies at the heart of a sense of bitterness, researchers from Concordia University have found – and this can be toxic enough to cause physical illness.
Lead researcher Carsten Wrosh says: “When harboured for a long time, bitterness may forecast patterns of biological dysregulation and physical disease.”

Forgiveness is the best way to break the constant feeling of bitterness, he says.
(Source: Concordia University, August 9, 2011).

What is cancer? And are there alternatives to chemotherapy that really work?

We’re all touched by cancer. Even if we don’t have the disease ourselves, we probably know someone who does.

But what is it? How does it develop? And who is more likely to get it? And – more important still – are chemotherapy and radiotherapy really the only options we have?

So, imagine being able to listen to the world’s leading cancer pioneers – doctors who have turned their back on the chemo model for something better – to discover the answer to all these questions and more.

Lynne McTaggart, editor of What Doctors Don’t Tell You, has talked to these pioneers – including Dr Bernie Siegel, best-selling author of Love, Medicine and Miracles and Dr Patrick Kingsley, who lost virtually none of his 3000 patients, many of whom had end-stage cancer – in a series of six in-depth interviews.

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In health,

Bryan Hubbard

Wednesday, 17 August 2011


BBC NEWS: Persistent Depression Risk 'Doubles' In Abused Children

Childhood abuse doubles the risk of developing multiple and long-lasting episodes of depression, say scientists.

A review, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, also suggests these patients are less likely to respond to treatment.

Nearly one in 20 people in the UK has this form of depression as a result of childhood abuse, say researchers.

The charity Sane said the study highlighted how damaging childhood trauma could be.

Depression in some form can affect one in five people at some point in their lives. Researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry at Kings College London were investigating depression which keeps on recurring.

They reviewed 16 studies, on a total of more than 23,000 patients, and found that maltreatment in childhood - such as rejection by the mother, harsh physical treatment or sexual abuse - more than doubled the risk of this type of depression.

One of the researchers, Dr Rudolf Uher, said: "If these things happen early in life, it is more powerful."

In the UK, 16% of people develop persistent depression by the age of 33. A quarter of them, or 4% of the whole UK population, were maltreated as a child.

A separate review on 3,098 people showed childhood maltreatment was also linked to a poorer response to both drug and psychological treatment.

Lead researcher Dr Andrea Danese said: "Even for combined treatments, patients with a history of childhood maltreatment cannot be adequately cared for."

Their report suggests "early preventive and therapeutic interventions may be more effective."

Lasting Effect

There is no precise explanation of any link between abuse, changes in the body as a child and persistent depression 20 or more years later.

Childhood maltreatment, it is thought, causes changes to the brain, immune system and some hormone glands - some of which are still present in adulthood.

One possible mechanism is what is known as epigenetic changes to the DNA. While there is no change in the genetic code, the environment can alter the way genes are expressed.

Marjorie Wallace, chief executive of the mental health charity Sane, said: "It may seem obvious that traumatic events in our lives can make us depressed, but this study highlights how particularly damaging such traumas can be when experienced during childhood, when our brains are still developing.

"We should all be concerned at how abuse and neglect creates a painful legacy that can last a lifetime, increasing our chances of experiencing repeated episodes of depression and reducing the effects of those treatments that are available to us.

"Yet we should not lose hope. Research such as this can point the way to better treatments and preventative measures."

By James Gallagher Health reporter, BBC News

You are the creator of your life!

To help you create more of what you do want (instead of the opposite) I want to remind you to always reach for the thought that feels best! ALWAYS! Stay in that better feeling thought for at least 17 seconds and you have already started drawing to you that which you desire...try it, you'll be amazed!

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony

Your Unconscious Guidance System...

No matter how much we read or study and practice personal growth we are not immune to limiting beliefs that come up every so often. Our limiting beliefs are our conditioned mind or our UNCONSCIOUS Guidance System moving us in the wrong direction. Remember, anytime you feel any negative emotion you know you are out of the Flow and out of Alignment with what you truly desire in your life

People often ask me how I handle this when it happens to me. My response is the first thing I do is acknowledge that it is happening. I find that if I try to fight it or deny it, I give it more power. So I just say to myself, "That's interesting. Why do I feel this way?" And then I feel it. It is important to allow yourself to feel the emotion behind it because that is an emotion you need to deal with in order to release it. If you don't allow yourself to feel it you will bury it. And if you try to bury it alive, like a horror movie, it will arise again and haunt you.
It will reoccur and may surface at an inappropriate time which could cause you to feel angry or even break down into tears or have some type of emotional outburst because you didn't feel the emotion originally.

So I take a look at it without judgment. And when I don't fight it, it dissipates, dissolves and evaporates because I don't give it any power. I just allow it to be there, acknowledge it and then let it go.

The next step is I always replace it with a better feeling thought. So after you acknowledge it, feel it, express it and let it go, just reach for the alternative to it. Reach for the opposite of it.

This is the same as experiencing what you don't want, in order to discover what you do want. That belief or emotion is probably one you don't want. And a great way to deal with it is to simply reverse the belief that showed up. For example, you have the belief or emotion that there is not "enough". There is never enough, money, love, food, freedom, etc. (fill in the blank). The opposite of that is there is ALWAYS more than enough, if I am willing to accept it.

So the point here is that when this happens, you acknowledge it, feel it, don't fight it and then just reach for a better feeling thought. That thought is usually the opposite or alternative to it. When you choose that, you have regained control and the new belief creates a new emotion which attracts a new experience. It is as simple as that!

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony

Feeling stuck? (try this...)

If you feel stuck in any area of your life it could very well be due to a lack of forgiveness. Perhaps you are having trouble forgiving someone else or yourself. It doesn't matter. Holding on to past memories or "stories" is guaranteed to tie up your energy and block your ability to attract what you want.

I struggled with forgiveness for many years because I believed that if I forgave someone they would not receive the "just punishment" they deserved for what they had done to me. But as I looked at that belief I realized it was just that, a belief. In fact, it was just an assumption and an illusion.

What I learned is that the universe will always seek balance and it will deal with that person or situation in the appropriate way, even if it that means letting them off the hook. The outcome in their life has nothing to do with the outcome in my life unless I choose to keep myself tied to it.

If you think about it, when you choose to forgive someone, it is nothing more than an ego trip. When you say "I forgive you", what you are really saying is you have some sort of hold over them. By saying "I forgive you", you decree that you are pronouncing them "free" of your resentment. That isn't forgiveness. That's an ego trip.

There is really nothing to forgive. What we call forgiveness is simply letting go. It is not placing judgment on other people or yourself. When you are truly conscious you realize that nothing "bad" or "wrong" happened. You may judge it as "bad" or "wrong", but from the view of ALL THAT IS what occurred is simply what occurred. It's over. It's done. It's history.

Because we believe something "bad" happened, we still think of ourselves as being victimized no matter how much we try to forgive. So we are caught up between two conflicting energies. One is to condemn and blame and the other is to forgive. This is why we struggle with forgiveness.

However, when we are truly conscious we realize nothing "bad", "negative" or "evil" happened at all. In fact, what happened didn't happen TO you but FOR you. It happened to help you to awaken and grow. It was part of your life lesson to bring you to where you are right now and to allow you to let go of your "story" of victimization.

So if you are stuck in any area of your life, take a look at your unwillingness to forgive yourself or others and just let it go! Realize there is nothing to forgive. You just have to release it and move on.

Truly Caring for Your Success!

Dr. Robert Anthony
935 Westbourne Dr., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Monday, 8 August 2011

"There Is Only Ever Well-Being."

Resistance is about believing that you are vulnerable or susceptible to something not wanted and holding a stance of protection — which only holds you in a place of not letting in the Well-being that would be there otherwise. There is nothing big enough to protect you from unwanted things, and there are no unwanted things big enough to get into your experience. - Abraham-Hicks

Monday, 1 August 2011

Dr Robert Anthony: Are You A Victim?

I talk a lot about victimhood because I find this is the place
where most people live. In working with companies that have asked
for my help, the first thing I look at is the manager or CEO of the
company. In almost every single case I invariably discover that
the core problem is not with the company, but with the manager or
CEO. Usually he or she is living at the victim level of awareness
when it comes to his or her business.

Their "story" is usually how they are being victimized by their
partners, employees, suppliers, the government, etc. Until they
move out of the victim level, it is impossible for me to help their
company. So I work on them first.

What about your life? The bottom line is if your internal story is
one of victimhood, you will suffer. It is very simple. And if you
are quite certain that you are not telling yourself a story of
victimization, and yet you continue to suffer, then I suggest you
are lying to yourself. You are telling yourself some variation of a
story of how you have been wronged. Whether it is a story of God,
your parents, your current or former husband, wife, girlfriend,
boyfriend, the government or circumstances that have wronged you,
it is all a story about being a victim.

Even the most violent aggressors, when the superficial layer of
aggression is cracked, have a story of having been wronged.
Striking out in anger against individuals, groups or countries
always involves a story of victimization.

Seeing how your victim story plays out in your life is an important
step to realizing true freedom. When you really see that your
victim story has to be recreated each time it plays out, you
realize you are perpetuating it. Playing it over and over in your
mind takes energy, attention, belief, emotion and some kind of
masochistic pleasure in the pain. Yes, it is shocking! To see this
operating in you can be quite disturbing.

To stop being a victim doesn't mean to trivialize the horror in
your life, to deny it, gloss over it or repress it. However, it does
mean you don't have to justify, wail, moan, complain or seek
revenge. You just leave it alone. It does not serve you in any way.

Are you willing to let your stories of victimization go? Are you
willing to let all those horrible aggressors go unpunished? At a
certain point you have to be willing to call it off. Are you
willing to end it? You are free to suffer and you are free to stop
suffering. No one can end it but you. That is where your true
freedom lies. When you consciously choose to let suffering go you
are free. The bondage of victimization is thinking you do not have a
choice. You can choose to be free or you can choose to continue to
suffer. It's up to you.

Dr Robert Anthony

Abraham-Hicks: What They Mean By 'Vibration'

In Order to Get Anything Done... Gag Your Inner Critic

Remember this scene from the movie "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back"?

Han Solo (Harrison Ford) is about to fly into an asteroid field to evade capture by Darth Vadar and company.

"The possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field," warns the fretting android, C3P0, "is approximately 3,720 to 1."

"Never tell me the odds," replies Han Solo.

After surviving the asteroid field Han Solo points his little spaceship in the direction of Darth Vadar's really, really big spaceship.

"The odds of successfully surviving an attack on an Imperial Star Destroyer are approximately..." ventures C3P0 until Princess Lea tells him to shut up.

Finally, CP30 pleads: "I really don't see how that is going to help! Surrender is a perfectly acceptable alternative in extreme circumstances!" At which point Lea shuts the robot off.

We are all born with a C3P0 of an Inner Critic babbling away in our head -- constantly telling us how the odds are against us and we should just give up.

In order to get anything done you need to bind and gag your Inner Critic. Once it's out of the way you can start the journey – whether it's one of self-discovery, of changing old habits, a new career or learning a new language.

But as long as you have a neurotic voice in your head telling you why you can't do something then you won't make as much progress as you are truly capable of.

That's why liberating your life is all about removing the self-sabotaging Inner Critic first, self-discovery second.

When the Inner Critic is out of your life (or at least silenced) you are able to fully engage with whatever program, book or teacher you are studying.

I bet you have a stack of personal development programs sitting on the bookshelf...

So when are you going to do them?

You're going to do them after you have liberated your mind from that voice in your head that is stopping you from using whatever personal development strategies you know will help you.

Right now your Inner Critic is telling you that you can never learn __________ or that you can never practice ________ every day. Your Inner Critic doesn't really care what "blank" is – it tries to tell you that you can't do it.

"Photo-reading? Mind power? Italian? Martial arts? You can't learn that!" says your Inner Critic. "Who are you kidding? Or even if you did make some progress it wouldn't produce any real results. You could have spent that time enjoying yourself -- watching TV and hanging out with your friends on Facebook."

Sure, your subconscious may not come out and say things this clearly. Usually your Inner Critic is FAR more stealthy than that. But some subconscious or conscious variation of this is true for everyone who isn't able to move forward in life.

As we've already talked about... your Inner Critic doesn't want you to change your life. It only wants to keep you "comfortable."

If you have enough food in the fridge for the next three days, your Inner Critic is happy. If you paid the rent or mortgage this month, things are good.

Like a baby it's mainly concerned about eating, sleeping, pooping, peeing... Or much like our caveman ancestors who did not know how to stop food from rotting or to farm – the kill of the day was all that mattered.

But we are neither children nor caveman. We want so much more from life. And the distractions that 80% of the population embraces – celebrities, sports, beer – just aren't fulfilling enough for people like you and me who want, and deserve, to live up to our greatest potential.

You want to move forward. You want to discover what your purpose is here on earth and what you are capable of.

But your Inner Critic won't let you.

Your Inner Critic has to go.

It's time to liberate your life.

Chris Cade LLC, PO Box 1354, Capitola CA, 95010© 2011 All rights reserved.

BBC NEWS: Music Therapy May Help Depression

Music therapy can be used to improve treatment of depression, at least in the short term, say researchers in Finland.

The technique used non-verbal communication to help patients express their emotions.

A study on 79 people, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, showed a greater improvement than in patients receiving standard therapy.

British experts said music may engage people in ways that words cannot.

Music therapists are used, including by the NHS, to help children who struggle to communicate. Playing instruments and singing with a trained music therapist is supposed to help children express themselves.

Initial Improvement

In this study, all patients with depression received the standard practice of counselling and appropriate medication. Thirty three of them were also given 20 sessions with a trained music therapist, which involved things such as drumming.

After three months, patients receiving music therapy showed a greater improvement in scores of anxiety and depression than the other set of patients.

However, there was no statistical improvement after six months.

Professor Christian Gold, from the University of Jyväskylä, said: "Our trial has shown that music therapy, when added to standard care helps people to improve their levels of depression and anxiety."

"Music therapy has specific qualities that allow people to express themselves and interact in a non-verbal way - even in situations when they cannot find the words to describe their inner experiences.

Dr Mike Crawford, who specialises in mental health services at Imperial College London, said in a journal editorial: "The results suggest that it can improve the mood and general functioning of people with depression.

"Music-making is social, pleasurable and meaningful. It has been argued that music making engages people in ways that words may simply not be able to."


Dr Robert Anthony: What You Want Most In Life...

What you really want most in life is freedom - freedom from resistance. However, you will never find that freedom by trying to control the behavior of others. You will only find it when the behavior of others becomes a non-issue because you are able to focus your mind in ways that allow you to be in alignment, in the flow and this gives you that feeling of well being.

The feeling of making others come into agreement with you in order to get what you want will render you powerless every single time. Even people who want to agree won't agree with if you are worrying about them agreeing. Instead, LET IT GO! Say to the universe, "You know what I want. Give it to me in the path of least resistance.

Give it to me in whatever way is appropriate." and then watch how many vortexes open for you.

Everything you want can come to you and you don't need to demand the cooperation of others. When you come into alignment with what you want the cooperative universe yields it to you endlessly and other uncooperative people become irrelevant to your creation. You can have everything you want if you don't make what other people want seem like it is in opposition to what you want. If you don't make it a big factor in your vibration the universe will find a way through the path of least resistance to bring it to you.

Watch out for the non-essential things that you are trying to control. When you clean up your vibration you can see that not only can you have everything you want, but everyone else can have everything they want without stepping on your creative toes at all.

You don't get in each other's way unless you fixate on something you don't want them to want and use that as an excuse to mess up your vibration. The universe has the ability to give everyone what they want without anyone getting in each other's way.

Dr Robert Anthony