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Why Context Are Important







Page Two Content

(o)>    Believability   

(o)>   All Activities Occur Within a Context  

(o)>   The Forces of Creation Are Derived from Context  

(o)>   Our Intention Creates a Context  


(o)>   Commitment Creates a Context  

(o)>   Resistance  

(o)>   Getting Derailed or Sidetracked   

(o)>   Blocks Along the Way   


(o)>   The Affect of Altering a Context   

(o)>   The Mindset of the Observer Influences the Observation

(o)>   Contexts as Tools for Controlling the People     

(o)>   Summarizing the Creative Process     






The first reaction that you'll probably have to this page and to most of the other things we'll share with you is:   "That's impossible.   The author is crazy, ranting lunatic."  

Perhaps I am, but you'll never know for sure until you examine the evidence for yourself.   Before you leave, we invite you to examine the page titled, Believability.  

If you are ready to learn the truth, read on.
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The overwhelming evidence tells us:
***   that we are non-physical beings
***   having a human experience,  
***   in Source/ Creator/ God's Holographic Universe,
***   that we are a powerful creators and
***   that we (as human beings) have created our personal lives
      by a blend of our dominant thoughts, beliefs, attitudes,
      intentions, and expectations.   

Your first reaction to this concept will most likely be:  
That's impossible.  That' not true.  
I'm not a great creator. 
Just look at my life.  
I would never create my life as it is right now.

Of course, you didn't intentionally
create the mess you are in, but consider this:  

Most people create their lives
by chance,
by accident,
by default, or
they stumble into things by simple happenstance.  

How about you?  
There are no victims, only unconscious creators. 
How did you get where you are right here, right now?

Are you ready for something new? 
If so, this page describes how to
create consciously and by intention.    




All Activities Occur Within a Context



The first step in consciously manifesting an intention
is to create a context.   How do we do that?  

***  We set a goal,  
***  We imagine a desired outcome
***  We commit to taking actions
       that appear to be moving us toward
       the manifestation of our state intention,
       and then, 
***  We commit ourselves to actually accomplishing our goal.   

At this point, the manifestation process requires that
we declare our goal (our intention) to be real
in the non-physical portion of reality.  

This next step, called witnessing, requires that,
in our minds, we imagine our intention to be real.  
We see it, hear it, and/or feel it
as if it were completely manifested.

***   We do NOT rush out and takes action.
***   We do NOT stop and wait for things to happen.  
***   We continues to live our lives 
         in the space of positive, joyous expectancy.     
***   We have fun along the way to our destination.  
***   At each point of success, we celebrate!   
***   We celebrate every  major and minor pieces of our success.
***   We do or allow to occur, whatever feels appropriate,
         whenever it feels appropriate   
***   and all the while, we continue
        to hold the goal in mind
        as though it were already a physical reality.   

When intentionally creating, one is aware of
both the context and the content,
but actions taken are NOT done in reaction to content.  

Things are NOT done for externally perceived reasons.  
Things are NOT done in response to content.  





The Forces of Creation Are Derived from Context


The forces of creation are derived from context.  
The context is your mental creation, your intention,
your goal, your expectation.

Your self-created context is the container
within which your manifestations appear.   
The creation mechanism is in a holographic reality.  
In a holographic reality.
creation in NOT the result of doing
the things that are done.
Creation is NOT a function of doing.  
In a holograph, creation is a function of your mind  

The context is Created in Fifth Dimension Consciousness.  
The doing of things, one' physical actions is content in the context and is done to support, in our mental construct (The Context). 
It's the though supported by beliefs, etc. that create the experience.  

The cause and effect relationship appears to be reversed.  
Working triggers mental expectation.  
Expectation puts universal forces into action
to produce that which is expected.  

Humans see action as the cause of the result.  
Work produces money.  
Money  buys goods and services.  
Goods and services provide the feel good feelings.  

In a holographic reality, the cause is in the belief held as an expectation while feeling good.  

Remember that a context is created in your mind.  
And,  in a holographic reality,
the power of creation comes from

the thought 
the intention,
the expextation,  and
the commitment to reach a goal.  

What you do (your physical activity)
is content and it's done
within the context that which you have created
Action is often necessary and appropriate
when done inside the context as follow-up. 
Action is NOT the cause. 

Your goals manifest in accordance with your belief system,
your mental mindset, and
the context in which you hold them.   
Your personal  belief system
is your filter through which all your thoughts must pass
on their way to being manifested. 

A context must be continually recreated. 
Your beliefs, your attitude,
your state of mind, and your expectations
hold your context in place during the gestation period. 
The gestation period is the time between creation an manifestation.  

It can be likened to creating balance while riding a bicycle.  
The moment you stop creating balance, the bicycle falls over.    

Continue to hold your vision and feel the fahzoom (feel good feelings) associate with your context.

The Bottom Line: 
Contexts have contents, but contents do not create contexts.  
First, a context is created 
(a commitment is made to accomplish a goal) 
and then all of its contents fit inside.  
Being precedes action because
being is the context and action is the content.  
A context is a way of being.   It is not something to do.   

***  Readers are referred to the page titled:
The Three Immutable Universal Laws of Thought.  




Our Intention Creates a Context  


Because we live in Source/ Creator/ God's Holographic Universe, thoughts comes before everything else.   In other words, our beingness  (who and what we are)  comes before doing and having.  

To create successfully (to create by conscious intention) we must begin by deciding who we intend to be.   This is true in every situation we encounter.  

When we declare a new intention, our declaration creates our new context.   In our minds, we step inside of our new context.   We feel the fahzoom (feel good) feeling associated with our intention.    

We do NOT concern ourselves with the content.   When we see content that seems to be in the way, we simply observe it.   We do not take action to fix anything.   Why?   Because fixing takes our focuses of our minds away from our intention.   We simply observe the kohld-priki and, then let it go.   In our minds, we replace it with our new context and feel the associated fahzoom feelings.  

The next step is to get ourselves out of the way.  
We let go of wanting:
If you want something, you do NOT have it.  
When we find ourselves
*   wanting to be safe,
*   wanting to be secure,
*   wanting to be in control of our lives,
*   wanting to please another person, 
*   feeling negative emotions such as anger and fear, and/or
anything else standing between you and your intention,
simply observe the wanting, feel the feeling associated with the wanting, feel any other negative emotion and then let them go.  

Continue feeling the feelings and then let them go.  
Continue this step as long as it takes.
This is the basis of both
the Larry Crane Release Technique
and the Sedona Release Technique.

Our beingness (our thoughts, beliefs attitude, expectations, etc.) creates a vibrating energy field.    It's that vibrating energy field that we experience as physical reality.    When we wake up to Earth-plane reality, this is the context we find ourselves in.

The way to change what we are experiencing is to change our internal rate of vibration.   We change our vibration by changing our thoughts, beliefs attitude, expectations, etc. so that our energy field vibrates in harmony with what we intend to experience.   In our minds, we place ourselves inside of our new context and then feel the fahzoom feelings associate with it.  

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There is a significant difference in approaching life from have/do/be   instead of from  be/do/have.  For Example: 

The Have/Do/B Approach:   I want money, so I can buy a new car, and then I will be happy.   I feel sad because cars are so expensive.   I feel angry because what I want is impossible, and I know it just can't be any other way.   And besides, when I suffer, I'm closer to God.

The Be/Do/Have Approach:   I am happy.   I am grateful for what I now have.   In my happiness, I am inspired to take actions that will eventually result in my having a new car.  

I understand that there is a gestation period  --  a time between creating in the non-physical world and experiencing my creation in the physical world.  During the gestation period, I take whatever actions that, in the moment, appear to move me closer to the manifestation of my intention.  
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Consciousness Creates the Physical World:   "Matter arise out of the right combination of Consciousness."    Being precedes doing.    First, in your mind (in your consciousness) create and be who you choose to be.   This will inspire you to take certain actions.   Your actions will produce the having.   The having will strengthen being happy and being grateful.   Your attitude of gratitude brings you more to be grateful for.  

But be aware!   The opposite is also true.   Bitch, moan and complain and the universe gives you more to bitch moan and complain about.  

You can enhance your feel good feelings by using the technique we call, Celebrate Your Success.  

The Bottom Line:   Context controls the content.   The context of wanting, tells the universe to give you more wanting and more not having.   The context of being happy and grateful tells the universe to give you more to be happy and grateful for.  






When we make a commitment to something,
we create a context.  

Creating a context
      sets the forces of the universe
            into action.

The following is probably
the literature's most famous quote
regarding commitment:  

Until one is committed, there is hesitancy,

the chance to draw back,
always ineffectiveness.  
Concerning all acts of initiative [and acts of creation]
there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which
kills countless ideas and splendid plans.   

The moment one definitely commits oneself,

then providence moves too.  
All sorts of things occur to help one
that would never otherwise have occurred.  

A whole stream of events issue from the decision

raising in one's favor all manner of unforeseen incidents
and meetings and material assistance
which no man could have dreamt would have come his way.  
                                             W. H. Murray
                              The Scottish Himalayan Expedition   1916  

"Whatever you can do or dream you can do, begin it.   
  Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.  
  Begin it now."   
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When something becomes a context,
it has room for its opposite within it as content.  
Within a context there’s even room for
hose who believe  "it's impossible."  
A context allows space for all positions and beliefs.  
A context allows space for all contents.  

There is no need to resist any contrary ideas.  
There is no need to defend anything.  
There is no need to hold any ideas as positions.
(i.e. “This is why such and such is happening.”  
“This is how to solve the problem.”  
“This is what to do about that.” etc.)  

Whatever is done within a context is done by choice.   
It is NOT done    for a reason    or   in response to content.  

A context is not about fixing, correcting or changing you,
or me, or anything else out there in the physical world.  

It's about creating.  
Remember the ancient principle: 
"To fight something is to feed it."  
"What you resist persists."  
So we simply need to stop fighting and start creating.  

Also remember you are working in
Fifth Dimension Consciousness.  
You are working in your mind,
at the first-cause-level of creation.  
You are NOT working in the physical world.  

*   When you stop thinking in and about
     what you had that produced your feel-bad feelings,
*   When you create your new thoughts and new intentions,

your old and unwanted fears and dreads
will wither away and die all by themselves,
like a house plant that you stop watering.   

You'll still have physical matters
that will need to be addressed in the physical world, but
they require attention as tasks to be completed and
not as objects over which to go to war.

Also, avoid being stopped by what is logical and reasonable.  
Intentions often get overwhelmed by the intellect and
by reasonableness.  
For example, if Einstein had been reasonable,
he would have never come up with the theory of relativity.  

Become aware that when
we get our limited personalities, egos, and belief systems
out of the way,
we make room for
the intuitive and inspirational aspect of self
to work through us.

Become aware that what is a context
(a ground of being) in one area of life
is often also a context, and a controlling factor
in other areas of life.  
For example, if you believe that suffering here on Earth
is the only way to get to heaven,
that belief is content in your Earth-life-context, and
at the same time, it's a context that controls and  affects
not only your religious behavior,
but it also affects everything else you do
in every other area of your life.




Getting Derailed or Sidetracked


People lose sight of their contexts when they: 

(1)   stop to deal with things that give the illusions
        of being negative or counter to the context, 

(2)   stop to deal with things that are
         totally irrelevant to the contexts,

(3)   stop to praise those things
        that appear to support the context.   

With our limited amount of knowledge
we often have no way of knowing whether
outside events are positive, negative, or neutral.  
Avoid being at the effect of those self-created,
seemingly outside-created events.  
Observe them and keep on going to the goal.  




Blocks Along the Way



When a barrier comes up, just be with it.  
Avoid resisting it.  
Avoid trying to dominate it.  
Avoid trying to control it.  
Avoid trying to fix it or change it.  

Instead, include it in and make it
part of the context you have created.  
Rather than challenging it, make space for it,
simply allow it to be as it is.  

In your mind, make a special storage bin out back.  
Make it look like a trash bin.  
Store that unwanted stuff there. 
You can always retrieve it later, if you decide you still want it. 

Now that the barrier is both safe and set aside,
just let it be.  
Shift your focus onto your intended outcome.  
This focus directs your creative energy toward your goal
rather than wasting it on that which is not wanted.  
In your mind, create an imaginary self
for which the goal is already accomplished.

Be in charge, but do not attempt to dominate or control.  
Press on to completion by staying in
the ground of being that knows:  
I am the cause.     

And remember, there is no room for victims at the “Inn of Success."




The Affects of Altering a Context



When we expand a context, we often give a new and very different meaning to its content.   The Poem, "For Want of a Nail" is an example of this. (author unknown)   

      All for the Want of a Nail   

For want of a nail, the shoe was lost; 
For want of a shoe, the horse was lost; 
For want of a horse, the rider was lost; 
For want of a rider, the message was lost;
For want of a message, the battle was lost;
For want of a battle, the kingdom was lost; 
And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.  

In this poem, each line expands the context in which the nail exists as content.  Each expansion of context also gives the nail, a new meaning.   Expanding the context does not damage or destroy the content.   The original content still exists.   The difference is that the content often has a new and sometimes very different meaning in the larger context.  

For example, you may find that what previously made sense, no longer does, or that which previously appeared to be trash has become a treasure or that something of value has become worthless or useless.     

The same thing happens with a thought, an ides, or a belief.   When we expand the context within which we hold a belief, its meaning and the significance can change.   The original thought, itself,  doesn't change, but its meaning and its significance can and often does change.   

The behavior that the thought inspires also changes.   Because thoughts, ideas and beliefs are the harbingers, the forerunners, the directors of future behavior,  an action that seemed correct and appropriate in a small context, may be completely inappropriate in a bigger context.   The opposite is also true.   An action that seemed incorrect and inappropriate in a small context, may be completely correct and appropriate in a bigger context.   

We would like to think that we have the real truth about topics such as abortion, but we simply don't know what we'll find when we examine this or any other issue in a larger context.   Often, the significances change dramatically.  

Forced motherhood (anti-abortion war) provides a very powerful example of how seeing an issue in a larger context changes the meaning of its content.   As an example, we'll examine this issue in two, different contexts:  

The Third Dimension Perspective:  
The limited context of ancient Christian theology declared that
a human being was his/her body. 
It also declared that a human was created at conception,
lived only once on Earth, and
then went to heaven or hell forever
In that context, abortion was considered to be murder.   

The Fifth Dimension Perspective:   Now, let's expand the context by adding additional evidence that was not available when the beliefs about the origin and the purpose of human life were first written into Christian theology.  
A human is an eternal divine being
who enters a biological machine called a human body to
experience physical life in a holographic universe.

Notice that all the above-mentioned
Christian proclamation are shown to be false.  
For example, just like the driver in an a car is NOT the car,
the dweller in the human body in NOT the body.  
When this additional information enters the picture, the meaning and significance of abortion changes dramatically.  

In the expanded context,
the significance of abortion
is reduced to the biological equivalent of
stopping work on a construction site.

One of the principles put forth
by the ancient  philosopher, Hermes Trismegistus.  
He expresses this idea succinctly:  
"All truths are but half truths."  
In essence, this principle tells us that
no matter how much we know about something,
there are still aspects of it that we don't know.  




The Observer Influences That Which Is Observed



For every one of us,
our underlying belief system influences
what an experience means.
Why?   Because we live in a holographic universe.  
ere is no single, objective world outside of ourselves
that we come along and witness or experience.  

Our belief system -- our mind-set --
our ground of being -- our beliefs, attitudes, and expectations  
our perspective on life,  all these factors
strongly influences how we interpret a story or an event.  
As a result, e
very observer or participant
has his/her own interpretation of
what he/she hears, observes, and/or experiences.  

   The two examples below illustrate this.  

Example One:   In conversing with a follower of Christianity living in the early days of Christianity, if you pointed up, the person would interpret your action to as if you were pointing to heaven, because he believed the Earth was flat and heaven was a physical place up there above the clouds.   

If today, in conversing with anybody knowledgeable in Earth science, when you pointed up, he would understand that "up" from the surface of the Earth is an infinite number of directions.   Why?  Because the Earth is round and up is simply the opposite direction from pointing to the center of the earth.   Also, the Earth is constantly both rotating and moving through space so you can never point up in exactly the same direction twice.   

Example Two:  Capital punishment (the death penalty) appears to be the end of life, and for the physical body, yes, it certainly is, but when you  look at the variety of human beliefs and  the assumptions we make about "what the physical body is" some startling findings come to light.  

When we examine capital punishment from each of the three basic theories/assumptions about life  (Christian one-life-ism, atheism, and reincarnation) we find three conflicting and completely different meanings. We finds objective reality, pure fantasy, and personal religious beliefs are all scrambled together.  See the page titled:  Capital Punishment  --  The Death Penalty.    
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For each of us, our unique point of perception applies to everything in our lives.   Every human being brings his/her own unique belief system and his/her expectations into all his/her experiences and observations.   This is normal.   This is Natural.   We all do it all the time.   Sometimes, our way of viewing something makes a huge difference in the significance we place on any event or experience.  Kept this in mind the next time you places a meaning on any experience or on an observation, particularly if you do so while in a state of high emotion.  

You might also note that when several people witness the same event, their descriptions of the event are often quite different, and, over time the accuracy of their descriptions becomes less and less reliable.




Contexts as Tools for Controlling the People



Those who manipulate humanity use contexts
to control people in two major ways.  

1)  They change our physical social context.  
      For example:
            They manipulate the American money supply
             to produce scarcity,
             to cause recessions and depressions, and
             to steal the people's wealth.  

2)  They control people by getting them to believe
      that a false context is a true cont
      For example: 

The false context - The Lie:  
The belief that humans are separate from God, separate from nature, and separate from each other.  

The true Context - The Truth:  
We are all part of a single unified whole.  

Here's another example of using a false context
to control the people:  

The false context - The Lie:  
Humans are their physical body.  
Humans were created at conception. 
Humans live only once once on Earth
and then go to heaven or hell forever.

The true Context - The Truth:  
You and I and everyone else are:     

***   Eternal   (timeless)  
***   Invisible   (to the human eyes),
***   Non-physical,
***   Multi-dimensional,
***   Self-aware,
***   Divine beings   (having a)
***   Human experience   (in a)
***   Physical body,
***   Here on Earth    (in a)
***  holographic universe.    

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Here's still another example of manipulating others by changing the context.   Under the false pretenses as described above, the forced motherhood peddlers are systematically destroying and/otherwise eliminating the availability of women's health care facilities.  

By changing this context, the fundamentalist Christians are forcing unwilling women and naive young girls to become mothers and to bring still more unwanted children into an already overcrowded world.  

Every lie peddled to the people produces a false context.   Each false context changes peoples beliefs and this changes their behavior.   As a result, you and I live in a social structure that is controlled by literally dozens of intentionally created, false contexts.   We (the collective we) are the unconscious servants of those who manipulate the contexts we live in. 




Summarizing the Creative Process


We accept the contexts that are not changeable.  
When we choose to alter the contexts that are changeable, 

We do NOT ask permission
from someone or something outside of ourselves.  
There is nothing and nobody outside of us to ask.  
We are great creators.  

We declare our intention into existence.
We are eternal god beings.  
We are inside of Source/ Creator/ God.  
We are in intimate, integral aspect of Source/ Creator/God. 

Whatever we chose to be, do, have, express, and/or experience,
      we simply declare it into existence.  
Our job is to hold our newly created context in place
      during the gestation period. 
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Thoughts act as building blocks.  

Emotions act as the power plant that energizes your thoughts into physical form.  

Beliefs, attitudes, expectations, etc. are the filters through which our declarations must pass.   They are the molds (the forms, the structures, the contexts) within which our thoughts must fit if they are to become physical reality.  

Think of yourself as a ship in a multi-dimensional ocean.   Your thoughts are your steering mechanism and your emotions are your engine.   

An excellent example of how to create a context can be found by reading the thirty page booklet entitled, The End of Starvation: Creating an Idea Whose Time Has Come, by Werner Erhard.   For a copy of the booklet contact:  The Hunger Project, 15 East 26th Street, New York, NY 10010.     http://www.thp.org           info@thp.org        

Read it for its humanitarian value.   Read it as an example of how to create a context.




The Discussion of Context is on Four Pages


(o)>   Page One  --  What Is a Context     

(o)>   Page Two  --  Why Contexts Are Important  <---   You Are here.

(o)>   Page Three  --  Examples of Contexts  

(o)>   Page Four  --  Your Life in Its Contexts   




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