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mysticalmagicalmoon
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 Posted: Wed Jul 28th, 2010 05:12 pm
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Hello everyone! I'm so glad to have come across this forum.  I'm probably the only one here from KY lol.  Anyway, I look forward to getting to know all of you as we share on this journey toward being that which we desire. 

Blessings,
Tosha


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 Posted: Sat Jul 31st, 2010 09:11 am
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Hi Tosha!

Welcome to this great gathering of deliberate creators. It's truly a hoot of fun here!  I venture to bet there are other KYians here.  I look forward to sharing postings with you!

::heartsMaureen

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 Posted: Sat Jul 31st, 2010 10:34 pm
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Welcome to the forum, Tosha!  You're going to love it here.  I've driven through Kentucky, but that doesn't count, does it?:)  I would guess there's others here.  Maybe they'll see your thread and give you a shout out.

Su ::hearts

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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 12:01 am
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Hi and welcome, I just started posting here as well. :)

mysticalmagicalmoon
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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 04:12 am
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Gaily wrote: Hi and welcome, I just started posting here as well. :)

Hello Gaily! ::woohoo

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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 05:15 am
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Welcome....   Just out of curiosity, how long have you been a genius creator?  And what was the moment in time when you "knew" you were?

:beautiful:

Karen Steil, Genius Creator

mysticalmagicalmoon
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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 01:45 pm
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geniuscreator wrote: Welcome....   Just out of curiosity, how long have you been a genius creator?  And what was the moment in time when you "knew" you were?

:beautiful:

Karen Steil, Genius Creator


::wave Mornin' geniuscreator!

The best way I know how to answer this is: I've been on the path of self-discovery for about 12 years now, but only became aware of my ability to create my own life maybe 2-3 years ago.  A book that started this journey was The Road Less Traveled by Scott Peck.  I read it when I was about 15-years-old.  I've been on quite a path ever since.

There is no specific moment when I "got it." I'm a bit of a slow learner when it comes to this.  You know how you can be right in front of something and be completely unaware.  There's this blind spot.  Anyway, I still have a lot of wrinkles to straighten out as it is a process for me.  The place I am in now is much more blissful than I could ever have imagined and I am excited to see where this all takes me.  ::thumb

How about yourself?

Blessings,
Tosha::tramp
 

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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 03:53 pm
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I knew at 8 years old I was an eternal being when the minister at the Baptist church I was attending asked the question: "Who's going to live forever." It was actually an altar call for people wanting to go to heaven when they die, but that wasn't how I saw it.

My refusal to conform to other people's ideas of religion, and life in general, set me on "the road less traveled." I became a falling down, blackout, functional drunk. I sobered up at age 30 and discovered the 12 steps of AA and the earnest search for a "God of my own understanding."

I ran through the fundamentalist beliefs of Christianity, the practical Christianity of Unity Church, A Course in Miracles, and finally, at 64 years young, I started my own religion based on the Universal Law of Attraction. (I used to call it Personal Responsibility.)

There is a Proverb that says: "Train a child in the way that they should go and when they are older they will not depart from it." It is almost impossible to override early programming, but it is easy to evolve in such a way that what you started out with is almost imperceptible.

It's hard to believe that everything I know to be true as a Genius Creator can be found in the same Bible that I grew up with.
36_13_3
The conflict only comes when I try to reconcile everything in the Bible with what I believe. The Bible is no different than anything else in this physical universe: There is the wanted and the unwanted in every particle of it. I simply focus on the wanted.

Thank you for giving me an opportunity to share my thoughts with you. Whenever I count my blessings, I'll count you twice

::music
Karen Steil, Genius Creator

mysticalmagicalmoon
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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 04:23 pm
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geniuscreator wrote: I knew at 8 years old I was an eternal being when the minister at the Baptist church I was attending asked the question: "Who's going to live forever." It was actually an altar call for people wanting to go to heaven when they die, but that wasn't how I saw it.

My refusal to conform to other people's ideas of religion, and life in general, set me on "the road less traveled." I became a falling down, blackout, functional drunk. I sobered up at age 30 and discovered the 12 steps of AA and the earnest search for a "God of my own understanding."

I ran through the fundamentalist beliefs of Christianity, the practical Christianity of Unity Church, A Course in Miracles, and finally, at 64 years young, I started my own religion based on the Universal Law of Attraction. (I used to call it Personal Responsibility.)

There is a Proverb that says: "Train a child in the way that they should go and when they are older they will not depart from it." It is almost impossible to override early programming, but it is easy to evolve in such a way that what you started out with is almost imperceptible.

It's hard to believe that everything I know to be true as a Genius Creator can be found in the same Bible that I grew up with.
36_13_3
The conflict only comes when I try to reconcile everything in the Bible with what I believe. The Bible is no different than anything else in this physical universe: There is the wanted and the unwanted in every particle of it. I simply focus on the wanted.

Thank you for giving me an opportunity to share my thoughts with you. Whenever I count my blessings, I'll count you twice

::music
Karen Steil, Genius Creator


Oh, what a gorgeous post!
Thank you for that. 

Sounds like you've had a fantastic life thus far.  I have also been in Al-Anon for many years.  Dad is an alcoholic/addict and his view of the Bible and God warped me in my early years.  Back then I was so very fearful of the fire and brimstone stuff.

I grew older and realized that is all crap (pardon my French::LOL).

Just last night a friend invited me to a new church downtown.  I was open to it.  As I listened to the "lecture," my stomach would turn and I'd feel resistance when the man would talk about Lord as our Savior and going to Hell.  I stayed open.  It reminded me of my childhood how Dad would harp on going to Hell all the time and how scared I would be.  But I have learned, as they say in Al-Anon, to take what I liked and leave the rest.  The rest of what this man had to say was exactly on target with what we learn through Abraham and any other spiritual avenue.

It is truly all the same but maybe using different words.  That is why I sort of chuckle to myself when I hear people say they're fearful of this sort of thing because it is evil.  It's only because they do not understand.  They're fearful and do not see that we are the same.  ::hugging

Anyhoo, it's a delightful place to be in.  To see others and also see myself.  To see that I may be just as "wrong" or "right" as they think they are.  We are all in the same boat!

Thanks for your sharing!

Blessings,
Tosha::hearts


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