Mar 26 2009

The Art of Looking For What Isn’t There

Before I launch into what I want to say today, I wanted to take a minute to catch up. The first few months of this year have been intense for most people, including me. How has it been for you? Me? I’ve put the energies to good use, I believe. Here’s what I’ve accomplished so far:

  • Launched a new line of shamanic reiki flower essences that I co-created with Nature and a team of unseen beings
  • Hired a new coach to work with me on getting the Co-Creative Science Program prepared and launched successfully
  • Reorganized my projects so that I have time to really get things done

Sorry I haven’t been posting as much on the blog as I wanted; hopefully that will change over the next cycle, so that I can continue to bring you inspiring and positive messages and news. Starting today.

Did you wonder what the title of this article means? It’s deliberately phrased. Here’s what it’s about.

Recently during some meditative times, that I use to pull concepts together that I’m sensing from all parts of the Universe, I came upon a startling concept that I first shared with a Consciousness Group of which I’m a member. (And for those of you who grew up in the 60’s, no, that isn’t about consciousness-RAISING! It’s an ongoing connection with like-minded people to discuss what’s happening in our lives as we awaken, and connect with greater streams of thought and evolution in our human consciousness.) But I digress. . .

Here’s what I discovered. Because there is so much turmoil in the streams of consciousness, there is also tremendous opportunity. (I know, you’ve heard this before. But please keep reading. This isn’t the discovery! It’s just the starting point for it.)

Because it’s so easy ~ seductive, even ~ to be sucked into streams of consciousness that are all about despair and fear and anxiety, based on outer events, the economy, wars, natural disasters, and a seemingly endless stream of bad news, what emerges in the stream of possibility is that there is a wide-open field of everything that’s NOT that!


Now think about this for a minute. It gets pretty interesting.

While so much energy is being invested in attachment to thoughts associated with everything that’s falling apart, WHO is paying attention to what’s trying to grow? To what’s trying to become? To what’s trying to be born? Did you ever wonder about that?
Well, I do! And I see an incredible consciousness opportunity here, for all Lightworkers and people who want to change the world into a place that works for everyone ~ a place where peace and love are natural, and where goodness prevails. And here’s the opportunity:

Focus on what isn’t there!

Reaching For What Isn't There (Yet)

Reaching For What Isn't There (Yet)

What I mean by this is to turn your attention away from the chatter and the clatter and the drama “out there” ~ and even the part of it that’s already inside you. Just turn your “channel” to a different station.

Which station would that be?

Whatever isn’t already playing!

Turn your antennae toward what is goodness, Light, peaceful, love, and beautiful. Tune your “station” to joy and Source.

That’s all. That’s all you do.

But it’s enough! It’s THE best thing you can do. Because when you do that, several things happen:

1) You deprive the “dying apparatus” (whatever is self-destructing) any energy. This will help to accelerate the time when we can and will rebuild. Release the old with love, and turn from it. Disengage completely.

2) You offer the BEST of your energy to what is creative and filled with Life Force energy. Whatever wants and needs to be born, to replace everything that didn’t work before, MUST be of a very high and sustainable energy. Your attention will help solidify that energy field and increase the potential for manifestation exponentially. I’m serious about this.

3) When you consciously seek what is “not that” ~ and become joyfully curious about what wonderful new opportunities might be awaiting you and the world ~ you begin to attract more of those possibilities into your life experience. You start synchronizing your personal energy with what is becoming. And you discover the most amazing new people, ideas, and initiatives!

This is where I’ve been playing lately, and all I can say is that it’s astonishing, refreshing, delightful, joyous, and powerful.

Since I began working with this discovery, here’s a short list of what’s happened for me:

  • I found two new key players for my business ventures that are well attuned to my needs and can take them to a higher level. I love working with them, and finding them will mean that I can work on projects that were waiting because the right people hadn’t appeared yet. Now they’re here. And we’re off into new fields of possibility and potential! That is going to mean some cool new things for YOU real soon, too 🙂
  • Some of the things that had been holding me back have been released. The energy feels almost like a rubber band snapped. It’s that dramatic!
  • When I’m not participating in the pathos of what’s breaking down, I am staying more and more in a place of peace and contentment, alternating with bursts of creativity and precision that feel laser-like. I’m able to “be me” at a much higher level than ever before. This is hard to explain, but if you try what I’m sharing with you here today, I believe you too will begin to experience this.

This feels like an enormous breakthrough of some kind. I don’t know if it is or not. But please try it out and let me know what happens for you!

This discovery also happens to be so aligned with the message my guides gave me some time ago, which were clear and simple: “Turn from what is not loving, in you and around you.” I’ve been doing my best to pay attention to that guidance, and live by it. Now, it’s gone to a much higher level.

What will happen for YOU, when you go there too?

Go for it! And please post your comments here. I read them all and will respond as soon as I can.


5 responses so far

5 Responses to “The Art of Looking For What Isn’t There”

  1. Susan Formaon 26 Mar 2009 at 5:41 pm

    I love it, Nancy. I think it is definitely the way to joy and creating abundance. In fact, funny you should say this because just today I was massaging a 5th grade girl who had so much tension in her neck and shoulders that I was shocked. I have massaged children before and noticed that these days they really carry many burdens in their physical bodies. I don’t think kids had that much tension when I was a kid. So I launched my new Children & Teen Massage — 30 minutes for $25. It was a real aahh haa moment when it came to me. And, felt very much like creating what wasn’t there. Thanks!

  2. Irene Kaboton 26 Mar 2009 at 6:48 pm

    Dear Nancy,
    I have been feeling it too. It seems easier to be aligned with “I don’t know”. Knowing that all that is possible, that which I don’t know yet, resides there. It’s where Hope lives. It is peaceful, harmonious and infinite. I HOPE it opens and expands.
    Much peace and joy,

  3. Nancyon 27 Mar 2009 at 4:02 pm

    Susan, your “aha” is so lovely! Thanks for sharing it, and thanks for noticing something that is really needed — and a wonderful way to open a new pathway for many of our younger ones who really need some special support.

    Irene, you too are expressing an aspect of this dimension. Your peace and joy are always present. Stay attuned to Source, and the joyful nature of the unknown/unfolding/creative life force energy.

    More on all this soon.

  4. Andyon 22 Aug 2012 at 9:20 pm

    Dr. Montessori insisted that teachers stop looking at the child as s/he is, and seek to connect with “the child that is not yet there,” to support the child becoming.

  5. Nancy Boydon 23 Aug 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Hi Andy! Yes, that’s it precisely 🙂 Thank you for that comment.

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