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When I felt that I had said what was needed to be said, and when I had provided specific suggestions for implementing these principles, I stopped. My internal knowing is that when you practice these nine principles you will be given guidance. You will not be alone on this journey, and you will see your desires manifest as your destiny in your daily life. Within you is a divine capacity to manifest and attract all that you need or desire. This is such a powerful statement that I suggest you reread and savor it before you begin this journey.
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Most of what we are taught to believe about our reality conflicts with this statement. However, I know it to be so true and valuable that I encourage you to surrender any hesitation and let this thought enter your consciousness: I have a divine ability to manifest and attract what I need or desire! Becoming aware of your highest self does not happen through physical effort, nor can one rely upon supernatural techniques such as invoking angels to do this heavenly work for you.
What is essential is that you learn that you are both a physical body in a material world, and a non-physical being who can gain access to a higher level.
That higher level is within you and is reached through the stages of adult development. The developmental stages of infancy through adolescence have been explored by many writers, but very little has been written about the developmental stages of adulthood. There are four stages that each of us seem to traverse once we reach adulthood. These stages of our lives represent a way of thinking, although they are not necessarily associated with age or experience. Some of us proceed rapidly through these stages, learning at a young age that we are both a physical self and a higher self.
Others remain in one of the earlier stages for a lifetime. Carl Jung, writing in Modern Man in Search of a Soul, provided some critical insight into the developmental tasks of adulthood. He believed that an awareness of a higher self is a developmental task of adulthood. In the next section I am offering my interpretation of Dr. I write about these stages with some degree of expertise because I have spent many years in each of them. They have been stepping stones to my awareness of my higher self.
Each stage involved experiences that permitted me to move ahead in my thinking and my awareness. Ultimately, I reached the level at which I could use these nine principles to co-create my life.
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That is, to manifest my own destiny. As you read these, examine the personal and unique stages of your adult development that parallel Dr. Your objective is to become aware of your highest self as a dimension of your being that transcends the limitations of the physical world.
It is intended as a description of the time in our adult lives when our primary identification is with our physical body and how it functions in our everyday world.
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This is the time when we measure our worth and our happiness by our physical appearance and abilities. Those abilities are multitudinous and uniquely personal. They can include such things as how fast we run, how far we throw a ball, how high we can jump and the size of our muscles. We judge the worthiness of our physical appearance by a standard of attractiveness based on the shape, size, color and texture of body parts, hair and complexion. In a consumer culture like ours, judgment even extends to the appearance of our automobiles, houses and clothes.
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These are the concerns one has when he or she is in the earliest stage of adult development. This is the time when life seems impossible without a mirror and a steady stream of approval to make us feel secure.
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The stage of the athlete is the time in our adult development when we are almost completely identified with our performance, attractiveness and achievements. Many people outgrow the stage of the athlete and make other considerations more significant. Some of us, depending on our personal circumstances, move in and out of this stage. A few stay in the athlete stage for their entire lives. Whether or not you have moved beyond the athlete stage is determined by how fixated you are on your body as your primary source of self-identification.
Obviously, it is healthy to take good care of your body by treating it kindly and exercising and nourishing it in the best way your circumstances allow. Having pride in your physical appearance and enjoying compliments does not mean you are body-fixated. This is not a stage in which you can practice the art of manifesting.
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To reach the ability to know and use your divine inner energy, you must move beyond your identification as being exclusively a physical body. When we leave the athlete stage behind, we generally enter the stage of the warrior. This is the time when the ego dominates our lives and we feel compelled to conquer the world to demonstrate our superiority. My definition of ego is the idea that we have of ourselves as important and separate from everyone else.
This can be an acronym for Earth Guide Only since ego represents our exclusive identification with our physical selves in our material world. The ego-driven warrior objective is to subdue and defeat others in a race for the number-one spot. During this stage we are busy with goals and achievements in competition with others. This ego-dominated stage is full of anxiety and endless comparison of our success.
Trophies, awards, titles and the accumulation of material objects record our achievements. The warrior is intensely concerned with the future and who might be in his way or interfere with his status. In the warrior stage, status and position in life are obsessions.
Convincing others of our superiority is the theme of this other-centered time of life in which the ego is the director. This is the time when we are attempting to do what warriors do: conquer and claim the spoils of our battles for ourselves. The test of whether you have left this stage is to examine what it is that is the driving force in your life.