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Putting self development training to the test. In these blogs I am reading and testing the Intimate Modeling course from Ken Haberman.
“The manifestation of a desire is mostly and inner game” writes Ken Haberman in his book “Intimate Modeling”. That is absolutely truth. And Intimate Modeling is an “inner game”. It’s indeed a “game” and it happens “inside”.
It requires imagination. And Ken advices to use toolboxes to support the imagination. You can image that if you want to feel like Napoleon Bonaparte – it will be far easier if you’re dressed like him, standing on the fields of Waterloo (Belgium – where he lost his final battle) with dressed players around. Then you can more easily imagine the decision process of a leader like Napoleon.
If you are playing a situation in your life that will soon occur – you can use this toolbox. If you want to ask your girlfriend for marriage on a beautiful location – it helps if you have been there and try to image at the place how you will do it.
Manifestation of desires
Money is the thing I desire now. I feel so lucky to enjoy financial freedom to support numerous ecological projects and live a comfortable life with my family.
What I do not understand is what happened next. The moment I worked on clarifying this desire I received an email from a far relation. He invited me for a business talk. That was yesterday.
I cannot go into details now for obvious reasons (to me). But he proposed me a deal that will bring me serious and growing income in a way that supports numerous ecological projects and with the freedom to spend time (and quality time) with my family. The project starts the next months.
I’m so grateful!
Nevertheless – I will refine my desire to also enjoying financial income very soon.
Ask big and ask often
Let’s put it straight. If you are not asking for it – you are probably not going to get what you desire. As I am reading “Intimate Modeling” I am asking more often. I’m also asking for things that are out of my comfort zone.
Just a simple example. A company wants to deliver us wooden panels for a trace. They however charge 140 Euro for the delivery. They’re right – it’s quite heavy (2 tons). I want to get it delivered free. So I asked a few people – and indeed, someone wants to get the panels for me from the factory.