being successful

I am currently unemployed after doing office work for 20 years, and I love to write. I’ve written two screenplays, a book of poems, short stories, and a guided journal, but I feel ‘stuck’ as to where to go next. I would really like to get my work out, but I’m not sure how to do it. Do you have any suggestions as to what direction I can take next?

Robert : I understand that this question will come up a lot, so I’ll provide an answer that is similar to what I’ve said before. Your story is already written, and your screenplays, poems, and short stories, or any other creations, may or may not get “out there.” If it’s meant to happen, there’s already a story written for how that will occur, and as your story unfolds, you’ll find yourself doing those things that appear to cause your work to get from where it is now to where you’d like it to be.

Phase 1

In phase one, with the cloud cover, we’re taught that we’re driving the bus and we have to make things happen by figuring out strategies, taking actions, and so on. However, we’re not really in control; it’s just a story, and the story will take care of itself. The opportunity, if you so desire, is to focus on knocking out the cloud cover rather than producing specific results.

If you want help producing specific results, either through metaphysical or manifestation techniques, I’m not the person to help you. If you want to study the more conventional methods of getting published, like finding an agent, you’re welcome to do so. Ultimately, all these things will appear on their own, and you’ll notice them happening if that’s part of your story.

I’m not saying to sit back and not do anything or resist opportunities. I’m saying that if it’s meant to happen, it will. You will find yourself having thoughts, feelings, and sensations, taking actions, and interacting with others as your story unfolds. If getting published is part of your story, it will manifest. If not, simply enjoy the creative expression involved.

Phase 2

The phase two game is about knocking out the cloud cover, not producing specific results. I may sound like a broken record, but that’s my truth and experience. Your story is unique and custom-designed, and as you play the phase two game, which involves using tools to knock out the cloud cover, the rest will take care of itself. If you asked a similar question, the answer comes from the same space.

In summary, it’s essential to remember that the phase two game is about removing the cloud cover and not focusing on specific results. Life is like a story unfolding, and as you actively participate in this game, you will find that opportunities, experiences, and outcomes will naturally present themselves as part of your unique journey. Trust the process and allow your story to unfold as it’s meant to. Embrace the experiences that come your way, and remember that everything will happen as it’s meant to, whether it’s getting published or simply enjoying the creative expression involved.






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