is there a way to change faster?

Sometimes, certain problems or situations seem to resolve or disappear on their own when I stop taking action. However, the main issues and bigger challenges persist, whether I actively try to address them or not, leading to even more discomfort and stress. How can I handle this more effectively and swiftly? Is there a better or faster way?

Well, there isn’t necessarily a better or faster way, as things will unfold according to your unique story. As I mentioned earlier, your story has already been written. You may not be aware of the complete narrative or what it will be like to break through your challenges, but your journey is predetermined. In other words, there isn’t a way for you, as the character, to speed up or improve the process, much like Harry Potter couldn’t defeat Voldemort any sooner or more effectively than he did in the final book.

This desire to find a quicker or better solution is prevalent in the self-help and success industries, but it isn’t relevant or applicable when it comes to personal growth. The question continues, asking if there might be a flaw in the way I use the process. The answer is no, the issue is not a flaw in your process. It’s important to understand that progress may not happen as quickly as you’d like or appear as you’d expect. However, something is always happening when you’re using the tools, and the guided tour is a crucial component of this journey.

Faster is Better

Regarding whether this is a faster process to achieve the same goal, “faster is better” is one of the Phase One cloud cover dynamics that is a gigantic lie, illusion, and story. While it might make sense to believe that faster is better, my experience is that faster is not always better, especially in the Phase 2 game and in the transition from Phase 2 to Phase 3. The slower it moves, the greater exposure to the guided tour component that’s part of knocking out the cloud cover, which I believe is one of the most delicious parts of the whole process.

I have never said, and I never will say, that the tools I teach are the only way to experience truth or to play in the sunshine. There are multiple paths, and it’s up to each person to find the one that resonates with them the most. It’s essential to be skeptical of anyone who claims to be enlightened and offers a “magic formula” for enlightenment. From my experience, enlightenment is not something that can be achieved through a mental or intellectual process. It is experiential and requires going into the heart of the feelings.

In conclusion, whether you decide to try the process shared in the Unleashed Liberation forum or not is entirely up to you. If you feel motivated to do so, give it a try, and see what happens. If not, continue with the Busting Loose technique or explore other paths that resonate with you. Ultimately, it’s essential to remember that each person’s journey is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another.






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