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In today's captivating episode, we delve into the transformative practice of revision. Join me as we explore the profound impact of revision on our mindset, manifesting abilities, and overall sense of empowerment.
Revision is a powerful technique that allows us to reshape and recreate our past experiences, ultimately transforming our present reality and future outcomes. By revising past events, we have the ability to release limiting beliefs, heal emotional wounds, and align with the versions of ourselves that we aspire to be.
In this episode, we'll dive deep into the practice of revision, exploring its principles, techniques, and potential benefits. Discover how to reframe past experiences through the lens of empowerment and growth, rewriting the narratives that no longer serve us and manifesting a reality that aligns with our true desires.
We'll explore practical strategies to incorporate revision into our daily lives, empowering us to shift our mindset, manifest with intention, and create a future that resonates with our authentic selves. Through inspiring anecdotes and insightful discussions, we'll uncover the immense power of revision and its profound impact on our personal and spiritual growth.
Tune in now to this episode of the Mindset and Manifesting Podcast and embark on a journey of transformation through the practice of revision. Learn how to rewrite your story, heal past wounds, and manifest a future that aligns with your highest aspirations. Get ready to harness the power of revision, unleash your manifesting potential, and embrace a life filled with purpose, abundance, and joy.
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Hello, everyone, and welcome back to the mindset and manifesting podcast. My name is Lana, and I'm a spiritual teacher, and a coach. All right, in today's episode, I want to talk about revision. Now the first time that I ever heard the topic of revision was from Neville Goddard. And now people that talk about it in the manifesting community, I believe that's probably where they got the concept from, I haven't heard of that concept coming from anywhere else. So revision, really the idea of river going into your imagination and revising a past story, past situation, etc, or rewriting it as you wished something would have happened, right. And then that changes the, by revising the past, it really changed it changes. The, the timeline really is, you know, is really what the concept is. So I know all of the things that I have dealt with anxiety, depression, abuse, all a lot of a lot of things. In childhood, I, I have not gone back and done that, I have not gone there. There was one thing that I went back in my imagination, and I revised, but this was something, this was a situation, when I was this was back in like 2017, I think. And it was just I wasn't, I was emotional and a certain situation. And I went back and revise that in my mind. But I have not gone back into my childhood and revised anything. I believe in MRI, I believe revision is a great technique. For me, I just haven't wanted to really go back and kind of re revisit any of those situations, and revised. Because I'm not because I'm for me personally, I'm at the point now where I don't have to I've broken a lot of karmic cycles, just by the inner work that I've done. So I'm not at a place on my journey, where I feel like I have to go back and read and revise things, if something comes if for whatever reason, a memory comes back, it comes into my mind, you know, of childhood or whatever. I write this so now I just I don't revise it, I observe it. I'm like, Okay, it's I've worked through that, for whatever reason, it's popped into my head, whatever brought it into my awareness, but it doesn't resonate with me. So then I allow it to just go and I've talked before on this, you know, on the on this podcast, about the fact that all things exist. And they never, like things just don't disappear and go away. Right? In the realm of consciousness, all things are kept within the Akashic records within the book of life. Within universal awareness, all things exist, they don't disappear. They are, they are experiences that are, they just exist, right? They may leave our awareness, but they continue to exist. Imagine like this huge, universal filing cabinet that contains every single experience every individual on earth has ever experienced. Right? Again, the book of life, the Akashic records. So, you know, for whatever reason, you know, thoughts or whatever they pop in. They don't resonate with me, so, but I don't feel like you have to revise them. Because I have already changed the trajectory, the trajectory of my life, the timeline. And, you know, we're moving through timelines all the time. Anyway. So um, It really kind of depends on our state of consciousness at any given time. But I, like if a thought comes in an old thought of abuse or, or anything like that, or dealing with emotional stuff, if if it pops up, that doesn't resonate with me, so I don't dwell on it. And I don't, it's not my natural state of consciousness anymore, so I just don't. So I don't fall back into that state of consciousness, I don't embody that. So therefore, I don't fall back into that, like I, I don't end up on a timeline, I guess, is what I'm trying to say. So I don't I don't, I have never felt the need to since my awakening, I've never felt the need to go back and revise certain terrible situations that I've encountered. There's just been one and it wasn't terrible. I was just, it was an emotional conversation I had, and I just imagined it a little bit differently. And that was it. But I will tell you what I have done. I have sat and script it before. And I have revised that way. So I don't do it consistently anymore. But therefore, a couple of months. Almost every day, not every day, but almost every day. And I've it I felt good about it. I like the state of consciousness. It put me like the state it put me in, you know, imagining and manifesting things like that. I would go. I would descript. And but for the specific, specifically, revision while scripting, so it's not. Yeah, so they're scripting where you write things like, you know, you can be like, you know, I'm so happy and grateful now that you know, I'm you know, living in the home of my dreams, I have the job of my dreams. I'm this I'm not good script out way. Okay, as if you're scripting about a future scenario in the present tense as if it's happening now, or has already happened. So revision. What I would do is I would sit down and I would think about my day and Neville talked about this to revising your day. So you get like, you know, as you get into that state before sleep at night, that sleepy drowsy state, you can think back on your day and revise your day. So anything unlovely to happen during the day, you can revise it. So what I did is I basically for a while, couple months, I don't know exactly how long almost every day, but again, probably not every day, I would say and I would script and I would revise my day, exactly how my day would have gone. If I were the person that I wanted to be, I guess you could say, right? If I was that future version of myself, if all of my you know, if like, if my desires had manifested, you know, whether it be more money or you know, you know, publishing a book, speaking, whatever. So, I would revive, you know, relationships, you know, being married or whatever, by kids being here, spending holidays with them, whatever. So I would set and I would write my day, exactly how my day how my day would have gone. If I were to awaken you know, in a relationship happily married. What would my day be like? What would my day be like if you know, I had all my children in town we were planning a holiday. What would my day be like, you know, being you know, having a million dollars in the bank and and planning a trip. Right? Um, you know, having like being having a book published, right, and, you know, doing book signings or whatever, having you know, an assistant and you know, having someone Do you not an assistant whatever like scheduling, you know, book signings or whatever or speaking events, you know, things like that the things that are like my specific desires, right, and we all have our own, right some of you some of you may be writers, some of you may be artist and want to have like, like your art displayed in a gallery or something, some of you may be married and want children, some of you may be single and want to be married, some of you may want a better job, some of you may want a million dollars in the bank. Some of you may want better health, whatever. So you sit down. And no matter how your day has gone, sit down and write your day out. As how you imagine it would go if you had your get like if if your desires have already manifested. So that's how I was, I was doing revision I don't, I don't do it every day. Now, I don't feel the need to do it every day. Again, I'm just kind of at a point now where I've cultivated and cultivated that awareness within me. And I don't feel the need to do it. Every day, it forces a big thing, like I don't force anything. Because force just begets more force. So I don't script to, and I don't write down my list of things I want to manifest anymore. Occasionally I'll write stuff down, but I don't do I don't do techniques now. For to manifest. Because I know that I don't have to do techniques. Alright, I do watch my inner conversations, and absorb, you know, observe my thoughts and stuff. And I watch, I try to watch my words every once awhile, catch myself, but watch my words. Because I know that is enough. Really, for me. At this point, there was a time where I had to do like affirmations. And I had to script and I had to write down my list, you know, things I wanted to manifest kind of prove that it was that it was possible to manifest. But I don't need to do that anymore. Many there are a lot of people who don't, you know, there's some that do those who are still kind of trying to rewrite, you know, the old story, limit, you know, old beliefs and things like that. But anyway, so revision. So that's how I went about it, every once in a while I do it. Ah, not very often, I actually can't remember the last time I did it was probably sometime last year. But what I have found, and I used to do a lot of scripting, so used to script everyday, like that future aspect of myself. Every once in a while, I'll go back. And I'll feel this kind of this desire to go back and read things that I've written. And it's so interesting, because now it's like, now those things are like memories, as though they actually did happen. And and if I think about something, then it's as if it out the like, my version of a day that, you know, I wrote about that new weather, even though it didn't actually go that way. What I wrote down is how it actually happened. It becomes a memory. So that's a new story. That's how they actually went. Yeah, and there are, I don't have all of them memorize, but there are, there are a couple of things I've noticed. Like, I'll think back on something and I'm like, oh, that's how it actually happened. Like I write rewrote our revised like Thanksgiving. What, like, two years ago? Yeah. Two Thanksgivings. ago. I revised that day when I think about it now. I don't know what actually happened. I know what I wrote. out, happened. And that is what I remember, I don't remember what actually happened that day, I remember what I wrote down. And that's a new memory. It Like It's, it's like it superseded superimposed itself. That memory superimposed itself upon the old memory. So when it comes through, I mean, you can revise however you want to revise, if you feel you need to go into your past and revise a story, if that's what makes you feel good, makes you feel comfortable, if it doesn't make you feel good. I, I would be careful with that. Because I'm embodying a state of consciousness, I'm not feeling great. And having that, that feeling that old memory and pressed upon your subconscious again is it's not, I think it's not great, it's not a great feeling. But if you're able to observe a past situation, from a non judgmental perspective, and rewrite it that's a little bit different, if you could be non judgmental about it, and rewrite it knowing that revising that situation, or from a non judgmental perspective will put you on a different timeline, right. So whatever trajectory you may have been on because of a particular incident, revise, revising it, but not embodying that old state, that state of consciousness, that feeling when you had that experience, and again, observing and being non judgmental about it, and revising it. And that puts you on a new trajectory. Yeah, so you can do it however you want. I just I just found for me, like doing the daily thing. It was fun. It was fun. It was like, it was like a like an experiment. Like, what would it be like? Like, if this is how the day actually what? And revising it. And again now like, I think that it's like some things I think about and, and I have new memories about certain things. So it's, it's kind of cool. And now when I now when I think about it, there, there are things that I've scripted about too. And those thoughts come in now. Like their past memories, even though technically there are things I've written about the future. But as they come to mind, and I can see the visuals visuals upon it's as though they have already happened. Now talks about this in one of his videos, and it's in the Bible where wherever my foot shall tread there. You shall you shall you shall go also, it's in the Bible. I don't know what verse it is. But basically, wherever you go in imagination, the mind of Christ. And you imagine something, technically, if we look at it from a linear perspective, in the future, few visualize it, you can embody that feeling. You'll experience it, right. So it's the same thing. So yeah, there are things I've scripted about, and visualized. And now when they come to mind, it's like they've already happened. And the same with three, again, the same with revision. So the things I read written down, and the times I've revised my day. Again, I don't remember all of them, but there are things now that come to mind. And it Yes, like they've been rewritten. So I have new memories. So I try it. It's fun. But again, be careful about the old stuff. If you find yourself going, trying to go back and revise things, to try not to get stuck in like old unwanted states of consciousness like it was if it was a traumatic event or whatever. You don't want to linger in that state for too long unless you're at a point where you are in Observe Ramon, and be a non judgmental about it and can and have the where with all to not kind of get sucked back into that old state because that's not a pleasant place to be. And you don't want that pattern to repeat itself. So try revision any way that you would like to, but try it, you know, for whatever amount of time feels comfortable for you. And, you know, and see how that works for you. And then you know, see if, like, as those thoughts, like, as you think back on a certain date or whatever, and you know that you know that you've revised it. Yeah, I mean, you can make notes about it if you want, like, you know, if you're, if one day you're like, oh, yeah, I remember, I revised the event of Christmas, last year, and for whatever reason, thinking about Christmas last year, just came to mind. And then you remember, while I revised that day, what actually happened? And then you, you may realize, oh, you know, what? I'm the thought that's coming to mind is actually what I wrote down that happened that day, you could do it about any particular day or event or whatever. But, I mean, if you feel inclined to try it, try it. But it's kind of fun. And you don't have to force it. Just kind of let it flow and have fun with it. So anyway, alright, so that's all I wanted to talk about today was revision again, if you want to try it, do it any way you would like, if you need more information on it, how to do it, whatever. Reach out to me, I'd be happy to, to explain more to help you out or, or whatever. Or, if you want to book a free 30 minute discovery call with me and want to discuss, we could do that as well. All right. So thank you so much. And I don't know when I'm gonna talk about next episode. Maybe I'll talk about scripting. Yeah, I might. I don't know. I'll talk about scripting. At some point. So yeah, I haven't planned off the next podcast episodes. Because again, I try to just allow things to flow. Whatever comes to me that's, you know, what I would I tried to talk about is just feels less forceful and more comfortable that way. All right. So for those of you guys who do try it, have fun, revision can be fun. If it's not fun, I would kind of like put it down and maybe not do it. Unless you actually have to do like, if you're going through it, like the dark night of the soul integrating, you know, experiences and stuff and working through stuff, but do whatever feels comfortable to you the work that that you feel you need to do. Alright, so thank you so much for joining me. I'll see you guys next time. Bye.