Monday, November 07, 2005

The Landing Pad

Okay, so I'm still hanging tough with the Million Dollar Experiment. I've got to augment this writing gig somehow, right? Anyway, yesterday I read the intent (see below) and did a little meditation. I relaxed and closed my eyes, and I thought about clearing the way for all that good fine cash to come my way. Then I saw a clutter of boxes all around me, stacked higher than my head. I suspected this must have represented the obstacles in my subconscious keeping me apart from my money.

So, I started moving the boxes one by one and chucking them in an imaginary dumptster. That was pretty slow going, since this clutter had the look of the warehouse scene at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Being such a patient sort (not!), I decided that there had to be a better way. And indeed there was - I created a bulldozer, hopped on it and started bulldozing those boxes over the edge of my million dollar landing pad. It was still an enormous task to clear all that damn clutter, and I wished I had some help. Suddenly, there were at least eight other dozers running right along with me, and I suspect they were some of my fellow Million Dollar Experiment buddies.

As the clutter cleared, and the surface beneath us was revealed, I could see that it was painted with a big red bullseye. Hah! Now that's a cosmic sense of humor for you. I couldn't have dreamed it better myself. Once the joint was clear, and I'd thanked my dozer pals, I set up a comfy chair, a reading light on a side table with a nice chilled martini, and I grabbed a delicious book and hunkered down in the chair to wait for my million dollars.

I didn't expect anything to happen really, I was just happy to have the clutter gone and to have a nice peaceful sit down, but at that moment, money began to fall like Autumn leaves. I just sat back, relaxed and let it fall all around me - layers and layers of crips green bills. What a satisfying feeling!

I'm not sure what it all means, but I'll keep you posted WHEN the cash makes it's leap to my pocket in this dimension.

Fran

The Sixty Second Million Dollar Experiment Intent:
In an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way, in its own perfect time, for the highest good of all, I intend $1,000,000 to come into my life and into the lives of everyone who holds this intention.

6 comments:

Chris Perridas said...

I've thought about this over the years. Some time back, it dawned on me. I will get $1,000,000.00.

If the average income is only $20,000, and a person can work about 50 years, that is actually $1 Mil. Sometimes, we get lucky and we may easily earn more than that, or get to the goal faster.

Then, I lower my head and feel a pang. Many people barely make $1 a day. Many more will not live past 20.

Shall I feel bad that I make more than 6 billion people on Earth? Shall I feel angry that I will never achieve the billionaire status? Maybe I will just wlak out, enjoy the sun for a moment, and say to life, "Thank you, for letting me be me."

:)

Fran Friel said...

Yup, we're lucky souls to be in such a realm of posibility!

Fran

Chris Jackson said...

In an easy and relaxed manner I bulldoze the obstacles that no longer serve the wondrous unfolding of my life and at once a fresh clarity of direction is with me.

It is great to be me and it is great to feel the freedom of creativity. A hundred bucks is easy, no fear there, so why not make a million just for the fun of it?

I'm with you all the way Fran.

Fran Friel said...

Hey Chris,

I love that! "I bulldoze the obstacles that no longer serve the wondrous unfolding of my life..." You are the master. Thanks so much for stopping by, and thanks for your abundant and most delicious wisdom.

Fran

Nenad Ristic said...

Interesting visualisation...

I find the part where you saw the money fall 'like leaves' interesting, since fr a while I have been visualising money falling from a tree like leaves.

Gotta love synchornicity

Fran Friel said...

When those little synchronicities start popping up, I know the process is working. Thanks for the reminder, and thanks for stopping by. Come back soon.

Fran

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