Is Access Consciousness™ Really Weird?

by Access Administrator on July 4, 2012

“It’s weird, it’s wild, it’s wacky and it works!” has been Access Consciousness™ Founder Gary Douglas’s suggestion when new facilitators and practitioners ask him how to tell others about Access Consciousness™.

But is Access Consciousness™ really so weird these days?

Consider this:

  • The popular TV series “Medium” about an “ordinary housewife” who was psychic including talking to “dead” people ran for 7 seasons, ending just last year.
  • Matilda,” a new musical about a young girl with truly magical powers such as teleportation, is playing to sell-out crowds on London’s West End.
  • John Edward, another medium, has many best-selling books and has had TV shows on major networks and his appearances are promoted in Las Vegas through the same outlets as more “normal” celebrities.
  • The “X-men” movies portrayed children with weird abilities as talented and gifted, not disabled.
  • And then there’s the success of the Harry Potter books and movies, making their author the second richest woman in England after the Queen.

A recent survey by the Pew Trust found that 29% of Americans believe they have had contact with the dead, 18 % have had ghostly encounters, 26% believe there is spiritual energy in trees and nature, 24% believe in re-incarnation, and 49% believe they have had a mystical or religious experience.  The latter is twice as many as answered yes when the same question was asked 50 years ago.

What if the tools and awarenesses of Access Consciousness™ were more mainstream than anyone supposed?  If the tools of Access Consciousness™ could enable you to access these expanded abilities and anticipate more, would you be interested in finding out about them?

“Everything I ever believed was true has turned out to be a lie or an implant,” Douglas recalls, after 25 years of developing the tools he presents in his seminars world-wide and his books, including the best-selling The Place,  a dramatization disguised as a novel of what would be possible if we lived based on consciousness.

If what Douglas and Access Consciousness™ have been exploring for 25 years is now becoming mainstream, would you like to know how he did it?  How about how you could do it too?  Or what else might be possible if you were able to really live on the creative edge?

What Douglas has known and been sharing with his workshop participants is not a completed body of work but rather, what he’s learned so far by using his own tools.  You too can learn these tools and learn even more about what lies ahead, what else might be possible, and how you can use it to your advantage.

What are the tools Douglas presents?  Their simplicity belies their effectiveness and the profound changes and awarenesses they can create.

1.    Live as the question.

Living as the question is the key to everything Douglas has discovered.  “I was the slowest person ever to come to Access,” Gary tells participants in a DVD played in the first Access Consciousness™ class.  “I couldn’t tell the difference between energy and body heat.”

This inability to sense the energy, a talent at which he is now brilliant, was actually a gift because it forced him to ask questions.

All questions are not created equal.  “A question is more than a statement with a question mark attached,” he observes.  If there’s a judgment, decision, or conclusion underlying your question, that fixed point of view will keep your question from really being a question.

For example, “Why am I so f****d up?” is not a question, Douglas reminds us.  It has a bit of a judgment underneath it.  Similarly, “What would it take for a BMW to show up in my driveway?” is also not a question because it has judgments about what car you are willing to receive underlying it.

Really living AS the question means never coming to conclusion about what anything is.  Almost anything that ends in a period is a conclusion, decision or judgment.  Conclusions, judgments, and decisions have one function in your life: to create limitation and keep you from creating what would otherwise be possible for you.

When someone tells one of the most successful facilitators in Access Consciousness™ that they’re coming to her class, she applies this tool and immediately goes into question.  “I wonder if they will come?” she asks, rather than going into conclusion.

To stay in the question, you could try repeating some of these questions over and over on a daily basis:
o    How does it get even better than this?
o    What else is possible here?
o    How did I create this?
o    What are the infinite possibilities?

Douglas has a set of four questions that can handle almost any situation:
o    What is this energy?
o    What do I do with it?
o    Can I change it?
o    If so, how can I change it?

As you might expect, when you live in the question some interesting information can be revealed to you.  How do you know what to believe?

Douglas has another tool for that!

2.    If it’s heavy it’s a lie, if it’s true it’s light.

When Douglas receives information from his living in the question, he can easily tell if it’s true or not, using this tool.

It’s a law of the universe that whatever feels light is true in this 10 seconds, while anything that feels heavy is a lie.  Tuning in to the sense of lightness or heaviness he experiences when asking a question or receiving information after he asks a question allows him to instantly know if the information he’s receiving is correct or not.

It also allows for a phenomenal ability to deal with change with ease and speed, another useful tool of consciousness for dealing with the rapidity and intensity of change occurring on the planet at the moment.

There is no such thing as Truth with a capital “T,” says Douglas.  Fixing something as true indefinitely requires fixing your point of view and judgment, both of which limit the very awareness you are seeking.

3.    Everything is just an interesting point of view.

Using the tools above, Douglas has received some pretty “far out” information. He predicted the real estate crash of 2008, for example, and recommended for years prior to it that his clients who owned houses might consider selling them before the crash.  He and his clients often know about natural disasters before they occur.

Looking at every bit of information he receives that passes the “light” test without judgment allows him to receive this information, much of which seems as unbelievable when he receives it as the real estate crash did prior to 2008.

Through experience, he found that any time he took any kind of a position on anything he received, it locked up his life in undesirable ways.  “If you want to have any freedom, it is imperative that you be interesting point of view,” he tells his clients.

“No point of view means anything.  No point of view is good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative.  None of it is anything other than interesting point of view.”

His clients who considered his real estate recommendations in 2006 as too awful to contemplate lost much of the value of their real estate, if not the property itself.  Those who were willing to consider these and his other points of view as just interesting points of view and live by the if-it’s-light-it’s-right, if-it’s-heavy-it’s-a-lie tool were often fortunate enough to sell with results more favorable to themselves.

If you’d like to move to a more pro-active position in your life, riding ahead of the curve instead of cleaning up after it, you could try using these tools in your own life.  These and many, many more are presented in the Access Consciousness™ Core Classes, offered by some 200 facilitators in 25+ countries worldwide.  You can find information about these classes as well as books and recorded products by Douglas, Heer, and other facilitators of consciousness at www.accessconsciousness.com.

And there’s one more thing about that “weird” word.  If anyone calls you weird, you can smile and say, “Thank you very much!”  The energetic meaning of weird is “of spirit, fate or destiny.”  So even your teenager is complementing you when he/she calls you that!

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