The semi-annual 7-day advanced Access Consciousness classes are free-form events. While every Access class is different, even from those with the same name, these 7 days classes are more different than others! The uniqueness of each event is highlighted by each event having its own specific title and topic.
“You had to be there!” is as good a description as any of the life-changing nature of these events. Gary does such a great job of wiping out our limited thinking and over-analytical minds that most participants couldn’t share if they wanted to.
This year’s event starts on Saturday in Costa Rica and is booked to capacity. The next event, “Going from Crazy Stupid to Crazy Possible” starts April 19th in New Zealand. These events are by invitation only, and having attended a recent Access Levels 2 & 3, live or online, is required.
So here you go! The seven requirements to generate your life are demand; aggression; being a leader of your own life; being persistent; being willing to never be seen, known or acknowledged; being willing to be obnoxious; and being willing to be avaricious.
Not what you were expecting, eh? Do you find yourself having a reaction to some of the items on this list? What if that very reaction were keeping you from generating the very life you say you’ve been wanting?
When looking at these requirements, it pays to keep in mind that an infinite being can perceive, know, be and receive anything. Are you an infinite being? What if that very thing that you’re unwilling to be, due to your judgments of it, is keeping you from having everything you’ve been asking for?
And just because you can be something doesn’t mean you have to be it. If you’re willing to be mean, for example, that doesn’t mean you have to act mean. You do have to be willing to do so if it’s called for. If you’re not, then you will be dead meat for every mean person to take advantage of. What if there is another possibility that you can choose?
A tip that lots of people find very useful when getting clarity on what it is they have been creating in their lives is to look at what a word really means, not what you believe it means. Its dictionary or energetic meaning (available in a pre-1946 dictionary) may surprise you! And that is what the word has meant for thousands of years before the modern dictionaries that we use nowadays.
One of the greatest limitations most of us suffer from is our unwillingness to receive the judgments of others. How much do we limit ourselves due to our reluctance in receiving others’ judgments?
Let’s look at the items on this list one by one.
Demand: The demand is of yourself, not of the universe. The universe contributes and manifests, but you must first make the demand of yourself. A demand is, “Whatever it takes, this is changing!” Of course, the more brutally honest you are willing to be with yourself about your true willingness to do whatever it takes, the better this will work!
It can also be useful to remember that there are others also inhabiting the planet, and it can take the universe a little while to arrange everything and everyone to bring you what you’re asking for. You may be changing a pattern that’s 4 trillion years old. If you conclude, “It didn’t work!” you will stop everything the universe has been arranging on your behalf. Better to say, “What will it take for this to come to fruition?” and “What else is possible?”
Aggression: Aggression is definitely one of those characteristics that is necessary for success, yet heinously judged by this reality. This is particularly true for women. Humanoid women are best suited for going out to conquer the world; doesn’t it make sense that this would require a bit of aggression to accomplish? Yet while men are supposed to be aggressive in this reality, women are automatically judged to be a bitch when they are similarly aggressive.
Each judgment you receive brings you $5000 in income every year. Would being willing to be judged for being aggressive be a good place to start?
Leader of your own life: Being a leader of your own life is different than this reality’s viewpoint of what being a leader is. In this reality, a leader gives orders and has followers. This kind of leader wants followers to validate that their point of view is right.
When you are a leader of your own life, you know where you’re going. Others are welcome to accompany you if you choose, and you’re going whether anyone else chooses it or not. As a leader of your own life, you have the courage to be different.
Persistent: How often have you given up moments before you crossed the finish line of achieving what you’d been asking for? That’s how the majority of the world functions, but it’s not the way to have what you really would like.
An interesting phenomenon that affects our ability to be persistent is that very often the projects we’re working on, which are entities in their own right, take on an energy of their own just as they’re about to come to fruition. After weeks or months or years of working on the project, suddenly it can feel to us like “there’s no energy in it.” That is a conclusion, not a question! Conclusions stop your creations in their tracks.
When you feel your long-term project seems to have lost its energy, ask if it’s taken on an energy of its own and ask how you can contribute to it. You can ask how to contribute to it on a daily basis.
Being willing to never be seen known or acknowledged: The self-centeredness and lack of perception of many people on earth can hardly be underestimated. Most people live from “It’s all about me” and “What’s in it for me?” With that viewpoint, can they ever even see you, let alone acknowledge you?
If you’re looking for acknowledgement from others, how much power does that give others over your sense of accomplishment and achievement?
If you’re looking for validation, that’s a further zinger. The only thing that others can validate is your limitations. How valuable is that? Is it really worth striving for? Or would you be better off without it?
Obnoxious: Today even the dictionary tells us the word “obnoxious” means highly disagreeable. Even from that definition, the willingness to be obnoxious is critical to your success because the unwillingness to be so and receive the judgments for being so means you will judge yourself and limit yourself hugely.
Being unwilling to be obnoxious forces you to judge your every word and action to make sure it won’t be judged as obnoxious by someone out there in the world. That very judgment limits your perceiving, knowing and being everything you can be. Is that in your best interest?
The older definition of obnoxious underscores the role of judgment in limiting us. The older definition of obnoxious is “liable to censure or punishment.” Is that not what happens to everyone who steps out of this reality and its limitations, if they are stupid enough to let others see them?
Avaricious: While the current definition of this is as simply greedy, the older definition includes being “inordinately desirous of gaining and possessing wealth.”
If you are not willing to be avaricious, don’t you have to limit either the success you’re willing to have or the financial gains that should accompany it?
Gary discovered this himself when one of his clients pointed out to him that if he was satisfied with the money he was making in a year, he was creating a limitation on the growth that he desired Access to have. This awareness preceded the explosive growth Access is now having—but not by much. Apparently the truth that your point of view creates your reality applies even to Gary!
Whatever you do, don’t persist in going for the life you’d really like! You might be judged as aggressive, obnoxious, or avaricious; you might get no one to acknowledge or validate you at all; you might end up going on your own with no one else willing to follow.
But then, you might just get what you really want! What would that be like? Wouldn’t you like to find out?