The beast, whether it is your dog or cat or squirrel, or no matter what beast you are affectionately addressing, is, for the most part, less specifically focused than you are. He is less of a deliberate creator. He deciphers contrast less specifically than you do. Therefore, he creates less deliberately than you do. The advantage to him, in that, is that he does not push against as much.
We've been calling this gathering The Science of Deliberate Creation, and surely it is that. But we are wanting to give it a new and emphatic subtitle. (a subtitle that you place even more importance upon than the title) We are calling this workshop The Art of Allowing.
Are you knowing that you are the creator of your experience? Is that a good thing? Have you noticed that there is a continual new desire within you? Are you beginning to understand that the desire that is focused within you is the most natural thing in all of the Universe?
Because you do not understand the Law of Attraction, you have picked up utterly illogical beliefs. And then you try to make those illogical beliefs fit into the framework of where you stand, moment by moment.
We have enjoyed this interaction immensely. It is delicious. It is intoxicating. It is fulfilling. It is satisfying. It is beyond verbal description to interact with the likes of you. It is thrilling to know what you are about. It is exhilarating to anticipate what is before you. It is satisfying to see the expertise with which you are evaluating your experience.
Questioner: I was reading something that Wayne Dyer wrote, that if you don't get past forgiving and resentment, you can forget about getting to a higher spiritual level. How do you know when resentment is resolved, or how do you know that you've forgiven?