In this episode, the Roundtable discusses Joshua's response the Question of the Week. Do you ever feel like the difference between who you are being, and who you really are is getting bigger, not smaller? It's a weird sensation. After all Gary has learned, sometimes he feels as if he is the same guy with the same issues. He catches himself looking at things from a limited perspective, all of the time and he feels he should be more conscious by now. Well, it turns out, this is simply part of the illusion that is physical reality, who knew? The more aware and awake you become, the more limiting beliefs you will encounter. However, once you understand how the system works, (for example: you'll never be done uncovering limiting beliefs) you can get easier about the whole thing. We all think that it would be nice to no longer encounter negative emotion, as if you reach some level of expansion where we'll never feel bad again, but that is us trying to control the conditions. It is not that negative emotions are bad, they are actually good. It is just that we have to start seeing them from a different perspective: negative emotions help us uncover limiting beliefs. This week we have a question from Genevee about this very topic. Let's see what Joshua has to say about it!
In this episode, Joshua answers questions asked by One on One Student Audrey. The Roundtable discusses this week's abundant 2-question Roundtable. The first question has to do with value. She watched a YouTube about creating more value in your work or in what you're offering to people. Gary often thinks about this to himself, so he was interested in Joshua's perspective. The second question has to do with avoiding things we don't like. Not fighting against them, simply removing them from our attention. Are we really doing anything constructive by sticking our heads in the sand? Joshua's answer looks at both questions from their higher perspective.
In this episode, the Roundtable is going to talk about inspiration. Inspiration is a vital component to the manifestation process. If we have a desire, and we're willing to become a vibrational match to the desire, than at some point we will probably have to take action. That makes sense that action is inspiration. We know that when we are in alignment and we receive the inspiration to act, the action will lead to some benefit. The problem come when most of the time we don't recognize the inspiration, and assume it's simply another crazy idea. Fear is what prevents us from taking action, even if we don't recognize that it is fear. Today, we will discuss Joshua's answer the Question of the Week from Alette, who has been asked to volunteer at an animal shelter.
Today's episode is all about attachments. What are you attached to? Most of us are attached to what exists within our lives right now. We are attached to the good and the bad, however there is some limitation that comes with our attachments. If you are attached to something, and if it appears that there is a possibility for loss, you might tend to dip into lower emotional states of fear. When we are attached to people or things, we invite the possibility for loss. This is an interesting discussion because we believe that there are some things that we must be attached to, and if we lose those things, we think that it will be bad. However, if the Universe is always moving you to where you want to be, then there is really nothing to fear. This week's question comes from Arnaud who would like to know how much of what he shares with his family is out of fear, and how much is inspiration? The Roundtable discusses this further on today's fun show!
We spend a lot of time on this show talking about the manifestation process and how to create the life of your dreams. As humans, we're so into doing things and getting things done in order to get what we want. Well, what if the system was designed to be so much easier than that? What if we didn't have to do anything other than feel good? Gary explains how he has been wrapped up in this entire Joshua Philosophy for 4 years, and how he is really starting to see his life transform in ways that he couldn't possibly imagine before. Do you want to know Gary's secret for success? Well then, you have to listen to this show...(but if you have been reading Joshua, or listening to the Joshua Podcasts, than it won't come as any surprise to you!). Today we will discuss a question from our good friend Tracey who is in the middle of her One on One Program. She has been given some homework to do on her previous question, and now she's realizing that her difficulty in manifesting all that she wants is rooted in fear, and Joshua lays it all out for her, and we think that you'll get something out of it too!
In this episode, the Roundtable discuss how manifesting unwanted desires can still be for us. As we embark on 2018, we all want the same things. We want to focus on more of the things that we like, and less of the stuff that we don't like. We want to appreciate what is good, while removing our intention from anything unwanted. Why do we do this, because we know how the Law of Attraction works: We get what we're focused on. We attract what we are thinking about, not necessarily what we want. The Universe doesn't know what we want, only what we are paying attention to; this is how the system works.
Happy New Year! What are you going to manifest in this new year? What are your intentions? Are you going to set your intentions as we hope that you will? This new year allows for the possibility of anything you want! Today we are going to talk more about the manifestation process, so that we can get anything that we want. In this episode, the Roundtable discusses a question sent in by a student in the One on One Program, Tracy, who wants to manifest a man. In a previous question, Joshua asked Tracy to list her fears. It is her fears that are preventing her from becoming a vibrational match to a mate. Processing fear is how you become a vibrational match to anything you desire. This is a long and interesting question, so let's get this party started!
In this episode, the group is working to break down the Old Approach vs. the New Approach. What if you're living in the Old Approach when you're thinking you're living in the New Approach? It has been said that most of our beliefs have been taught and so ingrained, which means that we are living our lives with limited beliefs. In this Question of the Week, we'll be diving into Tracy's question to Joshua: How do I work through old fears, especially ones that I don't even know I have? How do I drop fixed reactions, and how do I get really great at Allowing?
In this episode, Joshua answers a question from Alette who is wondering how she can change her pattern of looking to change the conditions outside of herself, and begin to work with her Millions towards living the life she intended to experience.
In the episode, the Roundtable discusses a question from Elyse who is wondering what boredom is, why do we get bored, and is the boredom telling us something about ourselves or our lives?
Hear Joshua's response and the Roundtable's discussion, on what is at the core of boredom!