Access Consciousness™ is often described as a set of tools and processes that can change anything in your life that isn’t working. In the previous article, some ways that the Access Consciousness™ “Ten Commandments” can be used to change your money situation were discussed.
This article is the eighth and last in a series that will explain more fully how every single one of them can apply to your financial life. This article focuses on the tenth commandment, No Exclusion.
In case you’ve forgotten, here’s the full list of all Ten Commandments.
1. Would an infinite being really choose this?
2. Everything is just an interesting point of view.
3. Live in 10-second increments.
4. Live as the question, not as the answer.
5. No form, no structure, no significance.
6. No judgment, no discrimination, no discernment
7. No drugs of any kind
8. No competition.
9. Do not listen to, tell, or buy the story
10. No exclusion
What does exclusion have to do with your money flows? The word itself comes from a Latin word “to shut out.” Can you shut anything out without judgment? Is it even possible to shut out anything without shutting out money along with it?
How does that work? Suppose you really just do not like people with green curly hair and pink freckles. You are not interested in having them in your life, no matter what they have to offer. The difficulty is that as soon as you shut these green haired pink freckled folks out of your life, you also shut out any money you could have received from them, or anyone with a similar vibration (even if that person with the similar vibration is a dynamite blue eyed blonde!).
When you consider that creation and generation are far less linear than we can ever imagine, the consequences of excluding anyone or anything can be seen as far greater. If you constantly live in the question, asking “Is this light?” or “Does this expand my agenda?” for every choice, what you should be inviting into your life can become more clear.
(Your agenda is what you came to earth to do; we all have them, whether we know what they are or not. Oddly, even if you don’t know what yours is, you can still use it as a basis for choice simply by asking if what you’re considering will expand your agenda.)
It’s actually quite silly of us to exclude anyone or anything, because as Access Consciousness™ Founder and best-selling author Gary Douglas says, “There isn’t anything we haven’t been or done at one time or another.” Furthermore, we can’t judge anything without having been it or done it. So we might as well get over ourselves and be willing to receive money from anyone or anything!
Exclusion working against our money flows isn’t limited to our excluding people. What sources of money have you excluded from coming to you because you’ve decided it’s not possible?
Some people think that money can only come to them from their job, which is limited by the number of hours they can work per week and the amount they can make per hour. Sometimes they may also consider that winning the lottery is a possibility. How many other sources of income have they excluded with this point of view?
Sometimes we exclude money coming to us by refusing to see it for the financial gift it is. Many people who have done Access Consciousness™ classes have had cars given to them—because they asked and because they were not willing to exclude this improbable windfall as a possibility.
In challenging economic times like these, it’s often tempting to exclude expenses—and opportunities along with them. This exclusion, which often feels temptingly safe—actually causes contraction in your life and your money flows. “Don’t save money,” says Douglas. “An infinite being would save money based on what?” He recommends increasing your income instead.
A great way to do that and step out of the contraction created by the perceived need to save money is to ask this question:
“What can I add to my life today that will make me money right away?”
Another way that exclusion can work against increasing your money flows is in this reality’s point of view that you should “finish one thing before you start another” and “focus only one thing at a time.” The truth is that humanoids are incurable multi-taskers. We’re terrible at excluding any of the millions of things we can be aware of at once. We require 5-10 projects going all at one time, and to have less than that risks boredom and failure. When we’re bored, we become what Douglas calls OCCC—Obsessive Compulsive Creators of Crap.
Douglas has commented that anyone with that much creativity, who doesn’t have more money than they can spend, must be pushing it away with both hands. Is that not yet another form of exclusion?
What if you gave up exclusion, period? How much more would be available for you to receive, in all kinds of currency flows? What would it take for you to take that step?
As you may have noticed while reading this series, the applications for these 10 simple commandments are fairly infinite. You can hear Douglas and Heer speaking for 90 minutes about each one by purchasing the 10 Commandments telecall series (already recorded). It’s available at the www.accessconsciousness.com store.