Invite In Your Desires!

The Means to Fulfill Your Desires

desiresAA Gabriel – All things in life are a part of the Universal Consciousness. This includes the desires of your heart. You have within you all that it takes to fulfill these desires and create the life you want to have. Know that each time you feel a deep longing, the seed of fulfillment is inherent within it.

There is a deep re-awakening within you, showing you a potential for all that you desire. This re-awakening results from your connection to God and the remembrance of the Angels who are guiding you always. As you commune more and more with this energy, your life will begin to take on the magical qualities you desire.

It begins with letting go. When you know in your heart that all your needs will be abundantly met, you can release the part of you that wants acquisition. You will now be free to discover the true desires in your heart. True desires have qualities that are fulfilled when the desires have been manifested. If the desire is for money, there is a quality that your heart seeks to have fulfilled — a sense of safety, an abundant lifestyle, or perhaps, simply freedom from worry.

Becoming aware of these qualities allows you to take action to gain these first, which will then allow the material form to manifest in a form which is in your highest good. The first step after discovering the qualities you seek, is always to ask for what you want, making sure you clearly state the qualities you are seeking to have. The Angelic Dimensions stand ready to assist you in the process of gaining all you desire in your life. Clarity is key.


It is truly God’s Plan to have all beings live in a state of abundant joy and freedom from fears: people living with peace, harmony and love in the world as well as within their families.  These qualities are not too much to ask for in your prayers because they are the natural state of balance in God’s world.  Your prayers you offer in order to attain them opens your mind and heart to fulfillment in your personal life.

It is also vital to be in the company of like-minded souls who believe that miracles are not only possible, they are also willing to have them manifest in their own lives. It is clear that in some situations in the world, only a miracle of divine proportions can create a solution. With enough people believing miracles are possible, there is no doubt that creative solutions, which are beyond the mind’s ability to understand at this time, will occur.

Begin now to allow miracles to manifest in your world. Be the first one to ask for Divine Intervention, and to share your belief with others, so that all may live in a new level of conscious awareness and abundant joy.

Those desires in your heart are there to remind you that miracles happen, and God provides you the ways to have all the good you desire in your life. Know that you are blessed and profoundly loved.

Call on the Divine Presence and the Angels, then allow the desires of your heart to be fulfilled.

Remember, you would not have the desire without the means to fulfill it.

Shanta Gabriel for Archangel Gabriel © 2019


Alan Watts on Brain vs Body

Brain against Body: Confusing Needs with Desires

We have been taught to neglect, despise, and violate our bodies, and to put all faith in our brains. Indeed, the special disease of civilized man might be described as a block or schism between his brain [specifically, the cortex] and the rest of his body. This corresponds to the split between “I” and “me,” man and nature, and to the confusion of Ouroborus, the mixed-up snake, who does not know that his tail belongs with his head. Scientists Lancelot Whyte and Trigant Burrow calls this disease the “European dissociation,” not because it is peculiar to European-American civilization, but because it is specially characteristic of it.

It is simply saying in “medical” language that we have allowed brain thinking to develop and dominate our lives out of all proportion to “instinctual wisdom,” which we are allowing to slump into atrophy. As a consequence, we are at war within ourselves – the brain desiring things which the body does not want, and the body desiring things which the brain does not allow; the brain giving directions which the body will not follow, and the body giving impulses which the brain cannot understand.

When we compare human with animal desire we find many extraordinary differences. The animal tends to eat with his stomach, and the man with his brain. When the animal’s stomach is full, he stops eating, but the man is never sure when to stop. When he has eaten as much as his belly can take, he still feels empty, he still feels an urge for further gratification. This is largely due to anxiety, to the knowledge that a constant supply of food is uncertain. Therefore eat as much as you can while you can. It is due, also, to the knowledge that, in an insecure world, pleasure is uncertain. Therefore the immediate pleasure of eating must be exploited to the full, even though it does violence to the digestion.

Despite the immense hubbub and nervous strain, we are convinced that sleep [which is also a form of meditation] is a waste of valuable time and continue to chase our fantasies far into the night, whether in sleep or in forced insomnia. Animals spend much of their time dozing and idling pleasantly, but, because life is short, human beings must cram into the years the highest possible amount of egoic-intellectual consciousness, alertness, and chronic insomnia so as to be sure not to miss the last fragment of startling pleasure.

The vague, nebulous and insatiable character of brainy desire makes it particularly hard to come down to earth – to be material and real. Generally speaking, the civilized man does not know what he wants. He works for success, fame, a happy marriage, fun, to help others, or to be a “real person”. But these are not real wants because thy are not actually things. They are the by-products, the flavors and atmospheres of real things – shadows which have no existence apart from some substance. Money is the perfect symbol for all such desires, being a mere symbol of real wealth, and to make it one’s goal is the most blatant example of confusing measurements with reality.

It is therefore far from correct to say that modern civilization is materialistic, that is if a materialist is a person who loves matter. The brainy modern loves not matter but measures, not solids but surfaces. He drinks for the percentage of alcohol (“spirit”) and not for the “body” and taste of the liquid. He builds to put up an impressive “front” rather than provide a space for living. Therefore he tends to put up structures which appear from the outside to be a baronial mansions but are inwardly warrens. The individual living-units in these warrens are designed less for living as for creating an impression. The main space is devoted to a “living room” of proportions suitable to a large house, while such essential spaces for living (rather than mere “entertaining”) as the kitchen are reduced to small closets where one can hardly move–much less cook. Consequently these wretched little galleys provide fare which is chiefly gaseous–cocktails and “appetizers” rather than honest meals. Because we all want to be “ladies and gentlemen” and look as if we had servants, we do not soil our hands with growing and cooking real food. Instead we buy our products designed for “front” and appearance rather than content–immense and tasteless fruit, bread which is little more than a light froth, wine faked with chemicals, and vegetables flavored with the arid concoctions of test tubes which render them so much impressive pulp.

One might suppose that the most outright example of civilized man’s beastliness and animality is his passion for sex, but in fact there is almost nothing beastly or animal about it. Animals have sexual intercourse when they feel like it, which is usually in some sort of rhythmic pattern. Between whiles it does not interest them. But of all pleasures sex is the one which civilized man pursues with the greatest anxiety. That the craving is brainy rather than bodily is shown by the common impotence of the male when he comes to act, his brain pursuing what his genes do not want at the moment desire. This confuses him hopelessly, because he simply cannot understand not wanting the great delicacy of sex when it is available. He has been hankering after it for hours and days on end, but when the reality appears his body will not co-operate.

A particularly significant example of brain against body, or measures against matter, is urban man’s total slavery to clocks. A clock is a convenient device for arranging to meet a friend, or for helping people to do things together, although things of this kind happened long before they were invented. Clocks should not be smashed; they should simply be kept in their place. And they are very much out of their place when we try to adapt our biological rythyms of eating, sleeping, evacuation, working, and relaxing to their uniform circular rotation. Our slavery to these mechanical drill masters has gone so far and our whole culture is so involved with it that reform is a forlorn hope; without them civilization would collapse entirely. A less brainy culture would learn to synchronize its body rhythms rather than its clocks.

For the brain, including its reasoning and calculating centers, is a part and product of the body. It is as natural as the heart and stomach, and rightly used, is anything but an enemy of man. But to be used rightly it must be put in its place, for the brain is made for man, not man for his brain. In other words, the function of the brain is to serve the present and the real, not to send man chasing wildly after the phantoms of future or escaping such from the past or vice versa.

Furthermore, in our habitual state of mental tension the brain does not work properly, and this is one reason why its abstractions seem to have so great a reality. When the heart is out of order, we are clearly conscious of its beating; it becomes a distraction, pounding within the breast. It seems most probable that our preoccupation with thinking and planning, together with the sense of mental fatigue, is a sign of some disorder of the brain. The brain should, and in some cases does, calculate and reason with the unconscious ease of the other bodily organs. After all, the brain is not a muscle, and thus is not designed for effort and strain.

But when most people try to think or concentrate, they behave as if they were trying to push their brains around. They screw up their faces, knit their brows, and approach mental problems as if they were something like heaving bricks. Yet you do not have to grind and strain to digest food, and still less to see, hear, and receive other neural impressions.

By Alan Watts


L. Sharashkin on Materializing Machines

Build Your Own Materializer Build Your Own MaterializerDesign: Materializer’s front panel contains operating instructions written right on the box with a marker.

Build Your Own MaterializerRight side has a pouch for the Energizer.

Build Your Own MaterializerMaterializer’s back panel has a door (rectangle cut in the box on 3 sides) for Administrative Access inside the box.

Build Your Own MaterializerLeft side has a pouch for Success Reports.

Build Your Own MaterializerWrite your wish on a piece of paper and into the Materializer.

Build Your Own MaterializerTake the Energizer and insert it into the slit.

Build Your Own MaterializerThe Energizer protruding from the top of the Materializer is a sign that there is a new wish inside.

Build Your Own MaterializerBecause the Materializer has over 100% success rate, all wishes can be put straight into the Success Reports pouch.

Build Your Own MaterializerThe Materializer on a shelfIt has worked for me. Will it work for you?

Build Your Own Materializer

Story by: Dr. Leonid Sharashkin

Inspirational Matter
Of all the practical exercises we’ve enjoyed at the Ringing Cedars workshops, few aroused as much enthusiasm as building your very own Materializer – a simple device to manifest any wish.

Inspired by Anastasia’s beautiful visions presented in The Energy of Life, I thought: “She keeps saying that thought is the most powerful energy of all, showing that each of us is creator of our own destiny. But – while the rest of us are not quite there yet – we need some kind of tool to help us experience our limitless potential first-hand.” After all, we all know that many things we cannot see do exist, and yet we somehow feel that “seeing is believing!”

And then when I was reading The Power of Luck, it suddenly stuck me: if all this talk about our all-powerful consciousness is actually true, then manifesting any wish should be as easy as a push of a button – literally! The Materializer design was born in my mind and I fervently set about building it out of an old cardboard box.

Just Add Wishes!
Half an hour later it was ready, sporting a big green Button, an Energizer and all! The moment has come to test it. Amazingly enough, I did not have any shadow of doubt: I simply knew it will work.

“Now, what is it that I really need but do not have?” I asked myself. The answer was clear: I needed an Internet connection! My modem had burned down in a thunderstorm a month before, but my Internet provider had been out of stock ever since – and because it was their proprietary model, I could not buy it anywhere else! (Besides, my place is so remote there was no other Internet company I could switch to!) They had been telling me to wait a week, then another week, then another two weeks. And all this month I had been driving thirty miles to town to just check my e-mail – enough to drive anybody crazy!

That very day I had called the Internet provider again and the representative told me that not only was my modem model still out of stock, but that they were no longer confident they would ever have it back in stock as they were upgrading their systems and were moving away from this model altogether! He said he could put me on the waiting list for the new system install. “How long would that be?” I asked in desperation. “Two weeks, maybe, but we cannot guarantee that,” was the answer.

But now that I had a Materializer, I had no intention to wait even a day. I took a piece of paper and wrote on it: I want a reliable Internet connection NOW! This wish looked completely hopeless, and I knew that! So much for the all-powerful human thought and the Materializer! However, I was determined to go all the way through, even if it meant an inevitable failure. I folded the piece of paper with the wish, inserted it into the Materializer, energized it with the Energizer, and pushed the big green button. Done! It was nearing midnight, so I went to bed.

“It Works!”
The first thing I saw the following morning was the postman delivering a package for me. I looked at the return address and my heart leapt as if I had just jumped out of an airplane. It was from the Internet company, and I knew what was inside. It felt completely surreal. I went inside and unwrapped the package. There was a modem.

After I recovered somewhat and already had it happily pumping megabytes of incoming emails, I called the company to cancel the installation order for a new system. “May I ask why you are canceling?” asked the representative. “Well, because I got the replacement modem you sent me!” was my answer. “Did you? Strange! I’m not seeing it on your account. We’ve been out of stock for two months now, and it’s been discontinued!”

Everything else I had learned in my life paled before this feeling of discovery: Eureka! IT WORKS!

A 1000% Success Rate
I then used my Materializer to manifest all kinds of wishes with a 100% success rate – which had a profound impact on my worldview. What am I saying? It is not 100% success rate, but a 1000% success rate – or rather an infinity – because the awareness it brings with it goes well beyond a particular dream fulfillment. Just as promised in The Art of Soaring: see the “magic” work once, and you will never be the same person!

And then I saw my daughter build one! At this point I realized I was ready to share my discovery of the Materializer with others. So I took it with me to the Ringing Cedars workshops around the world. And today – after countless people confirmed to me that it works – I share its design with you. For free. No secrets held back. No need to buy anything – you can easily put it together in a few minutes with some scrap materials you have at hand. Some suggested I patent it, manufacture it, and sell it. I have no need for that. I would rather see the world a happier place, and as for anything else – we can take care of it with our Materializers, right?

The more I think about it, the more I come to the conclusion that the Materializer’s operation apparently involves the same principles that underlie the functioning of the entire Universe, as revealed in Co-creation. This is probably why it never fails.

Are you ready? Great! Here we go!

Materialize your Materializer: A Complete Do-It-Yourself Guide
Materials needed: a used cardboard box (I used an old Priority Mail box), some scraps of cardboard, some Scotch tape or paper glue, a marker, a couple sheets of thick paper, a small piece of colored paper (your favorite color) or a color pencil. Of course you can go fancy and use other materials, add more decorations, etc. but this does not seem essential for Materializer’s effectiveness. What matters is that you like it. The same goes for the size: some make it real big (like a TV box), others – just as successfully – make it small enough to fit into your pocket. Again, the important part is that you like it, that it feels like the right size to you. Mine is approx. 10″ (25 cm) wide, 9″ (22 cm) deep, and 6″ (15 cm) tall. My Energizer is 8″ (20 cm) long and just above 4″ (10 cm) wide at its widest point.

Time needed: 30 minutes. After that, it can last a lifetime and be passed on from one generation to the next. Potency will only increase with time.

Power requirements: Does not require batteries or grid electricity. Powered exclusively by your muscles (the Energizer) and your thought (all the rest). Note that Energizer does NOT refer to batteries brand – it means “the one who energizes.” It is the same as “Potentizer” and both terms can be used interchangeably.

Design: Materializer’s front panel contains operating instructions, written right on the box with a marker.The instructions read (with appropriate signs to aid comprehension): “1) Insert your wish. 2) Insert Energizer. 3) Press button. 4) Allow some time, check success reports.” The button (a circle of colored paper about 1″ or 3 cm in diameter) is attached in an appropriate spot with glue or tape.

Right side has a pouch for the Energizer. The pouch is made of two strips of thick paper (I used an old Priority Mail envelope) attached to the body with tape or glue.

Materializer’s back panel has a door (rectangle cut in the box on 3 sides) for Administrative Access inside the box. For convenience, the door has a handle (strip of cardboard attached to the door with tape or glue on both ends. For added security, the Admin panel is equipped with Login and Password fields (drawn with a marker) and an Enter button (drawn with a marker as well).

Left side has a pouch for Success Reports. The pouch is a rectangle of thick paper attached to the box on three sides with tape.

Materializer’s top has its name – MATERIALIZER – written with marker, and in the center – a slit for inserting your wishes. The slit can be adorned with a heart-shaped paper attached with tape or glue.

Bottom of the Materializer does not have any special features yet. This leaves room for further improvement.

Energizer is made our of a piece of cardboard, and is given a shape consistent with its purpose. An image of a cheerful Energizer is drawn thereon with a marker. By universal convention, Energizer is a masculine figure, while the Materializer is feminine (“Matter” literally means “Mother”).

Friendly Step-by-Step Operating Instructions
1) Write your wish on a piece of paper. You can use a pen or pencil of your choice; any kind of paper (even tissue paper) has proven quite successful.

2) Insert the wish into the Materializer through the top slit.

3) Take the Energizer and insert it into the slit. Agitate it, vigorously moving it in and out (up and down) until the Materializer is fully energized. After that, leave it immersed into the slit. Then push the big green button.

4) The Energizer protruding from the top of the Materializer is a sign that there is a new wish inside (similar to a flag on a mailbox – which actually uses the same basic principles). The Administrator (the person responsible for fulfilling your wishes – in my household it is myself regardless of whose wish it is) enters his Login and Password, presses the Enter button, then opens the access door, takes out the wish, reads it, and places it into the Success Reports pouch on the left side. The Administrator then removes the Energizer from the slit, congratulates him on the work well done, and places him to rest in his pouch – this is a sign that Materializer is ready for another wish.

Note: because the Materializer has over 100% success rate, all wishes can be put straight into the Success Reports pouch immediately after being taken out of the Materializer.

Troubleshooting: “I followed all the steps, but my wish is not yet fulfilled.” Possible causes: a) You have not energized your wish enough with your Energizer. Remember: your thought energy is what powers the whole thing. The Materializer is not a magic box that does it for you! b) You have not allowed sufficient time for it to manifest. c) What you think is your wish actually is not! The Materializer only materializes your dreams. An example: you think that you wish a latest model of a sports car. It is actually not your wish – it is that of the car manufacturer! (For more examples, see the incomparable Growing Vegetables with a Smile by Nikolay Kurdyumov.) d) You do not believe it will work. Again, the whole thing is powered by your thought – so how can it work if you think that it won’t!? I even think that the only reason why we humans are mortal is that we cannot believe sincerely and without reservation in our own immortality. But this is already another topic.

That’s it. Create! Enjoy! Soar! Prosper! And you do not even need to give me credit for inventing the Materializer: I have grounds to believe that the mysterious Ankh of Egyptian Pharaohs is actually an Energizer, so I could not agree more with how Kurdyumov put it in his Growing Vegetables with a Smile: “I have no doubt that many ingenious practices have been invented ten times over since ancient times. Yet we keep stumbling blindly along towards false goals. Why don’t we apply successful methods to our lives? Why are common everyday routines more acceptable than success? The reason is all in our minds.”

It has worked for me. Will it work for you? It depends on no one but you! But look at me: for quite some time now, my Materializer has been collecting dust on a shelf – I have no unmanifested desires left!

Dr. Leonid SharashkinDr. Leonid Sharashkin
Is the Series Editor, Co-translator, and Founder of the Ringing Cedars Press. It is through his efforts, that the Anastasia material and the Ringing Cedars Series have been published in English
Since his work on the Anastasia books, Dr. Sharashkin has been involved in a number of different projects which promote self-reliant, sustainable lifestyle choices based on the integration of human habitat with agro-ecosystems. He also travels internationally speaking on these topics and has recorded a collection of DVD’s that showcase his larger purpose.
Inspired by Anastasia’s reference to the existence of people who for eons have held fast to the ways of the ancients, Dr. Sharashkin’s latest quest has led him to seek out many of the keepers of Russia’s most secret traditions and take on the task of introducing their wisdom to the western world.
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