After you accept that there is an invisible 99% that is where all the answers are, even, and especially the ones you never think to ask… then what?
If you could never get “in touch” with the 99%, then you would still be left to your own devices.
The Law of Cause and Effect could be a great way to be guided, but, unfortunately, to preserve your free will, the cause (what you do) and the effect (what you get) are separated by time. Then they are scrambled.
You help someone, without ego. Brownie point for you. Next thing you know, you are hit with a negative effect. What gives?
You do something purely from ego… next thing you know, you get a raise… or some other positive effect.
You are confused. But time and the scrambling IS confusing.
Is there a way one could ask the 99% for advice?
Yes. There ARE ways. One of them is Kinesiology, which means you ask the 99% a yes or no question, and your muscles answer for the Devine. Or you could say, the Devine uses your muscle strength or the lack of it to answer the question.
There is the traditional way to ask in which there are two people, and that is troublesome sometimes.
I will show you a one-handed way to test.
Put your dominant hand lightly on the desk in front of you, palm down. Now, quickly, without hesitation, turn it over, without lifting it more than you need to clear the table-top.
You’ll see, that depending on your flexibility, you can probably easily turn it so that now the back of your hand is facing the table, and you are not experiencing any pain. Don’t force it, it will override the answer from the 99%.
This is how your “yes” answer looks.
Anything with lesser turn is a “no” anwer.
Now, formulate your question. For example: shall I be friends with X? Should I pursue buying that house? Shall I eat peas? etc.
It must be a question with a yes or no answer.
Now put your hand on the desk, ask your question and quickly turn your hand upside down. If the answer is yes, you know how far you could turn before… If it is no, your hand will turn MUCH LESS.
If you want to make sure, ask the opposite of the same question. If you get the opposite, you are good to go. If you get the same: it is either neutral, or you can’t trust yourself: your dark side is dominating at the moment.
Here is a video by Craig Brockie… He has interesting stuff, worth watching.