Fullistic Living™ Helps You Live Multi-Dimensionally
by Robin L. Silverman
Author Carolyn Myss tells a wonderful story about a man
she met in Belgium. Within the space of a few hours, he
lost all his partners in life. His business associates
told him they no longer wanted to work with him, and his
wife asked for a divorce.
Rather than panic, he did something unusual,
especially for a man who didn't consider himself
particularly spiritual. He got down on his knees and
said, "All right, God, you have my attention. What?
What do You want?"
That night, he had a dream. He was riding on some
hairpin curves on a treacherous mountain. Although his
car was slipping and sliding, it made it to the other
side, where there was a light on in a very pleasant
cottage. When he entered the cottage, the table was set
for two, and there was a good meal waiting.
He interpreted the symbols according to the
circumstances in his life at that moment. Within 18
months, he was on his way to becoming one of the richest
men in the country and found his true soul mate.
Myss calls this switching from first chakra thinking
to sixth chakra thinking; going from appearances, social
rules and ego issues to God-thinking, where anything is
not only possible, but already exists to uplift and
support us. This is something that few young people can
do easily, mostly because they are not
"transparent" enough to feel some of the
higher vibrations around us. At mid-life, however, such
major shifts become possible. First, because we have
finally lived enough to know that logical approaches
don't always solve problems. Second, because at
mid-life, our bodies truly start to speak to us through
symptoms and squeaks. And finally, because we can sit
still long enough to let some of the higher energies
come to us and through us.
Mid-life is a perfect time to switch to Fullistic
Living™ , where we are present in our lives and
simultaneously aware of the invisible energies that
allow love to flow to us and through us. Fullistic
Living™ is a dimension above holistics. Fullistic
Living™ is the creative art and quantum science of
blending your inner gifts with invisible energy fields
so you can experience more freedom, joy and contentment
than you ever believed possible. With Fullistic
Living™ you unify your mind, body and spirit in the
present to make yourself powerfully magnetic to the
future you want. With it, you can remove stressful
blocks, open gates of opportunity, and connect to people
and experiences you enjoy.
Fullistic Living™ helps you to live
multi-dimensionally. It unifies your higher self with
the you who is thinking and acting out your present-day
story. Just like the man in Myss's story, you connect
what is happening to you now with what Yoda in the movie
"Star Wars" calls "The Force," which
is really nothing more than the quantum energy field
that surrounds us. The result is a new level of
awareness not only of yourself, but of the people and
life around you--including that which can't be seen or
perceived by our five senses.
The result of learning Fullistic Living™ is greater
comfort and control over your daily life, combined with
a new level of happiness and personal peace for your
future. It's the ultimate stress reducer, dissolving
confusion, frustration and doubt while delivering you to
the safety and creative power immediately available to
you. Fullistic Living™ is not just fulfilling--it's
fun! It helps you attract "coincidences" that
energize your goal-getting, complement the effectiveness
of other skill training and assure higher levels of
success with your self-development efforts.
To try one simple exercise right now, get a piece of
paper and something with which to write. (Assuming you
want to keep this article on your computer as you do
this. However, you can also finish reading the article
and do the exercise on your computer if you prefer.)
Write a paragraph about where you are and what you're
doing right now. Try to use as many specific details as
For instance, "I am sitting in my office. The
overhead light is on because it keeps getting cloudy,
but the sun just broke through and the glare was so
great that I had to partially close the blinds. Although
I'm writing, I'm thinking about all the calls I have to
make later, and wondering whether I'll be able to reach
people or get stuck with a bunch of stupid voicemail and
have to play phone tag forever. I have a half-drunk
glass of water on my desk, and figure I should finish it
already and get another one. I'm surrounded by way too
much paper, and feel suffocated by the clutter."
Go as long and as far as you can, until your hand and
spirit feel like stopping. Remember to be specific in
your descriptions. A "blinding glare" is
better than "a lot of light." "Stupid
voicemail" is better than "leaving
messages." "Suffocated by paper" is
better than "a bunch of clutter." In other
words, let your words show what you believe and how you
feel about the subject of the moment. The more
descriptive you are, the better.
When you're done, stand up. The reason for this is
that you're now going to feel what you think, and to get
the most accurate reading, you'll want your spine to be
straight (for energy flow) and your body awareness to be
high. Stretch or shake out any kinks you may be feeling,
take a deep breath, and read what you wrote out loud.
You do not need to read it to anyone else unless you
want to. In this case, "talking to yourself"
As you read, pay attention to the words you chose. In
the above example, the words "stuck,"
"stupid," and "suffocated" came
through. What kind of mental picture do those conjure
up? Do they sound like someone whose life is happy and
flowing? The pictures you create with your words will
show you what you believe to be true about your life. If
you learn how to "watch your words," you'll
quickly see where you might be sabotaging your happiness
and personal freedom. You don't need to lie and say you
like something you don't, but you will discover that the
more you release your judgments, the happier you'll
Next, pay attention to how you sound. Is your voice
flat, monotonic? Does it have a happy lilt? Do you sound
angry, or does it drop to a whisper at certain points?
Notice where it is strong, weak, or simply
"normal." Mark the words that seem to stir
changes in you, for better or worse. These will show you
where your energy is being sucked, stolen, suppressed or
encouraged. Again, make notes.
Then read your paper a second time. This time, put
your attention on your body, and how you feel. Are there
any subjects or words that cause you to feel tense? Any
that feel particularly good? Watch for every kind of
body signal, even if you think it doesn't mean anything.
This includes stiff necks, sore knees, heart
palpitations, shallow breathing or even hiccups. Again,
make note of which words or subjects trigger what.
Finally, pretend that your "higher self"
just walked into the room, and will be observing you.
Read your piece a third time, imagining that you are
watching "you" do it. Do you look, sound or
seem happy? What would you, as an outside observer, say
about what you see and hear?
Now look at all your notes. Your written story will
show you how much love and life you're getting from the
present. Because we are the story we tell about
ourselves, you can use your written piece to ask
yourself the question, "Since I believe this is
true, what does it say about me? Am I accepting or
resisting my present life? Does it feel good to me or
not? And do I want things to stay this way?" This
is when you can start to think about new goals and
Now look at your body notes. These will give you
insights about your past. As Myss often points out,
"our biology is our biography." If a
particular thought triggers a stiff neck, where might
you be stubborn or "stiff-necked" about the
subject? If your knees buckle, what is making you feel
you "don't have a leg to stand on"? Look at
your body's language as metaphors for your spiritual
challenges, not as a set of symptoms. Are you ready to
release any of the beliefs that may be holding you back?
Finally, look at the notes made by your "higher
self." This is your future speaking. For as you
vibrate today, so you will attract tomorrow. If you want
to predict your future, pay attention to how you are
thinking, speaking and acting in the present. You will
quickly be able to see what you can expect.
If you're happy and flowing, congratulations! You're
living Fullistically™. If not, you may want to learn
how to meditate in the moment or Creativision™ so you
can relax and get more from your life.
Ultimately, remember that your mind is only one tool
to help you live the life you want. For the fullest
experience of life, try letting the wisdom of your body
and higher self suggest ways you can release blocks and
allow love in all its myriad forms to enter. It's a
great-full way to live!
© Copyright 2003 Robin L. Silverman. All Rights Reserved.
Robin L. Silverman is the author of the forthcoming book,
"Fullistic Living™." She is also the author of "The Ten Gifts" and "Something
Wonderful is About to Happen."
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