About psychological blocks that limit you
The expression “I have a block against money” or “I have a block against love” is often used. And many methodologies for breaking blocks have been uploaded on the Internet. I have recently realized something about blocks as my own personal experience, and I would like to explain it to you.
- Making Uchu Art
I wrote about how to make Uchu art in another article, “What is Uchu Art?” I wrote that I use a pendulum to detect how I should draw while channeling the energy. This is the method I have been practicing. The late Ms. N, who was my mentor, drew by the method of automatic writing, in which he handed over her own body to energy and the hand holding the brush automatically moved to draw the picture. Because the energy itself was drawing, there were no errors or shortcomings, and the drawing was completed when the brush stopped.
When she asked a question to the higher energy, she received a verbal response. She would throw up the Uchu art she wanted to draw, and when the higher energy gave the OK, she would just draw it automatically and be done.
Since I do not have such ability, Ms. N told me to work with pendulums and ask questions one by one, which is what I have been doing.
- It should be possible without using the pendulum.
About six months after Ms. N passed away, a friend of mine introduced me to a healer who had a great deal of experience in the spiritual world. When I showed her some pieces of Uchu art I had been working on and explained how to make it, she said, “You don’t need to use pendulums. You can do so much more, but you are limiting yourself.”
Even though she said that, I thought, “I can’t work without detecting with pendulums,” and I listened to her.
I also thought that one of the advantages of using pendulums was that by asking multiple times, I could increase the accuracy of the answers I would get, which would also increase the accuracy of my Uchu art production. We wanted to create Uchu art that would have a definite efficacy, not just some vague benefit. I had forgotten what the healer had told me, thinking that it would be better to make it as verifiable as possible, as if I were manufacturing a precise industrial product.
- Pendulum is a block.
After Ms. N passed away, I looked for a new teacher. About a year and a half ago, I started going to Mr. T, who advocates healing through cosmic energy. Then, about two weeks ago, I had an opportunity to meet with an old student of Mr. T’s individually. When I showed her osme of my Uchu arts and explained how I draw them, she said, “You don’t need a pendulum to draw Uchu art.” Then, when I told her about the time when Ms. N taught me, she said, “No, you don’t need to use a pendulum. It is an assumption that you need pendulum, and you are just creating a block for yourself. To use Pendulum, you also have to get Pendulum in the right mood (so it’s just more work)” She pointed out. I finally understood what the former healer meant by “using pendulum to limit myself. It is true that working without asking the pendulum confirms the question or anxiety, “Is what I am imagining right now correct? But you can only break through this block by working with the thought, “I can do it. After receiving the same point of view twice, I finally understood that I was creating an unnecessary block and putting a limit on myself.
- Remove the block
Since that time, I stopped the method of drawing Uchu art while researching with pendulum and changed it to the method of drawing while waiting for an image to arise in my mind and thinking that this is the right way to draw. I am determined not to go back, even though I think I may be painting a completely misguided picture. I realized that continuing to use pendulum was equivalent to telling myself that my intuition and images were unreliable and needed to be backed up, and that I would not step up unless I graduated from that point.
This is not a blanket rejection of pendulum. I think it is effective to use pendulum as a supplement to draw Uchu art without any experience, because it is like grasping the sky.
However, if you don’t graduate from this position someday, you will end up limiting yourself in the opposite direction.
This should be the same with the block against money. The thought that “I can’t do anything without money” or “I am worthless without money” is creating a block to money, isn’t it?
If this is the case, then if you enjoy recognizing your value regardless of money, you will naturally get rid of this block.