Ask and It Shall Be Given
By Atom Bergstrom
According to Carl Jung (1928) …
“This whole creation is essentially subjective, and the dream is the theater where the dreamer is at once scene, actor, prompter, stage manager, author, audience, and critic.”
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Make your own movie.”
Greg Whiteley advised me to get a Texas massage license.
He generously offered to give me the down payment on the total cost of $2,100.
“Thanks, but no thanks,” I politely replied. “If manifestation really works, the Universe will provide me with the entire 21 hundred, plus $400 more. I need 25 hundred — 21 hundred for the school, 300 to open a savings account at no charge, and 100 left over in case a client’s check bounces.”
Greg and his group (Aquarian Lifestyles Research) owned two houses in Austin.
I was staying at their other house, and I walked over there a few minutes after making my statement to the Universe.
Several people shared the house with me, and one of my roommates had put a crumpled-up letter on my bed.
The mailman had just delivered it, and it was from my friends in Bellingham, Washington.
I hadn’t been in touch with them for a long time.
Robert and Sheri were paying me back for a favor I did for them a few years previously, although I’d told them they didn’t owe me anything because of all the work Robert had done to loosen up the vertebrae in my back.
I picked up the phone and called Greg.
“Guess what? I’m going to Austin School of Massage. I just got a check in the mail for exactly 25 hundred dollars.”
(PS: Ordinary massage bores the crap outta me, so I dropped out a few months later, getting a $1,600 refund.)