Jul/Aug 2012, Pg 5
IT Is Whole and Complete
From An Introduction to Self-Revealization Acceptance
by Stephen F. Kaufman
Complete joy and freedom cannot be experienced if any form of lack, loss, and limitation exists in consciousness. Constant repetition of self-revealization acceptance is needed to eliminate these obstacles in wholeness and completeness. This cannot be stressed enough, and because we are finite beings, these obstacles will always be in evidence in some form or other. When we leave our bodily shells, we will be rid of them, but not until then. However, let that time come when it does and do not be concerned with it. By alleviating restrictions to the best of our abilities and consistently replacing them with the conscious acceptances of lavishness, lotsness, and limitlessness, all negative conditions can be diminished but not totally eradicated while we are in finite form.
Lack is based on limitation and limitation is based on loss; turn it however you will. When you lack something, it is because the experienced limitation is due to the loss of correct perception relative to the specific desire. Counter-productive attitudes are expressions of incorrect thinking, but they can be greatly diminished of their authority by accepting new expressions of abundance and prosperity. You must insist on your divine right to live in joy and freedom in an abundance of good. Everything is possible. Self-revealization acceptance leads towards a higher consciousness and can be a remedy for all ills. It is a whole and complete method of accomplishment and attainment.
There is no such thing as only missing a part of something or only enjoying a part of something. We do not live in a dialectic universe with half measures: half of something and a quarter of something else. Either you have something or you do not. The truth is, if you do not have complete control of a situation, you have no control. This becomes apparent because of the attitude that many people have about almost being there based on the need to relinquish some sort of control in order to gain an advantage at a later time. Accepting your desire wholly and completely indicates the ability to receive your good in perfection and to apply it to your level of understanding by your divine right to live in joy and freedom. Once done, the responsibility of accepting accomplishment is an aspect of perfection in fullness.
IT is whole and complete, whatever you define IT as. Self-revealization acceptance reinforces that definition into your sub-conscious and the thing itself becomes reality in tangible form. Believe this with total conviction and without hesitation on an intuitive level, but keep in mind that there will always be something that prevents you from accomplishing your perfect ideal. If you had no imperfections, you would be the totality of God and there would be no need for you to exist on the physical plane. There is also a necessity to overcome the conflict of wills, the seeming difficulty of your desired new “will of freedom” to supersede the ineffectiveness of the old ”will of restriction.” The ability to develop quickness in the facility of changing direction of wills takes time and depends on your visions and focus towards becoming a complete vessel of acceptance. As you focus on this, you will come to understand that by detaching yourself from off-center thinking, your desires will flow with more ease and you will appreciate them even more when they manifest.
Replacing lack, loss, and limitation with lavishness, lotsness, and limitlessness must become a significant new attitude in your life and it is essential for personal development and must be done with wholeness and completeness. Lavishness is the enjoyment of all the aspects of your desired good in abundance. Lotsness is abundance and prosperity in everything you do and desire. Limitlessness means that you accept all the good there is with no restriction, resentment, or resistance. Overriding patterns of past thinking towards anything includes the dissipation of any denial of your own good, the forms you are conscious of, and the forms you are not conscious of. Negating what lies buried deep in your mind is done through an idealization of the words you use to personalize yourself.
Define something new that you wish experience by accepting it as already done with all lavishness, lotsness, and limitlessness accepted in consciousness. Endeavor to constantly increase your desire to accept more of it. For example, though you may be a master in a given discipline, it does not automatically mean you are a master of all the things you think about. Acknowledging wholeness and completeness in one discipline, and by accepting it through the Spirit of the Thing Itself, permits you to translate technical requirements of the new discipline into a firm and tangible demonstration through an understanding of your desire. Self-revealization acceptance accomplishes this for you with astounding ease and grace.
If anything is anything, then everything is everything. The old 3L’s: lack, loss, and limitation work with each other as one thing and should be overcome as such in wholeness and completeness. The same goes for the acceptance of the new 3L’s: lavishness, lotsness, and limitlessness. IT is one thing, whole and complete.
Stephen F. Kaufman is the founder and author of Self-Revealization Acceptance the first, foremost, and original reality facilitation concept ever presented to the modern world in 1993 and is the internationally acclaimed author of over thirty-seven books including the world’s best-selling interpretations of Musashi’s Book of Five Rings and Sun Tzu’s Art of War. His books having sold over 1,000,000 copies and translated into many languages are considered essential reading for progressive living and personal growth. Mr. Kaufman empowers audiences and students to turn every challenge into an opportunity by demonstrating definitive working techniques guaranteed to bring about advantageous results “for the benefit of all concerned.” He lives in New York City and spends his time traveling, teaching, and writing. He can be contacted via his website, www.hanshi.com and also his blog, hanshibooks.wordpress.com