What is Flowdreaming?: An introduction

Flowdreaming is a powerful, easy, and effective new way to manifest anything you want—whether that’s lots of money, relief from anxiety, the perfect romantic relationship, a new job or career, more time in your life for the things you love . . . or anything else.

  1. Being in the Flow means that your life is flowing in a general direction that is for your highest good and happiness.
  2. When you fight against the current of your Flow, it’s just like swimming upstream—you encounter obstacles and frustration in your life. Things stop going your way.
  3. By daydreaming yourself into the Flow, or “Flowdreaming,” you can guide yourself back into the natural, positive Flow of your life.
  4. Once in the Flow, you can manifest whatever you want to have—such as all the happiness and success you desire. It works!
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Conductivity and resistance

This Article is part of Flowdreaming.com’s free Online Learning Library.

If you’re looking for an explanation for why some things in your life seem so frustratingly difficult to manifest, then read on. It’s a long article, but contains valuable information. It begins with a story about something that happened to me these last few weeks.

I normally talk about the Flow using a metaphor of water. Our Flow moves like a current of ease and bounty, never ceasing, always finding the path of least resistance, like water flowing to the sea. When we’re in sync with this essence of life, we find that the world opens to us and we can manifest our desires with abandon.  When we’re at odds with this medium for manifesting, we’re going against this current and finding ourselves constantly struggling upstream facing discouragement, debt, and despair.

Well a few weeks ago I happened on a new way of looking at it: I’m going to borrow two terms from science and rework them a little:  conduction and resistance. A copper wire conducts energy beautifully, and lets it move right where it needs to go. A rubber wire, on the other hand, is a terrible conductor for electricity. It’s a point of resistance. We have both in our lives. Imagine that we’re on a racetrack made of copper, but the bumper walls are made of rubber. We can bump against the resistance as much as we want, or we can get back on the copper track. Here is what happened to me recently that made this all so clear to me.

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