Comics About Spirituality — It Works!

I’ve been reading a lot of stuff about materialization and “manifesting” and so on. And I’ve found a really nice guy, Frederick Dodson, who talks about his Reality Creation Theory and many other things related to spirituality, manifesting the reality you really want, knowing the self, the mind and so on.

I love to read his posts and am currently listening (via Audible) a book of him called Parallel Universes of Self. To be very honest, I have some difficulty understanding the book, and I do find it easier (and much more fun) reading his posts. So, I think I just need to absorb the material in small doses.

And I’ve found this comic in his website, which I found an even more fun and interesting way to teach about spirituality — I love comics! comic_fred_dodsoncomic_fred_dodson2Check it out here. And I’ve received his newsletter today, where he says he’s looking for people who can draw comics for a new project. I hope is a whole book of comics about spirituality, it’s going to be fun! 🙂 I’m also reading and practicing the exercises of another guy named Tony Robbins, who also teaches about manifestation, but with a different approach. I like both, and am happy to be learning about it. You know, I’m not that good in manifestation. There is a part of me who keeps saying “It can’t be that easy, can it?” I have this idea that manifestation techniques are lazy. After all, in the process of achieving our goals (and with all the struggles in it), we learn a lot. If we “skip” the process, we’ll be missing important stuff, in my opinion. By the other hand, many times I feel frustrated and know there must be something I’m missing here. I’m also learning that manifesting is not lazy. It takes a huge amount of study, learning, understanding. It’s like uncovering a knowledge that is already inside us, so, I’m changing my mind — slowly. Do you manifest often? How? Tell me in the comments! 🙂


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