Will ManeyWill Maney, founder of The Ansible Group, has a background in Self Concept Theories and their role in the art of conscious-manifestation. A coach in the intuitive arts for over 20 years he offers insights into the development and implementation of intuitive strategies focusing on how to recognize and achieve what it is one truly wants. By eliminating faulty thinking based upon erroneous core beliefs, one produces a more authentic Self-Expression, with all aspects of human life benefiting from this process. At age 15 Will was electrocuted by a high-tension wire while climbing a tree which resulted in the loss of his left arm as well producing or enhancing some other phenomenological effects. It seemed to boost Will's intuitive abilities, among them the ability to read the emotional profiles of the people around him. This is useful for people seeking to reconcile the apparent conflicts between their external, conscious agendas and their true inner feeling nature. Will began working with private clients in 1988 after leaving his job as production manager for a semi-custom yacht builder in New England. He saw a need to integrate more of the whole individual into the workplace and established the practice of Intuitive Mediation where individuals are invited to produce more of their own creative capabilities. He realized that all individuals are carrying a gift that, if allowed permission, could ultimately be the solution to every scenario the workplace encountered. All that was required was a different perspective that came with management expecting to find the gift! An intuitive by nature, Will has made his way through life by helping others remember. To date he has conducted over 6,000 private sessions with individuals and he now sees his goal as simply giving people permission to remember who and what they truly are, and to assist with the integration of their inner-most gift, the truth of one’s Original Being, into their chosen life path. Coaching and guiding other individuals toward that inner place of knowing keeps Will actively participating in his own ‘original relationship’ and strengthens the link between the inner realm of knowing and outer world of manifested consequences. Clearing the clutter of false beliefs produces a more authentic Self-Expression, and all aspects of human life benefit from this process. Whether engaging one individually or addressing a management team or an entire company, the message is the same: we are responsible for our beliefs and thoughts that produce the circumstances of our lives. By changing the mind we use to engage the world, we can change our world of experience. Since all circumstances are ordered-up, a prudent approach is one where we accept responsibility for things appearing as they are now, while changing that which we invite to arrive in our future. One way to accomplish this is to consciously invite the already pre-existing network of support and choose to align with the memory of our Original Being so we can create that which we truly want now. To live a life without inviting one’s inner guidance is not only foolish but most often produces consequences that then need to be released through rather complicated measures. Saving time is the goal, and Will has developed certain techniques to guide the individual back to that place in mind where true choice exists.
Host: How can I change my beliefs?
Will Maney: Changing beliefs is a very, very complicated thing or so it appears. Most of us don t go deeply enough into the process of how beliefs are structured. So, here is something -- first we will have to begin with, what are my core beliefs? Sometimes I think about planning a little game with, well let see what Johnny believes, let see what you believe. We think it is some kind of magical, mythical experience but all we do is we would then report back to you, what the events and the circumstances are in your life, those are your beliefs.
So, is there a struggle, I know all about struggle, part of the thing with losing one arm was learning how to be patient and learning how to cope with struggle, that was a bad thought, how about this one, a rusty nail in the eye, Oh, bad thought. So what happens now is, is that mind continuously thinks thoughts, no big deal. Those thoughts form clusters and they get filtered to through core beliefs.
Now, our core beliefs in a certain point in the journey, they become fixed or so what seems and I suspect that fair amount of our world is structured around that the whole idea of Madison Avenue and advertisement, they try to trigger those core beliefs. So, changing those beliefs has to do with witnessing them, observing them and this something you have to memorize, you have got to be willing to witness and observe without judgment and then the process that you go through is a journal, a notebook and you just jot down some of the circumstances later on you begin to try to figure out, what was I thinking and that is the fun thing, honey what were you thinking? Or the persons says, I do not know what I was thinking. We ll say, well actually we do, because there is a tickle in your hand and you really need to give you self permission this is so essential. You have got to give yourself permission for it may be not already having got that right. That is complicated to say that way, well let s try it again. You got to be willing to give you self permission to be okay with the fact that may be you do not have it alright yet, because what happens is we become defensive.
The moment I become defensive, there is no more communication and remember the entire process that we are talking about is activating and then cultivating, that inner voice of guidance or that intuition.