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 do I identify perceptual blindspots?
Will Maney: I think the best way to identify that and one of the techniques that we worked with managers is, repetitive themes, that is right you, isn t it? Is that, repetitive themes are always up for review, now it s the repetitive good themes, that we want more in our life. It s the ones that sting like the bee that we do not want, so if you simply begin to look at this as you have not been here before, at some point you get to the place where you say I know where this is headed. The amazing thing is this that when you have that moment of inside where you say, I know where this is going and I really shouldn t say and then you immediately say. Then you have got the internal dialogue, What the hell were you just thinking? So, you have got this whole pic. So, repetitive themes are just here to get your attention, they are up for review, now. One of the things that we looked at was, most people are familiar with -- they are not in this serenity prayer. The first verse of that is something like; grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change. Then it goes on, and the power to change the things that I made, that I might or that I should and then perhaps the wisdom of the knowledge to know the difference.
Well, you memorize that and it becomes real memory, but look at that first one, grant me the serenity, so thank you, show me how to be serene in this moment with these things that I can not control. What is it that I can not control? Well in the model, that reusing only is all the way I have to keep this contained is, I have no control over the packages that are being delivered right now, why? Well, when were those packages ordered? In the past, they are ordered, past tense, its going to get delivered buddy, the package is going to get delivered.
So, the goal is I mean to say, I have seen enough for that, okay. Well, we have truck load of them, sorry, do we send them off to some other countries, okay. That is sort of what we do collectively; we send them off to other countries. So, allow me to be in this moment, we think of grace as a virtue lets say, as an ancient muse. Grace says, I allow all the pass without comment, allow me to be certain enough, allow me to be serene in this moment because I can not change what is about to happen. Therefore, in this moment, let me review it, let me witness it, let me not judge it and let me be really aware of the fact that the thoughts that are hold right now, will set into the motion, the package is coming in the future.
Where as the good news, I can begin to construct the future that I really want to be in if I am in a state of angst, it s usually because I am currently in the midst of packages and I really will like to blame somebody else. So, that s to take on that one.