Do you know you can really, really change your past? Yes, you do. That’s what revision is for. Simply imagine that the events in your past that you want to change – went EXACTLY as you wanted them to go. Imagine, feel and give life to your chosen version of the event. With the revision, you can rewrite your history by giving yourself new memories.
Make yourself a cup of tea. It’s a long post, but more than worth reading!
How to use revision?
You can use revision in 3 ways:
1. Turning bad into good
Any painful, shaming, or in any way terrible experience? Reverse it.
Imagine a specific event go your way.
Or imagine what follows is going your way. Ex. If you had a bad day or a bad relationship, you don’t have to reverse every single thing about it. Just change your feeling about it.
2. Turning good into extraordinary.
Any not fully satisfying experience? Anything that you feel would be even better? You hit a small lottery win? Turn that into a big win. Did someone give you a free coffee? What about also having a free cake? Your holidays are fantastic, but actually, you dream about a luxury cruise? You bought something with a 50% discount, but what about having it 70% off instead?
3. Giving yourself new memories.
How would your life be if you started your business ten years ago? Or how would it be if you were the most popular guy in high school? What if you have started diving into Neville earlier? Or learned that additional language when you had the opportunity last year? Enrich your life with revision.
NOTICE: Important bit. Don’t use revision as a fixing tool only. Use it in all the ways.
My birthday 2020 manifesting success story
If anything assumed is real, and if all time is now, then… Then anything is possible for real.
I’m not into “manifesting tricks.” You don’t need tricks if you practice identity-based manifesting daily. But here I have one “trick” for you:
If I feel that something is impossible for me at the moment – (feeling that something is impossible implies it is impossible. Period.) – and just can’t happen at all… Then I go into the future. Assume that yes, it didn’t happen as I wanted to. And then I revise.
I used it for spending my birthday this year in Paris… 2 weeks before the event, I still had no one to go with, no extra money, any day off at work, + coronavirus was starting its show. I freaked out. So I did it like above and decided to remember that yes, my birthday in 2020 I did spend in Paris no matter what will happen in the physical world. It was already reversed to my ideal. I already remembered that it was like I wanted to. I started doing alternative birthday plans, and then… I did have my Birthday in Paris exactly as I imagined it .
Revision goes to the core of these teachings – assume that what you want has already happened.
How does revision work?
The revision will change your feelings and impressions about your past. It will also change the consequences and effects of past events. But IT WILL NOT replace the realities and take back all your memories in an instant.
I like the painkiller metaphor. You take the pill and let it work. With revision is the same. Let it work.
Don’t make revision a weapon in the battle against your memories and past. No, after revisioning the break-up, you won’t magically wake up in bed with your beloved as nothing happened. It won’t be like in the movies. Life is not a movie – and it’s good news!
Surrender to what you have chosen, feel that as true and see what happens.
When revision “doesn’t work”…
Revision is my absolute favorite. It’s a miracle tool. Unless it’s used as a weapon against memories, then it doesn’t work. Or actually, it’s not the tool not working. It’s something else. And I want to explore it here.
In two days it will be a special day for me. My daughter’s third birthday. Kind of. Two years ago, on 19th May, I lost my pregnancy. And it has devastated my life in all possible and impossible ways.
I revised it a billion times, and it wasn’t working for me… Some of you say that revision isn’t working for you either… And there’s one answer for why it is so.
Why the revision doesn’t work?
The basis of the law of assumption is that our assumptions manifest our life. When I look back at mine, I see how true it is. I was ALWAYS getting what I believed to be true and what I was feeling as real.
My miscarriage story
Now I know it’s never the case. But there was a time I felt that I am not allowed to be happy. I had everything I was dreaming of, but I was waiting for permission from the outside to start celebrating it. My happiness didn’t felt like true mine to me. I felt that I was not allowed to have all of that I had – ( And it’s not a surprise that I lost that all.)
I refused to give myself the right to be happy.
And then I refused to let myself suffer.
The father of my baby already had two kids with another woman, and we were together just a few months, and blablabla it wasn’t time to get pregnant with him.
So when I started suspecting that I’m pregnant, I didn’t want to admit that even for myself.
Yes, I wanted that baby… BUT… it wasn’t the time, it was selfish, my boyfriend’s mother hated me, what about the other kids?, will my mom tell me that I am stupid? And so on. I had all of that in my head.
So I haven’t told anyone except my boyfriend, who somehow reacted in a similar way to mine. I told him that I might be pregnant. He answered that that would be great—end of the story.
So a few weeks later, after losing my pregnancy, I said that I finally got my period and decided to ignore all of that. Long live repression.
I needed several months to stop ignoring and admit what has happened. I have lost my baby.
Consequences got me in all areas of life and a hard hit in my health as I didn’t see any doctor just after…
When I learned about conscious manifesting and revision, miscarriage was one of the main things I wanted to revise.
„ Revision, then, literally changes the past.” And that’s what I wanted – to literally change this event and wake up in an altered reality where everything is different, where I did everything differently, where everything has happened differently, where my baby is alive.
I wished I did everything differently, as guilt was literally killing me from the inside.
But no matter how many times I was revising… nothing was changing.
And it’s only one answer for WHY here. I wasn’t surrendering to my choice. I was only trying to command things, and it’s this one impossible thing. I wanted to change circumstances, so I could feel better.
Notice my pattern. Before miscarriage, I was doing it about everybody and everything except me. I wasn’t allowed to be happy until… And after, while struggling with revision, I wasn’t making it about myself either. I wasn’t allowed to be happy until…
The whole world is me pushed out – it means it reflects my inside, it elongates me. And I wasn’t ready to give up my sorrow, my regret, my pain. How could I even?
At some point, I had to. I had to imagine myself as a happy, proud mom who loves her kids, and they love it. And I needed to surrender to it no matter what. (No matter that, it still was the opposite on the outside).
To do that, yes, I needed to give up my pain. No science fiction movie trick occurred. I didn’t move back in time. Facts became the same. Two years ago, I lost my baby. But now, my heart is filled with love. And this year, for the first time ever, I am able to honor my daughter – because I believe it was a girl.- And I know I will have other kids in the future, and I will be a loving mom to them.