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How Does It Get Any Better Than This?

How Does It Get Any Better Than This?Ready for another skill to add to your manifesting repertoire?

Many conscious creators borrow a magical question from Access Consciousness.

It’s a powerful vibe-shifter just to engage these words, which are:

How does it get any better than this?

You don’t have to know the answer to the question.

Just asking it (out loud or to yourself) opens you to better things.

Here’s an excerpt from the Access site:

Each time you create a conclusion, decision or judgment, anything that doesn’t match your conclusion, decision or judgment will not be allowed to come into your awareness.

When we ask a question and be the question, then that energy goes into action.

When you have a situation that is not working well for you, do you define it as difficult or a disaster? What does that do energetically? It solidifies the situation as a problem and perpetuates the wrongness. What if you asked, “How does it get any better than this?®” Or you could ask, “What else is possible?®

(Okay, I didn’t realize those questions were trademarked. Hope it’s okay to share here.)

I’ve heard stories from manifestors who use this question in times of angst, when it looks like things have gone wrong. And also in times of joy, when success has already unfolded and they’re staying open to more fabulous things.

The key is to engage it without expectation or agenda. Just use the question to help shift the energy. Lightness and letting go work really well with this tool.

I suspect many readers here have personal experience with using this question, so I’ll ask you to share your stories of what’s unfolded when you ask this question.

Thanks in advance for sharing your successes!

  • December 23, 2014
  • Jen C. says:

    I’m starting to get better at LOA, and I believe that following the idea that there could be something better brings about interest and curiousity. I am filled with awe at what we are doing on this leading edge. I also use the Silva Method, which suggests that when we ask for something, we ask for it or something better…similar technique maybe.
    In general the trick that works best for me to prepave everything is to just notice how great my right now is, so I milk it all the time, and better conditions just keep showing up for me. I like this process of asking “How can it get any better?” and I will enjoy playing with this and seeing if it has an effect. Thanks so much for this info, it always helps.

  • Rosa Muziotti says:

    I know both questions work very well. I received more gifts after asking “How Does It Get Any Better Than This?” and “What else is possible?”.
    Two years ago my old fashioned CD player was not working well and I couldn’t buy a modern device. So, I asked to myself for five minutes “How Does It Get Any Better Than This?” “What else is possible?” and my CD player magically started to work well… and still does!
    People can transform their lives by asking good questions

  • Patrice says:

    Another key phrase that Access Consciousness uses is, “All of Life Comes to Me with Ease, Joy, and Glory”. I love that one. I was surprised to see the registered Trademark symbols. Silly silly human beings. Only humans think they own everything even down to words. Talk about UPSTREAM.
    The native American’s recognized this attribute in the white man. They said it was a disease which they called Wetiko. White man’s need to possess everything and cannabalise others and life to do so.
    I saw this on a great movie by Tom Shadyac called I AM. I think you can watch it free on YouTube.

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  • Patrice says:

    I am having technical difficulties with my responses. I did a test and it went through but the long one did not. I will try it again.
    Another phrase from Access Consciousness is “all of life comes to me with ease, joy, and glory.” I love that phrase.
    I have to laugh at the registered TM for their phrases. Only humans feel they can posses and own everything including mere words.
    The Native American’s noticed it in the “White Man’ right away. They considered this need to possess everything a disease and they called it Wetiko.
    I saw this is the move I AM. By Tom Shadyac. I think you can see free on YouTube. Its a great movie.

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