Access Bars

Access Consciousness is a different point of view about life. It allows you to change anything you cannot change and create everything you desire in a different and easier way. The aim of Access is to create a world of consciousness and oneness, where everything exists and nothing is judged. Are you ready to expand the level of choices and possibilities that are available to you?

ost of us spend our entire lives looking for the answer. To get it right. To not be wrong. What if something else is possible? What if being the question is the answer you’ve been seeking? A question always empowers, an answer always disempowers.

 

No problem can be solved from the same level 
of consciousness that created it. – EINSTEIN 

A fundamental tool in Access is living in and as the question. It’s about exploring all possibilities. When you are open to the adventure of curiosity, everything becomes possible and anything you desire to create or change can occur with total ease.

The one key difference is that when you ask, it needs to be from the space of a true question. Not an answer with a question mark attached.  An open ended question opens the door to a different set of possibilities, an infinite set of possibilities.  

Instead of asking “What’s wrong with me?” ask “What’s right with me I’m not getting?"

  • Instead of asking “Could it get any worse?” ask “How does it get any better than this?"
  • Instead of deciding “Nothing is going to change here” ask “What else is possible that I’ve never considered?"

 

Asking a question gives you an awareness of what could be possible, of the choices you could make. Seeking a solution makes you look for the right answer. There is almost never a right answer and so you tie yourself up in thinking about what you wish could be possible, rather than asking the questions which would show you an array of possibilities that are far beyond your wildest dreams.

Could you imagine if your life & living were about the adventure of 

"UNIVERSE, SHOW ME WHAT ELSE IS POSSIBLE"? – DAIN HEER