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Science and the Access Bars technique

Watch the video of dr. Fannin presenting his results:

Dr. Fannin interviewed Gary Douglas and Dain Heer in order to find out more about Access Consciousness.

Dr. Fannin: "What is the value of the questions and the saying “Ask and You Shall Receive”?"

Gary Douglas: "The questions enable the universe to help us get what we truly want in life. We always thought we had to find an answer, but that is very limiting. We thought we knew what was best for us, but actually the universe knows much better than we do, and by asking questions we open up to the possibility of it showing us that. Questions open the door to greater awareness, rather than us trying to come up with answers, conclusion or justifications, which is very limiting."

"When you ask a question without wanting to get a specific answer, the universe will show you things that you never even imagined were possible. It will give you gifts that you have always known should be possible, but nobody ever showed you how to get them. To me, that is the greatest gift that Access is ALL the time. It is always amazing." 

Dr. Fannin: "Is it really that simple?"

Dr. Dain Heer: "On the one hand yes, and on the other hand no. We have been conditioned over so many years to only accept certain neuro-pathways that we create and sort of embed in our world and then perceive them as the only source of reality. What we have found is that when we judge or decide something, nothing that doesn’t match that judgment or decision can come into our world or into our awareness because we have excluded it with our judgment. Is it actually simple, but most people have so many fixed points of view that prevent them from receiving with ease whatever they choose in their lives. One of such beliefs is that they have to work hard to get something, or that there are only certain ways of creating things and having things work out. But there is a much simpler way of living and acting."

Dr. Fannin: "Do we get rid of our patterns by by surrendering and allowing?"

Gary Douglas: "When we allow something to be what it is, we don’t become the effect of any part of it, which means we have no fixed point of view about it. Allowance means perceiving without judgment, without a point of view. I wouldn’t call it surrender because that would imply giving up. None of us give up very well. It is more about being present with what is and asking: What is this? What can I do with it? Can I change it? How?"

Dr. Fannin asks about change: "When you start thinking about change, there are always two ways – you either make it happen or you hesitate – why?"

Dr. Dain Heer: "People think that changing would make them lose something. We have this idea that things should stay the same all the time. We are reluctant to change out of fear that it will be worse. Awareness helps people realize that changes are great and that they always lead to something better, even if it seems difficult and painful at the beginning. After reading the book Being You, Changing the World, you will have a totally different relationship with change and your capacity to create it."

Dr. Fannin: "What is the clearing statement? What is the purpose of using it?"

Dr. Dain Heer: "A lot of us made choices in the past that we wish we wouldn't have. Funnily enough, we don’t really remember most of them, but their energy is still with us. The clearing statement functions on the idea that you can make a different choice and your choice today can change all your past choices that are limiting you."

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