Monday, September 21, 2009

"Wishing Machine" Instructions - by Devlyn Steele (

"What happens when the guy who runs the reactor gets out of bed on the wrong side or decides, for some reason, that he wants to override his instruction sheet some afternoon?"

- David R Brower

"Today is the day. Today you learn how to use the wishing machine. So far you learned that you have to put effort behind your wishes, and then you learned where the wishing machine is located. You know that a wish is a thought and that you have to put the right thought into your mind for you to can manifest it, because thoughts are things. Now we are getting ready to learn how to use the wishing machine, so get excited.

Since this is your first time using the wishing machine let's start with just one wish. Everybody participating will get one wish granted. I have taken people through the wishing machine instructions over the radio, and have granted thousands of wishes simultaneously, this week we'll grant more wishes than ever.

So let's see if you can follow instructions, and how important having your wish come true is to you. The first thing you need to do is get two pieces of paper and a pen. At the end of The Wishing Machine Series you will be holding in one hand your wish, and in the other hand the key to making your wish come true.

So with one wish, what would you wish for?

To lose weight

For a new job

More money

A relationship


What would it be?

Follow the wishing machine instructions and your wish will come true!

Write at the top of one of the blank pieces of paper, "My Wish."

Step 1: Write down your wish. Wishes, like goals perform another type of magic, if they are not written down they disappear into thin air.

Step 2: Your wish must be Specific. Ask yourself is this a specific concrete wish? For example, don't wish to be rich, happy or in love, that's not specific.

"All my life, I always wanted to be somebody. Now I see that I should have
been more specific."

- Lily Tomlin

Think of yourself aiming at a target. If you cannot see the bull's eye, then you don't know where to aim. If your wish isn't specific then rewrite it now.

Step 3: Time line rule. Because this is your first time using the wishing machine, we need to keep it simple. Your wish has to be something that can happen in 90 days. Don't wish to be 1000 years old if you're not 999 and your birthday is in the next 90 days.

So if your wish is not something that can happen in the next 90 days, once again rewrite your wish now.

Step 4: You must be able to believe in your wish. Don't wish to fly. Do you really believe you can fly?

Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors
go to war first and then seek to win. -Sun Tzu

Do you really want your wish to come true? If you do, make sure it is something that you believe can happen and in the next 90 days and that it's specific! Rewrite your wish now if you need to.

Step 5: Your wish must be positive. I think we all understand what positive is, so if needed, rewrite your wish now.

Once you replace a negative thought with a positive one, you will start
to have positive results. -Willie Nelson

Step 6: Your wish must be for yourself. The only control we have over our lives is self-control. Your wish cannot be for anyone else or involve anyone else. If needed, rewrite your wish now.

I am,
a king,
because I know how to rule myself.
-Pietro Aretino, 10 May 1537

Step 7: You must be able to conceive your wish. You have to be able to visualize it!

"If you can't see it in your mind, then you can't manifest it. The future you see is the future you get."

-Robert G Allen

Step 8: You must desire your wish. We will always follow our true desires to the end result. Make sure you really desire your wish.

When your desire is strong enough, you will appear to possess superhuman powers to achieve. -Napoleon Hill

Step 9: You must be willing to accept your wish. Often we want and when we can have it, we don't accept it. Get ready to accept your wish.

Watch out what you wish for because you just might get it.

Step 10: The Law of Effort. Nothing happens by itself. Are you willing to put effort into make your wish come true?

"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work."

- Thomas Edison

Don't let your wishes disappear to lack of effort. Put effort behind your wishes and the wishing machine will grant your wish. Are you willing to put effort in? Make a wish that you are. Rewrite your wish now if you need to.

Step 11: Your Intention must be to make your wish come true. Inside yourself you know the truth. You know if you're really willing to follow through to achieve. We really can't fool ourselves.

"Our intention creates our reality."

-Wayne Dyer

Take a moment and ask yourself if your intention is really to do what it takes to make your wish come true. If it isn't, then rewrite your wish until your intentions are in line with your wish, and then your wish will come true.

Now, if the wish you have written down has passed all these tests, then you have a wish that you can make come true. Now you need the key. Once you have the key, you can feed the wish into the wishing machine, and you can achieve your wish in 90 days. If your wish has passed the desire and intention test, then the key will unlock your wish.

Imagine what it will be like to have your wish come true. Take the blank paper and write at the top, "The Key To My Wish." People have searched the globe looking for the key. Pirates have buried it and treasure maps have been fought over. The key is the last piece to achieve your wish. Imagine the value the key has!

It can't be that simple to get the key. We were scared to make the key available because of the power it contains. Imagine everyone having the ability to make their positive wishes come true. The idea is overwhelming, but we have decided to give you the key after all. The key will be made available to you. and it's being made available to all. Get ready for the hidden chapter of the Wishing Machine Series coming out later this week.

1 comment:

Robert said...

Hey, Thanks for the quotes. You are on the right track. Robert Allen