Manifestation and ORMUS

by Barry Carter



Someone asked:


“Which is the best ORMUS product for manifestation?”


Before I can respond to this question we must decide on a definition of terms. The word "manifestation" has different meanings to different people. Some people interpret it to mean that you think of something and it manifests instantly out of thin air in front of you. Some think that you must use great effort to do this. Some think that each of us creates our own reality all the time. Some think that God or someone else creates things for us.


My favorite theory of manifestation involves three steps. Step one is that someone decides on something that they want. This usually happens after they experience something that they don't want. So, step one is:


1. Ask for what you want.


Then what you want is instantly delivered to your door by something or someone that there are many names for. Some say Angels. Some say Source. Some say God. Some say All That Is. Thus step two is:


2. What you want is delivered right outside your door.


The second step is not your job.


Finally you must let it in. This requires opening the door to your heart or to the feelings that match up with what you want. Let's say the third step is:


3. You must let it in.


According to this theory, the first two steps happen pretty much automatically. The third step is where most people have problems. It almost requires forgetting what you want because remembering what you want keeps the vibration of not-having-it foremost.


It is like having a TV set that can only be operated by a remote control. When you are watching a channel that you don't like, you decide that you would rather watch another channel that you like more. The problem is that your remote control works by sending out a vibration to the TV set.


Imagine that this vibration is how you feel right now. If you feel yucky, this pushes the yucky channel button on the remote and tunes in the yucky channel. But you don't want to watch the yucky channel because when you watch it you feel yucky. So how do you get out of this loop?


One way is to get pissed that you are still feeling yucky. This changes the channel up to the angry channel. This feels a bit better because there is a bit more personal power in it but it does not feel the way you really would feel if you got exactly what you wanted. But it does feel better.


A scale of feeling tones might look like this:


   1. Joy/Knowledge/Empowerment/Freedom/Love/Appreciation

   2. Passion

   3. Enthusiasm/Eagerness/Happiness

   4. Positive Expectation/Belief

   5. Optimism

   6. Hopefulness

   7. Contentment

   8. Boredom

   9. Pessimism

  10. Frustration/Impatience/Irritation

  11. "Overwhelment"

  12. Disappointment

  13. Doubt

  14. Worry

  15. Blame

  16. Discouragement

  17. Anger

  18. Revenge

  19. Hatred/Rage

  20. Jealousy

  21. Insecurity/Guilt/Unworthiness

  22. Fear/Grief/Depression/Despair/Powerlessness


(The scale above comes from the Abraham-Hicks teachings. You can find it at:


among other places.)


Now imagine that our remote control mostly changes channels in sequence. Thus if I were on channel 22, above, I would have to go through channels 21, 20 and 19 before I could get to channel 18.


Let's suppose that I am on channel 21 where I am watching a show about robbery and violence. This feels like insecurity, danger and threat. I decide that I want to watch the super hero show that is on channel 18. I want to manifest super powers in order to get revenge on the people that played the parts of the robbers and maimers in the show on channel 21. First, I might feel jealous of their power to harm me and watch the jealousy channel for a while. Then I might feel hatred and rage toward them while watching channel 19. Finally I would plot (think of a plot) some kind of powerful revenge against them. I might think of how to manifest super powers to fly to them like Superman and punch them like Ironman or turn them inside out like Neo.


The feeling of power that one gets when contemplating revenge feels better than the feeling of powerlessness that one gets when watching channel 22.


Now, suppose I want to manifest more of the stuff on channel 1 in my life. What are the first things I must do?


Well, let's say I have a habit of hanging out somewhere between channel 22 and channel 16. I perpetuate this habit by thinking of things that match up with the feelings I get when I am tuned into those channels. My beliefs, about the way things are, are the habits of thought that keep me tuned in to those channels.


I can work my way gradually up through the channels and eventually manifest those things which correspond to Joy/Knowledge/Empowerment/Freedom/Love/Appreciation in my life. But suppose I want to move up through the channels more quickly. Suppose my mantra is "I want patience and I WANT IT NOW!"


Remember the three steps of manifestation:


1. Ask for what you want.

2. What you want is delivered right outside your door.

3. You must let it in.


Most of the great spiritual teachings offer advice on how to open the door and let what you want in (step three above).


The Bible says:


"If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, Be moved from this place to that; and it will be moved; and nothing will be impossible to you."


What is this "faith"? Is it similar to trust? Here are some Bible translations on this subject:


New American Standard Bible (©1995)

Trust in the LORD and do good; Dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness.


GOD'S WORD® Translation (©1995)

Trust the LORD, and do good things. Live in the land, and practice being faithful.


King James Bible

Trust in the LORD, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed.


American King James Version

Trust in the LORD, and do good; so shall you dwell in the land, and truly you shall be fed.


American Standard Version

Trust in Jehovah, and do good; Dwell in the land, and feed on his faithfulness.


Bible in Basic English

Have faith in the Lord, and do good; be at rest in the land, and go after righteousness.


In fact, we can find teachings in most of the great spiritual traditions on how to accomplish the third step. Many of these traditions suggest that forgetting to tune in to the yucky channel is one of the keys to changing up to the channel you want. This "forgetting" receptivity principle is the subject of many spiritual writings including this one from Rumi:


"For sixty years I have been forgetful, every minute, but not for a second has this flowing toward me stopped or slowed."


Lao Tzu said it as well:


when a man is in turmoil how shall he find peace

Save by staying patient till the stream clears?

How can a man's life keep its course

If he will not let it flow?

Those who flow as life flows know

They need no other force:

They feel no wear, they feel no tear,

They need no mending, no repair.

-Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu


Here is a Zen koan on this subject:


Sitting quietly, doing nothing, the spring comes and the grass grows by itself.


and a quote from the I Ching:


Mountains standing close together:

The image of KEEPING STILL.

Thus the superior man

Does not permit his thoughts

To go beyond his situation


The heart thinks constantly. This cannot be changed, but the

movements of the heart--that is, a man's thoughts--should restrict themselves to the immediate situation.  All thinking that goes beyond this only makes the heart sore.


and Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount:


Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on.  Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment?  Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them.  Are ye not much better than they?  Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?  And why take ye thought for raiment?  Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin: And yet I say unto you, That even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.  Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the field, which to day is, and tomorrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe you, O ye of little faith?  Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat?  or, What shall we drink?  or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed?  (For after all these things do the Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.  But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.  Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself.  Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.

-Matthew 6:25-34


Here is another quote on this subject from the Abraham-Hicks material:


When you are in the vibration of appreciation, you are in the vibration of allowing. Whatever it is you are appreciating, you are allowing, with that much more emphasis, in the now. In other words, it speeds the process.


If we were wanting to reach for joyful experience, or the experience of connection, we would superimpose the word "appreciation", because it is a purer vibration for most. When you say, "I want that, or I have to have that," sometimes it can get messy. But when you say, "I surely do appreciate that," there is very little contradictory vibration within you. And you are much more likely to then use that as your excuse to allow what you've been telling the Universe, all along, with your yippees and yahoos, that you are wanting.


The art of letting it in says, "Well-being abounds, and I'm a worthy receiver of it. And when I think that thought, I don't let it in. When I think that thought, I let it in a little more. And when I think that thought, I really let it in. I choose that thought." Do I choose that thought because it is reality? Do I choose that thought because my parents agree with it? No, but I choose that thought because it lets it in.


From Abraham-Hicks Workshop, Syracuse, NY -- 9/30/00


Thus the process of manifesting our goals might, according to this theory, be a process of asking for what you want, realizing that it is delivered to your door instantly and realizing that all you have to do is let it in.


I think that ORMUS helps us to let it in by helping to put our consciousness into a more coherent state. That coherent state seems to be similar to the state of meditation or prayer that mystics often seek to achieve through regular practice over a period of decades. This increased-brain-coherence state has been measured using an electroencephalograph on several people while they consumed various ORMUS products. You can read about these experiments at:


These reports include the latest report from Thomas Geckler that was posted to some of the ORMUS forums on January 20, 2009.


Now, let's suppose that the reported effects on the coherence.htm page are common results of ORMUS ingestion. What we might see, in this case, is a more rapid manifestation of our thoughts. Now suppose that we still have habits-of-thought (beliefs) that feel yucky. These beliefs (habits-of-thought) will trigger a more rapid change to one of the yucky channels and something that does not feel good will manifest in our lives more quickly because we are opening the door and letting in the consequences of our thoughts (and the feelings they trigger) more quickly by periodically quieting our minds. Instant karma.


This may be what the gentleman who took the "annealed" white powder of gold experienced, as described at:


when things that he did not want started manifesting too quickly for him.


While it might seem like a bad thing to manifest what you don't want more quickly, it actually can be a good thing. It is instant feedback (karma) that clues you in to the habits-of-thought (beliefs) that you most frequently entertain. Here is how I described this in the first draft of my 2008 Nexus article titled "An ORMUS Manifestation":


Imagine that you're watching a channel that you don't like. When you "intend" to change the channel, you punch the remote control and it sends a certain frequency to the TV set. The frequency, which the remote sends out, changes the channel. Now imagine that the frequency the remote sends out is how you are "feeling". Feeling afraid or bad is the frequency that tunes in the channel you don't like. Feeling good changes the channel to what you want.


Sometimes, repeating your intention can line up more with the feeling of fear than with the good feeling that will bring you what you want. If you repeatedly punch the fear button on the remote this tunes in the channel that you don't want.


You have memories of things that feel really good. If you punch those buttons on the remote the good feelings that these memories trigger will tune you in to the channel you already intended. You can punch the button for the channel you like on the remote by imagining about how you will feel when your intention manifests.


You can also do this by thinking of the powerful awareness of the manifestation of your fears. When you manifest what you want by feeling good, you can say with pride "I did that!" When you manifest what you don't want by feeling bad you can still say with pride "I did that!"


Your intention is not the frequency that tunes in the channel. How you feel is the frequency. I suspect that ORMUS is the medium that carries the frequency. The denser the medium the faster the frequency travels through that medium. You can hear the train coming by putting your ear to the iron rail before you will hear it through the air. The denser medium will bring back the echo of whatever feeling you put into it more quickly.


It is like you are standing on a ledge in the Grand Canyon. You shout something and a few seconds later the echo comes back to you. It startles you because it seems like someone else is standing next to you and has shouted back the same thing that you shouted. Perhaps you shouted out "I love you" or perhaps you shouted out "I hate you".


The Grand Canyon is so big that the echo is delayed a long time. This makes it seem that the echo you hear is coming from someone else. If you hear the words "I love you" you feel really good about yourself but if you hear the words "I hate you" you might become frightened because you think that someone wishes to harm you.


If the ORMUS elements are a medium of communication between mind and spirit, they will bring us back the echo of whatever we are feeling about ourselves.


What would happen if the air, which carries the sound of the voice, suddenly became thicker? What if it became infinitely thick so that every thought would instantly manifest those things that were in resonant harmony with it?


I think that this is what happens with ORMUS, especially the more powerful forms. I think it carries the resonance of our thoughts and beliefs and brings back the echo of their manifestation very quickly. If this is true then here is a way to tell if you are ready for the more powerful forms of ORMUS:


First, examine your life--do things you don't like ever happen to you? Would you be happier if these things were intensified and more instantly connected to the thoughts that called them in? Conversely, notice how regularly the things you do like happen to you. When you wake up in the morning do you contemplate your day with delicious anticipation or do you dread going to work?


Your beliefs are habits of thought, which ORMUS will not change. When you take ORMUS it does not steal your free choice. It does not make you think only of what you want and prevent you from thinking of what you don't want. You still can choose which thought you are going to think in every moment. Be sure you always think of your angels and never think of your demons--for whichever you think of you will manifest in your life and this manifestation will only be hastened and heightened by the ingestion of the more powerful forms of ORMUS.


It is possible to change how you feel by changing the channel with your thoughts. There is always something to think about that feels better. Go there and notice how "what you want" continues to show up with more regularity.


When you experience the outcome of fear, you clarify your intention for what you want. The contrast clarifies your intention. You will always remember this clarified intention, as will the delivery system that brings it too you. You already decided what you want; there is no need to repeat it. The universal delivery system delivered it outside your front door. Feeling bad holds the door shut. Feeling good opens the door and lets it in.


I believe that the ORMUS elements provide an infinitely thick, instantaneous communication medium for our thoughts and intentions.


Sometimes I ask people what their favorite disaster is. After getting over being startled by the question some people will say it is that the Illuminati will develop a mind control device and put it in their television set. (Other people say that this device was developed by a group of evil aliens and some people say it was developed by Satan (or satin)). Other people say that their favorite disaster is global geological cataclysm brought on by the shift of the poles or by global warming or by a close encounter with Nibiru. Still others say it is a pulse of galactic energy that will fry all of our electrical equipment around 2012. Others also say it is peak oil or nuclear winter which will move us back to the stone age.


I believe that each of these disasters will happen to those who think upon them enough because:


"What you think upon grows. Whatever you allow to occupy your mind you magnify in your life. Whether the subject of your thought be good or bad, the law works and the condition grows. Any subject that you keep out of your mind tends to diminish in your life, because what you do not use atrophies. The more you think of grievances, the more such trials you will continue to receive; the more you think of the good fortune you have had, the more good fortune will come to you."

--Emmet Fox from Make Your Life Worthwhile, 1942


Now, you might ask, how can different futures happen to different people? How can each of us get what we focus on (be it good or bad) while others get a different future? This is where infinity comes in. Here are some things that I believe about infinity:


The thing about infinity is that there sure is a lot of it. There is enough infinity that everyone can have at least one.


How might such infinity work?


Imagine that God is limitless. Limitless means not limited by space, time, possibility or concept. Now imagine that each of us has chosen to manifest some new stuff (things/ideas/feelings). How can God be limitless while being limited to what is already known? New stuff must be created. But how can new stuff be created when God already knows everything? How do we get out of this loop of contradiction?


The key is forgetting. God must encourage some portion of itself to forget that it knows everything. I think that this is the job we have taken on. We are here forgetting that all is known, so that we can create new stuff. As the scope of our forgetting grows, we create worlds and plants and animals and people and conflicts and contrasts. We also create solutions to the conflicts and contrasts. When you know what you don't want, this helps you to know what you do want.


I believe that this process of creation is not necessarily linear or sequential in time. I believe that it can move from one time-line to another. Thus, the dimension of infinite possibility is added to the dimensions of time and space.


Some modern physicists are exploring the concepts of parallel universes or realities. Here is something that I posted about this to another ORMUS forum on January 10, 2009:


The idea of timelessness is expressed in many of the ancient teachings. For example, there is this quote from the Gospel of Thomas:


"Jesus said: If they say to you: "From where have you originated?", say to them: "We have come from the Light, where the Light has originated through itself, established itself, and appeared in an image of light.". If they say to you: "Are you the light?", say: "We are its children and we are the elect of the Living Father". If they ask you: "What is the sign of your Father in you?", say to them: "It is a movement and a rest"."


What does "a movement and a rest" mean? Changing and changeless. Whatever is "perfect" would be unchanging but unchanging is equal to dead. This suggests that God is always changing and this change requires a bit of contrast. Suppose you knew everything, there would never be anything new. Now suppose that you had the power to know everything and yet were able to create something new. How might you do this?


One way might be to pretend to be separate from yourself. "In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God." Then the word was spoken. The word is vibration. Vibration implies here and there; which equals separation.


"Jesus said: If those who lead you say to you: "See, the Kingdom is in heaven", then the birds of the heaven will precede you. If they say to you: "It is in the sea," then the fish will precede you. But the Kingdom is within you and it is without you." --Gospel of Thomas


This separation depends on the time delay between our desire and the fulfillment of our desire. In that time gap, we create new thoughts and God marvels at the new stuff created through the delay between our desire and the manifestation of our desire. Here is a bit of a poem about this manifestation:


While you were


all the cupboards

of the earth

were filled.

Mother Earth

sought out each



While you were


your tears fell

as sweet rain

drops on small

parched hills

that rise in worlds

you cannot see,

though you are known



While you were


Mother Earth

filled all the

cupboards of your


to overflowing.

Not one atom went


in worlds that

are yours,

but beyond your


-Jane Roberts, Sumari Healing Song


When we experience what we don't want, we always think of something we do want. What we want is then delivered to our door by God (Spirit, Source) but if we are not tuned in to the abundance channel we do not know to open the door. All we must do is let it in.


And God is not limited to just one possible future or just one time-line.


Here is something I posted on the ORMUS and Spirit forum on January 9, 2009:


There is an entire school of scientific and philosophical thought that "time-lines" or "probable realities" are splitting off all the time. If this is true then the following would also be true:


The thing about infinity is, there sure is a lot of it.

There is enough infinity that everyone can have at least one.

You create your own reality.

Everything you've ever heard is true.

Everybody knows everything.

It's your own damn fault.

You don't have to be consistent.

It's no big deal; you can't blow it.

Take everything for granted.

A good lesson is one you can learn again and again.

No matter where you go there you are.

When you come to a fork in the road take it.


In 1998 I wrote an article on this subject and posted it at:


The noted physicist, Dr. Fred Alan Wolf, wrote the following on this subject in his introduction to Norman Friedman's book "Bridging Science and Spirit":


The mathematical theory of relativity is actually amazingly elementary, and after wrestling with it for awhile, I eventually grasped the idea. But understanding it in terms that my classical education would allow? That was a "horse-question" of a different color, involving concepts I had never encountered or imagined. Then, with quantum mechanics, suddenly the world was no longer made of tiny particles, fleetingly existing or not, but of mysterious flowing probabilities, which enabled physicists to predict with certainty only the probability of nearly everything, but not the actual occurrence of anything.


Yet the mathematical structure of this "new physics" was compelling. And after much soul-searching and many years of writing, teaching, and problem-solving, I can say that I have come to accept the mystery of the new-physics picture of the universe and the remarkable power it seems to have, based on something quite intangible and seemingly outside our everyday experience: the invisible flow of possibilities that exist in the abstract world of mathematics and intersect with our real world in terms of the prediction of probabilities of real events. It is understandable that I -- and perhaps other physicists who write about the new physics -- assumed that anyone outside the field would find it entirely baffling.


I held that assumption until I read Norman Friedman's book, the one you are holding in your hands. This book impressed me, to say the least. Here is someone outside the field, looking in, and spotting both the logic and the magic of the discoveries of the last nearly one hundred years of soul-searching on the part of certain physicists, and bringing it together in a clearly written summation.


This soul-searching has led many of us to a new realization, that the gap of understanding separating the two seemingly irreconcilable viewpoints of spirituality and science can be bridged. This idea is admirably presented by Mr. Friedman. Indeed, it is more than a bridge that this author has built; he has shown us that these two approaches aim toward the very same truths. It is as if one were to cross a bridge from one country to another and find that one had arrived right back where one had started.


Reading this book, I was struck with a feeling of satisfaction. I had felt, after writing about such concerns as addressed by Mr. Friedman, that hardly anyone really understands just what the problem is: namely, the outrageous logic that shows that the physical cannot exist independently from the mental, that ontology and epistemology are the same. Certainly the connections between the deep philosophical issues raised by the fact of human consciousness and the seemingly very different viewpoint taken by the new physics seemed much too difficult to be grasped by someone outside the field. I was wrong. Mr. Friedman really understands the problem and has put together a remarkable book that explores the "bridge" with skill and insight.


Bridging Science and Spirit accomplishes a formidable task. Every important facet of the problem has been addressed both with intelligence and with heart. The key areas of overlap that form the basis for Mr. Friedman's insights are in the work of physicist David Bohm, the mystical perspective as elucidated by the writings of Ken Wilber, and the visionary teachings of Seth, the discarnate entity channeled by Jane Roberts.


Remarkably, I first became acquainted with Seth's teachings shortly after a period of study and research at the University of London's Birkbeck College where, as fortune would have it, I occupied an office next to Professor Bohm. Bohm would often tell me about his latest insights into the implicate order, an invisible, pervasive "isness" from which all matter, energy, and meaning ultimately emerge. At the end of these discourses I felt as bewildered as the woman who met Einstein on a ship sailing from Europe to the U.S. and remarked after Einstein had explained his theory of relativity to her, "I am convinced that he understands it very well." Bohm went well above my intellectual head, but left me with an intriguing new sense of underlying mystery.


Seth came to my attention later. After Jack Sarfatti, Bob Toben, and I published our popular book Space-Time and Beyond, a reader told us that we had explained, in the terminology of modern physics, the very same things that Seth talked about. We had not intended to go into the subject in any real depth; we simply wanted to sketch the relationship between science and spirit in a very light way. Mr. Friedman has developed those sketches, has looked deeply into these comparisons, and has written with skill and insight. Although we had certainly placed our feet on the bridge in our attempt to "explain the unexplainable," it was left to Norman Friedman to cross over.


The essential element in all of this, I would say, is that all view-points of understanding our experience of the Universe rest on the simultaneous existence of a deeper level of reality out of which the duality of the physical and mental aspects emerge.


The book is divided into two parts. The first part clearly explains the unity that underlies the three separate perspectives of deeper reality: David Bohm's concepts of how physics leads to this underlying element, Ken Wilber's description of how mystics experience it, and Seth's discussion of the hidden reality from the unique perspective of one who lives there.


Dr. Fred Alan Wolf's 1975 book “Space-Time and Beyond” explains the concept of parallel universes/probable realities using an analogy of layers of movie film where each layer of film might diverge from the original plot at some frame and reach an alternate ending. According to Dr. Wolf, one can move from a sequential frame of one movie strip to the subsequent frame of an alternative movie strip through our intention. Thus, each person’s life consists of moving from frame to frame and strip to strip of alternative versions of the same movie. Here are some illustrations from that book which describe this concept:



Another analogy that I have used is to imagine a room with Mickey Mouse dolls from floor to ceiling on one wall. You go into the room with a strobe laser light which can only light up one doll at a time and, depending on which way you move the light, you will see Mickey stand up or lay down or start running or eat lunch. In this analogy our consciousness is the strobe laser light.


Though both of these analogies are helpful on some levels they also are limiting on other levels. The creativity in both analogies is dependent on how we move our attention from place to place in a pre-existing matrix or reality. I believe that our creative involvement also includes the continuous creation of all of the parallel and diverging matrices of reality itself.


I think that we have a desire for something new and Source (God) sets it up immediately for us to move into as soon as we are ready. We are ready as soon as we line up how we feel in a way that matches the new reality we have cooperatively created.


So, back to the question:


Which is the best ORMUS product for manifestation?


This depends on what you are focused on and how fast you wish to manifest more of it.


If nothing but wonderful things are happening in your life you might want the “strongest” ORMUS you can find. If lots of yucky things are happening in your life, you might want something much “weaker”.