Fear of the Future and Destructive Games Conditions

When a person is in a destructive games condition they fear the future.
When a person fears the future they refuse or are reluctant to reach out.
When a person fears the future they do not maintain or enhance their connections, networks or relationships.
When a person fears the future they refuse or are reluctant to positively market themselves or their products. (They go into the past in an attempt to be invisible or go into hiding.)

When a person fears the future they will attempt to stop themselves and others from doing anything positive. They will work against any new ideas and be negative on any new originations or positive changes.

When a person fears the future they will involuntarily invest their life force particles, attention, time, effort, resources and money into what they fear the most.

The following excerpt was written by Homer Wilson Smith, I changed some of the wording to be consistent with our language:
“The presence-time is often one long on going painful, agonizing or loss incident to your client or yourself, so you would HAVE to run some of that incident into the future to get its ending!

You don’t have to wait until an incident is over to run it, and if it is going on in present time, then clearly its end is in the future, and when you tell the client to experience it from beginning to end, you are telling him to run some of it in the future.

Many people treat the future as something they wish wouldn’t happen.

They will attempt to avoid running their ‘future’ painful, agonizing or loss incidents, in an effort to avoid them ever happening. 

Probably the Earth will fall into the Sun one day no matter what anyone does.  Our present civilization will come and go regardless of the processing that takes place.  You will have bodies and lives, children and lovers, and they will all die of something or other no matter what you do.

So you see, many of these losses are all up there on the future whole time-trails no matter what you do about them.  You know this, that’s why you are sad about them NOW, and have been so in the past.  Many of your losses or sadness in the past have been about things that haven’t even happened yet but which you know will.

So there is charge in the past about loss in the future, and there will be charge in the future about loss in the past (future regrets), and whether you run out the death of a loved one after it occurs or before it occurs, it doesn’t really matter, because it is all just charge.

Especially if you know its going to happen before it does, or even as a probability that it MIGHT happen.

So losses in the past and losses in the future along with the rage, hate, shock, anger, fear, numb, sorrow and apathy that accompany them are all part of presence-time.

You can’t change some of this in general.  But you might be able to run some, if not all, of the sorrow off of these future incidents now, so that when they happen you will be able to face them with peace, equanimity and rebound.

People who never think about their own death or the deaths of their lovers, parents or children are destined to have a hard time of it when it happens.

It is socially impolite to remind people of painful things, death, loss, etc.  so it gets all shut up in the pretence of a social facade.  ‘How are you doing?’, ‘Just fine, thank you.’

So nobody runs anything out.

Everybody alive is on death row and they are saying ‘Just fine, thank you.’

Imagine it going a different way.  ‘How are you doing?’ ‘Well just now I am thinking about who is going to die first, me or Jane, I keep mocking up our last day together, I am walking with her knowing I am dying and we both know it, and yet she is still all happy about some flowers she is picking, there is a lot of sorrow on this, I kind of wish we could die together.’ ‘Yes I understand, I am the same way, tell me about it.’ ‘Well, yap yap yap…’

Life might even become decent if people would relate to each other about life being indecent.

So making present time the artificial end of the time-trail for your client is of course missing the Eternity of incidents ahead of him THAT HE IS CHARGED UP ABOUT NOW!

If you process only the time-trail that ‘has already happened’ you will end up with half a cleared incident.  And that’s if you are lucky.  More likely you will end up with a headache and no case gain.

Remember, any condition the being finds himself ‘stuck’ with, he put there with its own Omni-Sovereign or Sovereign intention.

Recognition and recovery of the ability to re-operate this responsibility will blow the condition.


He had a hard time keeping any game in place because he kept realizing who set it up. Poof, no Game!

This is also a major statement which (advanced) people will at first glibly accept as probably true, and then reject as outrageously preposterous.  That’s a move upstairs. Don’t discourage it.

The being had to somewhat hide his responsibility for his Omni-Sovereign or Sovereign intentions and visions in order to make sure they persisted and didn’t vanish in the middle of a game. It’s SOOOO embarrassing when that happens, so your client has gone to some lengths to make sure he has no idea who caused anything just to make sure everything stays put.

However he has gotten more than enough lost in this denial of responsibility, and the persistence of things has gotten quite out of hand, to the point that everything persists but him!  (mortality)

Ever walk down a rocky beach and wonder at the injustice of it all that the rocks and the waves will out last you?”  – End Homer Wilson Smith excerpt.

Some people love the beach or the mountains just so they can sit in the beautiful sadness of this ability of the beach or the mountains to outlast themselves.


Back in January of 1965, I collided with this “fear of the future” phenomena.

Two months earlier on November the 22nd 1964, I had arrived in Dallas, Texas from London, England, a new penniless emigrant.

Almost instantaneously things began to boom.

My first night in Dallas I did a lecture to 32 people – from that time on I was booked solid for processing from 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m., 7 days a week.

I also signed up all 32 people for 2 nights a week, 3 hours each night, group training courses.

My income for the first 2 months in America averaged $6,500 per week. (Enough to pay cash and buy 2 top of the line Cadillac or Lincoln automobiles.) I had several hundred hours of backlogged services to deliver. Also I now had more than 80 people in training.

I was obviously fast getting overwhelmed as well as overworked – my problem was I refused to recruit people to help me grow. My anxiety and fear level was building up, I was starting to resist doing what I loved to do.

Over the next 3 months my statistics started to go down – yes I kept stats even then – long before it was expected of people.

I had stopped wanting to reach out. Also I hated asking for the money.

I was constantly worried, about what – I did not know.

One day I sat down by myself and went over my stats. I saw they were very up and down, one week the income would soar – then there would be several weeks of low income.

The reason for this roller-coaster was obvious – I spent one week signing people up for services, then I had to spend the rest of the time delivering services.

I realized I was desperate for help – yet I was reluctant to get help.

I recognized my fear condition – but fear of what?

So I made a list of what did I fear?

Amazingly I feared future events or situations, these fears were all based on “what if’s,” such as:

a.       What calamity would happen if I messed up a student or client?

b.      What calamity would happen if I messed up and caused one of my students or clients to ruin their marriage?

c.       What calamity would happen if I messed up and caused one of my students or clients to ruin their business and go bankrupt?

d.      What if I couldn’t pay the rent?

e.       What if I went broke?

f.        What if I drove someone insane?

g.       What if I caused someone to die?

h.       Etc., etc.

None of these things or events had happened – I was projecting my fears of “what must not happen” into the future.

From this I was able to make a list of what indicators that was obvious and observable that constituted the presence-time dramatization in people of “a fear of the future”.

Number 1 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to arrive or be in the right place at the right time.

Number 2 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to recruit or sign a person up, or ask for the commitment, the investment of attention, effort, time and money.

Number 3 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to sell.

Number 4 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to educate, coach, train or hat people for their role.

Number 5 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to process people on staff or close to them.

Number 6 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to connect and network with others.

Number 7 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to originate, make or return calls.

Number 8 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to create a bigger future.

Number 9 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to organize.

Number 10 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to take charge and lead.

Number 11 indicator of fear of the future: = Refusal or reluctance to maintain and enhance network connections and relationships.

Once I confronted my “what if” fears of the futures and handled my refusals and reluctances – miracles began to take place – my center in Dallas boomed – I had over 500 students (each student paid $20 a week for 6 hours of training = $10,000 a week income) –  one year later I opened a center in St. Louis – it boomed – I had over 800 students.

So if you have any of the above “fears of the future” indicators, then do yourself and your connections a favor – get them handled.

20 August 2006