Let's say I wrote a request about my career, as I saw it one year ago. Indeed, many of the things came to pass, and I now have more ideas to refine this request further. Also, because I am now at a different stage in the career, I find myself wanting to move things in other ways.
I recall reading somewhere that we aren't allowed to make further changes after writing up a request? Or was that just to help guide our request-writing to make sure it's tight?
Hope someone can shed some light on this aspect. I know it isn't good to keep changing one's mind about what we want so I don't want to ruin my requests by refining the request at a later point... I mean, how does this work?
asked 07 Jan '11, 03:50
I would think that you could simply write a new request.
Since your original request has run its course, and has manifested to your satisfaction (at least with respect to the original request), it would seem odd to now go back and say, "Wait Universe, that wasn't quite what I wanted exactly."
Just write a new request and put in in your manifesting box. You can discard the original request.
answered 07 Jan '11, 04:16
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