Can you successfully manifest without a belief in God.

Side note, I just noticed every time I spell "belief" it contains the word lie. :)

asked 05 May '11, 18:25

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I think that only belief that you can indeed manifest is necessary. There are plenty of unbelievers in a higher power out there getting what they want and I should know, I used to be one of them! Best wishes....

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answered 05 May '11, 18:33

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Ha ha:) it was an answer or question of yours that inspired this question.

(05 May '11, 19:31) you

No... we're always manifesting, always have been whether we believe in God or not.

However, I think when we're not tapped in to God ( living in alignment with our true essence ) we're often manifesting by default.

And I think that unbeliever can often manifest what they want unconsciously because, although they may not believe, they're often in alignment with their true essence simply by the way they live their life. Hence, they feel good and what they want seems to manifest quite easily

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answered 05 May '11, 19:01

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That is why since I want not, I get not. I actually always get what I want for I want little. And when I want more I get more because I shift my focus and perspective.

(05 May '11, 19:34) you

I'm beginning to realize that there's a lot to be said for 'simplicity' :)

(05 May '11, 20:21) Michaela

You explained it better than I did, Michaela and I totally agree with what you wrote!

(05 May '11, 20:26) LeeAnn 1

Thanks LeeAnn although I'd say no 'better' no 'worse' :)

(05 May '11, 21:30) Michaela

@Michaela if simplicity us your thing then it works. We all have different needs and I feel it is important to know if you are a simplistic person or one that needs more moving parts. I am a simplistic man by nature but thought I needed more parts after years of realization I accepted my simplicity. It's not for everyone. That is why at times I do not fit in here. And still love you all just he same.

(05 May '11, 22:01) you

As a matter of fact, what I wouldn't give to sit and have a cup of tea with both of you LeeAnn and Michaela.

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Just existing in enough to manifest.

We are manifestations,we constantly manifest.

We have no choice,its who we are.

Monty

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answered 06 May '11, 08:54

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Since God created all men equal,(humans)this is what we do best, manifest!

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