Let's just say I seem to have a little bit of success manifesting certain things such as money for example, but it does not exactly come in the way I would have liked it to. Or that I do not like the way it has come to me. Should I just accept it as it is (i.e will it be bad for my future manifestations if I try to resist it)?
A simple example - I want to manifest a new computer. Out of nowhere, my computer broke down and I have no choice but to get a new one (using my own pocket savings to purchase one - which I always had more than enough to purchase a new com). My parents know about the new computer and returned me the money equivalent to the price of the new computer. So technically speaking, I have sort of "manifested" the new computer since it is not my own money? But I don't want my parents to be the ones that provide me with the new computer... or the ones that are forking out their own money for the new computer..
Or that my relatives and parents keep giving me money out of nowhere, which is what I do not want.. I want the money manifested to have come in other forms (maybe through a scholarship, winning lottery, etc) if you get what I mean.
The more important question is will it be detrimental to myself if I try to resist these type of manifestations? Technically speaking they are still considered small "manifestations" right?
asked 28 Jun '11, 12:41
Kakaboo, I have been reading your dialogue with Wade and others, and I see what you are asking: is it okay to accept things that manifest for me, even if I have seemingly done nothing to deserve them? Here is how it works-pay attention- this will really help you understand the concept of manifestation-ing.
"Ask, and it will be given unto you." "Give and ye shall receive". Let's put those two Bible verses together, and see where they lead...right down Alice's little Rabbit Hole and into...
There is no "deserve" in this place- only a balance sheet with the amount you have given on one paper, and the amount owed to you on another.
Now, the Universe is set up by God to work so that if you give, eventually, you will receive what is owed to you. And, as the Father Who Loves His Children, He is Generous and often Gives MORE than we have on our balance sheets....BUT!!! What you receive may actually come from the balance sheet of another being, another good deed, another manifestation. You seem to be getting caught up in where our reward actually comes from....who knows what or where it actually came? God was the orchestrator of the reward. You could never trace the trail. All we know, is that deserve exists in God's world, but down the Rabbit Hole, in...
It is only the sheet of two papers...with "what is Owed" on One and "What Must Be Given" on the other.
Now, of course, if you give, God sees this and is pleased with you. But the act is also recorded in
and now it is wide open just how you will receive what is owed to you. Say you give a bum $12 for a lunch to eat. It is all you have. That $12 goes on the list in
But God, too, saw what you did, and is so pleased! He is truly your Dad, is proud of you for feeding the poor (despite the fact that the bum actually bought five bottles of Schlitz beer and got smashed under a bridge...) I digress....Ahem. So, now, that $12 is on the "owed" sheet in
Two days later, you find a $50 bill in the street. You did do something to deserve the money- but only $12. What about the other $38, the extra $38 you received??? You did nothing to deserve THAT! Well, in
the sheets are balanced. You got your money back. But in God's World, God was so pleased with you, that he gave you a reward for your behavior, and boosted the donation accordingly. You did nothing to "deserve" it, it seems, But Jesus points out that you will get back more than you give. The extra $38 came from God Himself, because of God's love. That is what made up the difference. Also, God saw that you gave your wife a back rub, read to your little bratty son, washed your own clothes for once instead of making your wife do it, etc. i apologize if you are female....I do not know your sex from your name...anyway, God adds these things up, but they may not be added up in
But God saw your good deeds, and rewards good deeds by adding stuff to the list in
You see? The father sees all. YOU ARE DESERVING because of God's LOVE FOR YOU!!! It all exists, including the Rabbit Hole, in the Land of
So there are TWO balance sheets. Also, there is an expression- pay attention- I want you to memorize this:
Love you, Jai (and Wade, too!)
It doesn't matter where the money comes from, unless you think it is creating an obligation for you. What matters is whether you use that money responsibly.
The Law of Attraction is not a magic wand; it is simply a way of recognizing opportunities. The mind is a goal-seeking filter; if you give it a goal (like having a new computer), it will look around for those things in your surrounding environment that will help you achieve that goal, and filter out everything else.
So, in a sense, by saying you don't want the money from your parents, you are rejecting what the Universe is offering you. You are basically saying, "I want it, but I want it my way, God." It doesn't always work that way.
The way you get what you want in life is by providing value to other people, by being of service to others. In return, they will compensate you, in many ways; money is just one of those ways. Your parents obviously consider you a good investment, or they wouldn't give you the money in the first place.
answered 28 Jun '11, 14:17
This seems like abusing the Law of Attraction, as far as I know from everything I had ever studied you are suppose to use the Law of Attraction to bring you your own stuff.
I think you are seeing a limitation, a 'limited supply' so what you attract must come from someone else (as your parents for example.)
Now if you had paid with your own money and stopped there, then I would say it worked right but this take from Paul to pay Petter approach, no.
answered 28 Jun '11, 22:24
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