This question is related to Manifesting Experiment 1.

It seems that it would be much easier to include several things we want within the same request to the universe if we have a number of things that we want in mind.

Would this practice still render the experiment valid?

asked 03 Jan '10, 15:06

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Pink Diamond

You could try it and it might still work.

But I would question why you would want to do this, because it may be indicative of a problematic attitude.

I'll list a few possible reasons why you would want to do this, and see if any of these resonate with you...

  • Do you want to include several things in one because you don't want to think clearly and precisely about each one? The key to this process is to get very clear about what you want and then release it completely - this is a very powerful and precise way of manifesting what you want. You risk sabotaging that approach if you merge several desires together.

  • Do you want to do it because it is quicker to do so? If so, does this indicate some level of impatience perhaps? Impatience with wanting things to come will also interfere with this method working.

  • Do you want to do it to save paper perhaps? If so, I can assure you that using up a few extra sheets of paper is not going to make much of an environmental difference. Millions, perhaps billions, of sheets of paper are wasted in offices around the world everyday. It would be better for you to get what you want in life, and show others how to do so also, and make a difference to the world that way instead.

But your question raises a valid point and that is: what do you do when you have a huge, complex desire you wish to manifest?

For example, a few years ago I needed to completely relocate to another part of the country within just a few weeks for family reasons.

So I needed to do things like find a place to live quickly, find some work quickly, work out how to move all my things a long distance, and so on.

These were several related desires which were a part of a larger desire relating to relocating a long distance quickly.

Here I created one overview request which consisted of just general statements about how I wanted to relocate and why, and I then mentioned in that request that I would like several sub-requests to be manifested also. I then created the several separate sub-requests dealing with each desire for each aspect of the move.

But notice here that I still created the sub-requests separately which enabled me to focus very clearly on each one and then release each one when it was ready.

Did the requests manifest? Yes, they all did - and even better than I thought they would, especially when I needed all this in a hurry. I ended up finding lucrative work just two minutes away from a very nice apartment (which I found within an hour of visiting the area for the first time for that reason).


answered 03 Jan '10, 15:35

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edited 03 Jan '10, 15:44

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