hii..friends.. my question is that "is it important" to study??? ,even if you know law of attraction n you know that through affirmations n visualizations u wil get exactly 100% in your exams.cos,it has happened with me.through affirmations, i came to know the questions which are about to come in exams. and i got exatly 100% in my exams as visualized....,inspite of zero studies. so..friends,what r ur views on this??? i thank all of you in advance n i apolpjize if i wrote something wrong. hope to hear from all of you soon. .....love ,light n lotts of blessing on your way... ......ur's- supergirl from india...
Yes, studying is unnecessary if you are 100% certain you will get a perfect score on the test. You can bring many things into your life with little effort. Lots of people don't study. :)
This is because you get the equivalent of what you're vibration is. So, when you're 100% certain something will happen, it will happen. Exciting, isn't it? :)
But here's what you really should ask yourself- "What do I really want?" CalonLan has a good point- do you enjoy what you are studying? If not, why are doing it?
Life isn't really about the end result. See, you have an endless stream of choices and possiblities. You can point your focus towards millions of different things. While the end results are great, you will grow tired of them. You will never stop having desires. It's exciting that we don't have to study to ace a test- but you will grow bored of this method.
You want to find things that you will enjoy acquiring. You want to pursue something you enjoy studying, because it will make your own graduation more enjoyable. It makes the whole process more interesting, fun and exciting.
It's not a question of whether or not the universe will bring you what you ask- it always will. All you need to do is enjoy the process- enjoy the experience, find new experiences. You by no means have to suffer before you can experience great things. Doing nothing at all, however, can be rather boring.
That's what I've learned- that it's about the experience. I crave the experiences. I always enjoy my end results, but without the process of getting to them they aren't as exciting. I tire of them quicker.
I also want to add, the negative is not really that bad either. I once tried to pull all the darkness from my life- the thing is, the more negative you experience the brighter become your positives.
The way I see it, we want adventures to experience and stories to tell. If you are in the middle of something you aren't enjoying, so much that you just want to skip over it and get straight to your end result, than I would consider pursuing something different.
What I think is important is if you enjoy your life and what your doing. It's not necessarily the actual actions you take or things you acquire, it's about how you enjoy those things. It's not really the act of studying that's important.
Don't be haste- you have plenty of time to make any decisions. Listen to your own feelings and follow your own guidance. If you feel you are on the right path, stay on it. :)
Study, because you find interest in the topic. Not to merely pass some unimportant test. And if you in fact are just passing some test which has nothing to do with what you enjoy studying as your question subtly imply, I wonder, why are you going through something you don't enjoy in the first place?
To me, I do believe it's possible, but due to social conditioning it is not that easy.
The reason is that most of us have been conditioned to think that we need to put in at least a bit of effort in order to achieve something, and when we get something out of nothing we usually don't think that we deserve it at all.
It's just like manifesting, many a times it has been said on this site that all you need to do is to be happy all the time or at least most of the time and you would be able to get the things you want. Yet most people would still prefer to have at least some sort of action to get them into the happy state, such as meditating or doing some of the manifesting experiments found on this site.
But honestly I do not think it is good to not study anything at all, another better way I feel in my opinion would be to believe that you can understand everything easily and all you need to do is to read through everything once in order to get it.
answered 22 Aug '12, 07:33
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