In the past year, my manifestation skills (if skill is the right word) has improved dramatically. If I deliberately want to create something, I have used the manifestation box by @Stingray and my own very simple techniques.
Most of the things I've asked have manifested and every time I ask I always feel that they will come with certainty. Now, more than ever in my life, I believe that there is another side of reality doing its own workings to make things happen.
With this in mind, I should have been more confident to ask more. I have asked very few, in fact I don't ask on a daily or weekly basis. There are things that I want but I don't ask them because I feel I want to go through the challenge to get them the hard way (which is the mind-centered way, usual way).
My problem is that there are days when I don't know what I want. This may seem strange but there are days when I don't want anything at all but feel discontented or not motivated. I feel that there's a huge lack and I want to go a step further to a direction that I'm not sure of. I am "stuck" on days when I feel that I'm out of sync with my higher self and what I do is just sleep it over, expecting something great might happen on the next day but this goes on for several days until I suddenly and effortlessly come back to Vortex again.
asked 13 Feb '17, 20:52
Perhaps you are experiencing Divine Discontent?
Sitting meditation for half an hour or up to an hour, would likely bring you to a more centered and purposeful place. The answers you seek would rise up naturally in consciousness. Relax, breathe deeply, get into the flow of the present moment. When you are finished,just follow the guidance you received.
Listen to your inner voice, pay attention to your impulses, your feelings, your sense of what is right or wrong for you. Divine Discontent can help you tune into your true self and direction in life.
Thank you for asking this question...as I responded, I realized this is for me, also.
answered 14 Feb '17, 00:17
No need to be concerned at all about that :)
You don't need to ask consciously, ever.
When you look around at other people in your life, how many of them are building up precise lists of what they want? Most people have trouble deciding what they are going to eat tonight, never mind thinking about life goals :) And yet, so many of them still get things they want in life.
The truth is that the asking is automatic whether you verbalize it to your favorite Deity/Universal Law, or not. See What should we imagine, visualize or believe?
Your role is only in allowing what you want to enter your reality and, for that, you only focus on the thing you want if it feels good to do so. If it doesn't feel good to do so, focus on something else that makes you feel good when you focus on it and it achieves almost the same effect.
The common theme here is that you find things to feel good about...and it doesn't matter whether you are focused on something you think you should be asking for, or something that seems totally unrelated.
Again, not a problem :)
When you don't know what you want and you want to know what you want then you automatically (see above) launch a desire for knowing what you want. Again, the process is the same. Find things to feel good about in your life and you'll start to manifest vibrational matches to that desire (of wanting to know what you want).
Just start making decisions and that will take care of itself.
Alternatively, if you are up to speed with your vibrational molding skills (Abraham-style), you can just do whatever you need to do to force your way towards the Vortex edge...to allow yourself to be then drawn into it...and then you are fully-synced with your Higher Self :)
This act of forcing an alignment is, in my opinion, the only legitimate time to bully yourself towards doing something that you really don't feel like doing in the moment
answered 15 Feb '17, 05:13
So it looks like you mastered manifesting. Congratulations! It's natural like breathing now.
Of course, the tricky part of mastery is that you can no longer use learning that particular skill as an overall aim for your life.
I recommend Bashar's method to find a new overall aim. To recap, his formula is: You act on your highest excitement, to the best of your ability, with no particular expectation of the outcome.
So you examine your options, which now happily include the great power of manifesting all sorts of things, and see which one "tickles your fancy" the most, so to speak. Then act or meditate on it and see what that brings up. Keep going.
To suggest something specific, maybe the work of Serge Kahili King and his Huna shamanism practices might be appealing to you. It contains such advanced spiritual subjects as influencing weather, healing with symbols, entering the mind of cats, acting as a spirit guide, acting as your own former self's spirit guide, lucid group dreams, telepathically calling your family to dinner, and walking on hot lava rocks.
answered 14 Feb '17, 04:43
I just listened to a recording of Abraham in which they are suggesting a nice little trick when you don't know what you want. And here it is:
You simply change your desire to wanting to know what you want. :)
And if you don't know how you can want to know what you want, then you change your desire to wanting to know how you can want to know what you want.
So, as the ancient group of mystical women named "Spice Girls" used to say...
answered 20 Feb '17, 09:51
The answer is simple. Your soul is crying. No matter how much satisfaction you achieve in the material world, it does not salve the soul. As I don't know what you believe, I can't say if you will like my answer, because the answer does lie in God. Sadly very few folks actually know how to connect to God, because it is in that connection that the soul gets its balm. The balm is Divine Love, a real spiritual essence. And when you succeed, you will know you have succeeded because you can FEEL the presence of the Divine Love in your soul. All this is too much to write up here on a short answer, and I have a whole web site devoted to these issues. But you may find the page by Googling "how to physically experience God's Love" but do leave the quotes in your Google search.
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