Ever since I have graduated I have wanted to work for a particular company. I have applied before but have not yet received a reply back.

I understand that I could work for another company and still be fulfilled, I just truly desire working for this company. So my question is how do I effortlessly bring employment with this company into my experience, without getting too caught up with the outcome or becoming needy in the process.

Thank you.

asked 12 Oct '11, 15:18

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edited 23 Aug '12, 18:39

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Barry Allen ♦♦

If you don't have a particular deadline in mind, I would just create a Manifesting Box request and just forget about it and let it manifest when the time is right. You might also find it helpful to read: What does ‘detachment’ truly mean in Law of Attraction?

Bear in mind though that you still might not end up working for that actual company but for a company that has the attributes you want from the original company. Surely it's those attributes you really want isn't it, rather than only that company, wouldn't you say?

If there was an even better company available, would you really turn it down and only work for your original one?

I would say that what you really want is the feeling that you think you'll get as a result of working for that company and that feeling is what the universe will match up, sometimes in unexpected ways, and often in better ways than you expected if you are willing to be flexible and open to whatever comes.

If you do have a deadline in mind, or you can't let go of the request in your mind, then things become a little trickier because you now risk standing in the way of what you want by noticing it isn't there yet which is what your question seems to be hinting at.

I have a deliberate manifesting approach called Surfing Your Desire for these situations which is embodied in a more practical form in the recent update to Manifesting Experiment 4.

If you're going to start tackling this manifesting-on-demand type stuff though I would highly recommend you build up some experience in manifesting smaller things first to give your belief system less of a bumpy ride :)


answered 12 Oct '11, 17:02

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@Stingray, don't only do,... but ? Would you mind finishing the message you so secretly embedded into your comment? :-D Or am I seeing ghosts where it's just the wind playing with a curtain?

(24 Aug '12, 04:46) CalonLan

@CalonLan - Interesting observation. It's just the wind though...honest :)

(24 Aug '12, 08:27) Stingray

@Stingray I have some "serious" deadlines within the next few weeks and I want to try this process again after having some successes and some, let's say, interesting Step 1 moments :). How do you use ME4 within the "Surfing Your Desire" process? I suppose you do the ME4 first when you know you have a deadline and feel resistance. How do you proceed? Do you sit down each time when resistance comes up to do a new ME4 round?

(25 Sep '13, 19:39) releaser99

Would you say that it's better to use "clearing techniques" in the beginning and "distraction techniques" when the deadline is coming closer? Or do you just soothe the nervousness using some clearing techniques like FasterEFT, Midline etc? So, to summarize: do you change the approach the closer the deadline comes?

(25 Sep '13, 19:39) releaser99

@releaser99 - ME4 is a major "industrial-strength" process whose value is mainly for people starting out with vibrational work and have long-term deep-seated issues. If you've been using Focus Blocks on a regular basis, it's probably unlikely you'll need it...FBs are easily enough. But if you do have a situation that requires it then, yes, use it right at the start. You shouldn't need to do it more than once though for a particular issue since it gets right to the core of an issue and...

(28 Sep '13, 06:23) Stingray

@releaser99 - after that quick Focus Blocks should be enough to clear up residue.

"do you change the approach the closer the deadline comes?" - Good observation. Yes, you get forced into changing the approach from Clearing to Distraction as the deadline looms. If you consider Bashar's Threshold of Believability idea, there comes a time when you just cannot make yourself believe anything more specific so no Clearing method...

(28 Sep '13, 06:27) Stingray

@releaser99 - is going to help. At that point, you know you've done enough Clearing and you just switch into Distraction to sail up to the deadline. Also, I've found you've got to be genuinely relaxed and easy...you can't muscle your way into a deliberate manifestation, it's more like flowing your way into it with an attitude of acceptance. There can be no vibrational discontinuities so if you are aligned, the Universe has...

(28 Sep '13, 06:31) Stingray

@releaser99 - ...no choice but to alter physical reality to match your alignment...that's when the really bizarre and unexpected stuff happens :)

I pulled off quite an impressive bit of "surfing" a couple of months back. All I did to achieve it was a single Focus Block, a single "Wouldn't It Be Nice..." block and then a few minutes of drafting a (non-released) vibrational request. After that, I just forgot all about it with an attitude of whatever happens now is fine with me. So that...

(28 Sep '13, 06:34) Stingray

@releaser99 - ...was probably less than 15 minutes vibrational work and then just the usual daily Vortex alignment. When the deadline finally came, the Universe was forced into some quite impressive somersaults in order to match my physical reality to the attitude of mind I was holding. As I've mentioned before on IQ, these deadline-driven manifestations are where I learn the most about how all this stuff works...and you learn a lot about your own strength of character in the process too :)

(28 Sep '13, 06:37) Stingray

Thank you @Stingray. I really appreciate it. I tried to use clearing techniques only but realized it gets quite overwhelming when I reach my personal threshold of believability. So I will change the approach and include distraction methods next time. "and you learn a lot about your own strength of character in the process too" And that excites me the most about this process. In the past I would have never tried or even considered "doing nothing" when facing "existential deadlines".

(29 Sep '13, 16:29) releaser99

But now it's somehow exciting. I'm just curious, do you think it would also work to the same degree to not align with a specific desire at all and just stay in the Vortex most of the time...until the deadline passes by? I mean just distracting yourself and staying in the Vortex until the deadline is over - perfecting the distraction approach so to speak.

(29 Sep '13, 16:30) releaser99

@releaser99 - "not align with a specific desire at all and just stay in the Vortex most of the time...until the deadline passes by?" - Yes, I think that would always work but if you are able to do that (remain in the Vortex) then you probably don't need the Surfing process. The Surfing process, for me at least, is for the stuff that feels "so big" that it kicks you out of the Vortex whenever you think about it and it's "in your face" because of the seemingly-important looming...

(30 Sep '13, 01:18) Stingray

@releaser99 - deadline. The other thing to consider about Distraction vs Clearing is that the difference only matters when you are out of the Vortex anyway. During the periods when one is Vortex-aligned, "problems" don't feel like problems...they are just neutral events in your life i.e. the judgement about them is not there because Inner Being does not judge. Now when one eventually drops out of the Vortex again, one is going to re-intersect that vibration that caused the deadline...

(30 Sep '13, 01:23) Stingray

@releaser99 - ...in the first place if it hasn't been cleaned up because your vibration stays where you last left it. That's likely to be an uncomfortable experience because the deadline that vibration physically manifested felt uncomfortable so one is going to have to Distract yet again to feel better. And then it becomes an issue of Distraction vs Clearing time management . For me, I find it time-efficient to Clean then Distract

(30 Sep '13, 01:30) Stingray
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@Nikki777 - You know what? I'll give it to you straight - You will never get the job you dream of. Period

"Overcome your uncertainties and free yourself from dwelling on sorrow. Delight in existence" ~ Buddha

Do you know why people need a crutch to help them walk? Because of their uncertainty that they are able to walk without it. And the uncertainty of being able to walk without a crutch is because of them dwelling on their sorrow. After some time, what was once helpful will become the hindrance. Crutch will help you walk, but will prevent you from running. Manifesting techniques are just like that crutch.

As for desire it can come from a place of fear or curiosity. And the outcome greatly depends on the starting point.

If it starts from Fear - which breeds sorrow. Sorrow gives birth to uncertainty. Uncertainty creates and fuel desire. Desire fueled by uncertainty is one step away from the desperate need.

If it starts from place of curiosity - which is in other words taking pure delight in existence. It creates non-attachment to the outcome thus it never turns into a desperate need for it.

Now to the point of my post, if in fact you have gotten this far and was not repelled by seemingly negative introduction of my reply.

How did you feel upon reading my statement of you never getting that job? Do you still remember it? Because this feeling will tell you from which place fear or curiosity your desire is coming from.

If you felt bad or negative (who are you to tell me, I don't have to listen to you, and other defensive like statements), it's from fear. If you were happy regardless of what I said and in fact were in peace with the possibility of you never getting that job - it's from curiosity.

The moment you reconcile with idea of your dreams never coming true, that moment all the strings and attachments that were holding you back from reaching them will break apart, you will move out of your way and have a clear road towards their manifestation ~ CalonLan


answered 24 Aug '12, 04:26

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edited 24 Aug '12, 04:36

Attachment to a desired outcome does not cause fear or sorrow, it causes love to permeate our being; it is detachment from our desired outcomes that causes fear and sorrow. Honesty is required to recognize what we truly identify and attach ourselves to.

(30 Sep '13, 01:42) flowsurfer
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