Is it possible to add a new heading and instructions for frequently asked questions, and answers for the Newcomers to the Law of Attraction Manifesting Experience -1? So that the Newcomer would have a better understand of how the process works, and how to get the best advantage of the process, and mostly to avoid frustration, and disappointment.
Example we can generate some ideas from questions asked: What are the most common questions asked by Newcomers to the Law of Attraction, and Why? We can get some answers to put together some instructions, and answers for the Newcomer to read and refer to for commonly asked questions. What do you think?
Honestly, I think it would make a big difference to the people who are learning about the Law of Attraction and Manifesting Experience - 1 for the first time.
Is anyone willing to take on this project to set up a New page for Commonly asked Questions, and Answers to Welcome our Newcomers to the Manifesting Experience -1?
asked 24 Feb '10, 01:36
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Barry Allen ♦♦
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The question has been closed for the following reason "Not a real question" by Barry Allen 30 Dec '11, 11:34
This is a puzzling question and answer thread. :)
Firstly, Lorraine, I've never seen anything to buy or sell on this website...there isn't even any advertising! Perhaps you are getting Inward Quest confused with somewhere else?
There was a brief bit of spam here about Ormus a few days ago, which Vesuvius mentioned, which someone tried to sneakily post onto the website. That has been deleted now by the site moderators.
Secondly, Vee, I wrote that particular posting regarding Manifesting-Experiment-1. It's just a simple and free method to help people manifest what they want. People are welcome to try it or not try it. It was just something I thought would be helpful to people. And it does seem to have generated some interest.
But it's only one posting out of hundreds on this website. And I don't see any reason why it should now become the exclusive focus of this website.
Everyone will find their own way to relate to their own spiritual nature whether through a religious approach, a Law of Attraction approach, a shamanistic approach, an academic philosophical approach or whatever.
They are all valid approaches in my view and no particular one needs to be promoted as the right approach because there is no single right approach for everybody.
What's right for you is whatever you believe is right for you at that time.
What is nice about this website is that it hosts a large number of interactions between diverse viewpoints (and diverse people) and the system that runs the website manages to keep those interactions on a generally friendly level.
This means we have an ability here to allow often opposing viewpoints to be aired side-by-side in a fairly neutral format without descending into the abuse and chaos that is prevalent in many other internet forums.
I think this is a unique aspect of this website and I don't see any reason to change it.
Vee, if you feel that there is not enough information on this website for newcomers to the Law of Attraction to read then why don't you ask some questions about it?
The system that runs the site will automatically index those questions and relate them...but it will also do that automatically for any other belief system too, which is a good thing from my point of view. :)
answered 24 Feb '10, 06:50
(24 Feb '10, 14:44) Vesuvius
I am starting to get the impression that this site is being used to SELL things rather than SEEK things ???
Why don't you put your Law of Attracting Manifesting experience to the test - if it is that good it should work.
And if this is just a smart 'sales pitch' site, please let me know and I will be happy to leave.
answered 24 Feb '10, 02:04
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I'm confused by your comment...Vee is referring to this question: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/2915/manifesting-experiment-1-how-to-get-what-you-want-effortlessly. It's just an experiment; Vee has not posted a link to a website selling products, and Stingray (the poster of the original question) doesn't even get reputation points for his question, since it is marked Community Wiki.
(24 Feb '10, 02:16) Vesuvius
So nobody stands to gain anything by the experiment except better insight. Are you somehow offended by the manifestation concept itself?
(24 Feb '10, 02:17) Vesuvius
I take offence at smart people who use 'unusual methods' to trap the gullible. I acted instinctually in this case. And then rationally when I see that to the right there is a whole looong list of questions related to this subject. I did wonder if there are booksellers affiliated to this site ?? Humble and heartfelt apologies if I got it all wrong. But I am sworn to come to the aid of the defenceless. And for the record, I sincerely hope that I am wrong.
(24 Feb '10, 03:18) Inactive User ♦♦
The links on the right hand side are questions that were chosen because they match the tags that the asker of this question put on their question (actually, I edited the tags to make them more appropriate to the website). The resulting list is (hopefully) a list of questions that are somewhat related to the question that was asked.
(24 Feb '10, 04:50) Vesuvius
The only posting that I have seen that was commercial in nature was an answer posted to this question: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/4279/ormus-experiences-anybody-here-familiar-with-this-substance, advertising their Ormus product. That posting has since been deleted by our illustrious moderator and spiritualist-in-chief, Barry Allen. So no, we do not take kindly to people who want to use this website as a platform for their cause or product, but that doesn't happen very often.
(24 Feb '10, 04:52) Vesuvius
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Okay - got over my grump. Question... if you did set up something different for one particular line of thought, would that not give added weight to that subject? On a Quest it is better if people are not shuttled along a highway of someone elses though processes but are left free to roam and discover for themselves.
This forum does tend to move really fast, I find it hard to keep up with whats going on, so I understand some of the problems you staff may have. Must say I do prefer the threads divided into sections format.
Vesuvius - did you blow your stack too at one time? :) Haven't been game to ask you up to now.
answered 24 Feb '10, 05:10
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I don't recall blowing my stack...I do occasionally call people out when what they're saying makes no sense, or their questions make unsubstantiated assumptions.
(24 Feb '10, 16:07) Vesuvius
Sorry Vesuvius... that was my Aussie humour - it was merely my way of asking how or why you chose your nom-de-plume (pen name). Mt Vesuvius - the volcano?
(24 Feb '10, 21:59) Inactive User ♦♦
Ah, well you got me. :) A complete explanation of the name "Vesuvius" is posted in my profile, here: http://www.inwardquest.com/users/264/vesuvius
(25 Feb '10, 01:05) Vesuvius
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I think newcomers can find and read Stingray's question (http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/2915/manifesting-experiment-1-how-to-get-what-you-want-effortlessly) for themselves, just like you did. Since Google indexes this site, I don't believe further promotion of Stingray's question is needed.
In addition, there are numerous websites available that have this information...If the student is ready, the teacher will appear.
Vee: As has already been said, the site software automatically categorizes and relates similar topics so there is no need to set up specific areas for things like this.