I tend to change my tastes pretty regularly, often contradicting my previous preferences. Because of this I am hesitant to attempt manifesting any major changes in my life.

I have been trying to find a way to decide if the things I want are just passing fancies or genuine desires that are worth pursuing, other than endlessly racking my brain in circles ad nauseam.

Is it unwise / unnecessary to be precatious when it comes to using the LOA?

asked 24 Feb '12, 04:54

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edited 24 Feb '12, 07:51

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Barry Allen ♦♦

I don't think there is a definite answer to this question - everyone is different to some extent. The thing here to note is that you will never know whether the thing you want is really what you want until you have achieved it or gotten it.

For instance, you might have just graduated from college and planning to go to a university, but you do not know what course you would like to take. So you decide on Course A for instance based on the opinions or feedback from the people around you - but the ironic part here is that you will never know how Course A feels like until you are doing it.

The same goes for owning an expensive automobile or a large mansion... if you do not have an expensive automobile or large mansion yet you might think that you would like to have them.. but the moment you managed to get them - you might have a completely different feeling.

So what's the morale of these 2 examples ? You can never be sure whether what you want now is what you want in the future.. and since the Universe is supposed to answer all of your desires - why worry so much and just enjoy the journey!


answered 24 Feb '12, 08:31

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Trust the present moment and know that you will know when you know. If you are not sure, allow into your consciousness the intention of, "for my highest and best". Either way, it's always in your highest and best:) Throughout life, you will continue experiencing and discovering your self. It is what it is. I have had plenty of experiences that I'm glad to have experienced but I'm also glad to have moved on. They served their purpose in the present moment in terms of learning and growing, but I don't need to experience those things again cause now I know. Life unfolds with each present moment. Peace


answered 24 Feb '12, 05:17

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edited 24 Feb '12, 10:23

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