I like to analyze and logic things out before I accept it as truth. Is this going to hinder my results in the manifestation process. For example if I want a new car, I start off with what are the chances of me getting the car. Then I will consider how much money I have in the bank and how much I can save in the next year or so. Then I can say for sure that I can manifest a new car within a year. Is this advisable and do we increase our chances if we apply logic?
asked 31 Mar '10, 20:05
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The problem with using your logic with this - is that a person tends to limit it to their OWN past experiences - or at MOST the experience of others...at least those that they know (which itself is limited by selective perception).
Due to that - the chances you are calculating are not based on all possible circumstances - or frankly, even a handful of them. Thus, they are deceitful.
In your example, you are only allowing the possible option of paying for the car ... and that after saving for a year. This is based on a lump sum you might currently be able to save. But - you do not know what is going to happen in the future.* Your money situation could change.
You could outright lose that source of income. Then I have to ask you - upon that basis - was your "chance" of manifesting it through that route for sure, like you'd have concluded? Certainly not. Thus, it is actually illogical to base your idea of chances on such "logic".
The actual chance of you manifesting it - if you are aligned - is 100%.
Why go through the trouble of saving money for a year - and taking money you already have stashed away - to buy a car you "manifested?" How is that really different from what everyone else does? You can do that through action alone, without having to go through the trouble of allowing it. That route is only necessary if you believe it is.
It -can- be helpful in the respect that you said - for sure you could manifest it. That conclusion and feeling will line you up with it. But as I hope I pointed out - that conclusion reached is faulty on your premise (although - is actually a correct conclusion) But for most people, frankly - it's not helpful. Because they limit how something could come, and get in the way with what is 'realistic.'
*This was an assumption. One of the best ways you can get an idea of what is going to happen in your future is when you are actually making something happen in your future. :)
answered 01 Apr '10, 04:25
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See here: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/1232/can-an-analytical-or-intellectual-mind-be-more-of-a-hindrance-on-our-spiritual-jo
and here: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/2484/what-is-the-function-of-the-intellect-within-the-context-of-reality-creation
Thanks for the reference Vesuvius