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I thought about it for a while and I'm experimenting with a new manifestation technique. It has 4 steps:

  1. request a desire and set a deadline any time within one week.
  2. Clear anything unwanted including limited beliefs
  3. Develop new beliefs with EZ Allowing sequence.
  4. Repeat the above steps until your wish manifests.


  • Make a request using the manifesting box 1 method. Set a deadline anytime within one week.

  • On the first day clear anything unwanted including, limiting beliefs with ho'oponopono or any other method that works for you. I try to use ho'oponopono as much as possible through out my day until i'm in a zen like state.

  • On the second day Use the EZ Allowing sequence "or any variation of it" to develop any beliefs you can think of:

Try do do this as many times in one day as possible until you really believe in your request.

  • Repeat the above steps as many times as possible each day until your desire manifest.

Note: you can split your hours and the type of clearing and allowing technique any way you want. It's all about what works for you.

It sounds complex but it's actually very simple if you structure it in an organized way.

I would also like some feedback on how this can improve.

Like I said I'm just testing it out to see if it works. It's basically a rough draft. And if someone has a better Idea then great. I'd be happy to hear about it. I want to learn and expand from the folks at inward quest and share some of my own insights.

Thank you

asked 11 Aug '14, 21:22

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edited 11 Aug '14, 21:49

I would also like some feedback on how this can improve

The best feedback you can get on your "Manifest-Any-Desire-In-A-Week" method is to see what happens in a week, don't you think? :)

The ultimate test of whether a method "works" or not is whether it achieves the end result you were after. It's a process of trial and error. All my own insights and experiments come from nothing more than trial and error...see what works, see what doesn't work.

And I was given the idea to use that approach directly from Abraham when we chatted some years ago about learning how to levitate.

As an IQ first, here is the recording of that chat I had with them that inspired me to get started with "deliberate manifesting" ideas:

The passport story they refer to at the end is described here: Despite feeling good most of the time, I have huge debts and can't find a job. Where am I going wrong?


answered 12 Aug '14, 04:20

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A special moment to hear your voice for the first time. You have helped so many on IQ to understand these ideas. Thank you for your wisdom, openness, patience and love.

(12 Aug '14, 10:33) Yes

Couldn't agree more with @Yes. Especially Mr Guru @Stingray's trial and error mindset and systematic approach to metaphysics attracted me to this site and got me started.

(12 Aug '14, 10:57) releaser99

@Yes - You're very welcome :)

(13 Aug '14, 03:45) Stingray

@releaser99 - "systematic approach to metaphysics" - What I've come to realize over the years - I'm a slow learner :) - is that there are levels of precision and rigor in these metaphysical subjects that easily match and surpass the most scientifically-based approaches. The problem is that, unlike a materialistic science-based approach, the (vibrational) measuring tools are not readily available but instead must be developed within one's self over a period of time and practice. It then...

(13 Aug '14, 03:48) Stingray

@releaser99 - ...becomes clear what an uphill struggle the real Gurus of our physical and non-physical realities face in trying to impart metaphysical messages to those that are searching for them but are not yet in a position to perceive the Greater Reality for themselves. It would probably be like trying to describe a beautiful sunset to someone who is blind, or a beautiful piece of music to someone who is deaf. But as one RE-develops their (vibrational) sight and hearing, the...

(13 Aug '14, 03:55) Stingray

@releaser99 - ...underlying mechanisms of how physical reality really operates start to become clearer and the materialistic approaches to unravelling it all seem so crude and rudimentary in comparison. I guess that's when we start to step outside of the cave for the first time...

(13 Aug '14, 04:05) Stingray

@Stingray Plato's allegory of the cave is really a beautiful analogy for what you have described. "the materialistic approaches to unravelling it all seem so crude and rudimentary in comparison" Recently a friend of mine (who usually is not interested in metaphysics) told me that his mother gave him a LOA book called "The Secret". And he began to tell me that he finds it interesting and how many of the principles described in that book seem to be true in his own life...

(13 Aug '14, 08:01) releaser99

...and I tried to softly hint at some underlying metaphysical principles so that he could get some pieces of the bigger picture. And he immediately tried to fit this into the scientific method and refused it. In fact, I did the same for a while when I got started. Now it seems ridiculous to me how anyone could attempt to use these "crude and rudimentary" tools of the scientific method to validate "the bigger picture"....

(13 Aug '14, 08:01) releaser99

...It feels to me like trying to fit a square as big as the USA into a toy circle. But I guess to get this idea, one has to practice a little bit and re-develop their "vibrational sight and hearing" as you've said. And the requirement of practice to re-develop seems to be the reason for me why Abraham said to you that "there has never been a crowd on the leading edge".

(13 Aug '14, 08:02) releaser99

Thank you for the answers

(13 Aug '14, 14:26) jarreau
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