I’ve really not paid a lot of attention to signs in the recent past. Largely I’ve known what I wanted, and I knew that I was going to get it. But currently I have a decision I’m trying to make which has been quite difficult. My intuition is speaking very loudly about the decision I […]
In today’s Spiritual Freedom Support Call, we discuss such topics as the role of the ego, why we incarnate in the physical world, how to find your true desires, whether “selfish” desires are okay, and how exactly to define white vs. black magic.
In this week’s support call, we discuss a range of topics, including allowing your desire to become ordinary, working with parallel realities to manifest your desires, and the importance of trust in the law of attraction.
Some people seem to think that manifesting is difficult. Do you actively try to manifest your desire, or do you just let go and let the Universe do its thing? Do you visualize daily, or ask once and don’t bring it up again? Do you have confidence that it is coming, or do you foster detachment in the result?
I understand there’s a bit of confusion. And I think it really stems from two basic different types of manifesting: the passive and the active.
Okay, not very original. I’ll give niftier names later on.
But, which is “better”? Which should you use? Which gives the best results?
You know pretty well how to manifest in your own life. But, now the question is, could you manifest in someone else’s life, too?
Perhaps you want your crush to love you in return. Or, you just want to help a friend or family member recover from illness. Whatever the motivation is, this is a question that is often asked.
I’ve seen many different answers to this out there. The overall consensus has been, only if they’re a match to whatever you’re trying to manifest for them. If the sick person is a match to health, then your attempts can have a significant effect. But if they’re not, then it probably won’t.
But, as always, I like to explore such issues and come to my own conclusion.
This topic comes from a question that CJ sent me. Here’s the question:
Can one person’s intent influence another? eg. Can person A pray for person B who is across the other side of the planet and who is unaware of person A’s intent, and person B heals?