posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:29 AM
Originally posted by Kurius
reply to post by crankyoldman
Sounds interesting....please illustrate by example. Are you saying if I project myself as a trillionaire, I can buy the Bill Gates' mansion plus a
fridge full of Haagen-Dazs ice cream without finding myself in a straight-jacket and getting locked up?
This is a wild oversimplification, as is the Secret etc. Desire is the LEAST important ingredient in the process of manifestation. What people fail to
understand is the conflict that resides within: we all want to be millionaires, but few are - why? While I may "want" this, there is well more
conflict in me in the form of programming that says no in many ways: can't, won't, too stupid, too old, and so on. People fail to take into account
the Soul's reason for expressing through the body as well; I came to the earth plane to do and experience xyz, not abc. So while I'd love to be on
the Olympic Springboard Diving Team AND win a meddle, my Soul's original intention for my current expression does not include that, so despite me
"really, really, really" wanting AND deserving a diving medal, it isn't going to happen.
The energy from within is expressed and is then seen on the outside. Think movie projector, the film is what projects the image on the screen, but
once on the screen, the image cannot be change from the screen itself. Yet, the "law of attraction" folks figure you can change the screen just by
being positive. In fact, you need to change the film, and few know about this process let alone how to do it. What's worse, the law of attraction
folks figure what one hit negates a million misses, and often, their hit is simply mental gymnastics: they really stretch the notion of credibility
when they make the connections.
There are ways to change what you project in some cases, in others the process is impossible for a myriad of reasons, none of which are ever covered
in the law of attraction folks' handbook.