Hello, hello, hello … fellow “ordinary guru seekers.” I’ve had the question that Steve asks (below), Proposed to me several times over the past few months. Let’s look at the idea of “desire” once again, the intention being to help you understand better how desire is harmful – not helpful – when it comes to making your dreams actual.
I was reading one of your past blogs. In that blog you say that we will never get what we desire.” Could you explain that for me?
Thank you, Steve B.
The reason I have written that we never get what we desire, is because of the psychological nature of desire. When you desire something, what are you saying, Steve? Are you not saying, “NO, I don’t have it”? You’re looking at the wrong end of the stick. When you desire something, you immediately set up a psychological barrier, a force of opposition. To say, “I desire that” is to say that you DO NOT have it, and immediately you set up a craving (which further intensifies the fact that you don’t have it). Hence, you experience a lack-attack, which places an even larger barrier between you and the thing you desire.
It is only when you see the outcome you are seeking as ALREADY SO, that you are at peace with it happening. Now you tear down the barrier between you and that outcome, and the Law of Attraction is able to kick into action to help you fulfill on your vision. Furthermore, answers you seek to achieve what you’ve conceived will come to you.
We are taught to think that it is important to desire what we want if we are to get it. That misinformation is the reason so many folks feel so frustrated with their lives. The Secret to Abundance is to see the outcome that you desire as REAL, in other words, as though it is ALREADY SO! With that feeling comes faith that you will achieve what you’ve conceived. And faith is the substance that fulfills on your dreams.
That’s a big one. Thanks for asking, Steve
Hey folks, what do you think?
Are you ready to let your desires go,
And look at the outcome you want
As though you KNOW it’s so?
Do that to make your dreams come true.
If you insist on living with desire
You guarantee that your dreams
Will always be out in front of you,
Always in view
But never coming to you, ever.
Blessings & Love, Rob
PS Assume your desire is an actual fact, and you’ll soon find yourself knowing exactly how to act to experience that desire as reality, not as lack.