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Abraham » Desiring what you already have, unconditional alignment etc » 7/31/2019 8:19 am

Erana
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I just received another insight that completely changes the topic. I realise I don't actually believe in my desires as much as I think - I just know things are done from an intellectual place; I don't feel it and hence the dull response. I realised this when today I thought of taking action instead of manifesting something and felt relief and excitement. This shows I think of manifesting as some difficult unpleasant chore, while action seems doable and believable. Huh. I am so surprised at myself! https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/blink.png

Abraham » Desiring what you already have, unconditional alignment etc » 7/29/2019 3:07 pm

Erana
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I just realised recently that I have been mistaking complacency with alignment. I know that anything is possible, and I believe beyond a 100% in all my desires and know that it is done and that I am guaranteed to get it. I also know that I don't really 'need' anything and that it is possible for things to be great no matter what. However, this puts me in a state of absolutely no excitement or friskiness for anything. I could think of how I am totally going to be with my sp and feel nothing and this kind of mentality makes me feel like life is boring. Happily ever after seems more like bored ever after. (Btw I am only using my sp as an example to emphatically demonstrate my point. I feel this way about everything, and not saying my poor guy is boring, far from it https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/laughing.png
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Now yesterday I tried to feel better deliberately before sleep, and was able to tap into this feeling of zest for life and excitement at just existing and feeling alive. It was addictively good. I managed to desire things I already have (both physically and vibrationally) which seems to be the key to unconditional alignment, but finding it a little difficult today.

This reminds me of something Abraham said about a woman who said she no longer wants something because she already has it. Abe then said they want us to desire things even after we manifest them and to not confuse 'desire' with a lackful yearning for things we feel we don't have.

Anyone here manage to have unconditional alignment? How do you do it? How does it feel? How do you sustain it? Anyone been in a similar situation and got over it? Let's hear it all https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png

LOA Questions and Teachings πŸ™‹ » Kind of a Crybaby » 7/14/2019 4:00 pm

Erana
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I get teary very easily too (but can also control it easily enough) and used to be very embarrassed about it and felt like that made me weak somehow. However, I am beginning to embrace that about myself. I think its good that I can feel so fully. Also, Abraham Hicks says that tears are just a way of releasing resistance - that is why we feel better upon crying when we are sad. Good feelings bring tears if we are experiencing a higher vibration than we are allowing; the power of the higher vibration then expels out the resistance via tears. This helped me think of tears more positively. Hope this helpsΒ https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png

All Challenges Here! πŸ’ͺ🏼🌈 » list 5 things you like about your ex/ or nice things your ex has done » 7/12/2019 10:33 am

Erana
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Here's a 4th set.

1. I like how he always believed in me and my dreams even when I used to give up (pre-LOA), and encouraged me to go for them.
2. I like what a well put-together man he is for his age- financially secure with a good career and good work-life balance.
3. I like that we study/work in the same field and how he doubles as a mentor and inspiration for me.
4.Β I like how he never lets me apologise for anything.
5. I like what stunning eyes he has - bright and piercing like studded jewels. Dreamy https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png

Law of Attraction Discussion » What if no contact was initiated on both parts? » 7/12/2019 4:16 am

Erana
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Interesting conversation, here's my input.https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png


I think attracting a person is only a violation of free-will if you would think the same about flirting, seducing someone, a guy chasing/wooing a girl, a politician convincing a bunch of people to vote for him, your personality and looks making someone fall in love with you etc. Law of attraction is always working, whether we are aware of it or not, like gravity. That is how you got your relationship and that is how you attracted problems into your relationship.

We think it's the actions that are causing things to happen, but it's not: it's always our vibrations that cause things. That is why when one guy is chasing after us, we find it really exciting and romantic while when another guy does pretty much the same things, we find it annoying or even creepy. It's because in the first case we were attracting feeling-good and wanted, while in the other case we were attracting annoyance or a feeling of being unsafe. It can also be said that the first guy was feeling confident and like having fun, so he attracted you who was also in a higher vibration and would help him feel even better, while the second guy was in a vibration of being needy and desperate and attracted you when you were also at a lower vibration and thus your rejection would make him feel even worse.

At the end of the day, we are constantly influencing others and being influenced by others in this co-creative dance.
At the end of the day, this reality isn't real or concrete and is but an illusion like a lucid dream where anything is possible - a playpen really. We are truly vibrational beings of pure-energy who are using this 'reality' to manifest things and experience them physically and to have fun. No event of cosmic importance hinges upon our decisions such that we need to protect them from outside influence. I will cite an example that Esther (the channel for Abraham gave). I don't remember exact de

LOA Questions and Teachings πŸ™‹ » Help manifesting a 'normal' life » 7/05/2019 1:58 pm

Erana
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Thank you fizzy for your response and encouragement. I managed to work through (or rather allow) several fears and now am feeling way better than I have in a while. The big breakthrough was realising I CAN control how I feel - so I no longer felt powerless against my own feelings. https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png


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All Challenges Here! πŸ’ͺ🏼🌈 » list 5 things you like about your ex/ or nice things your ex has done » 7/05/2019 1:50 pm

Erana
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... and more https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/grin.png


1. I love that we make such a perfect couple that others could tune in to it in order to 'ship' us from day one and tell us what a gorgeous and well-matched couple we'd make.
2. I love his perfectly trimmed beard - somehow halfway between stubble and proper beard.https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png

3. I like how he sometimes loses track of whatever he is doing to just stare at me and I have to 'wake' him out of it.Β 
4. I like how protective he is about me, but without being stifling.
5. I like that he loved me enough to not give up on me. I wasn't interested in starting relationships in general, but the guy spent three years convincing me until it worked.https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/grin.png

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LOA Questions and Teachings πŸ™‹ » Comparison, competition and wanting to be the best » 7/03/2019 4:22 am

Erana
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Hi Fizzy, thank you! It's good to hear that. I see now that it is the same as manifesting anything else. I am manifesting a SP too and I know it's done, and therefore neither pay attention to nor get upset at any physical 'evidence' to the contrary. Similarly, I can take for granted that I am the best in my class (or whatever else) and not be swayed by what happens around me.

I also came across this idea from an old post in another forum that no one else really has the same exact desire as we do - not in the same way we want it, for the same reasons. That also really helped dispel the idea of competition - that no one's really out there trying to take anything from me. We are all non-physical energy beings working towards our own very unique special goals. https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png

LOA Questions and Teachings πŸ™‹ » Comparison, competition and wanting to be the best » 7/02/2019 11:43 am

Erana
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Hi all,

I know that the idea of competition is an illusion; there is no shortage and the resources of the Universe are infinite. I know that there is only us - the Universe - and there isn't any other being or power to take things away from us.

However, what if my desire is to be the best at something. Maybe I want to be the best student in my class or my university for instance. Is it wrong/illogical to have such a desire to be 'better' than others or be 'special' if we are all one?

I want to be someone who happily uplifts others rather than one who feels threatened by other's achievements, but at the same time I still want to be the 'best' at whatever I do. How do I reconcile all these ideas?

Thanks in advance for the responses! https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png

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All Challenges Here! πŸ’ͺ🏼🌈 » list 5 things you like about your ex/ or nice things your ex has done » 7/01/2019 8:14 am

Erana
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5 more things then! https://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons3/smile.png


1. I like how adorably shy he gets sometimes.
2. I like how absolutely 'chill' he is, and how he lifts the mood of a room full of people just by walking in.
3. I like how open and friendly he is with everyone.
4. I like how mischievous and playful he is.
5. I like how courteous and gentlemanly he is towards women.
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