How much do you want your desire? What would you do to get it?
You want to be careful with that question. Often times, when we have an intense desire, we make it everything. We want it now, and we'll do just about anything to get it.
Essentially, we become like beggars to the Universe. We beg for our desires to be fulfilled.
The thing is that the Universe doesn't respond to beggars.
Have you ever seen a wealthy person beg for money? Have you seen a person in a happy relationship beg for love? Have you seen a healthy person beg for greater health?
You might say, “They don't beg for those things because they have them.”
But, to the contrary: they have them, because they didn't beg for them.
Why the Universe doesn't respond to beggars, I can't exactly tell you. Part of it is that when we beg the Universe, we are focused on the lack of that desire. But I suspect there is more to the metaphysics of asking that I cannot quite put into words, but it's not important, either, as long as you understand the basic principles.
To whom, then, does the Universe respond? It responds to equals. It responds to those who know they deserve their desire, and the only reason they don't have it yet is because we live in a linear reality, where one thing has to follow another in sequence. They know, however, that in the truest sense, the desire is already possessed.
You have to be your desire before you can ever have it. You have to make that desire not such a huge deal, not the holder of your happiness, for the Universe to listen.
The bigger the manifestation, the harder it is to do this, but I guarantee that the more you fight for your desire, the less likely you are to get it.
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