What is it you want?
You probably know the answer to that pretty easily. More money, a good relationship, a better-paying job, good health, etc. Very likely, your desire falls under one of those categories.
But why aren't you getting the things you want?
I've said before that wanting and having are mutually exclusive. The feeling of wanting is incompatible with that of having the thing you desire.
But many people are confused by this point: they don't know how to get to that place of having, instead of wanting, especially when it feels so much as though you do need that goal.
So here is the secret: you haven't made your goal into a vision.
When it's a goal, not a vision, you feel lack. You feel resistant. You push against the lack of the goal, and hold that lack in existence.
But what exactly does all this mean? I'll show you in today's post.