Are your goals supposed to be effortless, or do they require some structural tension?
I've noticed lately that my posts have been on one end or the other of this particular spectrum.
On the more effortless end, I've discussed why you need to not want your goals so much, how to create an effortless path to your goal, and how to stop focusing so much on doing.
Meanwhile on the more tension-oriented end, I've talked about the importance of investing energy and resources in your goals, the need for resistance in the manifestation process, and the need for goal statements.
With all of my posts, the information comes through from a very deep source—one could almost call it channeling, but I don't like to call it that. Information just appears and I know it's true, and when I apply it to my own life, of course, it works.
So I had no doubt in the veracity of all these posts and the ideas expressed therein. But there had to be a resolution to this seeming conflict.
So I went within and meditated on this issue. And within a couple of days, I had the answer.
This is what I will discuss in this post.