The Attachment Quiz
Because some manifestors aren’t sure whether they’re experiencing attachment or not.
It’s easy to fool ourselves in thinking we’re clean and clear when really ‘need’ is running full force in the background.
And since it can kink the alignment, it’s good to shake yourself free of it.
Turns out there’s an easy way to tell whether we’re attached to results or not.
Just answer this simple yes or no question:
Are you fine either way?
Meaning, if your desire manifests or not, are you good no matter what? Can you be happy and at peace no matter how things turn out?
- If yes, you’re free of attachment.
- If no, you’re flowing it. (The stronger the no, the more attachment is present.)
Here’s an example of what that looks like in real life:
In You Are the Placebo Joe Dispenza tells the story of a woman who worked for several years to reprogram herself to be free of a disease she’d had since a teenager. She made some progress, but felt foiled when a urine test indicated presence of the disease.
She picked herself off the floor, resumed her reprogramming work, and went in for another test a couple months later.
In her words: “I peed in a cup, handed the nurse the bag, and walked out … I let go of the result – entirely. I was okay, deep down inside, with either outcome. It enabled me to forget about it entirely, because I wasn’t expecting anything. I felt happy, in fact, obsessively grateful. I stopped analyzing and just trusted.”
Two weeks later her results came in totally normal, for the first time in her life.
That’s what it looks like to be unattached to results.
Let’s be clear …
… dropping attachment doesn’t mean you stop having desires. (You can want something without having to have it. And that is a sweet spot to manifest from.)
You can have preferences without depending on them for your well-being. Being free of attachment doesn’t mean you don’t have any dreams or desires. It just means you’re fine either way.
And that you know how to enjoy life no matter what. That’s what it means to be liberated from external circumstances for how you feel.
And when you live from that place, you’re a magnet for more good things to unfold.
PS – we’re reviewing You Are the Placebo at this month’s LOA Book Club at GVU. You’re invited to join us if you feel so inspired!