What Your Absent Desires Are Telling You

July 31, 2014 | 9 Comments »

Enjoy this guest post from Greg Kuhn, the Law of Attraction Science Guy:

Greg Kuhn, Law of Attraction Science GuyDo you, like me, agree with the following statement? “I’ll see it when I believe it.”

Dr. Wayne Dyer was the first person I heard say that many years ago. Last month I saw that statement written as uplifting graffiti across the side of a building in Miami.

“I’ll see it when I believe it” is becoming more and more part of our conventional wisdom. And, if you’re like me, I’ll bet that sentiment is more than a feel-good philosophy. I’ll bet you not only know it’s true, you also seek to live its truth every day.

You are a part of our changing paradigms, the reasons we do things the way we do them. Call it the law of attraction, deliberate creation, intentional manifestation, conscious living, etc. We no longer doubt the truth of seeing it when we believe it because we have put that through the true litmus test for any idea: we have seen its accuracy in the proving grounds of our lives.

So, allow me to reveal a perhaps audacious proposal.

If “I’ll see it when I believe it” is true, then what does that mean if I don’t “see” it? Whatever “it” might be? If I don’t see it, there is no other conclusion than I must not believe it, correct?

So here is my proposal: what does this tell us about “it”? This tells us that “it” is simply information.

Information about what we do believe or what we don’t.

Seeing “it” in this manner, as merely information about our beliefs, gives us both incredible freedom and amazing power. It frees us from having to struggle and focus upon actions which will allow us to have “it.” Why?

Because if we’re not “seeing” “it,” we know that we don’t believe “it.” Yet. And that’s all that the absence of “it” in our life is telling us.

The absence of “it” isn’t telling you that you are a bad person. Nor that you are unworthy. And it’s most certainly not telling you that you’ve done something wrong or that you’re being punished.

The absolute only thing the absence of “it” in your life is telling you is that you don’t yet believe “it”; your beliefs are not yet aligned with “it.” And that information is pure gold because it is alerting us to the one true key for manifesting any material experience in a way that is more pleasing and more aligned with our conscious desires: our beliefs being out of alignment.

You see, the quantum field can do nothing else except reflect our beliefs back to us in the form of our own unique individual universe. Our material experiences can be nothing else but a mirror-perfect reflection of our beliefs. We can never fool the quantum field and the quantum field can never get its reflections wrong.

And the best news for us is this: we can change our beliefs. Our beliefs are subjective and replaceable.

Grow a Greater You, Greg KuhnAs long as we know how to work with our subconscious brain, where our beliefs are stored and guarded, we can create any new beliefs we desire. Especially beliefs aligned with our desired outcomes, which produce much more pleasing reflections.

Best-selling author, Greg Kuhn, is the publisher of the Why Quantum Physicists… book series. Known as the “Law of Attraction Science Guy,” Greg helps people finally manifest the “big stuff.” His newest book, Why Quantum Physicists Play “Grow a Greater You,” shares how our universe works and how you can truly live the most fulfilling life humanly possible.

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9 Responses to “ What Your Absent Desires Are Telling You ”

  1. Sabeen says:

    I love this concept of manifestations as information. It completely takes the judgement out of anything that’s happening – it just “is”, and then you can decide what you want to do with that information in order to proceed. Love it!

  2. Blondewizard says:

    Love this post!! Looking at deliberate creatinon from this point of view is very helpful! It’s like taking a shortcut to the manifestation of your desires and anything you’d like to create. When you focus on just believing it as opposed to the energy of trying to make it happen, it like a flow of allowing!!!!Getting there quicker with the same results if not better results!!!

    Thank you!

  3. Melody says:

    I love this Greg! My philosophy exactly (so I am seeing what I believe right here:). Failure is not failure. It’s only feedback. No big deal. I have been thinking about getting your new book. This tipped me over the edge.

  4. jennifer says:

    I so needed to see this right now!!

    you wouldn’t believe how much! lol 🙂

  5. Well, I actually do not like that statement at all 🙂

    Seeing is a limitation, as it requires a comparison with something our eyes and brain know how to recognize. Your eyes cannot see the space between the molecules of the objects which is why you “believe” the object is solid when 80% of it is actually space.

    To believe something means that you have to repeat a thought over and over so much that you automatically think it.

    A thought is a contraction, it does not come from our awareness or the universe, it is a computation based on what we already know. Repeating it over and over means you have to “force it” somehow, it is not natural yet. And automatic means you will go to that belief first even when you receive “proof” that the belief is incorrect.

    I would rather ask, what would it take for X to show up with ease?

    Heehee

  6. fs says:

    love it Sophie!

  7. Beth says:

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! What a great way to stand back from our obviously mixed emotions and put some science into our LOA practice! Why is it so easy to forget how EASY this is?! Lol. Great stuff!

  8. Greg Kuhn says:

    Thanks, everyone, for your feedback. I’m honored to be given opportunities to be of value to you.

    Sophie, thank you for your comment. The use of “seeing” is semantics. Seeing is being used here to refer to a material experience; although we will sometimes, literally, see (or not see) “things”, the use of that word is also metaphoric.

    A belief is a repeated thought. However, once we are adults, repeating thoughts will not build new beliefs. This is because our beliefs are stored in our subconscious brain and our subconscious brain must be helped if we wish to build new beliefs. It’s a lot like teaching a puppy to walk on a leash.

    I use the term “helped” because of how our subconscious brain functions; our subconscious brain carefully guards our existing beliefs and will certainly never allow any overly positive thought (or conscious, uplifting, thought-based quantum leaps) to have any effect upon changing our beliefs.

    This phenomena is precisely why positive affirmations almost never work to manifest the “big stuff”. The “big stuff” absent from our lives, which causes suffering, is missing precisely because our beliefs are not aligned with it. And, while it is natural for us to attempt to build aligned beliefs by using positive affirmations and conscious positive thought, such efforts will almost always result in continued absence and frustration.

    The paradox, of course, is this: if we had beliefs aligned with the absent desires we’re attempting to use positive affirmations to align our beliefs with, we’d never be using positive affirmations on those beliefs in the first place. Because we’d already be enjoying their manifestation!

    I’m glad you shared what you did. Thank you. I simply want to clarify the article and extrapolate upon these things.

    To the God in YOU all!

  9. Lin E says:

    My favorite part: “We can never fool the quantum field and the quantum field can never get its reflections wrong.”

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