Q&A: Is Everything Really Possible?
Got a question today from a reader who wants to know exactly what’s possible when it comes to manifesting our desires …
(This is a timely subject for me since I wrote a newsletter this morning about what I manifested over the years that I didn’t believe in.)
And just yesterday I listened to Joel Osteen tell the biblical story of Sarah’s baby delivery well after her child-bearing years.
That’s an extreme example of something that I’m sure many would question.
But I think that’s what it all comes down to … what are we willing to believe in and allow?
Here’s the question that I’m turning over to you guys:
May I ask you and your readers a question?
LOA experts always claim that we can manifest absolutely everything we want, everything is possible.
But can you really manifest the seemingly “impossible” – and if so, how? Has anyone ever done that? Like, for example:
- when you would like to have a child but you are too old and have no partner and no money
- or when you would love to have a great circle of friends but you have a chronic illness and have lived in social isolation for years.
- or when you want to have your own home but have barely any money to cover your daily needs …
Is really *everything* possible to manifest?
I’d love to hear your and your readers take on that question!
I almost didn’t post this question because it seemed a rather obvious answer.
But I realized even savvy LOA creators sometimes bump into the limits of what they believe possible.
So let’s hear your thoughts … what exactly is possible for us to create and how can we prove it?
I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this one!