What Your Absent Desires Are Telling You
Enjoy this guest post from Greg Kuhn, the Law of Attraction Science Guy:
Do 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.
As 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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