Q&A: When You Really Need It?
Which is why it’s wise to drop the need whenever we realize it’s in play.
This last week a couple readers have asked the same question that goes something like this:
But what about when you really need it?
One example is a woman two weeks away from being homeless. She’s in a constant state of worry, sobs every day about her predicament, and has had no success in her fundraising or money making efforts.
When she hears my advice to drop the need, it falls very flat.
Her specific question is:
When it’s a case of survival, how do you detach from the outcome and keep your vibration up?
Another reader reports that a critical lifestyle change depends on her ex-husband’s cooperation, and that without his agreement nothing happens. (Moving to another state with the children.) So she really truly needs his consent, she writes.
Another reader’s dire situation also involves financial necessity … his company is on the verge of bankruptcy if he doesn’t get an injection of cash asap.
So guys, the question is to you:
What would you advise a fellow creator in a desperate situation who can’t see a way to drop the “need”?