For a long time, I noticed a certain abyss, if you will, that separated people from getting their major manifestations. Whether or not they could cross this abyss, depended on how desperate they were and how willing they were to let go of their attachments.
What’s this abyss?
On one side, you have someone who really wants what they want, and think about their desire largely in terms of not having it.
On the other side, you have someone who is aligned with their desire, and for whom it quickly and effortlessly manifests.
I call it an abyss because getting from one side to the other seemed impossible for some. The more they wanted what they wanted, the less likely they were to cross that abyss and actually align with it.
And yes I’m using the occult term “abyss” semi-deliberately. It fits my purposes.
The point is, for a long time I struggled with how to help people to cross that abyss between wanting and having.
I could tell almost immediately how difficult someone would find this process, and whether they were likely to be successful or not.
If they were desperate and trying very hard to get what they wanted, chances were they wouldn’t successfully cross to the other side of that abyss.
But unfortunately, I had no reliable way for helping them to cross. If they weren’t already pretty likely to initially, I had no idea how to help them across.
Those who weren’t likely to succeed, held onto their desires like a drowning man holding a rope.
No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t seem to convince them to let go. And yet I knew that letting go was the only reliable way across the abyss to having what they wanted.
But recently, I think I’ve figured it out.
I don’t think it’ll be any easier for many people, but I at least know the mechanism for crossing that abyss.
Essentially, what keeps you stuck on the wrong side of the abyss is trying very hard to get what you want.
The more people want something, the more they tend to try very hard to get it.
They might visualize a lot, use affirmations, try to release a lot of resistance, take massive action, or do anything else that they believe will get them what they want quickly.
All of that, even the releasing resistance, will keep them stuck on the “wanting” side of the abyss, unable to cross to having.
The only reliable way I’ve found is to actually stop trying so hard.
Stop with all the processes. Stop thinking about it day-in and day-out. Stop “trying” to manifest it at all.
All the trying and efforting just speeds up your negative momentum, which increases your pain even more.
But if you would just stop trying so hard, just for a little while, that momentum would slow down significantly, and you could reach the tipping point to the positive.
Of course, the more entrenched you are on the “wanting” side of the abyss, the less willing you will be to let go.
You want your desire now, right this instant if possible, and you want to know the exact steps to get it as soon as humanly possible.
You don’t want to let go. That hurts far too much to even consider.
Yet your willingness to do exactly this determines how successful you will be in crossing the abyss to having your desire.
That’s up to you, whether you’re willing to let go or not.
The best way to let go is to practice what I call non-doing.
That’s why I’m now offering a masterclass to help you to do exactly that, called Creating from Non-Doing.
It’ll give you the tools you need to cross the abyss from “wanting” to “having”, so you can effortlessly manifest whatever it is you desire.
Do you want to remain stuck chasing your desire? Or would you like to let go and have it?
If the latter, sign up for this class and learn how to cross the abyss.