The Hidden Clause

When you sign up for the manifestation process, there’s a clause hiding in it that is easy to overlook: “You have to be careful what you wish for because you might just get it.” You might even get more than you asked for.

Your desire to be successful, famous, popular or respected in your field, and the fulfilment of these kinds of wishes, contain lessons tailored to suit you and your life circumstances.

If you want to be successful, you will also need to become an expert at managing failure.  If you want to be popular, then you will need to master the art of being unpopular. If you want to be famous, you will need to become adept at being invisible. If you want to be respected in your field, then you will also need to know how to manage being ignored by those that matter.

You can’t let these things deter you. Life is not meant to be lopsided or one sided. You fear trouble, so you want to avoid it, but once you commit to a spiritually holistic and conscious life,  you have actually signed up for the whole experience, not half of it.  When you decide you want to manifest something in your life, be aware that you have signed up for more than what you think. You have to learn to take the bad with the good. You have to be a master at it.

Whatever you desire, if you need it, then you will get it. Your soul needs the lesson that accompanies your desire, so the fulfillment of it will provide you with enough opportunities to learn. Your task is to master the lesson in a timely manner and then move on. You don’t have to repeat your high school diploma or your degree once you’ve graduated, so why would you remain, or even re-enrol, in a life lesson that you have mastered?  This is why bad things and good things always come to an end. When you’ve passed the test contained within your desire, then you can move on to your next desire and the lessons to be found there.

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