Infrequently Asked Questions


There’s a myth about manifesting that is rarely questioned. Contrary to what many have been led to believe, the manifestation process is not about generating more stuff in your life. The purpose of the manifestation process is to manifest, and maximise, your spiritual potential. To be the best version of yourself, starting from the inside out. Nothing more than that.

If you manage to collect material possessions along the way, well then, as you know, collecting stuff is a choice. Dealing with the consequences of maximising your spiritual potential and at the same time managing the temptations associated with accumulating and maintaining the stuff can be a challenge. Maybe that’s why the Buddha walked away from his stuff. If you can achieve both then you might be tempted to think that you’re doing better than the Buddha himself.

The purpose of the manifestation process is to manifest and maximise your spiritual potential. To be the best version of yourself, starting from the inside out.
Self reflection is good for a soul in danger of falling out of alignment with manifesting their true self.
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Accumulating the stuff you desire is not meant to be a reflection of spiritual self esteem. It doesn’t necessarily indicate spiritual authority, or reflect your spiritual power.

Manifesting non-stuff can mean that you believe in yourself and your ability to bring out the best in others. But manifesting physical possessions might indicate that you want the stuff around you to correspond to the level of your self worth. And you want the world to know about it. Maybe you use your stuff to demonstrate how well you believe in yourself and how much you deserve it.

If this sounds like you, then now might be a good opportunity for self reflection. Here are some infrequently asked questions to ponder:

  1. How well would you believe in yourself if you didn’t have your stuff around to remind you?
  2. How strong would your self worth be if you lost your money, influence and popularity?
  3. What would happen if you became the metaphorical no body?
  4. Do you have the resilience to cope and recover?
  5. What do you need to do next?

Self reflection is good for the soul. Especially for a soul in danger of falling out of alignment with the true purpose of the manifestation process.

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