Someone just wrote me an interesting question…
I’ve just finished reading The Attractor Factor, and enjoyed its easy style and simple instructions for manifesting your desires. Having read your five step process, I then got confused by the inclusion of the intentional meditation. My confusion is this:
There’s a contradiction between deciding, picturing and letting go, versus, stating what you want and picturing it repeatedly. Which is right? Are they both right, in different ways?
I’ve browsed through some articles on your website www.mrfire.com and found this quote from Joe Sugarman – “You don’t want to dwell on what you’ve just let go or keep visualizing it or even keep thinking about it. Why?… because it interferes with the perfection of the Universe to manifest exactly what you want to accomplish”.
Other writers have said the same thing, as I’m sure you know repeatedly asking for something just reinforces the lack of it. Yet, self-hypnosis techniques emphasize the repeated visualization of a desired goal.
Now, you are both a hypnotherapist and an adept manifestor. May I ask what you do, what works for you? And any other thoughts you might have on the matter?
With best regards, and sincere appreciation of what you are doing for people.
What’s the answer?
As I explain in the book, The Attractor Factor, you can have whatever you want as long as you don’t want it.
What that means is this: You can have whatever you want as long as you don’t need it.
The idea is to be non-attached to it. If you need something to manifest, you are actually sending out an energy of desperation. Well, desperation just leads to more desperation. Need just leads to more need.
You want to be in the spirit of letting go — which is the fifth step in The Attractor Factor process. You can visualize and focus and repeatedly say you want something, and the process will work as long as you are detached from the outcome of it.
This is an advanced concept in the art of manifestation, so don’t let it make you too dizzy.
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