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Is it ok to ask for what we want?

Updated: Oct 22, 2019

Is it greedy/selfish/wrong/non-spiritual to desire more (especially when there are people in the world starving in massive LACK)?

Here’s the thing:

You cannot get poor enough to help the poor.

You cannot get sick enough to help the sick.

And you cannot repress your desires (and vibration) and expect to help raise the consciousness of the planet. Right now, if you are living anything less than what your heart REALLY desires right now, it doesn’t really FEEL GOOD, does it?

It’s draining. It’s distracting. And you might even be lying to yourself and telling yourself that you really don’t want it.


This is NOT serving you - or the planet for that matter. When I was younger, I thought that if I showered less, I would be helping to save water and save the planet.

But then someone reminded me: you can’t get dirty enough to ‘save the planet.’

I was just on an airplane flying back from a trip to Arizona and I remember when they made the announcement about putting your own oxygen mask on first…

And THIS is exactly like that!

You manifesting your desires inspires those around you to step up and have everything they desire and more! It’s NOT wrong or greedy or non-spiritual to desire more in life.

In fact, it’s WHY you were put on this planet. You are made of the same consciousness that created the cosmos. Which means you have the same possibility of creation within your body and soul.

It’s SELFISH for you to NOT do this work. >> You MUST put yourself first and Manifest what you DESIRE. << THAT is how you change the planet and become an inspiration to your family, your friends and your community.

The more I manifest, the more I inspire you, am I right? Now it’s YOUR turn.

You can become an inspiration and a leader within your (spiritual) community. It’s my mission to teach YOU how to use Manifestation in your personal and professional life so that you can use it for the REST OF YOUR LIFE and teach the knowledge to others.

Contact me to find out more.

Inspired by E. Synclair

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