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Why do we fall?

I was watching the movie Batman Begins the other day. I wasn't watching it for any particular reason, it just happened to be on the TV, my wife said she hadn't seen it, and I had some free time.

There was a quote in the movie that struck me as particularly meaningful to much that is going on in people's lives right now. I often get spiritual advice from songs, movies, etc. so when something catches my attention in that way, I take notice.

Why do others start feeling worse when you start feeling better?

There is a fascinating phenomenon that occurs when someone (often in a relationship) starts to feel better - it often starts to make others around them feel worse, even angry and upset.

I've noticed this many times over the years in the lives of others (even in my own life also).

This is a phenomenon that I have come to call Clattering.

The Universe matches feelings, not subjects

When people first start investigating Law of Attraction ideas, they often make the mistake of thinking that whatever topic they think about is what the Universe is responding to.

For example, if they think about a big house then the Universe will start manifesting big houses into their life.

Actually, it's not quite as simple as that.

When will I receive my manifestation?

It's only natural. You've done all the "vibrational work" you think you need to do to get what you want.

But where is it? When is it going to come?

What are the requirements for attracting what you want into your life as quickly as possible?

How to live forever

This is probably going to be one of my more mind-stretching postings - so you have been warned đŸ™‚

Here's my one line answer to your question, just so you know where I'm going with this.

Yes, it is possible to live indefinitely in this physical body by manifesting that thought - and this is how you do it...

Focus on what you want, or forget about it?

It's confusing, isn't it? Some Law of Attraction gurus tell you that you must focus on what you want to manifest it (perhaps even every day) while others tell you that too much focus will block what you want from coming and so you should forget about it?

Which is it? It can't be both, can it?

To understand what's going on, let's consider an important metaphysical / manifesting principle.

Manifesting things in a hurry

Let's say you want to manifest something in a hurry, perhaps a part-time job because you need some money quickly and that's how you believe you are going to get it.

Manifesting things you need can be tricky because of the behind-the-scenes pressures you are exerting on yourself.

But let's try and come up with a useful strategy anyway.

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