Originally Posted by Zenn
Everything you write about show LOA works but you haven't fully use the power of intentional manifestion. You have been untintentionally manifesting very successfully. What you believe keeps showing up to prove you right. What about changing your belief for a change, even if it goes against your current belief so it's confusing? IM is all about belief and faith in what is not currently perceived as reality, or as possible.
Maybe you can start from scratch to build such faith by intending something insignificant you can be detached about. Small successes in IM may convince you to have faith in what is to you a major issue in your life.
This is straying away from the main idea, which isn't a need to manifest small things to build faith, but to figure out why -- with the IM lens -- I manifested better success than ever before at finances, only to manifest it falling apart several months later.
I think we've gotten a pretty good handle on the psychological dynamics behind some of that. Then I introduced a new one, which is why wasn't I even more effective, when I certainly should have been able to? I think it's because I wasn't inspired. Not creatively. My goal has been to pay back all the money I owe, but having to keep doing something that could drag me down sometimes (I used to think the word "enervating") made me less than effective, especially because it's not like I'm going to a job and getting a regular check. I have to be disciplined to make it work.
I think that also built into resentment against the organizations I was having to send large amounts of money to, building into further resentment at the one in particular being unwilling to work with me the way I want them to.
Now, when I sit here back in a similar situation I was at before, after making some really good headway, I wonder how to get into something more inspiring. But I don't feel like I can just say "I quit." Because if I say "I quit," won't they come and shut off the phone?
So then I think, is it a matter of continuing to generate income at the work which can get enervating, while holding in thought the more perfect work I can do? Or, is it a matter of just dumping the enervating work altogether and trusting that the universe will see to it that they don't shut the phone off?
Does that make sense?