Originally Posted by moonrambler
Hi Balbrae, thank you for sharing your cool story.
I have wondered this myself, but what I always ask is -- why does it have to involve all this unpleasantness?
Wouldn't it be a lot more fun if I started making a bunch more money, paid off all the money I owe within just a few months, and be free to move on if I feel like it?
Or, wouldn't it be a lot more fun if somebody showed up here and said, "I would like to buy this property, none other will do, and I will offer you $XYZ for it." And that offer is so fantastic that I'm incredibly happy about it!
I would prefer that if I move out of the house, that the scenario doesn't involve defeat and default.
I'm glad you asked those questions. I have simple answers. The unpleasantness may stem from your resistance to leaving? The point is not that you would pay off the debt, feeling a lot more fun. The point is not that you would have someone show up, prize your property as a rarity, and pay a sum certain for it. Imagine, if you will, that the Universe is asking you to access a completely different situation--not one where this one is patched up or amended, but rather a "brand new" one that you can't imagine now because it's not in your frame of reference. I'll go way out on a limb here--way out, so please don't be offended. Perhaps, you wanted to experience the dilemma of clashing priorities: freedom versus "being responsible." Perhaps this is a rite of passage that you want to experience, and so it is unfolding this way. It is one thing to "manifest" staying, but something else to "manifest" an exit.
Why do people assume that manifesting an "exit" is inferior to manifesting a "stay"? Perhaps you are biased in this way; staying and hating it is superior to leaving and loving it. Only you can answer that question. But exits do not imply defeat or failure. Sometimes, they indicate tremendous courage and accomplishment! For example, Deepak Chopra once left a really mean boss, and he was quite happy after he switched jobs. Your relationship with your house and your bank is not completely unlike your relationship with an employer; they each make their demands on you, and provide you with seeming "security." Your situation could be like Deepak Chopra's, where you leave a really mean house or bank, and become quite happy after that. At the very least, you could always consult your unconscious mind, and present the option of staying or leaving to your mind. It won't steer you wrongly! Either way, keep your own counsel, and don't let anyone bully you into a decision or guilt trip. Your higher self knows what it is doing! It all worked out beautifully for you!