Originally Posted by impaul99
One of the key lessons I've recently learned from a course called "Your Wish is Your Command" (YWIYC) is that "The how doesn't matter".
Now, this is not really something new, as many other LoA teachers touch on this topic, but for some reason the way it was explained in YWIYC really resonated with me.
Maybe this concept of "The How doesn't matter" is not revolutionary, or even new, but the way it's taught in YWIYC totally made sense to me and it changed my life.
Thanks for your passionate posts and enthusiasm. I would agree with your observations here. The "how" is for the Universe. I am curious, though, what about this very "old" rule struck you as new? For example, off the top of my head, John Assaraf and Mike Dooley cover this concept in quite the same manner of exposition you describe that YWIYC does. Perhaps YWIYC describes it in additional ways that you have not covered?
On a completely separate matter that your thread made me think of: Would you say that the manner of "manifesting" money that you describe is simply "going to work to earn your money?" Or, instead, do you consider this extra income that not part of your job or career in life? There has been some discussion on another thread, where a member asks: How many of you have manifested financially NOT through hard work?
. From the questioner's perspective, I would ask: how is your manifesting $1,500 bucks here and $500 bucks there doing computer design work any different from me earning a salary in my line of work? I could say I manifested X amount last month, and I could even say I get two "extra" paychecks per year, based on the 26-pay-periods to match 24 billing cycles. But do you consider such ordinary income that we both make from doing our jobs special or "manifestations" out of the ordinary? I'm trying to figure out what people mean when they discuss what to me sounds like ordinary wage income earned for services rendered.
I'm interested in hearing your perspective. Thanks, and best of luck to you!