And now ... for readers who have been following this thread, I would like to make a few points, which to me at least are quite salient and relevant to the discussion.
Point 1 - Your Goals and Intentions
The LOA does not tell you what you should manifest. The LOA is simply the LOA. What you seek to create - that is your own personal choice. However, practically all LOA teachers will make the point that you do have that choice. Furthermore, they will emphasise that you have tremendous choice in that matter.
In teaching the LOA, a teacher will have to use examples to illustrate their points. Naturally, LOA teachers will use examples to which they think that their audience will be most easily able to relate. For example, an LOA book designed for mass consumption and commercial appleal may use examples of intentions that the masses will be able to relate to, such as intentions about money; health or a romantic relationship.
This does not mean that the LOA can only be used for money; health or a romantic relationship. Nor does it mean, in itself, that the LOA should be used for money; health or a romantic relationship. What you choose to use the LOA for is up to you.
Tony Tone Tone wanted, among other things, a BMW convertible. (You might recall that it was this intention of Tony's, plus his mention of Jesus, that sparked off Kanzeon's hostile nature in this thread). But Tony Tone Tone's intention for a BMW convertible does not mean that you should want it too. If you do want it, you may want it for reasons that are the same, or that are different, from Tony's reasons for wanting it. At the risk of being repetitive, I say again that what you choose to seek to create is entirely your own choice.
What a person chooses to seek to create with the LOA is ultimately a reflection of his own likes, dislikes, values, personality and so on. It is a reflection of his own current state of mind, which can and will change over time.
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