| | This article inspired and helped change me in huge ways!
I'm new to the forums but have been reading Steve's site for a while, and reading this article was a really big moment for me and helped me make a huge shift forward in my life.
Before reading Broadcast Your Desires you could say I was conflicted between keeping manifestations and intentions to myself in order to not provoke doubt or conflict from others, and the feeling of just wanting to say to everyone 'this is who I am and what I'm doing.'
I'd been taught to fear the doubt or disbelief of others so tended to suppress myself to keep the peace. But after reading the article I became clear that openly expressing desires and intentions with love is the best course of action for conscious growth.
As Steve says, if someone doesn't align with your intentions or desires then your attachment to them in your life will hold you back. But perhaps Steve's suggestion to just remove a negative person out of your life is actually the hard bit in all of this, and many people have found this sort of thing can be difficult with family members.
I think sometimes letting go of specific relationships or dynamics within a relationship is a lot easier said than done. We may not want to express our true intentions or desires if we believe this will disconnect us from someone our consciousness is very attached to.
When I read Steve's article I realized that my fear that other people would judge or hold me back for expressing my true desires was in most cases based on the deep perception that I needed these specific people. This perception can be very strong with certain people like family, but in the end I think Steve's suggestion reflects the spiritual truth that we truly don't need anyone.
Through letting go of these needs, on the basis that we are all connected as infinite love and in truth do not need any specific relationships, I've been able to increasingly broadcast my intentions and desires without fear, and create deeper connections and understandings in my relationships.
So in summary, this article and Steve's overall application of these principles in his other writing has inspired and helped me in a huge way to express and receive love more openly, and shown me how by letting go of perceptions of need in specific relationships.
How much of what I've written is what Steve actually meant I'm unsure of, but the main intention of this post was to thank Steve because one way or another the article really was a catalyst to change my life, and to express how so to others so they may also benefit in some way.