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I am looking forward to the responses to this.
Life is like the Game 'Mouse Trap'. Do you remember it?
The ball rolls down the rails, which knocks the pole, which makes the trap fall down, etc, etc..
It's not about timing. It's about the sequence of events necessary to create what you want. I am always impressed with manifestations that are immediate. There is a post where someone talks about there being a certain dollar amount in their checking account, and then the next day they looked and that amount was completely different (from 100 to 10000). Extra zero's that they manifested from nowhere with no real explanation except that was what it is now. There are numerous post of people doing similar things with accidents, death, job loss- just going to a state of stating that it isn't real and waking up to a new reality. Kinda like 'Back to the Future'. He woke up and things were different- better.
When you don't accept that ability, that's when the sequence comes into play. The universe creating a logical explanation for what you wanted.
You were driving to work, there was a car accident. The person had no insurance, your policy paid out a ton of money- you now have a new car.
You were at the mall. You saw one of those contest boxes to win a new car. You fill out a card. 10 weeks later you receive a voicemail. You call back. You won a new car.
The work involved is creating a sequence of events to get you to the end result. And that's where the time frame comes in. There are a million ways you can end up with the new car. But if you don't enter contest, because you don't believe anyone ever wins, you have blocked out an option. If you live in New York and take public transportation everywhere because parking is too expensive, you have blocked out an option.
The universe has to create something that works within the realm of your ability to get what you want. If you wanted to wake up tomorrow and have everything be different and the life you were in now was just a dream, you could. I just think it takes amazing faith (not impossible) to do so. Many of us just do not accept this as an option.