Intuition, manifesting and goals

For a long time I was working on intuition and manifesting because I thought I needed to become more intuitive and learn to manifest. Then I learned/ realised that trying to intuit and manifest is another way of not accepting the unknown, trying to know, control the uncertainty and that one can not intuit or manifest what is not ready to be revealed and is not their path.

Instead I am learning to take a step back, get out of the way, chill, trust the process and let go of control, of the need to know. I learned to face and accept uncertainty. As I practiced it, I also stopped setting goals. How can I know what the Universe has in store for me. I am open to all options and it looks like the only “goal” I have is to accept more and practice non-attachment/ non-aversion further.

My path has been unfolding miraculously so far, without me doing anything. New projects and teachers find me. New teachings and assignments materialise. No manifesting, no intuiting, no goals. Trust and patience and faith. And accepting it as it comes.

About lolkin

Nomad of the Universe, nobody special, student of Ram Dass. I write about happiness, meaning and spirituality. Buddhist, mystic, bhakti. My book on Love Addiction is out on Amazon now.
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1 Response to Intuition, manifesting and goals

  1. Just reading Walden. David Henry Thoreau. Some good pointers there.

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