Ask and it is given to you. Really? I mean really, do you think it is actually that easy? To simply ask for something, and it is given to you.
For sure, I have asked for a lot, for a long time, and it hasn’t been given, well maybe some has, but the things I desire the most are still out there in the ether.
So it got me to thinking, maybe – like a lot of bible scriptures – that the term “Ask and it will be given to you;…” (Matthew 7:7), is possibly a little more cryptic than I had considered.
Maybe, it should be contemplated more definitive as “Ask a question and you are given the answer”. This concept, I can honestly say, has proven to yield solid progress in my life.
For example, when working and stuck for an idea, my subconscious automatically says “What would be the best solution here”… or likewise when searching for a lost object “Where exactly is the item I am looking for?” Give it time and eventually I am led to a resolve. The resolve is unfolded in front of me.
I asked a question, I am given the answer. That is the given.
So we ask, how can this alternative perception of the concept be integrated into the manifesting process of your desires. Well, I’ve begun to change my tune with how I ask for my desires to manifest. Don’t state it directly – “I’m so grateful that my business is super successful, thank you”, instead, ask “What will it take for my business to be super successful?” See the difference?
Know the difference, and begin rephrasing what you’re asking for. Be willing to act on the guidance you receive. And ask again.
Before you ask your question set your intention and connect with source. Envisage a beautiful emerald green light emanating from your heart chakra, out in front of you and then all around.
Ask for it, then surrender it, let it go.