Desire is more than just innocuous want; it is quite literally the catalyst of creation. Everything we perceive, either created by the hand of man, or realized in nature, exists solely in response to individuated, and collective summoning of it through desire.
As we look more deeply at the things and conditions we desire, and consider the correlative motive, we will find, our desire are born of our own refusal to allow that which is already prevalent: PEACE & HAPPINESS
If I want money; It’s because the amount I have has me believing I cannot find PEACE & HAPPINESS without it.
If I want relationship; It’s because my thoughts have erroneously convinced me that PEACE & HAPPINESS are impossible with companionship of a certain type.
If I want success; It’s because the situations I view from the world of form have thinking that PEACE & HAPPINESS will elude me unless I am successful and famous.
And so one, and so on! Every THING we strive for, create, purchase, envy, and admire are the ingredients that we erroneously have been conditioned to understand will be the panacea for the ills we suffer.
When we want for something, it is because we feel the lack of it causes our pain. However we have been taught that faith, and believing is the only impetus for manifestation:
Assume the feeling of your wish fulfilled and observe the route that your attention follows.”― Neville Goddard,
Mark 11: 24.What things so ever you desire, when you pray, believe that you have already received them, and you shall have them
“I will be” is a confession that “I am not “ The Father’s will is always “I AM.” Until you realize that YOU are the Father (there is only one I AM and your infinite self is that I AM), your will is always “I will be.” ― Neville Goddard
Our initial condition prior to the introduction of the illusory belief in need, was pure joy. Then we began to deny that joy, assign it to the condition of focus, then adopt the feeling that the required condition is possible, but not yet achieved. We then begin the elusive journey of keeping our desire at arms length and chasing after it.
1st of all, there is no condition or THING, that will bring us joy, only the acceptance of life can do that.
2nd, Once we think we “need something, that is an admission that we lack it, by admitting we lack something, we will never achieve it. Faith and The LOA tells us the only path to attainment is an inner knowing of the reality of what we seek. So then, if we knew we had it, we would not want it!
Therein lies the the allowance of acceptance!
Positively Speaking: The Journey IS the DESTINATION,