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Difficulty in prioritizing my goals


Question:

I give you an example: I have always dreamt of a nice house with particular yet realistic characteristics: in a suburb close to the city of Athens, with a nice view. I have no money; in fact I owe the bank a large sum (Reading this question again, I find it quite funny that I’m actually posing it, but I’ll continue with my query) : in order to buy the land, I need € 300,000; then to build the house another € 250, 000 is required. But, THIS is my vision. I also intend to use the house as a place where friends can come and meditate, discuss etc. Should I regard this vision as non-realizable because I don’t think it’s possible? Or am I too demanding? Can your statement regarding goal selection (that it ‘can be whatever you want it to be’) answer my question?
Another example: I need my job but I am challenged by the ‘war’ waged against me by two shareholders at my Company who are making my life a living hell, by downgrading me etc. Everyone agrees that I’m very good at what I do. Now, what should I set as my goal: Finding another job with equal or better pay, since this job I have is hindering my evolution? Or prevailing in my ‘clash’ with these people? A change in their attitude is not an option as it wholly originates from personal advantage (you mentioned a similar example in one of the lessons, but wasn’t quite the same).

Is it better to deal first with my primary running needs (such as my job) through the process of goal-setting and then go on to the big visions?

WOULD ALL MY PROBLEMS BE SOLVED IF I WERE TO CHANGE MY GOAL TO ‘ GAINING MORE MONEY’?

In general, I reckon that more examples and instructions regarding the process of setting goals must be given. As you see, there are “needs” and then there are other more substantial human needs; thus, more guidance from you is required.



With great gratitude,

 

XXXXXXXX

 

 

Reply:

Dear friend XXXXXXX

Our aim is to be next to our trainees as much (and as soon) as possible in order that we may contribute to the needs that arise.


Regarding your queries:

a) First of all, with regards to the multitude of goals, the Master clarifies the energetic reasons as to why we must not set multiple goals (in the beginning of our manifestation process at least), in the very first lesson.

b) In your e-mail it is evident that the issue at your work is an immediate priority while the house is more of a long-term goal. This is important because if something is urgently ‘burning’ you inside, then your sub-conscious is more receptive to mobilize itself towards this direction (it comprehends it as a matter of danger and survival).

c) Therefore if we take the issue at your work as the top priority in your goal-setting process then we have the following comments:

You are making a small mistake that many conscious creators make until they realize that they are making it and correct it.

You are attempting to figure out yourself how your goal is going to be manifested.

Therefore you ask yourself, what comes first: “my prevalence in my differences with people or a new job”?  Without realizing it, you focus on how you can build the process that will lead you to your goal. This has to do with how our logical mind is trained but we will extend on this another time.

The right way to go is to set you goal with one question in your mind, and that is: “what is it that I want”? Don’t make attempts to find the way (i.e. prevalence or a new job). Your set goal has to be “my ideal job with the best pay etc.), with whatever you regard as ideal for you. Read the goal-setting process again and you will face no problems executing it.
Once you have set your goal along the lines of “what is it that I want” rather than trying to find the right way to manifest it, then you will realize that the goal will organize the process by itself (not you), and that’s where the magic is to be found. You will only have to execute the practical aspects of the process that will come up as you go along.

Therefore, by setting your goal this way, then the best thing for you may be to find another job, or might be for things to improve at your job or there may be some other, higher solution for you. Let the goal do its job, don’t do yourself its job for it. When you try to logically impose a solution that you regard as correct, then you limit your process of creation. As you’ve already mentioned, you have studied the process of conscious creation therefore you will have no problems comprehending what I am saying to you.
d) with regards to your request for more examples: this is the main objective for the second stage, which we believe will be available soon.

We hope that our answer has been of help to you.


Yours sincerely,

 

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