Where Do Positive Feelings About Our Desires Come From?

Hello everyone! I hope you had wonderful holidays and I wanted to start off 2019 with this discussion of a very common Law of Attraction occurrence.

Frustration with a person or situation we desire to attract will prevent manifestation until the said frustration is diminished. Until removed, one’s personal feelings of frustration only attract more frustration, be it from real events or one’s impression of what might be happening behind the scenes.

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I believe we’ve all experienced this in the past, and that’s okay. It happens. People are different and acceptance is the start of love and teamwork but let me explain how this works.

Let’s say you’re upset with the person you want to attract into your life or attract a better relationship with. Your focus on why they upset you is preventing further manifestation of anything except for more upset – in this case, you must forgive the reasons why they have upset you in the past and the present, be that actual forgiveness or simply deciding to put these reasons behind you. You might have been aware of this already.

You might be questioning whether this person is the right choice for your life partner after all, as you can only see how much they upset you while struggling to remember the good times you had together – this is where frustration prevents you from seeing the big picture and the person’s true self which comes from everything they do for you and others, not everything they don’t.

Here’s the trick thought – we cannot be frustrated with another person, even one we dislike, it we aren’t already frustrated with ourselves and projecting those upsetting feelings on our lives and other people. It all comes from us. It all starts with us.

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Admitting to ourselves that we become upset with others because we are already dissatisfied as a result of something within ourselves is not always easy. When we are fully happy with who we are, we don’t care about anyone’s negative character or mood but simply ignore them. Yes, it’s true – when we’re truly happy and now allowing anyone or anything to upset us, we just ignore those who dwell, hate and attempt to divide.

Some want to skip the part involving the creation of happiness and self-work. We often talk about creating positive feelings about a person or a circumstance we wish to attract, especially when we are in need of them. Sometimes, we want to be with someone who has upset us in the past. We might want to change our lives but don’t feel we deserve as much happiness and wealth we would love to manifest…so we tell ourselves that maybe we don’t need it after all.

Do you know why this happens? It’s because…

Waiting for the relationship one wants to manifest in order to be happy seems much easier than creating self-love and happiness first. Relationships seem like an easy fix for happiness which is why many don’t bother being happy on their own.

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This is exactly why feeling good about yourself equals feeling good about those you have feelings for which equals manifesting great relationships with them as a result. And reaching this point isn’t as difficult as it sounds but would be entirely worth it even if it were.

Because…

Feeling frustrated leads to a distortion of our true desires. It puts us in a bad mood and, more importantly, taints our impression of what our desires truly are. If we want to manifest our desire but are frustrated with it at the same time, annoyance with a romantic interest being prime example, our impression of this person is not fully positive which makes it impossible to manifest entirely positive experiences with them as a result.Frustration creates negative expectations which reflect what we don’t want, not what we do.

Most importantly, you know that frustration with another person only comes from already fully formed frustration with yourself.

Even when you state your desire to “feel better,” engaging in frustration instead of strictly focusing on what is already great about yourself and your life continues to distort either your manifestation or the impression you have of your desire. As soon as you decide that you are amazing, lovable, unique and irreplaceable, you will only be interested in receiving love, success, positivity and adoration.

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5 thoughts on “Where Do Positive Feelings About Our Desires Come From?

  1. Hi Nina

    you are so right frustration can be a terrible feeling i know this because recently i had an awful experience with doubts fears and frustration about manifesting my relationship with a specific person but it feels so great when I’m align again with my dream and feel excitement and love.

    welcome back

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  2. Dear Nina,
    first of all I would like to thank you for your advice. You made it so simple for me to live in the end and I manifested big changes with my specific person and broke a negative pattern of few years.
    I am writing you again because I would really like your opinion about the subject. What to do when someone close to you is having a hard time in life…like really big problems. Can I help them with my positive thinking or should I just let them be? Do you think it would help if I started imagining that the person in question is really happy? Am I projecting negativity because I am used that he is saying to me how sad he is and how much problems does he have so as I expect it I get it? I am a bit confused about manifesting things that are not directly tied to me?
    Many thanks for your answer in advance

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    1. Hi T! I am so happy to hear that! When it comes to manifesting changes for someone else, build a belief that things will turn around for them, even when they don’t believe it. Be sure that things will work out. Soon after, you will be able to believe it easily but when it comes to manifesting for someone else, it’s important to be sure even when they’re not because then, your belief will make them believe. I applaud you for your generous heart and wanting to help someone else.

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