“The emotional desire for the acquisition of something cannot be based on need. If you want something because of not-enoughness of it, it will not manifest. Emotional desire has to be based on excitement about what you want and curiosity about how you are going to get it, not neediness. Just like with any manifestation or materialization, the desire for acquisition has to be constant over a certain period of time. You cannot wobble your desire and expect alchemy to occur! We often wobble when what we want does not happen right away—we start doubting our ability to make it happen. This doubt is what breaks the alchemy of acquisition into pieces, mutating the process in such a way that instead of the desired ‘stuff’, we acquire self-punishment and self-judgment.”
Eugenia Oganova, in “Mission Alpha”
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