“Fixation on a goal comes
easily, especially with the constant visualization of the goal and how
wonderful we know we will feel when we achieve our goal. At the same
time, too much fixation is like overwatering a plant. Often overfixating
on a goal or desire creates a new belief that nothing matters
except achieving this new goal. The result is that even if we have
already accomplished many things in our life, our focus can turn to
obsession. This obsession with the end result can continually remind us
that we will not be happy until our goal is achieved.
The key is
to let the process of manifesting work for us. When we let that work,
we let God and the Universe go into action. It is not necessary to
continually “put in our order” to the Universe, as if we were in a
restaurant waiting on our food. In a restaurant, we place our food order
only once. For our goals, we can continually remind ourselves through
pictures and words of what we are planning to obtain. Yet, the “attachment” to the goal prevents it from occurring.”
Gary Spinell, in “Beyond Intent”
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