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3 SURE WAYS TO GET WHAT YOU WISH FOR




The size of your success is measured by the strength of your
desire- Robert Kiyosaki (American Author and Successful
businessman).


I believe one of the beautiful gifts of the human soul is the ability to desire. A desire is a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen.


The reason most people doubt the capacity of their desires to manifest is because they have many other unfulfilled desires. The challenge with unfulfilled desires is not that desire in itself lack the potential or capacity to manifest.

The challenge most times is that we don’t even know for sure what we desire.


DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU REALLY DESIRE?


Perhaps, you think you desire wealth. You have told yourself that you will be happier if you had more money in the bank. While that sounds like a legit desire, what you actually desire might be more control over your time so you can tour the world on vacation, being able to provide anything at any time for your family, being able to live in the choicest part of the earth, being able to wear designer brands without sweating over the cost.

It is important that your desires are clear so you can feel deeply fulfilled and satisfied when they
eventually manifest.

The reason most people feel dissatisfied after achieving a goal they fought so hard and long to grasp is also because they thought that was what they really desired. For instance, A lady could spend all her time strongly chasing marriage only to eventually get married and realize she just wanted financial security not the weight and wins of a marriage.

To what you really wish for and be deeply satisfied with the quality of your results, your wishes must undergo what I call the Desire Fulfilment Process.


👉Clarify
👉Intensify
👉Manifest

Deep feelings of fulfillment and satisfaction are tied to the clarity of your desire.

If you sense you desire a house? Ask yourself, “Why do I want a house?” Could it be that I want to feel significant in my home town?

If so, are there other ways I could achieve this feeling of  other than building or buying a house?

Could it be that I want an added stream of income? If so, is buying or building a house, the best way to fulfill this desire?

When you question your desires, you uncover the real thing you desire. Questioning your desires births clarity.

Clarity in turn saves you from wasting energy, time and resources chasing after a desire and dream you wouldn’t be happy with in the end.

When you know exactly what you desire, your subconscious mind (the part of your consciousness that your brain isn’t focusing on) begins to recognize and attract opportunities for your desires to manifest.

Click to see how to Clarify, Intensify and Manifest your desires.

Excerpted from Turn Wishes To Wins Book, Available here





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