A Still Mind and Heart
A few months ago I wrote a post about how still the mind must be to eliminate doubts. Since that last post, I've realized that your emotional state must be still as well. What do I mean by that? Have you ever noticed that the more you desire something, the more it seems to elude you? As soon as you turn your attention to other things then your desire pops up at out of nowhere. A common theme that I have noticed among people that have trouble manifesting their desires is their emotional state. They are worried, fretting, angry, frustrated, anxious, and impatient. When they let go of the worry, the fret, the anger, the frustration, the anxiety, and the impatience is when things start to turn around for them.
I'm sure most of us have heard the line, " Let go and let God", but it doesn't mean we let go of our desires but that we become still. "Be still, and know that I Am God" (King James Version, Ps. 46.10) We become one with our desire. We walk with confidence because we know that what we desire is already ours. We have the inner conviction that all that we have asked for already belongs to us. When we let go of the emotions that are tied to the situation, the universe is free to act on our behalf. We can now float in bliss and pure joy. We can enjoy and feel the emotions of having our desire before it even gets to us. When we can revel in the joy before our desire manifests the universe has no choice but to deliver that thing to us.