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How Can Manifesting Be Easy, When It Feels Hard? (by Susan James)
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Last edited: Friday, October 31, 2008
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How Can Manifesting Be Easy, When It Feels Hard? (Manifesting Potential) (by Susan James) 

Recently, in reference to a statement in 'Manifest Warp Speed
(emag)' a reader asked a question  pertaining to the ease and
hardness of manifesting. I've quoted both the MWS statement, the
readers question, as well as my answer in this article:

<>Begin Quote of : Manifest Warp Speed #1171
If it does not feel easy, why are we doing it? If it continues to feel
hard, why do we continue to do it? The Natural Flow of Abundance in
all areas of our lives feels easy. If we continue to do things that
continually feel too hard to be a part of, then we are keeping the
Natural Abundance of All Good things, away from us, or at minimum
we lessen the type, level and momentum of what we are desiring to
reach us. (sj)

(Susan's Note: This is generally the first, basic, foundation, of
designing our lives on purpose. We uses this same basis as we
expand upward, both physically in life success as well as
non-physically in higher spiritual expansion. Part of this first foundation
is understanding 'the why' of the above statement.) <>End Quote

(Reader Question)
Hi Susan,
I've been reading your posts for a while now - thanks for doing what
you are doing!  It's so helpful, such an inspiration.

I have a question about your post above.  It doesn't quite make sense
to me.  For instance, I'm a graduate student, and I'm very glad that I
made the decision to go back to school.  But it's often hard - it often
does not feel easy to learn how to do things that I've not been taught
(or taught myself) before, to write research or analysis, or produce
projects in certain ways that take a great deal of work.  I'm so grateful
for the experience - my capacity has increased, it's wonderful! - but
it's not easy to be working and doing course work 60 hrs a week.

Likewise for running: I run twice a week; three times if I'm feeling
good.  It's often not "easy" to make myself do it, but I go because I
always feel better - even if it doesn't necessarily feel good while I'm
running.

So here's my question - how does this all fit in with your post?  If we
never did anything that felt hard, wouldn't we spend more of our lives
as couch potatoes?  There wouldn't be any great statesmen, great
athletes, great writers.

What am I missing here?
Signed: Reader

<><><>
(Susan's Feedback)

First, I'll answer your next to last question, which was this: "If we
never did anything that felt hard, wouldn't we spend more of our lives
as couch potatoes?"

Personally,..I don't do anything that feels hard, and if I begin to do
anything that feels hard, I back away from it. And I am so far away
from ever being a couch potato. I understand completely what
vibrational hardness can do to my life.

Your question is a GREAT one...as well as complex in its various
levels of dynamics depending on the expansion level of one who reads
it...., so I'll briefly hit the high notes and begin with some questions
for you to ponder:

1. What is your overall intent? Why are you doing all that you are
doing? What do you believe is at the end of your 'doing this hard
thing'? And might there be some other way to accomplish what your
REAL end result intent is? AND....

Do you understand how you could do all that you described in your
letter, with it ALL feeling Easy?

2. Why do you assume that to get where you want to go, then it has to
be hard? Who told you 'that'? AND Why did you choose to believe
it?

There is a Creative Law that works the same as all universal laws.
And it is within the working of this law, that if we are straining to do
anything, then we are stifling our selves on some level. We are
slowing our progress. However, the good news is, is that we are
teaching ourselves what we have been doing all along that we need to
fine tune. One of those fine tuning aspects is to understand why and
how to use Universal and Spiritual Laws to our benefit, vs the human
laws and beliefs of which we've been taught and used to operate
our lives.

As far as personally, have I, Susan, ever done anything that felt hard,
in order to get something that I wanted? My, YES. However, long
story short, the quality of the end result was lackluster and fleeting.

I know and understand enough now, not to 'do that' anymore. I use
Creative Laws for the design of my life, therefore anything and
everything that I intend on, happens easily and peacefully. But I first
had to answer a lot of questions and get really, really clear on exactly
what I wanted. Lots of people are not willing to take the time to
answer those questions for themselves.

Everything, absolutely everything works opposite and uniquely from
what most of us have been taught, even in the current themes of LOA
material. Meaning, it's even better than that.

So... those of you studying and applying the basic levels of LOA
material, please keep expanding, as there is SO much MORE!

Your last question was: 'What am I missing here?'

First: You are doing well, because with each question you had about
the hardness, you expanded beyond it, by saying you ultimately felt
better about it. This is a good thing. The ' feeling sense of hard' is
needed to be expanded from. Meaning...you don't have to stop
studying or running, you simply have to expand beyond the feeling
sense of hardness around it. Can you do that....consistently?

Second: You are not missing anything. It's all about our expansion
beyond our human beliefs, which means various levels of vibrations
we emit. The fact that you are even asking this level of question is an
excellent sign of your own expansion and interest in same. Just keep
going and the ease will show itself to you.

Then, you will have this choice: Can it really be This Easy?
Susan James (Copyright
http://www.susanjames.org )

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When Only MORE Knowledge Will Do...(sj)
The Susan James Bookstore
http://www.susanjamesbookstore.com
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<><><><><><><><>Susan James Bio<><><><><><><>
Susan James (Writer-Publisher)

The Susan James Bookstore specializes in books in paperback and
ebook formats written by Susan James as well as other well known
writers in the field emphasizing  personal development themes and
higher manifesting methods. 
http://www.susanjamesbookstore.com

Among the many published forms of James authored works are books,
print and digital formats, essays/articles, electronic newsletters,
distance learning courses and consulting. Susan writes on expanded
views of Personal Development, Business and The Livelihood of
Writing. Author of The Award Winning Manifesting 101 &  Beyond,
Manifesting 102 & Beyond,  Manifesting Methods for Would Be
Millionaires, Manifest Warp Speed, 17 Seconds to Weight Loss, and
the novel, The Millionaire Maverick.

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