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Mike is often posed with some great questions about life, dreams, and happiness. Some are very personal, while others are general. These questions are often the kind we've all wrestled with in our lives, sometimes deducing our own answers, other times not. Since many of these questions are universal, Mike began posting answers here so that others might benefit from the correspondence.*

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Question of the Day


When our wishes don’t become things, have we made mistakes with the principle of wishing?

The trend to invent our lives as divine creators could be a strategy to correct our faults. When our wishes don’t become things, have we made mistakes with the principle of wishing?

Answer


The cause of unfulfilled wishes would always lie within ourselves, yet too often people wanting something, who don’t presently have it, immediately think that they are flawed, possessing invisible, limiting, self-sabotaging beliefs. In my experience, such limiting conclusions were often not the cause for frustration, until they were claimed! Of course, there may well be room for improvement in how we frame our wishes and how we choose our priorities, in which case, when we deliberately move towards something...
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Question of the Day


When our wishes don’t become things, have we made mistakes with the principle of wishing?

The trend to invent our lives as divine creators could be a strategy to correct our faults. When our wishes don’t become things, have we made mistakes with the principle of wishing?

Answer


The cause of unfulfilled wishes would always lie within ourselves, yet too often people wanting something, who don’t presently have it, immediately think that they are flawed, possessing invisible, limiting, self-sabotaging beliefs. In my experience, such limiting conclusions were often not the cause for frustration, until they were claimed! Of course, there may well be room for improvement in how we frame our wishes and how we choose our priorities, in which case, when we deliberately move towards something and do not receive what we had hoped for, an opportunity arises to reexamine, reevaluate, learn, and try again. Generally speaking, I believe we are too hard on and critical of ourselves, and this can inhibit our progress. I like to remind my audiences that “Where you are, is never who you are. And where you’ve been, is no indicator of where you’re going.”

Rather than try to figure out what went wrong (because, quite likely, nothing went wrong other than our impatience), people should more often remind themselves of what is right, of how easy it is to create deliberate change, and then take steps to bring it about. The secret to creating deliberate change is to first define and imagine what you want in terms of the end result, the finished product. And second, every day, do something about it. Always looking forward.

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