The LAW OF ASSUMPTION on NEED! Don’t miss this post

The LAW OF ASSUMPTION on NEED! Don’t miss this post

Are you tired of being told that NEED is a hindrance to your manifestations? That you must follow rigid rules to achieve your desires? Let’s delve into the simple truth at the core of this powerful law.

For all the Law of assumption ”coaches” who tell you that NEED is bad: That you CAN’T have your manifestation unless you xyz…. Let’s get this straight.

The simple fact in life boils down to this:

The law of assumption states that what you assume becomes true for you. SO why not assume something much more connected, harmonious and heart felt than callously closing your heart OFF?

The Law of Assumption teaches us that what we assume becomes our reality. So, why not focus on something deeper and more soul-stirring than shutting ourselves off from our true emotions?

You can either feel needy or you can feel needed.

Everything else is commentary.

Everything else is just background noise

I will say this to you, so that you can gage where your own sense of need is. Make THIS distinction:

  1. If you feel needy, you are headed for depression….
  2. If you feel needed, you are headed for a life that is meaningful and happy…

How simple is that?

Someone feeling needed gives them more meaning to life than being loved does. A child that is loved but not needed becomes depressed, it is the same with us.

Our core essence craves the sense of being needed more than love or security. Victor Frankl, a keen observer of survivors in concentration camps, discovered that purpose—feeling needed—kept people resilient even in the darkest of times.

In today’s world, narcissistic messages abound, and their prevalence only seems to escalate. But let’s not succumb to this trend; instead, let’s embrace our innate power.

When we “become “FEEL needy”, we weaken ourselves—whether we have everything we need or lack certain things. Feeling needy can drag us down and rob us of our vitality.

In contrast, “being needed” grants us a profound sense of purpose. When someone else depends on us, we carry the torch of significance without the burden of self-centeredness. It’s in this service to others that our true selves emerge.

We are hellbent on manifesting more and more independence and selfishness, but it won’t give your life meaning. People who are suicidal feel unnecessary. NOT needed.

sacred path to a life of purpose, happiness, and genuine fulfillment

A human being would rather be needed than loved. 

It goes both ways.

  1. ASSUME that you should be NEEDED
  2. Live in such a way that you fulfill others needs, be of humble service to your community

Remember the ancient wisdom of the Ten Utterances: “It is not GOOD for man to be alone.” At times, being alone might seem appealing, free from responsibilities and concerns for others. But then, when you truly feel the weight of aloneness, you’ll understand that it can take a toll on your well-being. Feeling alone and unneeded can even weaken your immune system. Think about this when you imagined yourself into the dead-end of feeling undeserving of love and relationships. It is not about worth or deserving, it is about our access to our own goodness.

“It is not good for man to be alone”, which means that there is no GOODNESS to being alone, there is GOODNESS in our connections. GOODNESS happens between humans.

Embrace your significance, cherish the feeling of being needed, and witness how it elevates your life to new heights of meaning and purpose. By affirming your own worth and significance, you naturally attract loving and compatible individuals into your life. Be open to new connections, and trust that the right person who genuinely appreciates and values you will come into your life when the time is right.

I am Needed, I am Essential:

  • I am valued and essential in the lives of those around me.
  • My presence makes a positive difference in the world.
  • I am deserving of love and appreciation for who I am.
  • Others seek my guidance and support because they trust me.
  • My contributions are meaningful and impactful.
  • I am surrounded by people who value and respect me.
  • I have unique talents and gifts to offer to others.
  • My actions and words inspire and uplift those around me.
  • I am a source of strength and comfort to my loved ones.
  • Others rely on me because they recognize my abilities.
  • I attract people who appreciate and acknowledge my worth.
  • I am needed, and my presence brings joy to others.
  • I am a beacon of hope and positivity in challenging times.
  • My existence enriches the lives of those I encounter.
  • I am an important part of a supportive and caring community.
  • Others recognize and honor the impact I have on their lives.
  • I am a source of encouragement and motivation to others.
  • My love and kindness make a significant difference in the world.
  • I am needed and cherished for my unique qualities.
  • I am significant, and my life has purpose and meaning.

The TRUE Power Of Gratitude

Gratitude serves as the key that unlocks the door to a world of conscious manifestation. By understanding and embracing the art of receptivity and gratitude, we open ourselves to the flow of abundance that surrounds us. Just as tuning a radio to a specific frequency allows us to catch a particular station, gratitude tunes our hearts to the frequency of positivity and blessings, attracting more of the same into our lives.

Within the pages of this enlightening book, we come to understand that we are manifesting machines, constantly co-creating our reality through our desires and aversions, knowingly or unknowingly. The energy we emit through our thoughts and emotions acts as a powerful magnet, drawing in similar frequencies from the cosmos. Gratitude becomes the guiding light that aligns us with the divine flow of life, allowing us to wait patiently for the fullness and maximum results of our manifestations, rather than rushing impulsively.

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