Everyone asks, “How do you manifest faster?” People want Barry Allen manifestations. The fastest man…ifestation alive. But why? People want to force things to speed up because they either aren’t satisfied where they are and/or want to have more fun in life. In both cases, people want to speed up the change in conditions so they can speed up the change in emotions. But emotions don’t come from conditions. So instead of closing the gap of external experiences, you can quickly feel emotional experiences. There you go. You just increased your speed of satisfaction in a flash.
Manifestations and emotions are independent of each other. So speeding up manifestations does not guarantee an increase in good-feeling emotions (other than the initial, temporary honeymoon high). Add the fact that you will always want something you don’t currently have, then speed begins to lose its meaning since manifestations never end.
If you want to speed up finding your partner, then you will want to speed up getting married. Then speed up getting a home. Then speed up getting a job. Then speed up having children. Then speed up getting a car. Then speed up getting a better job. Then speed up going on vacation. Then speed up getting another home . . . and it just keeps going. You’re spending you’re whole life wanting to speed everything up, like the movie Click, so when are you actually living? When do you take a breath and enjoy what you have? You don’t, because as soon as you get one thing, you appreciate it for five minutes until you’re in a rush to the next.
Speeding up manifestations is missing the whole point of manifesting. When you’re eating something really good, you’re not in a hurry to manifest the whole thing being eaten. You slow down and savor it. When you’re in the flow of playing basketball, or watching your favorite show, or making love, or hanging out with your friends, or making love to your friends, you’re not in a rush to finish what you’re doing because you’re enjoying yourself so much. People only want things faster because they’re not fulfilled where they are. And feeling fulfilled comes from focus, not stuff. So you can speed up all the stuff you want, but you won’t feel fulfilled, which was the whole point of getting your speedy stuff.
You’re dissatisfied where you are and in a rush to get over there. Then what? No sooner do you get there before you want to be somewhere else. And then over there. And then over there. Your perception is off. There’s still a dissociation between where you are and where you want to be, instead of viewing those as one in the same. You only want to speed up manifestations when you don’t know how to control your emotions, and think the key to fun is external manipulation. Constantly wanting to speed up where you are to be somewhere else is an unsustainable approach to life.
You think you’ll be satisfied once the box on your list is checked, but once it’s checked you’re on to the next one. You’re just going from one issue to the next checking the boxes but you’re never happy. And if you are happy, then you’re not in a rush because there will always be an unchecked box.
You allow things to happen as quickly as you’re ready for. Wanting them to come sooner than you’re ready for is like having guests come over before you’ve had a chance to clean your house, buy food and get dressed. You would much rather they wait until you’re ready. Or it’s like baking oatmeal chocolate chip or peanut butter cookies, but you can’t wait. So you either take them out too early so they’re undercooked, or you crank up the heat to speed things up and now they’re golden black. Just let them cook as long as they need to. And don’t put your life on hold until the cookies are done.
When you feel good, everything unfolds in perfect timing. There is no need or desire to make things happen faster when you’re going from one satisfying moment to the next. It will just be a continuation that feels more like how you feel now. Not to mention they’re already happening as fast as possible, but you don’t care because now is so intoxicatingly engaging for you.
Since you’ll always want and receive manifestations for eternity, and your fulfillment in life comes from the thoughts you’re thinking regardless of the stuff you have, then with those two factors, speeding up manifestations doesn’t make sense.
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Nice work Brian, you really nailed it!
"Since you’ll always want and receive manifestations for eternity, and your fulfillment in life comes from the thoughts you’re thinking regardless of the stuff you have, then with those two factors, speeding up manifestations doesn’t make sense."
Thanks for posting!
Brian's brain is brutally brilliant!!
Love the alliterations! :-)