I am reading "Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future (And Ways to Get There From Here)" by Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman. It's a very interesting book that I saw someone mention in a post a while back.
Anyways, in the book, they quote author Gregg Braden from his book "Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer". Quoting from "Spontaneous Evolution" Lipton and Bhaerman state:
"Braden reports a discrepancy between the classic Biblical injunction "Ask and ye shall receive" and the original Aramaic translation: "Ask without hidden motive and be surrounded by your answer- be enveloped by what you desire and let your gladness be full.""
I don't know Aramaic, nor do I know for sure if this is a more accurate translation... however, if it is, is it not a further example of what we all know from LOA already.... Ask out of your heart, out of love, don't have ulterior motives, don't be attached, and feel the gladness and emotion as though it is already in your life. I felt inspired to share this.
I too was attracted to this forum to reattract a girlfriend. However, the resources this forum has given me have not rid me of that desire, but have provided me with so much more than she, or anyone else ever could. I am very grateful to you all.
I'd like to leave this post with one thought. I was recently listening to Dr Robert Anthony's Deliberate Creation CD set (another great product I found on this forum) while driving to and from work. He made a point that really hit home with me. It was something along the lines of "filling ourselves up with more knowledge, being a seminar junkie, reading tons and tons of books on LOA and other things are fine, but the knowledge alone does nothing for us."
So I've challenged myself, and I challenge all of you my friends, to do what we already know. We like to complicate things, but I think all we need to do is repeat almost like a mantra all day:
I choose to feel great now.... and then actually do it!!
You will automatically be grateful, there will be no resistance, and if you feel great, how can life not be great, and more wonderful things not flow unto you?