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      Quote Originally Posted by Original Poster View Post
      Teachability, nigga. You need more of it. That's step one to LOA. You cannot keep thinking the way you've always thought, and you cannot continue acting the way you've always acted. If you desire it, the universe will provide you the lessons, but if you want to be a musician, you still have to learn to play the guitar.

      EDIT: Also please don't be offended by my use of the word nigga. I was just going for a "diversify yo bonds nigga!" kind of thing.
      I don't understand why everyone else who isn't black starts speaking like that to me, I don't even talk like that. You're not establishing any kind of bond with me through the way the you speak. I no longer associate myself with my race, They piss me off with their ignorance and unjustified superiority complex. Should've shipped us all back to Africa when you had the chance. By the time most of you guys change your naive mindsets towards us blacks it will be too late; America will be a third world warzone.

      Anyway, "muh nigga" You could use the principles of LOA to make yourself a natural at learning the guitar. Know what i be saying "muh nigga, It be all about duh brain power n sheet".

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      Dude, I was just drunk and said nigga, I didn't even think about the fact that your black and was in no way trying to relate to you at all.

      Anyways, I'm going to go out of my way to teach someone who isn't teachable. Since you already know everything, you should have already met your soulmate, shouldn't you?

      Everything works out in the end, sometimes even badly.


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      My failure has nothing to do with guitars, Stop changing the topic. I'm as teachable as a drunk nigga, You just haven't contributed anything to the topic " Using the law of attraction to attract my soul-mate?".

      Don't teach me how to play guitar and get money, Teach me about Using the law of attraction to attract my soulmate, Original poster-sensei? That sound better to you?

      I have no friends man.

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      Guitar was a metaphor. LOA is a skill and requires practice and study. Frankly, you have not learned enough about anything until you reach the stage where you are excited to learn more. I don't want to sound like a dick, but maybe something about your personality repulses people. If this is the case, you may have to dramatically change your behavior.

      So I'm assuming you understand that you need to live in the state of mind as though you already have a soul-mate, you just haven't met her yet. You need to live in all the gratitude and happiness you imagine the manifestation of your soulmate would bring. (A neat little trick, if you do LOA correctly the actual manifestation of desire becomes irrelevant) Once you have achieved this feeling, you may suddenly find yourself around all sorts of available women who want your dick. Or your life may get a lot more challenging because it will start preparing you to become someone worthy of the love you want and capable of keeping it. And you'll just have to rise to the challenge.

      Everything works out in the end, sometimes even badly.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Original Poster View Post
      Guitar was a metaphor. LOA is a skill and requires practice and study. Frankly, you have not learned enough about anything until you reach the stage where you are excited to learn more. I don't want to sound like a dick, but maybe something about your personality repulses people. If this is the case, you may have to dramatically change your behavior.

      So I'm assuming you understand that you need to live in the state of mind as though you already have a soul-mate, you just haven't met her yet. You need to live in all the gratitude and happiness you imagine the manifestation of your soulmate would bring. (A neat little trick, if you do LOA correctly the actual manifestation of desire becomes irrelevant) Once you have achieved this feeling, you may suddenly find yourself around all sorts of available women who want your dick. Or your life may get a lot more challenging because it will start preparing you to become someone worthy of the love you want and capable of keeping it. And you'll just have to rise to the challenge.
      Personality wise, To sum it up, I'm an arrogant lazy selfish D-bag with a heart of gold. I deserve every single response I get and I deserve everything terrible that I have coming to me.


      There's something I haven't told you though, Remember that girl I was talking about in chemistry class? Well she fits the physical description of everything I wrote on my list (Height, Hair color, eye color, and Looks Eurasian) and she's also a tomboy. What makes this really crazy is that the teacher assigned her to the seat directly behind me. What was even weirder is one of my few friends seemed to know alot about her, Enough for me to plan on how I can attract her.

      But I realized that she isn't my type (personality wise) I felt no attraction to her even though she was everything I found attractive in a women. I can't explain. I can only hope that she's a sign for my dream girl's arrival.

      The only thing I really need to work on is faith and detachment, This is probably the first time I've ever manifested the thing I want. The more evidence that I get from universe the more faith and assurance I have in it.

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      Yeah, it's definitely true, but we all get a little doubt at first and have to find the sweet spot, which is essentially as much desire as possible combined with as much confidence in your ability to achieve that desire. Sometimes we have to put off focusing on our biggest dreams until we can get enough small dreams that we're capable of overcoming the doubt of the big ones.

      As far as personality goes, keep in mind I'm not telling you anything that I didn't have to learn myself. LOA doesn't complete the entire journey for you. It will, in fact, sometimes make life a total bitch because that's what you have to experience in order to become the person you need to be to achieve your desires. And it's important to see through those trials. I'm still going through them, myself. And it's very humbling, I'll tell you. It has to be humbling because my desire is so strong that I'm willing to get embarrassed and learn, if that's what is necessary. LOA does come with sacrifices, it's not a "have your cake and eat it too" type of deal. You have to be able to prioritize and figure out what you really, actually want from the bottom of your heart, and what you're willing to give up to get it. Otherwise you'll still be using it to bring things into your life that don't make you happier.
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      I think it also is a matter of distinguishing what feels good or out of goodwill compared to something that's actually beneficial and practical for a person's well-being. Usually if a person wants to find something from the bottom of their heart, it would seem reasonable that they have to learn how to dissociate the scattered brain thoughts through various forms of meditation (self-hypnosis, etc.).

      If a person has a sense of love of themselves (but not to the point where it's extreme narcissism and completely egocentric; because again, the endeavor of doing that would refute that person's purpose of attracting another person or making their attraction prevalent to those who may be compatible with them).

      There's also the risk of a person feeling as if they're getting a rational explanation of what they want "deep down in their hearts," when in fact it could be an ego-saturated model to imply their learning and practicing aspects of LOA. It's more of psychologically understanding how one thinks, how their thoughts form, what makes them tick and what makes them happy, etc. It involves understanding how one reacts to a certain situation, most likely to sustain a reminder that a certain habit would be a threat to their own well-being.

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      You have to be able to prioritize and figure out what you really, actually want from the bottom of your heart, and what you're willing to give up to get it.
      Even if a person would be able to find what's deep inside of their hearts, practically, it would just be a very diluted concept like "happiness" or "spreading love." It's not much of an impact to that person if they were to find that really is what their hearts desire simply because they're accustomed to the humanistic relation to it.

      What I'm trying to get at is, usually, the endeavor of finding the "strongest desire of them all" will in fact be a conduit for other desires (meaning it's generalized ultimately). Which means that when a person realizes that their ideologies, preferences, desires, and such are likely to keep growing and branching to other desires, when they have the core (the same conduit) acknowledged, they will feel less worried about what they have to do right or do wrong. Because even if you prioritize what you really want, I doubt people would be able to sustain that mentality for very long, especially if they are prone to being attracted to more things they're being aware of; things that they never thought would exist or could be formatted into their schemata pertaining to understanding LOA and such.

      If a person is really trying to practice LOA, it wouldn't be so much of a sacrifice, but more of a motivation or an inspiration to acknowledge that we are likely to change our preferences, etc., and that wanting someone/something/etc. shouldn't make ourselves feel bad.

      Which brings me back to your "have your cake and eat it too" type of deal." That same notion implies of course that you can't have it both ways, that it's a trade off. The most plausible association for this is obviously materialism, or having or imposing possessions towards making concepts like LOA/people/etc. like objects. I think that mentality would make one more selfish in seeking closure with someone they think can be there until their time comes.

      I wouldn't say that it's just pure tradeoff, because that sets predispositions to it. It's also plausible in a way that I'll mention below,

      A person can still mix in both to some extent when they let go of the guilt that they have to "stop having the desire to want more and more." They see that just blocking off parts of it that make it incompatible with the other isn't going to be as bad as taking risks with complete tradeoffs.

      They start to realize that it's a never-ending goal (wanting more), that to keep going towards learning LOA or things related to it like happiness, etc. is understanding your potential in constantly finding new ways to know yourself and learning how you reaction to certain things.

      If the presumption that a person is set on a tradeoff, it's not really LOA in terms of soulmate, etc., it sort of sets up a resistance or even an authoritative matter, will can lead to being bitter and self-loathing because a person feels they have to do this or they won't "experience" or empathize aspects of LOA.

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      I think if a person just focuses on learning themselves, not having the desire to desperately seek closure in finding anyone that looks compatible to them, they will realize the actual discovery/finding of that soulmate is to simply sublimate one's love for themselves, and seeing how sharing it with others is more rewarding; they see it as a learning tool in understanding themselves and others around them; they see that part of (not as a whole) of finding yourself in making yourself attractive to others is how you attempt to empathize and try to imagine possible reactions to people acknowledging your presence.
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      Give it up guys, I've attracted a girl who has all the qualities I wanted in one. All I did was write it down and POOF magic. Screw logic, This shit works.

      I'd like to mention I was very specific with what I wanted.

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