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What Is "Desire?
Its a 'heart-felt prayer. Some desires are deep, while others are just a passing- fleet of vanity or wish, such as the common phrase, "Gee I wish I had one of those & then walking away to never give it another thought. It was Dr Edgar Casey, who taught that (thoughts are things) & I assume he meant that "thoughts are potential things. Any-time you see or hear the word "potential"- it means (seed).
How do we get any seed to grow? We tend & water it on a consistant basis every day or every 2-3 days. What do we need to do between watering? Rest, try to wipe the desire from our minds- this in turn launches our desire or prayer into the universe- allowing the energies of that desire to seek & search for that what we wish to "take place.
Desire is "emotion & emotion is pure raw energy. In Christian-based theology, "We are to make our request with boldness & then "Give Thanks in advance for receiving those things which we desire- just like we have already received it. Sort of like thanking your banker for a loan you havent physically received yet. This "thankfulness, is the magical key needed in order to launch our desire into the void of the universe. You may even need to make several launches in order to convince the powers that be- that you are serious...& if
you make several launches per day or every-other day; "Dont forget the "thankfulness after every launch and keep in mind; some seeds grow faster or (slower than others). Seeds take time to grow. I recall something an old Sufi I had befriended in Trinity Park of Fort Worth who taught me that "Even time- takes time to grow only because "time" was a man-made concept. If we can get past our own concept of time & un-create time within us as individuals- then the waiting period toward that prayerful-desire is made shorter...
The "launch & thank-you principal" is the very same principal also advocated by Pagan-based covens since times prior to the first Pharos of Egypt. But, Be careful of what you pray for- because you may not like the baggage which often comes with the package in the long run..."Trust me, Been there-done that...:)