Ask For A Gift

You can ask for all that you desire.

And, then, you can receive it.

Our subject today is exactly that.

And, with that, let’s begin!

Gifts Are At Your Command

Right now, at this moment, you possess a vast power.

No, that is not true.

You possess a vast truth but, first and foremost, you are a vast power.

A vast creative power.

You can use what you are to be, do, have, experience, create — and so on and so forth, without end — all that you yearn for, crave, and desire.

Given your creative power, you can, with remarkable ease, ask for a gift.

And, when you ask for a gift, you are not asking but, instead, commanding.

Commanding a gift.

You can command a gift and receive a gift.

All with remarkable ease and speed.

Your gift can be anything.

Your gift can be a surprise.

Your gift can be a new opportunity.

Your gift can be a delicious meal.

Your gift can be a new adventure.

And so on and so forth.

You possess the power to command a gift and, then, to receive that gift.

Your gift can be anything and all things are possible to you.

But, of course, this is all rather abstract.

For this reason, you can find two experiments below.

Each one of these experiments allows you to command, and receive, a gift with ease.

You can conduct these experiments and, in doing so, you will learn who you are.

You will learn who you are and what is possible for you.

Ask For A Gift

Right now, at this moment, ask for a gift.

Just ask, out loud, for a gift.

Something like “I am asking for a gift. A gift that will come to me today. Thank you so much for this gift and thank you so much for the beauty and joy of this gift!” works well.

You can, of course, say something else. Something that resonates with you a little bit more.

No matter what you say, though, keep the gift vague and allow yourself to feel something.

To feel what?

Appreciative. Excited. Receptive.

A genuine sense of appreciation for what you are creating.

A genuine sense of excitement for the gift you will soon receive.

A genuine sense of receptivity towards the surprise-like nature of the gift you will soon receive.

And, then, let it go.

Remind yourself of the gift you are receiving and, when possible, focus on something else.

For this to be especially effective, it helps to say when you would like to receive this gift.

Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t something you need to do. But, if you say “I am asking for a gift that I will receive today,” or something like that, you will receive that gift today.

Specificity, in this case, seems to matter.

But, at the same time, being open-ended allows pleasant surprises to arrive with ease, which is why this experiment asks you to keep your gift vague.

For something more specific, though, the experiment below is worth conducting.

Ask For A Specific Gift

Right now, at this moment, ask for a gift.

Rather than asking for a vague, open-ended gift, though, ask for a specific gift.

A specific gift, such as:

  • A Particular Meal
  • A New Job
  • A Message From An Old Friend
  • A New Friend
  • A New Opportunity

And so on and so forth.

Don’t get me wrong, many of these are vague. But, there is a greater level of specificity to these than the vague nature of the command outlined in the experiment above.

To ask for a gift, say something like “I am asking for a gift. I am asking for a rich, tasty pizza that I will receive, and enjoy, today. Thank you so much for this gift and thank you so much for this pizza, for its taste, for just how filling it was, and just how nice it was to eat it!”

No, that’s not great. But, it works well enough.

Just like the previous experiment, allow yourself to feel appreciative.

To feel appreciative and, then, excited and receptive.

Or, perhaps, another set of equally rich feelings.

Really, the choice is up to you.

And, then, let it go.

You may receive your gift today, if that is what you ask for.

But, as with the previous experiment, you may not.

Your wish may come at a later date and, if so, that’s okay.

Just know that it’s done and that it is coming to you in a pleasant, enjoyable, and utterly natural manner.

With that in mind, allow yourself to relax.

To just relax and enjoy yourself.

Your infinite self and your infinite possibilities.

Conclusion

Right now, at this moment, all things are possible.

All things are possible to you.

Remember that and act from it.

My hope is that the two experiments above clarify your innate power and the possibilities available to you.

Regardless of what they lead to, though, thank you so much for reading!

As always, if you wish to reach me, you can do so at “maxwellcakin@gmail.com.”

Best wishes, and have a wonderful day!

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Hey! I’m Max! I Hope You Enjoy What You’re Reading, And If You Want To Reach Me For Any Reason At All, You Can Do So At “maxwellcakin@gmail.com”.

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Hey! I’m Max! I Hope You Enjoy What You’re Reading, And If You Want To Reach Me For Any Reason At All, You Can Do So At “maxwellcakin@gmail.com”.