Want Something? Go Get It

But you didn’t had time or money to get it. Just go out and get it. Not only it will boost your self-respect, but it will also free your desire channel, which may be a little bit clogged by having that desire for such a long time.

In my experience, if you keep your internal focus too much on something you want, other things will start to fade inside you. You’ll start to idealize the object of your desire, pushing it outside the current reality.

Just go out and reach to what you want. It will be expensive, maybe, but at least you will free your internal focus from this obsession. You will actually unblock your normal flow of aspirations.

Dreaming too much about having something equals making that something inaccessible. 

The Subtle Working Of Getting What You Want, Fast

This doesn’t mean you should go broke by getting what you want, or, even worse, stepping on other people toes to get it. It rather means taking out that object from the area of “someday I will have this” and put it into the area “hell, I just got it”.

This works in a surprising way. At the first sight, it looks like it encourages attachment and accumulation and cheap consumerism. For a while, it may even do that. But, as you exercise the process of getting what you want, the clogginess will move from the mind to your current reality. Your mind will be free from desires, as you patch them one by one with the corresponding objects, and those objects will start to occupy your immediate field of perception. You will start to materialize stuff, for real.

And in the beginning there will be a lot of confusion. And things will get really crowded for a while. You will be surrounded by more and more stuff. You may get that big house you wanted, like, forever. And that car. Or even two cars. And clothes, and gadgets. And so on.

And here’s where it gets interesting: slowly, the effort of maintaining and managing all that stuff you own will overcome the joy of using it. The things you own end up owning you. That’s from “Fight Club”, of course.

And, eventually, you realize you simply don’t need all that stuff.

Maybe the desire itself was injected by somebody else and you picked it up unconsciously (advertising does that all the time). Maybe the desire was a placeholder for something with a deeper meaning, like an honest relationship, like the need for connecting authentically with somebody else. Whatever the reason, by getting the stuff you wanted, and getting it fast, without waiting to become a chronic imbalance, and, again, without significant trouble in your life (or other’s life), you will free yourself from it.

I know that because I’ve been there. I longed to have certain things and I delayed the process of actually getting them to the point that I started to worship them. To make them seem so precious and important, that I pushed their significance way beyond their real use. Only to find out, once I got them, I don’t really need them.

And the thing I learned was that, if there’s any sign of obsession in getting something, I should just go for it. If it’s really useful, it will stick. If not, at least I killed the desire early.

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15 Comments Add yours

  1. CattleCapers says:

    Great point. Just start going for it; the momentum will carry you forward.

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    1. GS says:

      Napoleon Hill: “Don’t wait. The time will NEVER be just right.”

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  2. M. Sebastian says:

    This is an interesting post and I like the part about getting what you want “unclogging” yourself, but unfortunately some people want things beyond material items and it is difficult to live with the regret of not having grasped onto them when we had the chance. Although I am making an effort on focusing elsewhere at this time, because unfortunately my hands are tied. 🤷‍♀️

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    1. GS says:

      Some people have trouble letting go of their pain or other unpleasant emotions about their past because they think those feelings are part of their identity. In some ways, they may not know who they are without their pain. This makes it impossible for them to let go. Most people are in this phase including me.

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      1. M. Sebastian says:

        Well I agree with that, a lot of people dont realize, but once you do you should continue on the road through healing. Pain is meant to be temporary to teach a lesson, not to be a permanent sidekick. I think you can do it, you can find your way through the pain and come out the other side and let it go. 🙏🏻

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      2. GS says:

        Whatever you’re doing right now, I know there’s pain. Anything worthy, anything that aspires towards a greater, higher expression of the self, will involve pain — because growth can be painful, and indeed, any true growth will bring pain. I know this intimately. In what I’m trying to do now I feel incredible pain — not physical, but the sort of pain that comes from fear and doubt, failure and setbacks, pain that must be overcome from within. Even though we don’t like pain, there’s something about it that we must be thankful for.

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      3. M. Sebastian says:

        Absolutely 💯

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      4. GS says:

        Glad you agree. Giving you more power ♥️

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Hope you have a great day!! xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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  3. This makes a lot of sense.

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    1. GS says:

      If you want something or someone don’t hesitate to go for it don’t be lazy, don’t be shy, DO NOT miss that opportunity. Nobody is going to give you want you want but you. so go get it!

      Want food? Go get it out of the fridge

      Want a good job? Go do what you have to do to get one, no one is going to give you a job for doing nothing.

      Like that boy/girl? make the first move or you may regret it when they get in another relationship. Otherwise don’t sit and wonder why that’s not you by his/her side

      Life isn’t served to you on a silver platter you have to serve yourself.

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      1. I agree. You should listen to Mel Robbins Ted Talk. That talk changed my life. Obvious but so necessary.

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      2. GS says:

        Thank you for the suggestion :)) I will


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