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The Universe Will Respond to Your Requests

Updated on February 23, 2015

The Law of Attraction states that what you put out into the universe you get back. Some people do not believe it.

Some people get negative and they feel that no matter how hard they pray or wish for things they do not get to see it in real life. They get negative and discouraged. They feel that the universe is not listening and God is not answering their prayers. The universe is listening sometimes the people are not paying attention.

First you have to ask the universe what you want. Then you have to believe that you could have it. Then you have to be thankful that it already happen and feel like you have it. Then you have to let go and trust that the universe will bring it you the best way possible. Then when you least expect it you will have it.

Sometimes the universe sends us signs. They could be in a dream or a song on the radio. They could even be a sign on a billboard or they could be on the title of a book in a bookstore. The signs are all around you. The universe sends people messages each and every day you just have to be aware of what is happeining around you. Just because your wish has not came true yet does not mean that the universe is not listening.

The universe is also responding to your vibration. You have to see it inside before you can see it on the outside. You have to speak words of faith. Be grateful for all that you have and be grateful for all that is comming your way. The universe responds to gratitude. You have to feel happy inside and know that at any moment all of your dreams could come true.

Whatever you do you cannot doubt. Once you start doubting yourself and your desires you are cancelling your request to the universe. If you doubt you will never achieve what you want. So no matter how things look in reality keep believing it will happen. Sometimes you have to believe it in order to see it.

The universe does not care how big or small your request is. You could put out there to have a child or land your dream job. You can have the house you want. Everything will all come together once you start beliving. All you have to do is trust the universe and let things unfold the way they are meant to. Do not worry about the how. That is the universe's job. Just know that it will happen and everything will fall into place.

You do not have to keep asking the same request to the universe. When you ask it more than once you are doubting. Think of it like placing an order when you go out to eat. You don't keep telling the waiter or waitress what you want to eat. You place your order and then when the food is ready it is served. If you keep asking the universe what you want and complain how it has not happened yet you are cancelling your request to the universe. You are showing doubt and the universe does not respond to doubt. It responds to faith.

Timing is important also. You cannot put a time limit on what you ant. Everything happens when it is meant to. There is no time limit. You can't say "I want a boyfriend by Valentine's Day" and then complain that you don't have it or start thinking that you will be alone forever and never have a Valentine's Day with someone special. You might not have someone this Valentine's Day but you do not know about the following year. You could meet someone on Valentine's Day or start dating someone the week after. Having a time limit will just leave you stressed and cause you anxiety. The universe decides when and how your request will happen.

Start beliving and start paying attention to everything that is hapening around you. Look for signs wherever you go. No matter what never give up on what you want. No matter how things look or how long you are waiting, keep on believing.


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      3 years ago from Olde London Towne


      The Gadfly here, i am quite impressed by the article, very inspiring for me at the very least. There is an olde saying not sure where from but it is 'seek and ye shall find'. How true!



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