Sunday, November 20, 2016

God Never Says No

I'm sure some of you are reading that title of this blog post and thinking right now, "Pam, what are you talking about? God never says 'no'? Really? Then how come none of my prayers ever seem to get answered?!? He's said 'no' to me many times; if only I had a buck for every time I've heard 'no', I'd have that money I've been asking from him for so long!"

I get it, because I used to feel the same way. I used to think we had to beg and plead God for things...and of course, I'd end up bitterly disappointed, hurt, confused, and angry when I didn't get them.

But the statement that He (or source, or the Universe, or whatever you want to call it/him/her) never says no is absolutely true. I'm going to explain why. And as it turns out, this fits in perfectly with the law of attraction.

I learned that God never says no by a man named Neale Donald Walsch. He's an author that wrote a series of books called Conversations With God. I haven't read any of them yet, but I'm familiar with what they're about. Basically, about a good 25 years ago Walsch was sort of thinking out loud, asking God questions, and he said something was providing the answers that caused him to handwrite them out for weeks on end. The result was his book series where he believes God answered many questions for him about life and how to create the one that we want.

Sometime last year I came across a video clip of Walsch speaking to an audience about the God never says no concept. He explained it in a flip way: God never says no, which means he only says yes. And whatever you say, think, and believe and put out there to the Universe, God says yes to and that's what you attract.

As Walsch says in the clip, if you go around saying, "I want more money!" God agrees with you and says, "Yes, you do. That's true. You want more money." And that's what you attract...the continued wanting of more money, but not actually getting it.

So it makes sense to speak only of what you want, as if you actually already have it. "I have plenty of money. Money comes to me easily and effortlessly. " And God says yes, that's true.

There's no begging, no pleading, and no getting down on your knees to pray. I stopped "praying" that way years ago.

Here's that clip of Walsch explaining this concept and how it works. I find it fascinating and hope it clarifies in manifesting. Be sure to pay attention as well to his last statement before the clip ends, about disregarding appearances. If anyone out there knows if this whole presentation is available online in its entirety, please let me know; I'd love to be able to view the whole thing. 

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