Thursday, 9 June 2016

How To Ask For And Receive A Direct Answer From Source

First of all, be careful what you wish for.  I say that not because you shouldn't all get everything you've ever desired, but because Source is always, and I mean always giving you direct answers, inspiration, guidance, help, and advice.  Source knows your questions before you even have to ask them and is prepared to guide you to the solution.

Why then should you be careful about what you wish for? Because if you're not getting the answers to your questions, then you've only got yourself to blame.

I don't say this to make you feel guilty.  Hell, there's been plenty of times I've blocked my own way and haven't let Source's guidance come through.  We've all done it, so yeah, don't feel bad about it, just do something to correct it.  And that means taking responsibility for your part in this.

Okay, so we're none of us perfect, and we all screw up from time to time.


Good thing Source loves us anyway.

It's also a good thing Source is always sending us signs and pointing us in the right direction.  We don't usually notice these things unless we're actively trying to find a solution to something.  We get too busy with the minutiae of life to notice.  But when something big comes up, that's when we turn to Source.  You may recognize it as prayer.

It doesn't have to be in a formal structure of prayer ie :" Dear God, can you help me with such and such?"  Although that's perfectly fine.  But it can be as simple as "How do I fix this?" or "How can I make this better" or "Where can I find the money for that?"

The trick is to monitor your feelings when you're asking for help.  I know, I know, that seems counter-intuitive because we usually only ask for help when we're scared, desperate or hopeless. You'll never receive the answer to your question or prayer if this is the vibration you're sending off.

You have to find a way to raise your vibration on the subject you are asking about.  Believe me, I know how hard this is.  Fifteen years ago I watched my mother succumb to cancer during which time I prayed my little heart out.  I was scared.  I was fearful. I was terrified.

I got no comfort until after she had passed, when Thank God, I realized I had to focus on being grateful for the wonderful mother I had, and that I had had her well into my adulthood.  I decided to focus on that to get me through.  And you know what?  It helped.  I know now that the inspiration came from Source.  I needed a way to feel better.  I needed a way to smile again and I was open to anything.  Source was looking out for me and guided me to a better feeling, even during such a sad time.

So even if you are going through something difficult, be open.  Be receptive.  Accept that Source loves you and is always providing help to you.  Make a conscious decision to look for positive signs around you.  Allow yourself to laugh.  Listen.  Pay attention.  Believe that Source loves you, 'cause boy does it ever.

When (not if) you do that, you will get answers.  You will get support and relief.  Trust in the process and know that everything is always working out for you.