> I am not sure that I am understanding something, on one hand we are told to detatch from any outcome and on the other hand am hearing that we should be emotionaly invested in the joy of the outcome so that it will manifest. I feel that I am eather missing or missunderstanding something important. Any light you can shed will be most appreciated. Again, Thank You and Bright Blessings.

It may seem contradictory, but they are actually the same thing.  The way I would suggest to people to 'detach ' from an outcome is to let go of the attachment or need to itHave your perspective such that it feels good.  So the emotions that you 'invest' towards it, if any, are light, and enjoyable.

Let go of the details, let go of any attachment or need to aspects of itTrust that by you focusing on the essences of what is important to you, the details will take care of themselves.  When you do this, what you will be doing is taking away any 'heaviness' and resistance towards it, and what you will be left with is the joy that you are talking about in emotionally investing in it.


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  • Martina says:

    I am a great fan of the law of attraction and always look forward to finding more information about it. There have been times when it has worked in my life and I am working at becoming a master at it!

  • Joy says:

    I agree that detachment is really important. When we are attached to the outcome it delays manifestation.

  • Faye says:

    Indeed, the whole idea of detachment from outcomes can seem contradictory. You describe very well the importance though of turning our focus away from a perspective of worrying or even wondering about the outcome and instead simply focusing upon our present moment joy. It’s often a subtle distinction but one that will dramatically affect the creation of our reality.
    You have so many inspiring and informative articles on your website..I really enjoyed browsing through..I will visit often. 🙂

  • Hemal says:

    Thank you Martina, Joy and Faye!
    I agree Faye, and thank you 🙂

  • I agree that detachment is really important.