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How to Receive What You Want

How To’s designed to get you unstuck and pull you into alignment with your highest self.

If you’re not receiving what you want in your life right now, I want to share two things that may be the culprit.

Either you haven’t open the pipelines to receive it,


There’s part of you that doesn’t want it.

Let’s unpack those!

Blocked pipelines

You can’t receive what you don’t already have.

Though this principle may sound like a paradox, it makes sense the closer you look at it.

Because it starts with us.

And at the end of the day, it’s all up to us.

If I block grace and acceptance from myself by subconsciously (or actively!) believing I don’t deserve them, how likely am I to be able to receive those things even if someone else genuinely tries to give them to me?

Even if just part of us believes we’re lesser than, it will wreak all kinds of havoc in our lives and relationships in the form of blocked pipelines.

So, if you want freedom, ask yourself how much freedom you give to yourself and others.

If you want belonging, notice how much you give yourself and others belonging.

And the same is true for everything else we might want since the root of why something is important to us almost always reflects, “because it will give me happiness, fulfillment, purpose, etc.”

The truth is that everything we truly desire and require for fulfillment is within us already.

We just have to open ourselves up to receive.

When you grant yourself access to what you want by pouring it upon yourselves and others, it’ll clear that junk right up and open those blocked receptors!

Part of us doesn’t want it

This is another concept that’s often overlooked because it seems ridiculous at first.

If we say we’re looking for the perfect career, a secure relationship, mounds of money, or a bangin’ body, why would part of us NOT want those things?

Well, the perfect career could raise others’ expectations of us and possibly put us in a position to find out we’re not as good as we think we are at X, Y, or Z.

That secure relationship might bring up a deep seated belief that others always let us down.

A rapidly growing bank account may dial up a voice up in our ears that screams “money is the root of all evil!”

And losing those extra pounds might lead to rejection from people in our lives who are more comfortable with us being heavier.

There are infinite different reasons all of us might self sabotage – these are just to name a few.

Putting it into practice

So, to get all the parts of you on the same page, start by asking yourself some questions.

  • What do I want?
  • Is this something I can give to myself and others?
  • What bad thing might/will happen if I get what I want?

Trust your gut and let the answers surprise you.

After all, this may be what’s standing between you and having the fulfillment you’re looking for.

I hope this helps to give you some inspiration and new things to try on your own, fantastic journey.

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