Reply To: specific material success

Peter Bunyan

    Hi requin

    No “supposed to” in it in my opinion. “Because” ties your suggestion to something else. You do not need any reason or excuse for your suggestion beyond wanting your suggestion to be true and to happen. In your particular example you do not need a reason to be happy. If you think you will be happy when you have x then the chances are that it will not last and you will find that you need y to be happy, and then later z. Or look at it this way, if you can find gratitude for things you do not yet have using W of A then you can also be happy for things you do not yet have. If in your example you already have x then you should be happy and do not need the Positive. I assume you do not have x, therefore your statement should focus around having x or simply ” “Now I can be happy”. Best to keep statements short and simple.

    Hope this helps