May 26, 2021
Ask Deepak

The Life You Want.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


Hello Deepak, You said once that “we can have the life we want”. Considering the fact that the vast majority of people never have and currently don’t have the life they want I’m beginning to wonder if that is true. For years I believed that and figured that God would reveal my true path to me. Now, as I approach 50 years old, have no family, and can’t seem to make enough money to prosper and am weeks away from homelessness it seems as though God doesn’t even care and I’m even starting to think that my feelings about God are just delusions that have left me in denial about my life. If there is a God it obviously has no concern as to whether one thrives or suffers. All of the people I know that never cared about God or the deeper questions that I’ve always been asking are all prospering and I am not. Is it possible that your prosperity has nothing to do with God and everything to do with the family you were born into and the desire to be a doctor, etc.?


I think you misunderstood the role of individual intention and self-knowledge in how one creates the life one wants. It means that first you have to know who you are and what is important to you. What is worth having and worth striving for, not simply wanting what media and popular trends tell you is a good life. That process of reflection and self-enquiry into your true nature and value is not something that an external God gives to you, it is what your inner divinity reveals to itself.  That ongoing process of awakening is the life that your soul truly wants. The path of manifestation of a good life is ultimately about finding spiritual fulfillment and having material needs and comforts organizing around that spiritual core as necessary, not vice versa.



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