Why “what you deserve” sounds so un-spiritual. Self Love Sunday.

Cynthia Djengue teaches readers about their desires and beliefs, getting down deep to intuition, listening to Spirit. When people start discussing their desires, the “deserve” concept comes up often.

Girlfriends often encourage each other, “You deserve better,” friends with good intentions instruct “She doesn’t deserve you,” or colleagues will recognize your “you deserve a break.” In some of these exchanges, deserving makes sense and it feels right.

Other times, deserving seems like this judgemental concept coming from somewhere else out there.

Where is this world where everyone deserves better and why doesn’t it transition into justice, wealth and happiness for everyone? Because, we ALL deserve what we want, right!?

Deserve is a concept. In older language it meant, to serve well. Now it has become a signal for a life well played, people who follow the rules, and women or men who seem to have qualities that we all admire, therefore, of course she or he should receive in return.

The problem, though, with the concept of deserving, is that we lose our grip over vibration and desire. It rings too much like religion when we tell people they will get what they deserve, as if there is an authority figure in charge of our Spirit, our desires.

This is why, “what you deserve” sounds so un-spiritual.

It might take some time to practice your ability to attract. We have to believe, and never doubt, consciously and subconsciously, that we are going to have what we want. There can be certain details out of our control, that is my opinion, but generally, we can make things happen in the world.

Next time you discuss your desires with friends and colleagues, simply put all of it in the positive and encourage one another with taking action and believing. Use your emotional, spiritual and mental capacities to continue to know your beliefs.

[av_dropcap1]Y[/av_dropcap1]ou have to emotionalize the desire and goal and impress it into your subconscious mind as you take inspired action towards what you want to achieve. This way you have every part of your body, mind and soul working towards the fulfillment of your goals. This is when and how the law of attraction works as well as it can for you. John Assaraf

Believe in what you ask for, not what you deserve. Stop telling friends they deserve… something, or someone. Desires don’t vibe with deserve.

Abraham Hicks said, “Use whatever excuse you can to vibrate in harmony with those things you’ve been saying you want. And when you do, those things that are a vibrational equivalent flow into your experience in abundance. Not because you deserve it, not because you’ve earned it, but because it’s the natural consequence of the Law of Attraction. That which is like unto itself is drawn.”

We are energy. We are the Universe. God. A reflection of all that is. We, according to scientists, are stars and the Universe.

It puts things in perspective, yes? The job or contract you want, the relationship you’d like to experience, and the new car you need is certainly a combination of beliefs and feelings and you will need.

It requires you to develop skills in creating a holistic and self-loving attitude in your life and getting away from “what you deserve.”

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7 Replies to “Why “what you deserve” sounds so un-spiritual. Self Love Sunday.”

  1. I’ve often struggled with the word deserve, especially when used in contexts as mentioned above. I alway wonder whenever someone says you deserve better, or you deserve what you have coming, etc who are they to judge? Interesting discussion.

  2. I am so in love with this. We don’t deserve anything, we only attract what we put out there. This is something I have really been working on in myself and it has been transformative.

  3. Love this! Especially the Abraham Hicks quote. Whenever I feel like I’m getting out of alignment with what I want to achieve, I find myself plunking The Secret into the DVD player, watching the whole thing and then sitting down to pray about what I’m attracting and what God wants for me.

  4. This is a very interesting concept. I agree that beliefs, feelings, and intentions are definitely important as is action. To me the word “deserve” reminds me of “entitled”. I think it is important to put our desires out there.

  5. Thank you for this. Such an empowering post! I particularly appreciate how you encourage us to talk about positive activities with family and friends. I find so often when I ask females in my life how they are, they respond with smoothing that is stressing them or troubling them. Let’s encourage each other to talk about the good and leave the bad where it belongs.

  6. This is somewhat of a new concept to me and I find it very interesting. I know a few people that talk a lot about The Law of Attraction and it seems to work VERY well for them. I look forward to learning more about this and implementing it into my life. Thanks for this!

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