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InfiniteFulfillment Week 3/52 Check-In: What Does Certainty Know?

What Does Certainty Know?

Well Certainty must know faith!  When I experience absolute and assured knowing in the very core of my being, faith just IS!  I don’t even think about it.  It is acutely present – no questions or wondering. Desire is alive – already in a state of fulfillment – Done!

When Certainty is present, my persistent Wants disappear. I automatically give up trying to figure out how or analyze what.  I completely savour Desire and relax into my Intentions.

So what keeps my Wants so often in place, consistently taking over Desire and Intentions?  ‘Trying’ is probably worth considering – When I am inside Want, I keep trying!  Maybe the difference between Want and Desire is purity!  It seems to me that Desire is Desire, pure and simple.  Want has something inside or behind it – a reason or condition, an attempt at something.  I think there’s something to this – something  to be revealed!

For those of you who have your QuintessentialYou Blueprint, check your three IntentionWants: You For You, You With Other, You In World.  These IntentionWants are QuintessentialYou! Looking at my own, I wonder what my fundamental Wants are attempting to achieve or ensure in reference to my Intentions.

For those of you who haven’t yet revealed your QuintessentialYou Blueprint, begin with your core – Discover your EssenceExpression. It takes only an hour of your time, in person or by telephone.  It is a Gift to you – the beginning of your QuintessentialYou Blueprint revealed.

Back to hanging out with this week’s InquiryExploration:

What experience do I know?

One Response to “InfiniteFulfillment Week 3/52 Check-In: What Does Certainty Know?”

  1. Ron Piper says:

    Experience? The thought, the emotion and the action that led to a response? Is what we experience the sum of our responses? Is my experience the compass I navigate with? But this will always be wanting because there is always an idealised path which is different from what we think we should tread.

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