Sunday, October 28, 2007

It's Ok To Want More

Hello Friends,

Hope all is well. It hard sometimes to ask for things that we want. We might think that we are not deserving of it. Maybe we don't want to appear to be too greedy.

This article explains why it is o.k. to want a lot from the Universe. Make sure to give back though. Helping others, is helping the whole. Enjoy.

Is It Really O.k. To Want More?

This week, a coaching client asked me this question: "Rebecca, is it REALLY o.k. to want to create more and more and more? Aren't we supposed to be content with just a few things?"

The answer that came from my Inner Being was so delicious! "Was God, the Creative Force, content to create the earth, sun, moon and a few stars and planets?


The Master Creator created more and more and more--infinitely MORE galaxies, infinitely MORE stars, infinitely MORE comets, infinitely MORE nebulae--the Universe is endless! No matter how far out into deep space the Hubble Space Telescope goes it will still be viewing MORE and MORE and MORE."

I believe that even MORE is being created in every moment.

If we are the physical extensions of the nonphysical creative force

If we are "made in the image and likeness of God"

If we are here on earth to be powerful creators (sons and daughters of god)

--then we cannot help but continue to create through our desires and thoughts.

By: Rebecca Hanson

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Rebecca Hanson is a Master Law of Attraction Coach. Thousands of people have enjoyed her talks or articles about real-life experiences and how she found the "nugget of truth" in every situation. Now she has such a deep grasp of how faith, beliefs and thinking work that she is able to lift others to a higher level, very quickly. You can contact Rebecca at or on her website at and sign up for her free “Museletter”. Rebecca has also written a book called, “Law of Attraction for Business: How to create a business or attract a job you LOVE!” To find out more about this book and other information check out

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