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[Series: Your Questions, Part 16] He blocked me. Has my intention not reached the subconscious?

Hello! This is Iruru.

I made up my mind, but something unexpected happened! Have you ever experienced this?

Today we will talk about such a consultation.

I watched LoveSync Attraction's videos and made up my mind about my intentions. I've been doing daily affirmations and other subconscious-related methods that I like. However, recently, I happened to contact him, and when I messaged him on LINE, I found out that he had blocked me. I thought it might be a mistake, so I checked again after a few days, and he was still blocked. I'm very shocked by this. Did this happen because of my thoughts? I haven't changed my intentions since I made up my mind, and I didn't wish for something like this to happen.

That's what I thought, but it doesn't happen!

You decided to be in love with him, but he blocked you from LINE. If that happens,

I thought about it, but it's completely not happening! Blocking on LINE, I never thought of it! Why is this happening? Am I thinking wrong? Is it not reaching my subconscious?

It's tempting to think like that.

In LoveSync Attraction, we always emphasize that manifesting your desires in the subconscious is simply about "thinking it, so it happens." "Thinking it" is just thinking.

All you need to do is decide how you want things to be with him and determine your own feelings.

While doing this, there may be instances like this one, where you think, "I didn't think about this, but he blocked me on LINE!

Such occurrences might happen, but I don't think it's a matter of "thinking wrong" or "not reaching the subconscious.

There's no such thing as a correct way of thinking; it's all about "thinking it, so it happens," and sometimes you might experience things happening even when you didn't consciously think about them.

Still, after all, "Because I think so, it will happen."

Being blocked by him may be connected to that if you have feelings of love with him, or on the other hand, you may have strong feelings like ``

If things continue like this, things won't work out with him, and there's no way he will love me.'' Maybe my dream had come true.

Even if it looks different from what you had originally planned, you may be able to say that you had thought it before you knew it, and it has come true.
I just feel like something different from what I thought ``right now'' is unfolding before my eyes, because what I had thought for a long time has already come true.

*Regarding this, if what's unfolding in front of you is something you don't want to cause, or if it's really painful, you don't have to accept it.

You don't have to accept it if you don't want to. First and foremost, take care of yourself.

So what am I gonna do?

Saying this might make you wonder, "Well, what should I do then?"

The solution is actually very simple and straightforward. If something like this happens, and you feel that it's something you didn't want, then just think about what you truly want to happen. That's it.

I once felt angry at myself when I thought something had manifested even though I didn't consciously want it. I thought, "I couldn't have possibly wanted this! I never thought about it!" If you find yourself feeling the same way, it might be helpful to forgive yourself for manifesting something you didn't think you wanted.

"I didn't intend to do that, but it turned out like this."
"You made the impossible come true! What a shame!"

Try affirming and accepting your thoughts and feelings just as they are.

It's okay to say to yourself, "It's okay to feel frustrated when things don't manifest as I'd like," or "I'm tired of overthinking, and that's perfectly fine." You've been working hard to reconcile, and it hasn't been easy. So, please, be kind to yourself and acknowledge all the effort you've put in.

If the idea of "forgiving" doesn't resonate with you, you don't have to force it; just allow yourself to feel what you feel.

You want to find the cause of this and solve it! ?

Moreover, some people might wonder why they always seem to attract individuals in relationships or even married people when they've decided they want a loving relationship with someone. They might think there's some inner cause for this pattern and seek to understand the reasons.

For those who find themselves in this situation, seeking counseling or therapy with a mental health professional could be an option.

Speaking with a professional counselor may help uncover potential underlying reasons, which could eventually lead to self-acceptance and an easier way of living. However, I don't particularly recommend this approach.

The reason is that delving into such issues and overthinking them often leads to thought patterns concluding that things won't work out or that it's just your ego saying, "It won't happen."

So, instead of delving into these thoughts and trying to connect them with the seemingly unfulfilled reality, I suggest reframing your mindset.

I believe it's more efficient to simply decide to be in the state of your desires, such as "being in a loving relationship with him." Keep it simple and make the decision to stay in the state of having what you want.

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