Ask Big

The Universe works in partnership with you. It can only express itself through you. It is a kind of collaboration where the Universe promises to deliver anything you ask for and where you promise to ask for anything and everything that assists you in expressing your full life and happiness. The Universe cannot express itself through you if you do not ask.

So, please ask. That’s your part of the promise.
And the Universe shall be more than glad to deliver. It wants you to have the good things. It wants you to live the good life. All you have to do is just ask. Make it absolutely clear in your mind what you want and trust that the universal forces will bring things into your life with absolute certainty.

So, ask now, ask big.

Dream up a reality so incredible that it sets your heart racing just thinking about it. Create a vision of your ideal life. It doesn’t matter how it will come about, just dare to envision it in your imagination. Then keep that marvellous vision always in front of your eyes. For the more you revisit your goals and dreams, mentally and in the being, the faster you will see them in your reality.

It doesn’t matter how big your dreams are – the Universe awaits your command, ever ready to recreate your visions.

But beware, if you entertain visions of failure, lack, and misery – what you are asking for is pain and suffering which the Universe will be bound to manifest. So take extra caution on the thoughts you think and the feelings you extend out into the universe.

The Universe awaits your command. It is eager to express itself through you.
It constantly seeks a channel for its expression. All you have to do is ask and the Universe will spring into activity.

Think, believe in, and imagine great realities for yourself and hand them over to the Universe. (But don’t undo your progress with visions of loss or failure.)

Keep your promise, do your duty, help the Universe express its greatness through you!
The Universe awaits your command – ask now,

ask big!

I bargained with Life for a penny,
And Life would pay no more,
However I begged at evening
When I counted my scanty store;

For Life is a just employer,
It gives you what you ask,
But once you have set the wages,
Why you must bear the task.

I worked for a menial’s hire,
Only to learn, dismayed,
That any wage I had asked of Life,
Life would have willingly paid.

By Jessie B. Rittenhouse(1869 – 1948)