'My promise to you is to always give you what you ask. Your promise is to ask.' -- The Voice of God in Conversations with God, Book 1
For those of you who have been faithfully (pun intended) playing the 'Prosperity Game', I expect that you have been getting adequate exercise of your 'asking' muscle.
This is a very good thing because few of us have been encouraged in childhood to develop the ability to 'ask' as if 'asking' were an art.
However, as 'asking' is the crucial first step of the Deliberate Creative process, clearly all intentional manifestors must appreciate the importance of becoming very good 'askers'.
For some of us, 'asking' is a challenge.
While this could be related to fear of disappointment, feelings related to self-esteem or deservability, or to memories of being told 'no' often in childhood, it is time for each of us to come to a new conclusion about the power (and the value) of 'asking'.
As Abraham explains:
"What is a desire? A desire is a natural product of living in a diverse environment. Desires are born naturally within you. And when the desire is born, the desire is the promise of the future.
The desire is the summoning of life.
Although many of you do not understand what you're saying when you say it, you say 'Ask, and it is given.' The asking occurs through the desire that is born within you. When contrast helps you conclude a new decision or desire, that desire is a vibrational summoning of Energy.
The desire is the asking. The Life Force that comes in response to the desire is the answering to that asking." -- Abraham-Hicks
If 'asking' summons life force, clearly it is our personal responsibility to become good 'askers'.
How do we do that?
Well, practice makes perfect. ;-)
Your prosperity challenge for today: Practice your asking in one of the following ways...
Easy: Go to the 'Prosperity Game' at
and add to your list of 100 Things to Be, Do or Have.
Medium: Create a 'visualization board'. Find (or draw) pictures of the specific things, opportunities and experiences that you most want to draw into your life and post them on a board so that you can meditate upon these images frequently. Allow the Universe to support you in drawing these to you.
Pushing the Edge: Push yourself to make dozens of requests of other people today. Continue with the requests until you receive three 'nos'. Share your experience in the comments section below.
1st - Click on 'comments' under the topic under which you'd like offer a response
2nd - Scroll down to the bottom of the 'comments' section where you should find a box labeled 'Post a Comment'.
There you will find a place to add your name, email address and your comment.
3rd - Click preview or post.
Trusting that you will receive all that you are 'asking' for...