• Venkatesan R

Opportunity

23.6.2015

Question: Sir. Does the opportunity come naturally or we have to create it? Please talk about opportunity.


Answer: An opportunity is a possibility due to a favorable combination of circumstances. Everything is happening in your life according to the law of demand and supply... Whatever you demand, nature will supply it at the right time.


Nature creates opportunity according to your demand. It means that you are creating the opportunity. Your demand goes to your subconscious mind from where it will be reflecting. Your subconscious mind is connected to everybody's subconscious mind.


When your demand reflects in your subconscious mind, it reaches the respective people's subconscious mind. Then an opportunity comes to meet those who are going to help you to fulfill your demand. As this process is happening in the subtler level and it is unseen, people call it luck. Luck means unseen.


According to the intensity and priority of your demand, the opportunity will come in a short period or a long period. When it comes after a long period, by the time you may have forgotten your demand. Then you will miss the opportunity. To seize the opportunity you must be aware because the same opportunity will never come again.


Good morning.... Be aware and seize the opportunity... 💐


Venkatesh - Bangalore

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