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Cosmic Ordering - let's try again?

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SylviasSlippers Fri 28-Feb-14 09:12:54

Logically I know it "should" be a load of crap but every time I've tried it, I've received what I asked for. Way back as an 8 year old we were moving house and I so desperately wanted a garden with steps on the path (no idea why). I visualised it and "prayed" for it and the house we ended up with had two steps on the path which was very rare in that area.

More recently I stumbled across the concept of cosmic ordering and decided to "order" a money find. A few nights later we were walking through a graveyard and there on the ground wet through and covered in muck was a £10 note staring up at me. I put it down to co-incidence.

A couple of years later I met a guy, fell in love with him and looking back it was obvious that I liked him more than he liked me ... So out of desperation I "cosmically ordered" for him to tell me he loved me on one specific night. So there we are, camping in a field, messing around and I do something daft and he laughs and says "oh god, I love you!" - he was not being serious, he was being sarcy but he still said it.

So a few months later I placed a cosmic order for him to say he loved me and meant it. So there we are, great night out, we're back in the hotel, he'd not said it. I tried to prompt it by asking how he thought the relationship was going and he said "great, but let's take it slow eh? I mean, I don't want to say I love you ... We've not been together long ... But I do, I do love you ..." Wtf? Cosmic order granted but not quite in the way I'd hoped.

A year later, we're still together. I place a cosmic order for him to ask me to marry him on this specific night. So we're sat in a restraunt and I do not prompt the conversation at all. All of a sudden he laughs and says "let's run off and get married in Vegas?". I didn't know how to take it so didn't say anything .. He then added - "I'm joking ..."

A few days ago I "ordered" an iphone 5c in green for less than £300 - that same night dp told me he'd won me that same phone on ebay for £260 (almost impossible to get one so cheap in "like new" condition.

It just seems that I get everything I ask for when I try it but never in a way I expect it. Does anyone else have any stories about cosmic ordering?
If you're not into it, don't take the piss please :-)

Today, I'm going to try it again. I'm going to start small and order the sighting of a red balloon by the end of the day. I'll update tonight whether or not it appeared.

SylviasSlippers Fri 28-Feb-14 10:03:17

Bit weird but after posting this and making my cosmic order for the appearance of a red balloon I came downstairs and put youtube on - searched for Blondie music to listen to whilst doing the housework and just happened to notice down the side of the screen - similar videos - "99 red balloons" music and lyrics.

Never even heard of the song. I'm taking it as a sign.

technodad Fri 28-Feb-14 19:45:43

So how exactly does it work?

Dynasty Fri 28-Feb-14 21:48:29

I've found it works, even before I realised it had a name and that other people did it.

HettiePetal Fri 28-Feb-14 23:05:35

"I'm taking it as a sign".

Of course you are.

That is religion, ghostly encounters and cosmic ordering in a nutshell. "I'm taking it as a sign".

Not very romantic that your BF had to be forced by the universe to propose to you. Personally, I'd prefer that free will came into it somewhere.

GuybrushThreepwoodMP Sat 01-Mar-14 07:34:16

I'm taking it as a sign = confirmation bias.
Nowt wrong with thinking positively, but take credit for your own achievements. If something great happened, there's no woo about it- you made it happen yourself without outside forces.

RestingActress Sat 01-Mar-14 07:47:08

I think I'm on all the other CO threads now grin. Taking it as a sign is presumably how positive thinking works. It breeds positivity which changes your attitude.

HettiePetal Sat 01-Mar-14 08:09:57

I hardly think a positive attitude can cause a YT video to pop up. Coincidence snatched at as a "sign". very silly people are. Usually women when it comes to this sort of thing, I'm sorry to say.

BeerTricksPotter Sat 01-Mar-14 19:12:21

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

HettiePetal Sat 01-Mar-14 22:10:53

Not familiar with the word, "usually", then, Beer?

BeerTricksPotter Sun 02-Mar-14 08:40:23

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HettiePetal Sun 02-Mar-14 12:41:31

Fu....I mean, bless you too, Beer.

IndigoBarbie Sun 02-Mar-14 13:35:05

Sylvia, great to hear you're in the flow of your own creation field smile so, in a way, just like another poster said - no 'woo' about it, you should take the credit...

ScooseIsLoose Sun 02-Mar-14 13:43:54

bloody hell someone's snippy have a biscuit Hettie smile

ScooseIsLoose Sun 02-Mar-14 13:45:35

op if you believe in co and it works for you then good for you , I personally don't believe in it but each to their own smile

ColinFirthsGirth Sun 02-Mar-14 18:43:52

Sylvia - I am happy to have a discusion on this and I hope others do too. I hope it doesn't end up like the other thread there was no need for that.

ScooseIsLoose - thankyou for being so reasonable, if only every posters was like you!. I feel the same way about peoples beliefs. I disagree with people about certain things but I don't mind what others believe in as long as it doesn't hurt others.

KarenBrockman Sun 02-Mar-14 19:01:58

marking my place.

ColinFirthsGirth Sun 02-Mar-14 19:04:21

Sylvia, I think your story is interesting! I do think there is something in it all. It is something I want to try and use more. When I have tried to use it and made a vision board etc it has definitely helped me to focus and be more positive. I have had some strange coincidences/synchronicities happen after I have done some cosmic ordering.

petitepeach Mon 03-Mar-14 10:37:42

Hello again.....watching with interest.... Anymore advice on how you use this in everyday life? For a more positive outlook?

Am just trying to visualise the way I want my life to be - but maybe I need to be more specific about small things to start of with?

petitepeach Mon 03-Mar-14 10:44:44

Ah just read you mention a 'vision board' that would help to focus ones ideas etc...

ScarletStar Mon 03-Mar-14 16:46:04

Have you read the books by Abraham-Hicks? They have one called 'The Law of Attraction' with a free CD of their workshop/lecture. It's much, much better than The Secret by Rhonda Byrne.

petitepeach Mon 03-Mar-14 17:42:42

Thanks will check Amazon..grin

Dynasty Mon 03-Mar-14 19:12:59

Has it occurred to anyone that it is simply another way of praying? I was thinking about this the other day.

Dynasty Mon 03-Mar-14 19:13:11

Or vice-versa....

thesaurusgirl Mon 03-Mar-14 19:24:32

I posted on the first thread (and have been ignoring the one getting all yowly).

I like to call the process 'heightened postivity' but there's definitely some kind of magic involved.

I refused to disclose my three-part cosmic order on here as it was so intensely personal, but I have to tell you that, against all expectations on my part, Part 1 has come true. The day it happened every hair on my body stood on end and prickled I was so shocked.

Now Part 2 isn't looking unlikely; it may even come off by the end of April.

If Part 3 happens by Christmas I may spontaneously combust grin. I'll certainly come back and tell all if it does.

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