A couple of weeks ago, I came across a YouTube video about a guy named Ken Robinson. Ken acquired a $300,000 house in a Dallas suburb using some knowledge and $16.
Ken used an outdated law to take ownership of the house. From what I’ve read, people speculate he won’t own the house permanently. Also, they don’t think he has the means to pay the property taxes.
Whether Ken being allowed to move into the house is fair or not, I’m fascinated by the way in which he manifested a house.
When you think of wanting to own a new home, chances are your thoughts go in the usual direction:
I’ll have to save more money.
I’ll have to increase my income.
I’ll need a higher credit rating.
I may need to ask someone to co-sign for a mortgage.
Maybe I should lower my standards and look for something more reasonably priced.
And on and on…
Ken’s story reminds us that we need to stop being attached to how we believe things will unfold.
Sure, you’ve heard of people who inherit a house, win one in some sort of contest, or acquire one in some crazy way like Ken did. In your logical mind, you know anything is possible, but chances are you don’t believe it is possible for you.
Actually, it is possible for you. You just need to open yourself up to having the faith to believe there are things waiting to come into your life in ways you can’t foresee just yet.
It really is as simple as asking for what you want to be brought to you in a way that is extraordinary, exciting, and comes with a sense of ease.
Imagine writing your own blog post detailing how you got your new home, first by asking, then experiencing the most crazy coincidences and chain of events that completely blew your mind and left you with a profound sense of awe and gratitude as you moved in.
Whether or not Ken stays in the house, in my opinion, doesn’t matter. I bet he is now confident in his ability to manifest big things. I bet all the media attention he got opened him up to new opportunities (like teaching people how to do what he did). I bet after living in a beautiful home, Ken will do what he can to continue manifesting luxury in his life.
Check out his story: