What is it that you desire? What do you long for? Do you enjoy your desires, secure in the knowledge that all you could ever want or need will be yours? Or do you struggle against them, deny them, find in your longings an excuse to suffer and focus on what you lack?
Understand the true nature of your desires: they show you who you are, and who you want to be. There is no reason for jealousy or suffering. Look around you–so often what we want we have already, for love, abundance and beauty come in endless forms. If not, know that your desires are your guide, leading you toward the future. Perhaps not the future you expect, perhaps not the exact replica of your visions, but nevertheless a glimpse into what is forming around you.
What we desire most is to feel. The desired object, experience or person is not so deeply longed for as the feeling of love, safety, peace, adventure or passion. Feelings are our truest, deepest desires. Locate the truth of your dream, and the ways to fulfill it will be limitless. Problems will become possibilities, a chance to use your creativity and vision.
Open your heart to your desires. Let them teach you who you are and who you may be. Know that they are yours, waiting for you to claim them.