Most individuals do not know or are not aware of the contracts made during the sleep state or during the day. In everyday life, an individual might say to another, “If you do this for me, I will do that for you.” This would be considered a contract. Traveling is done in the sleep state and you are also doing other things while awake. So you may be making contracts unknown to you.
If you are asking for assistance with something, there must be something of value to the other person accepting the contract. The item or service traded may or may not have much of any value to you. The person accepting your contract may accept what you are offering or asking for something else to trade. It may be something you can do and the other person cannot. Your contract may be picked up by someone from this lifetime or a previous lifetime or someone you do not know.
How do you know someone accepted your contract? You can ask in meditation whether it has been accepted or not. If you are asking for help with learning a lesson, be sure to ask that the lesson be gentle and easy. Otherwise, you may not be happy with the process. My experience with a friend stepping forward to assist me was one of the worst things I went through. I will never forget that lesson.
Oftentimes, I discover I fulfilled a contract for someone else. One contract I remember was during the summer when home from college. I was invited to a party. When I arrived, I realized I did not know anyone there. While walking around awhile I had noticed a good-looking young man by himself. I was about ready to leave when he tapped me on the shoulder and started talking to me. It turned out that he just needed someone to listen to him. Very little was said by me. After we parted, I left the party and realized that was the reason for going to the party.
How do you know if someone is offering you a contract? This depends on how you receive information since this may be different for each of you. For me, I am clairvoyant (clear seeing). I usually see a ring or a rose or a bouquet of flowers. If you do not say “no”, then it is assumed it is a yes. If it is a “yes”, then I am usually shown the individual making the offer to me.
I suggest that you set boundaries as to what you will accept. My basic boundaries include the following: It must not interfere with my path, it cannot be harmful to me or anyone else and it must be easy for me to do. You can add whatever else so that you are comfortable with the contract.
What if I do not want to have any contracts accepted by me during the sleep state or during the awaken state? The easiest way is before you get out of bed in the morning and when you go to bed at night, place all contracts in the big double shredder in the sky.
Wishing you love in all that you do,