I have read many articles and books that relate to manifestation. I was amazed at the wonderful and miraculous things people were able to manifest in their lives for themselves.
I love the idea that we are creators. I see that we are. You only have to look back on your life to see the numerous times you brought something to be with your focus.
I made the connection when I discovered I was creating/manifesting what was happening in my life. In the beginning I was creating what I didn’t want in my life but I guess you have to start somewhere. No matter how much of a disaster you believe your life to be, you are always on a continuum. You are either at the beginning of something, (maybe some kind of growth lesson, Karmic debt or life might be trying to tell you something), somewhere in the middle or nearing the end. I find it difficult to tell where I am, but I try not to think too much about it, I trust that all will be revealed in good time.
Of course in the beginning of this discovery I wanted to know everything I could and I wanted to get to work straight away. Non of this starting small business for me. My thinking was, why can’t I go for it? Why can’t it be me? I’m worth it, right? So I set to putting out some pretty full on desires. It was so much fun, the creative juices were flowing and it felt great. Then I naively sat back and waited for it all to just come to be. Just like that, apparently. Ah nope, a bit more complicated as it turns out.
You see you have to truly believe with every part of your being that whatever it is, is yours. For the massive thing I have in mind for myself, I put a lot of energy into it. I visualised my desire and myself. I created a vision board and bring it out every now and again. Somewhere along this process I started to lose hope that this was actually within my reach to bring about.
A few things brought about this doubt. The first and foremost was my unrealistic expectation of time. Things take time. I mean if we got everything we ever wanted, whenever we wanted it, where would be the satisfaction, where would be the sense of achievement? I learned this lesson when I left home. When I moved into my own place which I paid for with my own money, earned from my own job, I felt the most satisfying sense of bliss. I thought I was pretty good and I knew the reason I felt this way was because I had achieved this myself. My aunty helped me get my job and helped me find a place and set up and I will always be eternally grateful to her, but no one said you couldn’t get a little help along the way. My aunty helped me, help myself.
The other issue I see that blocked my manifestation process for a while, was telling others about what I wanted. Bad move, especially if you have something big scale in mind. Trust me, everyone will think you have gone mad. I probably have, but never mind. The problem with telling others is that they may plant the seed of doubt and before you know it, you will be sucked into believing it is not possible.
When I could see that I had started to block the process, I completely let go. I stepped back, I believed that in time my desire would find me, so I let go and trusted that it would. I also asked Life to show me a sign each and everyday that I just could not miss that would remind me that my desire is in fact real and finding its way to me.
There is not a single day that goes by where I don’t see a sign that reminds me my dream and I are moving closer together and I smile to myself. My mood immediately lifts in anticipation. I see that my thoughts, feelings and actions are all working in unison to bring this most awesome wish to be.
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