I recently wrote a blog post about how I manifested $100,000, the love of my life, and a successful massage business.
Between yesterday and today, I’ve received a few inquiries about how exactly I did this. To follow up, I wrote How I Manifested $100,000.
In today’s post, I want to share with you some general techniques that will help you manifest anything. Over the years, I’ve experimented with lots of different techniques for changing my life, but these are the most powerful ones I’ve gone back to over and over again. They’re also the techniques I’ve shared with clients who have come back to me delighted because this stuff really works. It’s funny, although I was a massage therapist, I believe that was just a vehicle for me to share a lot of this information. Sure, I helped clients relieve some muscle soreness and pain, but it was when I helped them change their lives that I felt the most alive in my career path.
So here are the most powerful manifesting technique I’ve discovered.
3 Manifesting Tools
1. Positive Affirmations
This is where I started. This is the first tool I ever used in manifesting anything. Even before I knew what a positive affirmation was. As a child, I had really bad performance anxiety. In an effort to help me relax, my mother always told me, “You have greatness in your DNA.” I believed her. So in times of my greatest anxiety, I would repeat to myself, “I got this. I know this. I have greatness in my DNA.” How our parents talk to us becomes our inner voice. Thankfully, my mom affirmed me a lot. So affirmations were natural for me.
When I read Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life for the first time, my life changed. I knew these simple truths could help me achieve anything I wanted. What we believe about ourselves becomes our life. Affirmations help us change our beliefs, which is the quickest and easiest way to shift your life.
Positive Affirmations can do everything from help you heal some of the deepest trauma in your life to helping you accomplish some of your biggest goals and dreams. If you do nothing else, start using these gems immediately! Check out my article, How to Use Affirmations to get started.
2. Meditation & Visualization
Everyone should meditate. A lot of times we like to give people their individuality and say things like, “Well, it, this, or that ain’t for everybody.” Well, this doesn’t apply to meditation. This is the one thing in the world for everyone! lol.
There are as many ways to meditate as there are people on the earth. Explore them and choose what works for you. There’s walking meditation, chanting, prayer, focusing on the breath, focusing on music, visualizing colors, shapes, etc., guided visualization, and so much more. The list goes on and on. The main purpose of meditation is to draw inward for a few moments a day. Put your phone down. Turn off the TV and computer. And speak to your own spirit for a few minutes. Don’t entertain the outside world. Don’t think about what everyone whats and expects from you. Bring your attention to the inner workings of your soul.
In today’s world, I don’t know anyone who can do without this practice. It brings us peace of mind. But even more important, meditation deepens our relationship with ourselves. So all of those life questions we ask at one point or another like, “Why am I here?” “What’s my purpose?” “How do I change my life?” “What should I do next?” Meditation quiets all the noise around you and within you so you can hear the answers you most long for.
Visualization is a type of meditation that enables you to literally see into your future. If you visualize any desired result with emotion on a consistent basis, you will eventually live what you’ve imagined.
3. Create a Vision Board
Vision boards are a very powerful way to use your creativity and imagination to map out your goals and desires for your life. We are instinctively very visual. So when you can see images of your desires, it mentally helps you actually believe it can come true for you.
Plus, creating a vision board is fun! You feel like a child again. Cutting, pasting, and creating.
The first time I created a vision board, I was 8 years old. I had just gotten very upset with my entire family and I vowed to move out into a house of my own. So I got some construction paper ans crayons and started drawing my perfect house. It was more of a book than a vision board, but it had the same concept. I drew every room as perfect as I could. I was so excited when I finished. I had the perfect vision of my perfect house. The amazing part about that experience is the first house I bought at 24 years old looked just like the house I drew all those years ago.
Vision boards work. Just be patient and allow the magic to happen. Everything we imagine and focus on with emotional intensity eventually comes to pass. One day, I’ll post my vision board on here, but for now check out this article by Lori Hamann on How to Create a Vision Board.
You see, creating the life you want is easy! It can even be lots of fun. But you have to get started and you have to be consistent. God, the universe, spirit hasn’t abandoned you. Everything you need to create your ideal life has been provided for you. But you have to use it for it to work.
These tools are Jesus backed and Buddha endorsed. Are you an atheist? No problem. Even the greatest intellectuals of our time have spoken about these techniques and implemented them over and over again. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find any successful person who didn’t implement one or all of these techniques as part of their success strategy.
So what are you waiting for?
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