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You may have heard about how people use manifesting to live their wildest dreams and accomplish goals that seemed nearly impossible.
You may have thought it to sound like some sort of sorcery.
But it’s very possible and shouldn’t be left to only the trillionaire moguls and tycoons..
This is how I get it to work for me…
One day, I sat down, absolutely exhausted of where my life was going. I had tears streaming down my face and I decided that I wanted to make a change. Now, you don’t have to hit rock bottom for manifesting to work for you. This is just my story.
I had, in that moment, to decide what I wanted to do with myself. What was my next step. I spoke it, I wrote it, and I read it…once!
Soon, I began to see my words manifest in real life because I needed it and wanted it to work so badly. Now that I no longer reside at rock bottom, I sometimes get side-tracked and overall laxed on my goals. So instead of just speaking, writing, and reading my goals once and being done with it…
I read, write, and recite my goals every morning.
On my phone, I have a voice memo option, so I decided to record myself speaking my goals so that I can listen to them while in the shower or in the car.
Your manifesting is totally tailored to you. Think about what changes you want to see in your life.
Need a job or better treatment at the one you have? Manifest that sh*t
Want a better relationship with yourself? Manifest that sh*t
New car? Manifest that sh*t
See where I’m going with this?
In order for manifesting to work for you, you need to zone in on exactly what you want.
This is not a magic genie solution in which you don’t have to do any work.
Manifesting takes positive thinking.
Manifesting is so strong that you can say that you believe all day but if you are doubting yourself mentally, it won’t work. You confuse the universe that way.
Stay positive….really believe in what you’re trying to manifest.
Stay open….open yourself to the change. Get rid of some things. For example, if you want a new car, but you still have your old car, that no longer functions, sitting in your driveway….remove it! Sell the parts! Maybe that could help you with the down payment on your new vehicle…Take a step.
Work for it!
Speak it into existence…instead of saying, “I’m trying to buy a couch,” say, “I’m buying my new leather loveseat and ottoman in September from [insert furniture store].”
See what I mean? Get specific. Really challenge yourself and the universe. Give yourself a timeline- something realistic.
You can do anything you put your mind to!