The Secret of My Manifestations, Four Tips Your Guru Should Have Told You
A Half-Truth Beats a Bold Face Lie Every Time
Like attracts like. We are magnets attracting what we believe we are. That's why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. It can be hard to believe you are rich when you know you don’t have a penny to spare. But feeling poor will only attract more poorness. So, its imperative that you attract from a rich person’s perspective. This can be a tall order when you are in debt up to your eye balls. So here’s a little trick to get the ball rolling. I find its much easier to believe I’m in the midst of change than actually at my goal. I meet it halfway. When I had my second child at age forty, my body didn’t bounce back as quickly as I would have liked. Directly across from my walk in shower, my vanity mirror reflected back the awful truth every morning. I could not look in that mirror and say “I’m thin” with even mild conviction. But I could say “I am getting a little bit thinner everyday” and that I could believe it. As I got thinner, I could move closer to my goal with conviction. “I’m looking like my thinner self again.” Try this with money by saying to yourself, “I’m getting richer and richer” every time you put a coin in your piggy bank. When you see a coin on the street, pick it up and say “the Universe is just throwing money at me now.”
Don't Ask How
One of the fastest ways to stop your dreams from coming true is to ask how its going to happen. “How will I come up with the money. Where will this person come from. Why would anyone pick me.” You don’t need to know how.Asking how will do several undesired things:
- Change your focus. Instead of being squarely focused on your goal your thoughts will fragment to all the hurdles between you and your goal,
- Change your point of attraction from the positive place of your goal to a negative place of lack and why you can’t have it.
- Weaken your believing. As the questions pile up, your belief in your desire manifestation will dissolve into self doubt and worry .
Or Something Better
Always end your requests with a “or something better” clause. From your limited vantage point, you may not see an even better fit to your desires. My website story illustrates this beautifully. I thought I knew what I wanted, but luckily I also knew to say “or something better,” just in case. Good thing. The Universe sent me a much easier way to increase my web sale revenues than I had envisioned