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Manifesting abundance and the Art of Self Discipline

Updated on October 7, 2009

manifesting abundance: the need for self discipline

When it comes to manifesting abundance in your life, the principle of it appears to be very simple and even easy stop.  However, once you start trying to manifest things into your life or even manifesting a whole lifestyle, it is a very common experience that the enthusiasm that was initially there starts to wane.

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Once be in DC has him has started to draw away, then it becomes an in the too common a conference that the person stops giving up on manifesting abundance in their life. However, it doesn't have to be like that. This is the time when a little self disciplining is required. There was once a saying that I read somewhere that went: "discipline weighs ounces, repentance weighs tons". And, if you think about it, it really is true.

You only need a little consistent daily discipline in order to manifest anything you want into your life.  So I highly suggest that you start by having those powerful and focused thoughts about the things you want in your life right now and continuing with just a little bit every day. Don't start off to grand.  Otherwise you may stop due to the feeling of so much work in front of you.

It is said that it only takes 21 days to make a habit and 21 days to break a habit. And just as it is the same with any kind of changes that you'd like to bring about in your life, it is the first few days that you will find would require the most discipline on your behalf.

Stopped by choosing an appropriate time of the day when you can be alone and free from unnecessary disturbances from other people. Find a nice and comfortable place to sit, perhaps in your favourite chair, and practice the visualization techniques for manifesting abundance. Enjoy the process. Each day, you should find that you become better and better at visualizing the things that you want in your life and the lifestyle that you would like to lead. Often a few days, this would be so natural that you will not want to miss it. The results that the simple practice can produce in your life can be literally outstanding.

There are two times of the day, which are most important for manifesting abundance. One is the morning and the other is the evening. Just as you start your day with breakfast in most cases, and so always start your day with some powerful visualization techniques. When it comes to the end of the day, before you go to sleep also practice some powerful visualization techniques, so that you are reinforcing that very positive and powerful state of mind which will carry on the through the night in your dreams and will also produce a very good state of mind first thing in the morning.

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