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How to remove negative beliefs to manifest your dreams.

Updated on September 29, 2014

Law of Attraction

Many have heard the term "Law of Attraction" or seen the movie " The Secret". If you have not seen the movie or read the book. I highly recommend that you do. Law of attraction is a term that is used to meditate into a state where you connect to something outside of yourself and ask for guidance to get what you want.

Have you tried to manifest money, opportunities, relationship changes, or it can be anything that is significant to you?

There is plenty of information that is available about what law of attraction is, but I have noticed that there is very little information about removing the negativity that keeps you from manifesting.

Subconscious thoughts do become things

You may have heard that thoughts become things, but the reality is that your subconscious mind may believe or think of something different from your conscious belief. Your conscious or what I like to refer to as the "front (person) man or woman" is processing information that you receive and reacts to the situation by your subconscious. The subconscious mind is the one who chooses if the front person is allowed to receive the gifts or manifesting that you want. I refer to the subconscious level as the shareholder. The shareholder makes the decisions and decides if the front worker could move forward.


Reach your subconscious levels

Your shareholder is filled with emotions and experiences from your past that could you keep from manifesting your dreams. There are negative beliefs from our past such as regret, anger, fear that could limit your shareholder. In order for your manifestation to truly work, the past must be forgiven. It could even be from the smallest situation that you could not consciously remember. Have you ever been in a situation where you felt anxious, nervous, became angry, or just felt lethargic. These negative feelings is stemmed from your past beliefs and must be removed in order for you to truly manifest what you want.

An example is: You ask the for more money, yet your manifestation is not working. there may be an underlying belief that

  • You are not good enough
  • Money has to be earned
  • Money is evil
  • Money is hard to get
  • Money doesn't grow on trees
  • and so much more

The biggest problem is that most people don't deserve or believe that they deserve what they want. The best option during manifestation is to find the underlying reason and remove this belief so that your manifestation is more powerful for you.

Remove negative beliefs

This is the method that I use to remove negative beliefs.

  1. Find a quiet place and begin your meditation
  2. Think back to when you were happy and remember that feeling.
  3. While meditating, ask for what you want to manifest (An example is I ask for money)
  4. Be specific in what you ask for, if you ask for money then you might get a dollar. The more specific you are is very important.
  5. Example: You can say I want one hundred dollars or more given to me every day.
  6. Now reflect back to a time where you were told, or experienced that you could not have what you wanted. Talk to your inner child and remind yourself that you are no longer that person. Take that inner child from the negative beliefs or situation and bring them with you to were happiest or serene. Reflect on the happy feeling and tell them that you are letting go of that negative belief.
  7. Fill your new beliefs with positive beliefs so you can achieve what you ask for.

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Sum it up

You can manifest what you want

  • Your conscious level is different from subconscious level
  • Subconscious beliefs affects your manifestation
  • Remove the negative beliefs or blocks.

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