You can Manifest What you Want: Let’s Put it All Together

The early classes were set up to help you understand a few ways science shows
how the universe operates, for no other reason than to help you believe in your
ability to manifest your desires. To help you believe in the power of your
thoughts.

The middle section gave you a 4-step process that will help you manifest your
desires by increasing your belief in yourself and your ability to get that
specific desire.

The last lesson talked about meditation and how you can change your physiology. Over time, this will help you manifest things that will truly make you happy.

If you’re wondering: What is the most important thing in this course? The answer
is two fold… action and meditation!

Now that I have that out of the way, lets get back on track. Intention manifestation will not work unless you believe you are getting the thing you desire. That is why this course and the manifestation processes within had so much focus on increasing your belief. As you go through this process your belief with get stronger, then finally you believe and shortly after you truly believe you will have what you want.

When you really think about it, it’s easy to see how you have been doing this
your whole life. Often, if you are as I used to be, you are working this process
in a negative fashion and getting what you don’t want or even fear.

So, how do I manage my time around this process of manifesting and finding my
place in the universe.

For starters, I meditate every day. I started with one ten-minute session a day
and moved to two fifteen-minute sessions a day. After a few years, I am up to
two twenty-minute sessions a day. Although, when we had our third child I missed
a few sessions here and there.

Meditation stays even when I don’t have a specific manifestation in mind. When I
have a specific manifestation in mind, I spend some time thinking about exactly
what I want. I usually do this after I meditate. I do this by relaxing and
closing my eyes and imagining what I want and developing a vision of what it
would be like to have it.

Once I have a specific vision in mind I sit down and write out some goals that
will help me achieve that vision. I continue to focus on this vision after every
meditation until I have obtained it. Then after the visualization I look at my
written goals and repeat them as affirmations.

Remember it takes action to bring your desire into the physical world. So, I
look at my calendar and set tasks for that day that will work toward my goal. I
want to clear this up a little more. Your task does not have to be monumental;
you just have to take action. On really busy days I find fifteen minutes
somewhere in the day where I can achieve a small task that moves me closer to my
goal. That is enough to move the universal energy in your favor and begin to
organize chance to work with you.

Last but far from least, I find some way to further my understanding of that
which I desire. Often, I get audiobooks and listen to them in the car. This has
been very effective for me; it helps improve my belief that I can obtain my
vision. Also, since I set my goals for manifestation on things I truly want this
is extremely fun.

This process does not take much time once you get used to it. If you set aside
twenty to thirty minutes twice a day, you can make a huge difference. Plus, if you are
using this process on something you really want it will be fun!

I’ll say it again, if you keep only one thing from this course let it be
meditation. A little meditation over time goes a long way!

Don’t waste your time chasing things you are not sure if you want. If you are
not sure what you want spend time meditating and thinking about what you want
until you come up with a clear vision. If you go through the process of
manifesting a new life, you want it to be a happy one.

Remember, money is an energy that magnifies your other states. So, if you
manifest money but you are always stressed out the money will likely magnify
your stress. For a long time I was a very angry person and I didn’t enjoy the
things I had. I kept trying to get more money, then I got it and I was not any
happier. Then I lost it.

I realized my angry state before I learned this process. One of my first
exercises was a love affirmation that truly helped me see the world in a
different light. Not to mention it totally reorganized my work life. Now, as I work
on other areas of my life I know I have a foundation of love, I know more money
will magnify that love and help me improve other people’s lives and that is an
amazing place to be.

I hope you have found something in this small e-course that will improve your
life (if so please share it with your friends).

There is more on the blog so don’t run off.

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Master Your Life in Ten Minutes a Day with Meditation

We have spent the last few lessons showing you how important your thoughts are and how your thoughts relate to the vibrational patterns that create your physical reality. Remember your thoughts affect both your internal physiology and your external world.

I have said repeatedly that your most powerful thoughts are the ones that reside in your subconscious mind. In the last lesson, we talked briefly about how to change your subconscious mind and now we are going to continue with a focus on meditation.

The key to seeing progress in your life through meditation is consistency. If you do not currently have a consistent meditation practice please start now. Start with 10 minutes a day and commit to at least a month, preferably longer. If you meditate consistently like this, you will begin to see a difference. These initial differences will be subtle but it adds up over time. In fact, after two years of meditation I sat down, did a reflection exercise, and realized I had made some very drastic improvements in my life.

The best way I know to explain it is that meditation balances your vibrations and begins to align you with your purpose. This will help you over time and it will make the suggestions in future lessons more powerful.

If you don’t have a meditation practice please read the following. I am going to outline the basic meditation technique I used to get started. If you already have a mediation practice feel free to skip to the next part, there are some insights below that you will find interesting.

1) Sit up straight on the edge of a chair with your feet flat on the floor. You don’t need any cross leg positions to start.

2) Keep your back straight and rest your hands on your knees.

3) Keep your mouth closed and your tongue lightly pressed up against the roof of your mouth.

4) Breathe in and out your nose focusing all your intention on your breath.

5) Gently count each breath, the in breath is one, out breath two, keep going up to ten then start over at one.

6) Each time a thought takes over and you lose count gently say to yourself “breath” and move your focus back to your breath then start back at number one. After any distraction that has taken your focus away from your breath use the above technique to bring your focus back to your breath.

That’s it, it’s that easy. Well, or so it seems, when I first tried this my mind was so crazy that I got frustrated and even started sweating. If this happens to you just keep going it won’t take long and this will be a very pleasant part of your day. I enjoy meditation enough that I have started meditating twice a day and it truly helps me stay centered.

More advanced meditation

We have already discussed the fact that everything is vibrating and these vibrations have a lot to do with your experience of the physical world. We can see this in action with the way the moon has an affect on the ocean (changing tides, waves, ect). It’s not as noticeable but the moon’s position also has an affect on our bodies. The position of the earth in relation to the sun and on and on, it all has a small effect on us. What does this have to do with meditation? In a word, everything.

Meditation helps us change physiologically, there is a fantastic article on the NY Times blog, “Well” that does a great job of laying it out. Although there is a lot of research left to do, I believe these physiological changes change our vibrations and change the way our body is affected by universal vibrations. Essentially, when you meditate consistently over time you are evening out your vibrations or putting them back on track. This helps you keep from fighting against larger universal vibrations and it helps you to stop fighting against yourself.

What I am really saying is you are getting back in line with your soul. You can, little by little, get back to your purpose and stop fighting things you picked up from social conditioning that are not really you. As you go down this path, your ability to manifest your desires becomes stronger and stronger. The best part is you will manifest the things that are truly important to you and improve your life in tremendous ways.

Let’s get back to vibrations for a second. Your body expresses these vibrations through electromagnetic energy fields. That’s right you are surrounded by an energy field, you have probably heard about it. If you want to know more here is an interesting article about the electromagnetic field the heart creates and how the heart communicates with your brain.

As I have mentioned before it is this electromagnetic energy field (vibrations) that communicates with the universal electromagnetic energy field (vibrations). So, I have a theory, I believe what we talk about as our subconscious mind exists in, or is strictly manipulated by, our energy field. Back in lesson 2, Bruce Lipton mentions how our subconscious mind is significantly more powerful than our conscious minds. In fact, I believe our subconscious mind houses our beliefs. That is why our beliefs can instantly affect our emotions and that is why our beliefs shape how we experience our life.

This means that positively changing our energy field will change our life. Meditation does just that. My favorite guided meditation is a chakra cleansing meditation by Belinda Davidson called, “Guided Chakra Cleanse”. Eastern philosophies explain that chakras are energy centers within the body, which is what the above chakra meditation is based on. There are seven energy centers in the body and the heart is the center. I like this because I feel like it matches up with what science is discovering. You can check out her guided meditation here, it costs a little bit but it is worth every penny.

Belenda explains that if you cleanse your chakras you will positively change your energy field and nothing else is required. I agree cleansing your chakras is highly effective but if you put it together with lessons 3,4 and 5 of this course you can really make some incredible changes!

There is more, I have recently found another way to understand your vibrations and how they fit into the universal scheme. I wish I had all these tools years ago when I started down this path but at least I can help you find them.

Check out the next lesson to learn how to find your current vibrations.

Change Your Life with My Love Affirmation

Are you frustrated with work or a relationship? I found an affirmation that has helped me and I am sure it will help you…

In 2013 I was frustrated with my work circumstances. I know I just said frustrated but I really meant furious. I often pulled into the parking lot, got out of my car, faced the building then lost the motivation needed to go in and start the day. I would find myself circling my car arguing with the voice in my head that insisted I needed the paycheck. Finally the voice would win and I would go in and drone through another day. This was not the first job I felt this way about, I finally realized I had to change not the job.

I decided to use affirmations to help find peace in this situation. I wrote down this affirmation: I will show unconditional love to all people and circumstances that come into my life today and every day. I wrote it over and over until I could easily recite it from memory. Then I cut out the affirmation, folded it up and put it in my pocket. Every time it came to mind I recited the affirmation silently to myself and every time I had a chance to sit down and pull it out I would read it a couple of times. It did not take long before the thought, “how can I show unconditional love here,” came up when I was in a challenging situation. I also condensed the affirmation to the phrase, Unconditional love, and said it over and over in my head as I fell asleep each night.

Pretty soon, every day became an opportunity to see if I could find some happiness in a fuming situation or notice the seeds of joy in a typically angry person. This is a dramatic difference from what was constantly going through my head before. These changes in my thought process has made some remarkable changes in my life. The changes have continued to come and in many instances it was not what I expected.

At first I the only changes were in my own thoughts and that alone made a profound difference. Then something strange occurred, a few seemingly negative things happened around the office. My best friend and car pool buddy found a new job and moved on. In fact three of the guys I was a good friends with moved out of the office. With everything going on I received a promotion and got a chance to pick my own team. As it turns out, I ended up with a team that is lot more positive and they are very open minded towards my philosophical interests. Months after all this when I was doing some reflecting, which is very important by the way, I realized I had received a promotion that came with a raise and an additional performance based raise since I started the affirmation. Plus, it was easier to keep a positive mental attitude in my everyday activities. There are many other things that have improved but I think you get the point.

This affirmation didn’t make me rich, I don’t have one of those stories that end with a million dollar deal, but it has made me much happier. It’s also been a great foundation for advancing towards other goals, not to mention my goals are far less dependent on money and more focused on happiness. This sheds a new light on the phrase, “enjoy the journey.” I don’t want to be stuck at this job forever but it is much easier to have fun while I am working on new avenues and rediscovering myself.

I hope this helps!