imagine the scenario as if it has already happened. Te third and most vital step is to feel the feeling of your fulfilled wish as if it has already manifested. Fourth, create a metaphorical image that represents the feeling. By applying this method, our clients
have manifested a desired pregnancy, funding for an overseas orphanage and redemption of a suicidal teen. In the latter case, the young man went on to focus on his dream of learning jazz piano well enough to play benefit concerts for chil- dren being treated for cancer.
Which universal principles are
at work behind manifestation? We live in a conscious, interactive universe, and it is listening. Our Western scientific mindset may not support the idea, but thousands of years of mystical teachings, as well as new understanding via quan- tum physics, teach that the observer is an intricate part of what appears to be solid matter. In practice, it means we can com-
municate intentionally with the universe. When we learn to do so, it responds to us.
How do our thoughts affect
our reality? All our thoughts, subconscious as well as conscious, affect how things manifest around us. If we have contradictory beliefs, it is hard to manifest things. For example, if we say we want money, but somehow believe that money is dirty, evil or unde- served, then we are pushing and pulling against ourselves. It’s important to dive into our sub-
conscious mind and heart, and deal with the negative feelings that dwell there, such as hurt, sadness and trauma. Make this a daily activity—cleaning your emotional being. Eventually, your subconscious and conscious mind as well as the supercon- scious will all point in one direction and you will see your desired results. We guide people to build their success, aspirations and dreams in alignment with their deep- est values as well as their purpose in life.
Uniting purpose and direction is tremen- dous fuel for moving in the direction of your dreams.
Why does choosing goals aligned with our purpose make
them manifest more easily? Personal goals and inner purpose are not always aligned for everyone. However, when you take time to become aware of your deepest dreams, you may find that a part of your purpose is embedded in them. Be aware that many people confuse
their larger life purpose with their talents. Our talents are what we love to do, what we are good at. Yet our deeper purpose actually is to shine more light and share more love. Tat is the common true root to our purpose. My suggestion is to read books that
share success stories from those that are living on purpose and provide step-by- step instructions on how to get there.
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