How to manifest what you want

Get comfortable asking the universe for what you want. Credit: Digital Vision
Get comfortable asking the universe for what you want.
Credit: Digital Vision

Even if you’re more than a dabbler in the art of manifesting, the skill — like any skill — can always be honed and improved. For the unfamiliar, manifesting is the practice of tuning your body and mind’s energetic vibration to a high frequency. That may sound heady, but we’re all beings of energy. When our energy vibrates at a low level we attract low-level circumstances. But when our energy is in a high vibration we attract positive outcomes.

To create powerful manifestations, we must believe in our desires. As Dr. Wayne Dyer says, “I’ll see it when I believe it.” Our faith carries powerful energy that supports the process of turning our dreams into reality.
If you’re ready to take your manifesting skills to the next level, first cultivate a greater sense of knowing with these three steps.

Surrender

Get into the daily practice of surrendering to your desires. Set daily intentions to release your attachment to the outcome and to release all expectations. This practice helps you get out of the way to let the universe do its thing.

Imagine

To manifest you must be able to feel the feeling of the experience before it even happens. How do you access that? It’s simple; use your imagination! Sit in stillness and think your way into the experience that you want to create. Let your imagination guide you to tap into the images you want to see and the feelings you want to feel. Your imagination is your greatest resource for creating new experiences in your life. Spend five minutes a day practicing this imagination exercise.

Feel like you’re already there

In time, through the imagination process, you’ll feel what it’s like to experience your desires. Write down clearly what that feeling feels like. In your daily life, do whatever it takes to tap into that feeling. For instance, if you’re manifesting more money, focus your attention on everything you already have to cultivate a sense of abundance. Or if you’re manifesting a healthy body, make time to move more and energize yourself.
These three steps will begin the process of tapping into a new energy that will support new experiences in your life.

Join my workshop!

If you’re inspired by this topic, I’m committed to helping you take the process even further. I welcome you to join me on Saturday, March 22 for a free half-day workshop on manifesting. The workshop includes my top three meditations for enhancing your attracting power, five exercises to manifest your desires, guided group meditation and Q-and-A.

The workshop is live in NYC and on Livestream video. It’s free at gabbyb.tv/miracles.



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