How to attract more of what you want

Get clear about your intentions — a little outdoor soul-searching might help.

We are always manifesting. Each thought we have creates an energy flow within and around our physical being. This energy attracts its likeness. So if you’re thinking, “I suck,” then your energy kinda, well, sucks — and you attract sucky experiences.

The opposite occurs when you think high-level thoughts like, “I rock!” When you think and feel “I rock,” you exude an energy of confidence and in turn attract great experiences into your life. Each thought you have informs your energy, and your energy manifests into your experiences. Your thoughts and energy create your reality.

Manifestation has become a buzzword lately. Though it’s totally awesome that the Law of Attraction is now trendy, it also can be a bit misleading. If you truly want to use your energetic power to manifest greatness, you must follow these three steps.

Get clear
Clarity is king when it comes to manifesting your desires. You must have clear intentions for what you want to call in — otherwise, you can manifest a lot of what you don’t want. Focus on what you desire, and then make a list of all that goes along with it.

Think it, feel it, believe it
Take your clear intention and spend time every day sitting in the feeling of what it is that you desire. You might access the feeling through meditation and visioning exercises, or call on the feeling when you’re in nature or doing a form of exercise you love. The more you feel what you desire, the more you believe it is on the way.

Chill!
Though you are clear about what you want, you cannot control the timing or the form in which it comes. Stay calm, relax and allow your manifestation to occur naturally.


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