Look. Yes, you should have a vision of what you want your life to look like. I have a very clear vision. But it’s not hanging over my head. It’s in my pocket. Actually, it’s in my phone. And it changes as I change. They are a list of wants and goals but not needs. They do not define me or my worth. My vision acts as a compass. Do I want these things? Fuck yes I want these things. Will I not allow myself to be happy if I don’t obtain them? Nope. Been there, done that. Never again.
I like this book and have been returning to it over the years. It's one I keep and revisit as the concepts take time to be fully grasped or integrated. If you can put aside (if you have a problem with it), the idea that all of the information is channeled to Esther Hicks by an "entity" named Abraham there is much to learn. It doesn't matter if you think that's weird or even if you think it's "wrong" somehow. Put judgement aside and see what is applicable here for your life.
My friend Kyle Gray taught me the power of praying to the angels. But, the idea is not to ask them for things. It’s to thank them for things in the present tense. So, an example would be: “Thank you, angels, for the money needed to pay for B-School manifesting in my life quickly, easily and now.” The angels (and lots of other helpers) are here to support you always. You just have to invite them to the party.
"One can work toward manifesting positive outcomes; however, there are always these statements: 'I want this but not that. I want this and that, and I want this, but if I cannot have this, I will settle for this.' These types of thoughts bring forth convoluted requests and results. Using the modifiers 'not, but, and, as well as, either/or' muck things up. The energies that guide us and assist us take the request that was uttered or written and manifest things literally (including those words). It just happens that way. I tell people to only state or write down what they want and to leave out the things they do not want. The use of modifiers often provides mixed results, which may not be what someone wants," Rappaport claims.
We all have an ideal life we would love to be living. It is possible, you just need to know how to materialize your dreams through the art of manifestation. It’s the art of bringing a thought through energy into reality and it is quite simple once you know the steps. These simple steps can help you facilitate reaching your goals and dreams. By consciously applying these 5 steps of manifestation into your life, you become aware of what shows up for you.
People often ask me how I managed to travel to so many fabulous places. The truth is, at one point it was even a mystery to me. But after manifesting what seemed to me as random, last minute trips to Hawaii time and time again, I began to suspect that there was something more going on. Either I was just really good at manifesting trips to Hawaii or I was tapping into something magical. I decided to test out my manifesting skills and up the ante. If I can manifest trips to Hawaii, why not Europe? And sure enough — Voila! I ended up on the trip of a lifetime to Paris and the Amalfi Coast less than a month later!