One Thing You Need To Actually Manifest What You Want


 

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Ever since the movie The Secret, the process of manifestation and the law of attraction have been widely known. And yet, it’s still one of the most misunderstood concepts as well. Even those who do their best to understand, often don’t manage to attract the things they want.
 

Your mission is to learn the one thing you must master in order to manifest what you truly want.
 
 

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Task 1: Learn the process of manifestation

 

Those who believe the law of attraction is a humbug, are fond of saying that it’s supposed to attract “whatever you think”. Indeed it’s what sources like the movie say at the beginning – the point is, they don’t leave it at that.
 

In its simplest form, the process is:

  • thoughts, which lead to
  • feelings, which spark
  • inspired action, which leads to
  • results.

 

This process is deceptively simple, because the above steps are logical and natural. If you’ve ever achieved anything, chances are you’ve followed them without consciously noticing. But there’s a rub, an element which is easily overlooked.
 

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Task 2: Manifest what you want

 

The one missing piece of information is that “feeling” doesn’t mean to temporarily put yourself into a state where you’re excited about the thing you’re manifesting. The deciding factor is to expect the result.
 

In life, you don’t get what you think, or feel, and often not what you work for either. You get what you expect.
 

Unfortunately, that’s where the real work comes in. How can you stop doubting? What if you carry trauma? The answer is, you’re going to have to change in order to manifest a changed reality. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
 

  • Work on healing your trauma.
  • Do things that make you happy (such as pursuing your passion!).
  • Seriously, do what makes you happy.
  • Visualise your goal. Daydream about it in the present tense.
  • Express what you want in a creative way (paint it, write it, dance it).

Do You Live Your Life Or Is It Happening To You?


 

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Humans are notoriously bad at creating happiness. Most think happiness comes from success or from security and material possessions. However, studies show that that’s not the case.
 

In fact, it seems that the happiest people are those who feel in control of their lives and the unhappiest feel they need to cope with what happens to them. Your mission is to find out to what extent you have control and how to increase the control you have.
 
 

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Task 1: To what extent do you live your life?

 

Gurus love talking about “creating” your life so much, the phrase has become meaningless. I suggest to think of it as living actively, rather than reacting passively. Here are some indicators of how actively you participate in your life experience.
 

  • When was the last time you made a decision that scared you?
  • When was the last time you said “No” to someone?
  • How often in the last five years have you set a goal that took longer than a year to accomplish, and then actually achieved it?
  • When was the last time you did something fun/beneficial/meaningful you had never done before?

 

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Task 2: Shift to control

 

You often hear me quoting Stephen Covey, who pointed out that we should focus on what we have control over: our own lives, our own reactions, our decisions. He, too, said that people who do this tend to be happier than those who focus on things outside their control.
 

How can you take back more control? Here are a few things you can do today to live your life actively.
 

  • Set beautiful, wild, exciting, over-the-top goals. Start working on them today.
  • Get a Coach. Seriously.
  • Connect to your emotions; check in several times a day and take them seriously.
  • Choose three things or people currently in your life to say “no” to.
  • Do or plan doing something new today.

My Story: 3 Steps To Creating A Life Of Passion And Purpose


 

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People have been nudging me to share my story, and I was reluctant. However, it actually is a good example of the things I talk about all the time – passion & purpose – and so I thought it can’t hurt to try.
 

Your mission is to learn 3 steps to creating a life of passion and purpose.
 
 

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Task 1: Create your vision

 

In my case, I created my vision according to my passions, and since I’m a multi-passionate, this involved sorting through a lot of different things. Here’s what I did:

  • Wrote down my passions
  • Wrote down how I would pursue them
  • Estimated the time needed per week
  • Wrote down my vision as a perfect “day in the life”

 

Task 2: Align your life with your passion and purpose vision

 

We often fail to plan for the long term, and it’s easy to see why: Something (such as a pandemic…) can happen and ruin all your plans. But it’s still important to have that vision, because only then can you actively work on aligning yourself with it.
 

I filmed an entire episode on alignment and it includes a list of values, which I recommend you download. It’s important because too many people actively pursue dreams that are completely out of alignment with either their values or their chosen lifestyle.
 

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Task 3: Ask yourself what you can do without

 

This is probably the trickiest bit. We can “have it all” in terms of your dreams, but we can’t possibly fit all the possible worthy choices and paths in life into one lifetime. That’s why it’s so important to chose something that’s in alignment – and equally important to know what you can do without.
 

In my case, this was:

  • Pets.
  • Riches.
  • A conventional relationship and family.

Your task is to find out what these things are in your life, and make a conscious decision about them.

How To Make Your New Vision A Reality


 

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We’ve had a lot of time to think and feel recently. Amidst all the bad new, I keep hearing uplifting insights from people. They now know what’d truly important. They’ll take more time for what lights them up, and less for work and consumerism. They’ll slow down.
 

It’s amazing, and yet – what comes of this remains to be seen. For some people it’ll be like a New Year’s resolution once life goes back to normal. They’ll try for a bit and then the vision slowly fades into everyday life.
 

Your mission today is to learn how to hold on to the insights and turn them into reality.
 
 

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Task 1: Write it down

 

Uff. I don’t know why, but for some reason this seems to be the hardest thing to convince people of. I can wave statistics in their faces all day long, they just won’t do it.
 

You know what? Pause right now and write down your vision, in detail. Describe it in terms of all your five senses, and then come back. Do it.
 
 

Task 2: Take the first step towards your new vision

 

If you’ve been here for a while, you know the drill. You need to take action right now, today, for it to come true.
 

Determine which step you’ll take today, but beware of “busy-ism”. Endlessly planning and writing lists keeps you trapped in wishful thinking.
 

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Task 3: Get support

 

That’s another one people tend to treat as optional. Involve others? Get help, even? Ewww.
 

Well, it’s not optional. You may as well make this your first step today – it’s that important. Depending on what your vision looks like, this could be either or several of the following:

  • Sign up for a class.
  • Find a teacher.
  • Get Coaching.
  • Join a group of practitioners.

It’s not enough to read books or do research, you need real people to work with on this. Your new vision is worth a little discomfort.

4 Things You Need To Stop Doing


 

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If you want… well, anything you haven’t achieved already, then you’ll need to shape up and do something differently. Your life time’s ticking away, after all.
 

It can be hard to spot the self-defeating behaviours we all engage in, because they’re so universal. Therefore, your mission today is to learn the 4 things you need to stop doing in order to prioritise your passion, find your purpose, and be outrageously happy.

 
 

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1. Stop trying to do it all

 

We’re more connected than ever before. This means no trend escapes our notice. Stop following every latest nutrition fad, exercise trend, and trying to catch every last movie and TV show, whilst being the perfect spouse/ parent.
 

As long as you eat with variety, move your body occasionally, and spend quality time with your loved ones, you’re good. Declutter your schedule and slow the heck down.
 
 

2. Stop comparing yourself

 

Another result of our connected times is that we see more of other people than we’ve ever done before, but we see them online, in pictures and videos that are selected to show only the best sides of everyone. You don’t have to be like anyone other than yourself.
 

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3. Stop spending your life online

 

If you’re not into social media, you’re not off the hook. TV is just as bad. Whether it’s the internet, the latest talk show or Instagram, you waste away in front of them. This is an addiction and very hard to break, but start by banishing your phone from your bedroom. Take back your time and your life and do what lights you up instead.
 
 

4. Stop barking up the wrong tree

 

You’re working hard, you’re doing evening classes, you’re a member of a book club. That’s great, but when was the last time you checked whether these things are important to you? Our interests change.
 

Make sure you don’t waste time on something that doesn’t light you up.