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).

Don’t Use Passions As A Band-Aid


 

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Passions are the single most powerful shortcut to happiness. Whenever I feel a little off, doing what lights me up never fails to give me a buzz.
 

However, there’s a danger hidden in the very happiness passions give us. It can be tempting to use passions as a band-aid, as an excuse to not deal with things that aren’t going right in your life.
 

Your mission today is to learn to recognise this pitfall and how you can make sure to avoid it.
 
 

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Task 1: Are your passions a band-aid?

 

Pursuing your passion can give you almost unlimited energy and lift your spirits. Your passion makes you feel happy and balanced and can make a bad mood disappear in no time.
 

However, these qualities also make it dangerous. When your life is out of balance, you’re unhappy in your job or your relationship or something else is out of whack, you can use your passion like a band-aid or a painkiller. It’ll numb the pain sufficiently for you not to deal with it.
 

Look at your life or take the Life Audit to see which areas you may have to look at. Don’t paper over the cracks, not even with a passion.
 

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Task 2: Make your passions an asset, not a drug

 

This is the reason why my Coaching programs encompass every aspect of your life, not just your passions. If you decide to prioritise your passion, it follows that something else needs to make space.
 

This requires you to assess all your priorities, not just add a new one. Take a bit of time and write down the things that matter in your life. Then compare the list with your calendar, your commitments and the things you spend your days with, and make adjustments accordingly.
 

Passions light you up, but this should be a bonus, not a survival strategy. Make sure the joy is the icing on the cake, rather than a band-aid.

What If There Were No Money?


 

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Most people associate money with stress. When I mention that I equal money with wild joy and passion, they don’t quite know how to imagine this – other than assuming I must be rich!
 

In reality, all I do differently is that I have a playful approach to money that takes out the stress and makes me (and my clients) want to spend time with it. One of those ways is “what if” scenarios. They can give you enormous clarity, because getting money is no use if you don’t know what you truly want.
 

Your mission is to gain clarity and align your approach to money with your wishes and needs.
 
 

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Task 1: If there were no money

 

This task is a visualisation exercise, or rather, an intuitive brainstorm. To do it, I need you to get comfortable, switch off all distractions for a few minutes and take a couple of deep, slow, relaxing breaths.
 

Now imagine a world where nobody needs to work for money. There simply is no money. Everything you need or could possibly want is at your fingertips.
 

Obviously, you’d take a long holiday and enjoy every luxury. That’s great! Now think long-term: What would you do in your everyday life? How would you pursue your passions? How would you interact with others, what would you do when you’re on your own? Etc.
 

Also answer the most important question: How would it feel to live like this?
 

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Task 2: Recreate the feeling

 

Hold on to the feeling you had in your visualisation. Write it down, make sure you won’t forget it.
 

Ask yourself what would have to happen to recreate that feeling in your life. How could you incorporate it? What would you have to do differently? How much money would you need for it?
 

A simple question to make future money decisions a breeze is: Does this purchase resonate with this feeling I wish to achieve? Act accordingly.

Break Your Stress Addiction In 5 Steps


 

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When I gave up my daytime job and moved to the sunny mediterranean to work full-time on my two businesses, I was looking forward to a simpler, slower life. Several months in, I realised that I was still as stressed and busy as before.
 

I’ve spoken about our constant need to be busy before. Turns out it’s not just a habit, but an actual addiction. I’m not all zen just yet but have found ways to slowly break free and wean myself off, and I’ll share them with you in the following.
 

Your mission today is to lean how to break your addiction to stress.
 
 

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Task 1: Recognise whether you’re addicted

 

Stress is not just a concept, it manifests in physical reactions of the body that serve to ensure our survival. Adrenalin pumps through us, our pulse rate increases. We sweat more, sleep less, and are on the alert.
 

All very useful when you’re facing an imminent danger. As a permanent state, it’s absolutely catastrophic. We can even get addicted to the adrenalin, and as a society, we are. Some of the signs include:

  • Finding it hard to “switch off”
  • Thinking of work when you’re supposed to be resting
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Compensating by overeating, over-exercising or similar methods
  • Endlessly watching mindless TV or scrolling through social media
  • Constantly thinking that you’ll “soon” slow down

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Task 2: Break your stress addiction

 

First of all: This will take time. I’m finding that just like with any other addiction, I must wean myself off my “drug”. Here are some steps I’ve found useful.

  1. A cut-off time for all media in the evening (TV, radio, internet, phone)
  2. Generous blocks of time for my passions
  3. Plenty of sleep
  4. Meeting another human face-to-face at least once a week
  5. Time spent in nature at least once a week

Why Would You Need A Purpose?


 

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Ask around what people think “purpose” is, and most will come up with a definition that resembles a “calling”: something you’re supposed to do in life, like a particular work or career.
 

That’s a shame, because in my experience purpose is much less restrictive. It’s not a sentence or a prison, but more like the underlying reason for what you do.
 

Your mission today is to learn what purpose is, and how to find yours.
 
 

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Task 1: Realise purpose is about being

 

Purpose is not a career or work. You can be passionate about work, something you do and achieve in life. That’s why I focus my Coaching on both passion and purpose.
 

A passion is something you love doing, something which lights you up. It could be an art or craft, but also a field of study, an interest. It could even be a sport or activity. You could say a passion is something you do.
 

In contrast, purpose is about being. Take my purpose: I’m an agent of change, of connecting or re-connecting people to who they truly are. Of course I achieve this through doing, through my work as a coach. But the underlying purpose is who I am, no matter how I go about achieving it.
 

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Task 2: Why you need a purpose

 

Coaching is my passion and an instrument of my purpose, but it’s not the only one. My purpose is who I am, remember? Passion and purpose are related energetically, which is why prioritising passions leads you to discovering your purpose. But they’re not the same thing.
 

Purpose is the meaning underlying it all. It’s who you are at your deepest core. Knowing your purpose steers your steps and acts like a compass. You need a purpose because it gets you out of bed in the morning and keeps you going.
 

It’s utter bliss to live your purpose, and well worth the effort!