Detachment, on the other hand, is about how those desires ultimately manifest for you. When you become too attached to when and how your desires show up, you screw up the manifesting process. Instead of holding the vibe of playfulness and abundance, you start sending out signals like concern, worry, and stress. Don’t do that!
Let’s start your manifesting adventure by getting detailed about what you really want. What does being in love really look like for you? There’s no such thing as a perfect one-size-fits-all relationship. What lights you up might drive your BFF totally crazy! We all have different needs: someone to play video games with, someone to travel with, maybe even someone to build a company with.
I do, in that they are an outward manifestation of inward conflict; the energy created by the brain is quite astounding, you know. Erskine, Barbara MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (2001)He’d expected a more palpable manifestation of the harm it brought. Clive Barker EVERVILLE (2001)
The fun part about this is that it all works automatically in the background. It’s your auto-pilot. When you have mastered changing your subconscious beliefs and energy around money, you have mastered how to attract money on new levels.
Deciding what you want is the first and most critical step in the Law of Attraction. You need a really clear vision of your desire. Whether you wish to attract something minor, or you’re looking for a huge overhaul of your life, be clear about what you truly want.
I’ve been broke before – and I mean REALLY broke. My lowest point was when I just had around 70 cents (yes, cents) in my purse in order to feed my children for a couple of days. I remember walking around the supermarket wondering how the hell I would make it to the next welfare pay day. I purchased a no-name bag of plain pasta and the kids could eat it for dinner and lunch with some tomato sauce I had in the cupboard. The pain was so embarrassing that I struck a deal with the Universe that I would never allow myself to go there again.
If you’re practicing these techniques with something simple, it’s time to take action and expect your results. If you’re using the system to find great parking, get in your car and drive to that parking spot with the full intention and expectation of finding it clear for you. Announce it out loud. “That parking spot is clear for me. I am parking in the spot that is open for me.” Again, we are fully aware that this seems really silly, but it’s a critical step.
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The thoughts that you dwell on determine what you will possess or not possess. What you think about is what you will become. Examine all the supposed lacks and scarcities in your life. Then say to yourself, “I created all of this with my thoughts, conditioning, beliefs and actions.”
How many times did it happen to you to tell yourself that money does not matter, or that it does not bring happiness? Psychologically speaking, this is a way to get along with the idea of not having money.
Once you’ve recognized any past resentments that you have been holding on to. Make the conscious effort to forgive. Sit quietly and do a short guided visualization where you send the person some light and love. Do this periodically until you feel that there are little to no “hard feelings” left.
Accessing the wisdom, peace and guidance that is available from the “inter life” (spiritual realms between lifetimes) where our higher mind and/or guiding ones assess our progress and give direction to us for our current lifetimes.
Each person’s reasons for gratitude will be different. The key is just to make a clearer connection between your desire to make money and your conception of money as a positive, good, generous force in the world.
Believe me, I know it well – the emotional burden of a separation, paired with the overwhelming fear of being alone, seems like it deserves a warm blanket, a hug, and a box of chocolates rather than someone else’s nonchalant “advice”. Go take your optimism somewhere else, I’m busy feeling sad right now.