Reality is bendable to our intentionTweet
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Our mindset is prone to adaptation to our intentionTweet
To manifest anything you desire, you need three fundamental tools: vision, intention and a precise goal.
Before we begin, let’s go over a few facts about our brain:
- The conscious brain perceives the past and future. The nonconscious brain has no perception of past or future; to the nonconscious brain, everything is happening NOW.
- The conscious brain operates with a very short-term memory span, whereas the non-conscious brain remembers everything it experiences FOREVER.
As writer and researcher Dawson Church says in his book Mind To Matter: “The way we direct our awareness produces profound and immediate changes in the atoms and molecules of our bodies.”
The way you shift your consciousness predicates how you view your reality.
Correspondingly, when you create the mental vision for what you want and need: your subconscious mind begins to align with that thought.
As Albert Einstein is said to have noted, “Reality is an illusion, albeit a persistent one.”
What that means is that for your sub-conscious mind, anything you think becomes your belief system; ergo, your beliefs literally shape your consciousness.
As a result, you indirectly influence your external world to match your internal emotional state of being.
Isn’t it so fascinating how powerful our thoughts are?
For me, it is absolutely mind-blowing (pun intended!:))
In the same manner, when you think negative thoughts and experience frequent self-doubt and undeserving of happiness, you emulate those emotions to the world.
As a result, the likelihood is that you will pass on on an opportunity to be happy and fulfilled only because your subconscious mind is too worried that you are not capable of coping with success.
Quite ironic, isn’t it, but it is how our brain works.
Once you become adamant and persistent in reaffirming to yourself that you are worthy, willing, and capable to create the life of your dreams, your critter brain (responsible for the flight-or-fight response) starts to loosen up and allow your consciousness to believe the thoughts you are sending out to the world through your body language and self-talk.
“Intention triggers transformation of energy and information. Intention organizes its own fulfillment.” – Deepak Chopra
Productivity is a result of our inner belief system about what matters most.
It is what we do with all of those resources: let them spill and turn into nothing, or use them to set goals, and achieve them.
Once you have the intention to go from point “A” to “Z,” you start to prime your brain that change is not as scary as it seems; the intention is the action-map that backs up your vision with a strategic neural linking.
In other words, instead of just day-dreaming about the thing you desire, you start to make a daily action towards it.
Eventually, your subconscious mind begins to notice that you are doing the effort to show up for your goals, and you gradually create new neural pathways that match your intention.
Even the smallest step counts! It may take you longer but it is still moving you forward.:)
Patience is key when it comes to reaping the seeds you are implanting in your subconscious mind.
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Not just a goal, but a goal that is describable. If your goal refers only to a specific noun that is void of meaning (“success,” “money”, “new relationship,” “new career opportunity”), you are literally shooting in the dark when it comes to the law of metaphysics.
You need to know very well WHY you want your goal and how, attaining it, will make you feel. When it comes to money, for example, we rarely want money per se.
Yes, we need money to pay bills and contribute to the economy, but when we ask for more of it, we usually mean we want more freedom, more fulfillment, and more security.
Before you start manifesting, make sure you are really aware of the difference between `wants` and `needs` and ask yourself whether what you want and need results from the same source.
If you think you need a job X t, but you actually want to be a freelancer, then manifesting this job doesn’t align with your emotions.
So, most likely you won’t get it, or even if you get it, it won’t make you happy, whole, and complete. That example applies to every situation.
The formula for successful manifestation consists of:
1) Having the vision of what you want.
2) Setting the intention to back up your vision with daily action.
3) Focusing your intention towards a goal that is meaningful to your heart, and not just your brain.