Saturday, June 21, 2014

Imagine Your Reality

They say your dreams can’t come true...but they can. Here are a few steps to turn your imagination into a manifestation

I think we have all seen the videos or read the articles about how to land the job you want or how to get the partner you want. I think those videos and articles are great! I have gotten some really good tips from them over the years but the effects never seem to be long-lasting. Here are a few tips to help change your reality permanently.

Forgive yourself and the past - it happened and it’s over. You have survived and have come back even stronger. Temporary setbacks and disappointments are just that...temporary. It’s not possible for the rain to last forever. What is possible is for you to realize what you have gained from that experience.

Get rid of limiting/negative beliefs - your subconscious listens to everything that you think and feel. No matter how much your conscious mind wants something, its your subconscious that will deliver whatever it is that you believe deep down inside. 

Change the words that you speak - speak of having your desire in the present and past tense. “ I am grateful for my new job” “ I have a wonderful relationship” “ I really enjoyed my trip to Hawaii”

Feel your way into your desire - how would it feel if you landed your dream job? Hoping and wishing for something is just longing for it. The universe will only deliver more longing. Feeling that you are already living your dream life forces the universe to deliver it to you.

Imagining not daydreaming - a lot of people start off very enthusiastic about using the law of attraction to change their lives but they fall short. Many people, myself included, have spent a lot of time daydreaming about the things that they want. Daydreaming is great! I love doing it but, its counterproductive because it keeps you in a state of longing and hoping. You want to plant in your subconscious mind that you have the things that you desire. This is the only way to experience it in your reality.  A great way to do this is what Neville Goddard calls imagining. Imagining puts you in the scene. You are not watching the scene like you are when you are daydreaming. You are IN the scene. Ex: Your desire is to get married. Imagine a scene where you are standing at the altar looking at your dream mate. What do you hear? What do you feel? Is your mate smiling at you? Imagining involves all the senses. Imagine one scene daily where you are feeling, hearing, seeing and touching.

Neville Goddard says Imaginal Acts Become Facts
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