When I talk about manifesting, I know there are those of you out there who believe it’s a bunch of nonsense, but hear me out… In this episode my good friend Kristin Sweeting interviews me as I tell a few stories that may just change your mind. Plus, a few ways you can try it for yourself and see the power in changing your mindset towards your struggles within your business and life so that you can achieve your goals with ease. Listen in to have your mind blown!
When you have no emotional attachments or resistance to your manifestation, it becomes easy.
Don’t put blame on things not working in your life and business on other people or circumstances.
If you have negativity or fear, don’t hide or bury it. Process it.
Feeling comparison or competition can be a good thing because it pushes you forward.
We all have little voices in our heads: fear, victim, self-sabotage, overwork, comparison, etc. Recognize them & learn how to combat them.
Don’t be afraid to feel emotions because you fear how that will affect what you’re attracting into your life.
Negative emotions can be healthy because they allow you to develop your curiosity of why those emotions are there and how to resolve them. Don’t suppress them.
Be clear about who you let into your inner circle. Spend your time with other people who have positive and curious thoughts, not people who complain and blame others for their problems.
The quality of questions your asking yourself, determine the success of your business. Ask questions like: “how can I…” instead of “why can’t I…”
Whatever you want to make room for (what you want to manifest) you have to say no to other things that are not aligned with that goal.
If you make a leap of faith, you’re always going to find a way to survive. Don’t go to such fearful places in your mind.
How to Start Manifesting:
Create a goal
Focus on the goal
Believe it’s going to happen
Give yourself the grace and space to let it happen
If you’re a visual person, create a vision board for each area of your life that you’d like to see changed.
If you’re drawn to daily practices, journal or practice morning meditation on a daily basis.