Trusting is an important part of manifesting
Each week I feature an affirmation. I have been asked how
they work and what is the best way to get effects from them. An
affirmation is a statement of intent; something you say to
manifest what you need and desire in your life.
Having said that, I always voice mine declaring that I
already have what I want and need. For instance, if you
say, “I want a better job, a satisfying relationship, you will
always be “wanting”. I suggest to thank the universe for
the better job position or the relationship as if it is already
there. A very important part of manifesting is trusting. I
believe we have a five-step program to follow: desire, intent,
surrender and allowance ... then trust.
Let’s use wanting a home move for instance: The “desire” is
to state that we want to move.
An “intent” that has been very popular with clients and
listeners to my radio show is to pack a small box with one item
from each room of your home.
“Surrender” is the next step. Tape up the box, put the
location of your next residence, we don’t always know the
address, on the label, put it in your cupboard, stand back and
“allow’ it to happen.
This of course brings the need to “trust!” Give it a try.
Trusting is the most difficult of the whole process because it
is an “out there thing” that cannot be seen, but once we start
to trust in ourselves and give the universe the chance it needs
to help us, we won’t look back.
Excellent books/audio tapes on the subject of manifesting
are: "Manifest Your Destiny" and "You Will See It When You
Believe It, both by Wayne Dyer" and “The Monk Who Sold His
Ferrari" by Robin Sharma. I have also discovered, or did
she discover me, a neat lady with a very upbeat concept and best
selling book…Grace Cirocco is the author of ”Take The Step, The
Bridge will be There.”
Take a few moments each day to say your affirmations; my
suggestion is starting your day on a positive note. Belt
them out in the shower. It’s a great feeling, trust me! (There’s
that big word again).
Standing in front of a mirror and connecting with your eyes
and telling that person in front of you that you are “having a
wonderful day,” or are thankful for having a constructive
meeting with “the boss,” is a very powerful way to affirm your
I always say you have nothing to lose. It is like chicken
soup, it can’t hurt and it might help. Enjoy the process!
The intent of the above affirmation is to allow us to enjoy the
beauty around us, not to wish for a better planet, or for more
interest in ecological measures. By saying this we are
acknowledging that it is there already and we appreciate it, and
therefore it will continue... And So It Is!!
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