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Achieving your dreams is not a set and forget activity. Once you’ve determined the direction you are headed in you’d like to pick up momentum. These exercises leverage the Law of Attraction to connect you more deeply to what you want and how you feel. It is in the feeling that we manifest.
I’ve gathered here my favourite tools, use one or use them all, but use them you must.
I’d recommend that you try out each of these tools and see which one feels best for you. See which tool can generate the most excitement and anticipation for what’s to come. Work out which tools will help you build a sense of your future as if you are living it right now.
Meditation is the place to start. If you haven’t already go and listen to my 10 Minute Progressive Body Relaxation Meditation. There you’ll find a shorter 5 Minute Body Scan Meditation too.
To bring about a new reality you must first imagine that this reality already exists. That means you don’t feel like you’re missing out on anything and you don’t feel like you have to work to achieve it.
The most effective method is to imagine your new reality has already happened. Your sub-conscious mind doesn’t distinguish between fiction and reality, it simply responds to thoughts and feelings. Use imagination to develop and sustain thoughts of what you want as if it has already happened.
Commence any imagining work with a short meditation to centre yourself and to find a neutral feeling place. Use one of the meditations from [link to meditation page here] or simply close your eyes for a few minutes and focus on your breathing.
Our imagination is our greatest gift and an amazing creator. Use it to build a living, breathing mind model of how you’d like things to be in every detail.
This exercise is best done just before going to bed so that you maintain that positive feeling and vibration as you fall asleep.
Follow these tips to imagine what you want:
Write out what you want using all your senses to describe it. What would you see, what would you hear others say and how would you feel having this in your life right now.
Build up a picture in your mind of a scene in your life where you have all that you want. Make the scene bright, colourful, sparkling, so vivid that it feels real. When you have that scene in your mind step into the picture as if you are looking at this scene through your own eyes because it has happened and you are already there.
Turn up the volume of how this scene feels and feel that emotion travel through every part of your body until it oozes out of you every cell in your body.
Explore this feeling and scene in your mind as you relax and fall asleep.
Don’t worry if one or more nights you are unable to get fully into the feeling of this exercise. Let it go, have a good night’s sleep and try again the next night.
Because we manifest with our feelings it’s a good idea to consistently remind ourselves of what we are grateful for. Being grateful helps to maintain the momentum of your thoughts in the direction you’d like things to be.
Each week download a Gratitude Journal Sheet [insert link to a worksheet] and write what you are grateful for.
Read these prompts to get you started:
Who are you grateful for in your life?
What experiences have you had this week that you are grateful for?
What sensory experiences are you grateful for this week?
What sights or sounds did you experience that you are grateful for?
When you start making changes in your life your fears and doubts naturally start to have something to say. So that these thoughts don’t keep bumping around inside your head a useful method to soothe yourself is to journal.
Journaling is the experience of taking the thoughts that are running around in your mind and putting these thoughts onto paper.
Download your Journal Sheet [insert link to a worksheet] to start writing your thoughts.
Tips to get you started and for journaling:
Pick up a pen and grab your Journal Sheet and just start writing, even if the first thing you write is ‘I’m here holding my pen wondering what to write ...’ Trust me, more words will come.
Write whatever pops into your mind. No-one will read it so be honest.
Keep writing until you feel your journal session is complete. You’ll know when that is, trust how you feel. If you run out of space turn over and write on the back and print as many sheets as you need.
Feel free to keep your sheets in a ring binder when you are finished. What I do is bless my sheet by thanking my thoughts and rip up the sheet and put it in the bin. It is done, I don’t need to hang onto any thoughts. There is nothing wrong with keeping your sheets as you mind like to reflect back where you are and what’s important to you and even see reoccurring patterns which can show you beliefs you didn’t know you had.