Often, when you want to attract something you desire more than anything else in life, you don’t feel like doing anything in your current reality anymore until it comes. However, when you only think about one thing, that one thing, you are bound to run out of positive thoughts at some point and switch to negative ones.
Positive beliefs stick but a variety of positive thoughts comes and goes throughout the day. In the moments they go, it is important to switch your thoughts to something else that makes you happy instead of continuing to think about your desired manifestation. This is how the mind works so when you try to force yourself to keep the positive thoughts going, the forcing makes you switch to negative thoughts soon enough. Forcing yourself is unnatural, tension-creating energy that will ultimately rattle your brainwaves and produce negative thoughts.
Whenever you find yourself noticing your desire missing from your life, remember that since you asked for it, you must receive it.
As soon as you remind yourself of it, you will believe it; you will know that what you want is yours already. Your belief will create.
Noticing your desire missing and worrying about it manifesting is attachment. Knowing your desired manifestation is a done deal is positive awareness.
Do you wish to attract a commodity, circumstance or a relationship you believe would change your entire life and bring you happiness almost magically? In your mind, is this particular desire the Holy Grail of your goals and personal fulfilment?
If that’s the case, you might find the impression of your desire being present or absent controlling your overall mood. The appearance of short-term manifestations or signs that make your ultimate desire feel real inevitably lift your spirits while negative signs or the feeling of loneliness can just as easily take over, giving you a sinking feeling. Even if you don’t want to feel the absence, you often end up feeling too weak to help yourself.
What is there to do?
If instead of your true heart’s desire you accept one deemed easier to manifest, it isn’t fair to anyone involved.
If you should accept any goal you consider easier to manifest than your true heart’s desire, this isn’t fair to you or anyone else.
What we want wants us back.
The Universe wants to give you what you want.
Your true heart’s desire wants you just as much as you want it.
It is what you believe you have a difficult time manifesting that causes attachment in you.
Changing yourself to assume the lightness of character, endless self-confidence and unwavering belief is achieved with self-love. Those who doubt this notion haven’t tried engaging in self-love just yet.
Self-love is in your best interest. Continue reading “Self-Love is Your Inner Strength, Relationship Confidence and Encompassing Personal Beauty”
Thinking about the person you want to be instead of what is happening around you is going to allow you to enjoy your current reality instead of feeling that you are missing your desired one.
If you are struggling to stay happy in your current reality, you must start focusing on yourself.
Over several minutes of boredom one day, I decided to manifest a free trip. Days later, I was offered one.
I hadn’t thought about many details of the trip and soon, it dawned on me that I should have. I didn’t like many of the conditions or the accommodation which ultimately caused me to pass on the trip altogether.
I was grateful for having received the offer but every offer in life is there for us to accept or decline. And that’s okay.
When manifesting something specific, be specific on all the details important to you!
In order to get specific, one must know exactly what kind of life they want.
What is it that makes you happy? Do you feel that you deserve it? Are you brave enough to believe that you deserve it?
Thinking positively about oneself takes courage yet it should be the most natural thing in the world.
So why do many avoid it?
Some people say they never ask for much in life, an attitude that translates into being unappreciated by the world. They try to bargain their low maintenance attitude into the belief of their desire belonging to them but end up feeling undeserving of it instead. Those who feel that asking for nothing is a virtue usually feel undeserving of most things as their personal guilt urges them to never ask for anything in fear of looking greedy. These individuals feel that they don’t have enough while others, usually those unlikable to them, have too much.
These individuals were taught that only greedy people want to experience life’s abundance while they should focus on being a good person instead. However, a “good” person is “good,” rich or poor. A “bad” person will be “bad” whether they are wealthy or poor. Those who don’t care what other people think won’t care no matter what happens in their life.
You will be criticized by the world, no matter who you are, and that criticism will come from the awareness of those who criticize you, not from your personal lifestyle. The critical will stay critical, unless they choose to change. The critical will criticize you, no matter who you are.
I hope this says enough.
The more I think about it, the more I’m convinced that self-confidence and the ability to let go share a deep connection.
I was given permission to share this story. Recently, a friend of mine got out of a long-term relationship and while wanting to relax before hitting the dating scene, they became a target of some very interested individuals instead. My friend’s lack of interest in anything serious removed the internal need for a relationship which resulted in becoming magnetic to the opposite sex. However, these individuals who are targeting my friend overdo it to say the least, reciprocating every iota of interest with a snowball of excessive attention. With my friend’s breakup still fresh in their mind, causing some conflicted personal values, they have come to fear refusing these individuals’ advances and hurting their feelings.
There is no doubt that my friend needs to regain their confidence and values before entering a new relationship but the behavior of these two individuals who have their eye on this friend of mine shows attachment instead of confidence.
How do I know?
Let me explain.
My friend doesn’t feel that either of these two individuals is quite captivating. They feel that both individuals are sweet but overplaying their hand, possibly insecure and coming on strongly instead of respecting the need for space my friend (verbally) expressed. Instead of receiving the space requested, my friend is being chased which is a primal reaction on an energetic level but a poor choice on their admirers’ side.
I have said before that one can make moves only when certain that what he/she wants belongs to them already. On the other hand, making moves in order to “get” something one doesn’t have yet is generally a bad idea. Simple as that.
What my friend does have in this case is fulfillment in their single life – having come out of a relationship, they feel the need for a new one and attract admirers as a result. My friend feels good on their own right now which is a requirement for anyone wishing to attract new people.
At the same time, my friend is attracting the people they are not interested in having long term (or, any kind of) involvements with. This is because they are putting the pieces of their personal happiness back together yet none of the individuals pursuing my friend are convinced that they can make the relationship happen.
There are plenty of LoA lessons in this example. If one of my friend’s admirers decided that they wanted a relationship and had unconditional faith, that relationship could happen.
If one of my friend’s admirers loved themselves as much as they keep asking my friend to “love” them, my friend would feel much stronger attraction for them.
To sum up,
Those who love themselves and are confident in their abilities can let go of their desire to manifest. They already have much love in their lives…because they give it to themselves.