I suggest you take a few minutes to yourself every day – even if for just a few minutes, it replenishes your mind, body, sense of calm and spirit for living.
Tonight, I made vegan chicken nuggets with cream, vegetables, seeds and spices, and am relaxing while watching Wall Street. It’s the easiest thing in the world and absolute bliss. We need to cherish these moments, regardless of the time duration we can spare to enjoy them.
You might have children or feel tired, and not have a movie’s duration to spare; in that case, treat the time you have as something of high value and a chance to practice letting go. Focus on what breathing does to your body. Focus on the way your breathing is allowing your body to effortlessly relax.
Even just a few minutes of enjoying this alone, relaxing time will help you immensely. It will revive your awareness and make you feel like yourself, the way you want to feel all the time. It will make you see how much you already appreciate everything you have because under no circumstances would you actually want to have less.
It will make you see how minuscule your problems actually are and how many possibilities life holds because there is truly no reason for it not to.
If one can spend quality time on their own, one will have removed the need for the things many of us have gotten used to having and tricked ourselves into “needing” over the years.
In moments of solitude, many have tricked themselves to believe to be bored by default instead of exploring potential activities they could enjoy on their own. Then, many already know how to appreciate their time alone. Some love reading and writing in complete solitude. A friend of mine likes to drive around for hours and think. Some do nothing but simply disconnect themselves from the world which replenishes their minds. Another friend of mine took my advice and made a habit of going out to lunch alone while reading a book. Regardless of the specific activity (or a lack thereof), the ability to enjoy some alone time goes a long way when it comes to confidence and with that, faith in one’s manifestation abilities.
You might wonder how exactly this works.
Enjoying some alone time allows you to see why you don’t need anything else. You are perfectly capable of finding amusement and productivity all on your own; knowing that, you can simply become grateful for everything and everyone that make a great addition to your life. You can be grateful for any conversation you have, all your friends and family and realize why relationships are natural to us – they make us happy, even if we don’t actually need them. You could be fine on your own but knowing that can also easily allow you to be grateful for everyone in your life.
You just spent some time alone and you survived. You don’t need other people – you just like them.
Knowing this can help you remove the need for your manifestations, allowing you to finally manifest. Removing the need for company and just appreciating it helps you manifest.
Try and spend a few hours on your own – you will start to enjoy your own company.