Whenever you think about your desire, tell yourself you have it.
Tell yourself that it’s yours.
It’s difficult to create a lifestyle if you don’t know what kind you want. And if you want a happy relationship, happiness should be your goal as well as lifestyle already.
Choosing happiness every day of our lives simply by choosing people and activities that perpetuate it as well as visualizations and the conviction of your dreams becoming real is mandatory if we want to remain in a good mood. Being in a good mood makes us feel fulfilled, and that is what makes us confident in having even more soon, especially our desires coming true. That is how happiness works.
It can be hard to stay positive about a relationship at times. Relationships bring out our deepest vulnerabilities but that is exactly why they are beautiful. Being touched by love and another person’s heart opens your own. It opens the real you up to living your happiest life.
I’ve noticed another manifestation epidemic – one might fear their desire to be too much for them to handle, fearing their own inadequacy in the face of true happiness.
If you have ever felt this way, you probably questioned your ability to handle everything that comes with attracting your desire. The idea of your dreams finally coming true might have been perplexing if you ever worried about losing them soon after receiving, causing you to prevent yourself from enjoying a much happier idea of living them.
Worrying about losing your dreams soon after they come true stems from idealizing them and under-appreciating yourself. Even if just subconsciously, thinking of your dream as an emotional utopia you don’t deserve causes self-doubt.
When you don’t pay too much attention to your dreams but one day you wake up and realize that last night’s dream gave you an insight into something you are ready for (and with that, who you are), it is the most wonderful feeling. Amost as wonderful as having your desire already.
Have you had any interesting dream experiences recently? Share your thoughts!
Fully ignoring your current reality and just thinking about your desired one is a technique in itself, if you ask me. If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I fully advocate ignoring the current reality (or if you seem to be unable to, turning every negative in it into a positive, i.e. “It’s good that I’m single now because I get to do all the things I enjoy but will have less time for once in a relationship” etc.) and if you can just ignore everything in front of you, your visualizations of the ideal will trickle down to your current reality in order to turn it into your ideal one.
Many have wondered how exactly to ignore their current realities, and the answer is…
Ignoring the current reality comes easy when one makes a habit of practicing self-love. Being unable to ignore the current reality happens when that reality strongly bothers you but self-love leads to “fixing” yourself and your current reality by extension.
See how that goes?
If you ever wondered why self-love is key, you just got the answers you were looking for.
Crazy as it sounds, the easiest way to ignore the current reality is to fill it with fun activities. That way, you just happily live and have fun while imagining your ideal reality but not missing it. You don’t even think about it – you just are.
Another way is to love your ideal reality so much that it even transforms your current reality. Even if you never did it, it can be done. I’ve done it. When you love your ideal reality that much, you begin to act as if you’re living it in your current. You start to transfer moods, mindsets and external factors. You begin to look and dress the part.
Now that you know how it works, use these exercises to create your new life.