You’re already manifesting the life and circumstances which currently surround you. You can change these circumstances and manifest something different.
When this connection happens they know that nothing can prevent their desire from manifesting. This connection always happens in a meditative state.
The secret ingredient to manifestation is meditation. When you meditate, you will find that it’s easy to manifest exactly what you want, because your attention is single-pointed: it’s focused like a laser beam. When your attention is focused, what your attention is focused on manifests, and often more quickly than you think possible.
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Here’s the open secret to manifestation: your success depends on where you place your attention. This is the Beta mind state: the everyday mind state, perfect for multi-tasking.
Perhaps you’ve already tried affirmations to manifest a new car, or a job, or a better relationship. They work when you’re in an accepting, meditative state when you repeat your affirmations, because in this state you’re much more powerful – your attention is focused.
- Beta is lousy for manifestation, because your attention is too scattered. It’s hard to get your affirmations to create your dreams in a Beta mind state if you’ve been trying to use a technique like affirmations to manifest. Your affirmations have zero power.
Manifest what you truly desire.
In just ten minutes a day, or twice a day if you’re keen, you can change your life. Everyone can spare ten minutes a day.
Ten minutes a day for seven days
Here we go: seven days to manifesting your dreams.
To enhance the process, you can make meditation easy, by using a Brain Sync program to help. Just listen to your chosen program, and you will naturally access a meditative state. You’ll find some recommendations at the end of this article.
This Manifestation Meditation takes just ten minutes a day for seven days.
In just ten minutes a day, not only will you discover what you truly what, but also make the connection that lets you know that what you want is on its way to you.
Step One: Emptiness and compassionate silence
Enjoy the compassionate presence for a few minutes.
Once you’ve completely relaxed, and your mind is calm, bring to mind a being, or a force, that you associate with compassion. This may be a spiritual figure, or a place in nature, or the earth, or the stars. Bring this being, or this place to mind, and allow yourself to feel the compassion, and the kindness, that’s extended to you.
In this manifestation process, you start with relaxation, silence, and with complete acceptance. In this silence over the next days, you will find that your true desires will come to you. For today’s meditation, just relax, focus on your breathing, and let go.
Optimally, you’ll be listening to a Brain Sync program as you meditate, because you can achieve Alpha and Theta mind states more easily. Put on your headphones, and lie or sit down in a comfortable position with your spine straight, and relax.
Step Two: Intuition and ideas
Gradually, silence will enfold you. Ask for your compassionate being to extend kindness to you again – or allow yourself to feel this kindness from nature.
If you feel that you’re becoming uncomfortable, just focus on your breathing or a time, and listen to the music in your program. Sometimes you’ve got so much attachment to your desires that it feels uncomfortable.
Now bring to mind what you want to manifest. You may know what this is, but don’t be surprised if you envision something completely different that you wish to manifest.
Today, relax and become completely comfortable again, and let your mind clear. If you’re using a Brain Sync program, put your headphones on, and allow the program to carry you into Alpha and Theta.
Watch for synchronicity in your daily life
Your daily meditations will lead to you encountering synchronicities in your daily life. They’re a sign that you’ve made a connection, that your meditation is working.
Step Three: Expression
If you’ve decided on what you want to manifest, state it aloud, if you’re alone, or silently if you’re not: “I want to manifest a new car”; “I want to manifest a new job, with a salary 25 per cent more than I’m earning”; or “I want a new relationship – I want to find my soul mate.”
In today’s meditation, access the silence, and the compassionate state again. Allow yourself to completely relax, and feel serene and happy. You may find yourself smiling during your meditation.
Step Four: Emotion
Allow yourself to feel grateful and happy that you have what you want. Give thanks that what you’ve asked for has already been given to you.
When your meditation is over, you may feel an impulse to do something – make a phone call, or speak to someone. It has been triggered by your meditations, and will help you to manifest.
In today’s meditation, access the silence and the compassionate states again. State your manifestation-desire as though you already have what you want. Yesterday, you made the connection, and what you desire is already yours – it’s completely yours, so state it that way: “I now have my wonderful new car”; “I love my new job, with my enhanced salary”; “I and my soul mate have found each other, and life is wonderful.”
Step Five: Will
Notice the bodily sensations that you have in your hara. Don’t try to change them in any way, just notice any tightness, or other sensation. Allow the restrictions you have there to release, and allow the energy of your hara center to flow up your spine and out of the top of your head.
In martial arts the source of your will and power is your hara, a point inside your body, about two inches below your navel. It’s a major focus of chi, of life force energy in your body.
Access the silence and the compassionate states again as you’ve done before. And again, state your manifestation-desire as though you already have it. Say: “I now have my wonderful new car”; “I love my new job, with my enhanced salary”; “I and my soul mate have found each other, and life is wonderful.”
Today, you’re going to activate your will in your meditation. It’s not as much an emotion as a feeling – a sense – of inevitability.
Now access your will, which is centered in your hara.
Step Six: Imagination
Access the silence and the compassionate states again. State your manifestation-desire as though you already have what you want.
Let your attention move to your hara. Imagine the light in your hara, and feel the sensations. Let the energy of your hara flow up your spine, and out the top of your head.
As you release this energy, imagine your manifestation – picture it in any way you can, whether it’s by visual images, by sounds, by feelings. Imagine your new life, with your manifestation as part of it.
Step Seven: Manifestation
Today, your manifestation process is complete. Whether you realize it consciously or not, your manifestation is on its way.
In today’s meditation, follow the same process you’ve followed over the past days. Here it is in brief, so that you can memorize it:
- Silence and compassionate acceptance;
- Express: speak your manifestation aloud, or silently, and feel the emotion of its fulfillment;
- Sense the energy of your will in your hara, and allow it to move up and out of your body;
- Imagine your life with the manifestation complete.
Using your Manifestation Meditation
Over time, you can access this “manifestation mind state” within 60 seconds or less in your daily life. If you’re about to give a presentation, use the meditation to both relax yourself, and manifest a wonderful outcome.
In today’s meditation, access the silence, and the compassionate state again. In today’s meditation, access the silence and the compassionate states again. Over time, you can access this “manifestation mind state” within 60 seconds or less in your daily life.
If you’ve been trying to use a technique like affirmations to manifest, it’s hard to get your affirmations to create your dreams in a Beta mind state. They work when you’re in an accepting, meditative state when you repeat your affirmations, because in this state you’re much more powerful – your attention is focused.