The information in this post could magically and dramatically change your life. I have spent many hours researching its contents.
First and foremost, I need you to know that I am a skeptic. I used to think Tony Robbins was a cult leader until I began to study his work, and now, I’m learning to master it. My point being, I take everything with a grain of salt until I have done enough of my own research to have a solid conclusion.
I thought about whether or not I wanted to share this message with you. I wasn’t sure it would resonate with everyone.
But…I changed my mind.
This information could possibly be of great value to those of you who will understand and apply it.
As a part of my ongoing growth, I am constantly reading, researching, and learning about the mind, body, and spirit. Not just to be the best coach that I can be, but to be the best version of myself.
I have learned many things on this journey so far. One of the skills I’ve learned to master is pattern recognition. It’s imperative in my field to recognize patterns of thought, language, emotions, and behavior in order to best serve my clients.
I recently noticed an interesting pattern on a specific topic, and it’s what I want to share with you today. It’s all about Manifesting. Manifesting has been a pretty relevant topic since the movie The Secret came out. Everyone is doing positive affirmations, making vision boards, and dreaming of winning the lottery.
But does it really work?
I mean, wouldn’t we all be millionaires living fabulous lives if it did?
Well actually, I don’t really think that’s the important question to be asking. The question to be asking is, are we doing it right?
I follow a lot of different types of professionals and experts in all fields that might be relevant to what I do. One of those individuals is a woman by the name of Esther Hicks, otherwise known as Abraham Hicks. Apparently, she channels a source of consciousness called Abraham. Abraham answers a lot of questions about life and how we should be living it. She has developed quite a name and reputation for herself. And whether she’s a complete con artist or the real deal, she definitely has a very powerful message to share. Another individual that I follow is a man by the name of David Snyder. He is a hypnotist, and a healer, among many other things, but in my opinion, he’s a master of the mind and body. Unlike Esther Hicks, all of the work that he does is based purely on science. Both Esther (Abraham) and David share many of their thoughts and ideas about manifesting in their videos, which can be found easily on YouTube.
Esther Hicks has a completely spiritual approach to manifesting which she refers to as being in “The Vortex” which means being in the right emotional state to attract what you want. And if you’re TRYING to manifest, you are definitely not in the vortex. Kind of a Paradox right?
David Snyder however, has a very scientific-based theory on manifestation. He says that your emotions have different frequencies, and whatever frequency you are sending out is what you are attracting. He explains that your conscious thoughts are not your dominant thoughts, and therefore you cannot consciously manifest anything. “The conscious mind is the least informed, and the last to know,” he says. "It is your unconscious mind that runs the show, and you have to clear out your “shit” (shit being a technical term in the world according to David) before you can be in alignment with what you want to attract. Therefore, you have to clear up any disempowering beliefs from your subconscious mind first.
So what is the pattern?
Both experts claim we need to feel the proper emotion in order to manifest. For example, if you want to attract wealth, what is the emotion that you would feel if you were truly wealthy? Freedom? Security? Power? Whatever those emotions are, you have to start feeling them now before you can attract the material objects that are in alignment with those feelings.
Hicks says if you are “trying” you are not in the vortex. Only our conscious mind can try, right? While Snyder says your conscious mind will not get you what you want, it is your unconscious that manifests. Both elude to the fact that on an unconscious level, you have to emotionally be connecting with your true inner desires. It’s simply not enough to think about what you want. Positive affirmations seem like they might be a complete waste of time if you don’t actually believe what you’re saying. There must be true an inner knowing, a feeling of absolute certainty that you will manifest what it is you desire. Then, and only then, will you encounter the circumstances or events you wish for.
Both Hicks and Snyder suggest the same grand message:
IS….WAS… or WILL BE…
… already exists. We just have to be in the right emotion/frequency, to attract it.
Remember, you have the power to CHOOSE how your life will turn out. You get to determine your ultimate destiny, and transform your life into anything you want it to become!