How To Manifest a New Job
All of these tips come from deliberate creators who used them successfully!
First up …
If you’re currently employed, do your best to:
Love the job you’ve got.
I know, I know. You’re thinking if you could love the job you’ve got, you wouldn’t need a new one.
This can be a little tricky – but it’s incredibly helpful to minimize dread for your current work. The reason is because “like attracts like” – so if you’re hating your job, that’s going to continue to manifest – even in a new one. You’ve got to change the vibe first, not the job. Otherwise it’s just out of the frying pan and into the fire.
You can manage your vibe by finding things to appreciate about your current position. It’ll make all the difference in the world.
And for those of you wondering if finding ways to like your job will just keep you stuck in it, read this post. (It’ll do the exact opposite by helping you align to work you love even more!)
Just remember: the best way to get a new job is to love the job you’ve got. It’s highly aligning.
If, on the other hand, you’re currently unemployed, an important tip is to:
Appreciate your down time. It’s easy to be stressed out while you don’t have work. But that stress sends a signal to Universe that it has to match. (One way or another.) So finding a way to relax, trust, and maybe even enjoy this time off would be ideal.
That doesn’t mean you won’t be taking action to get a new job. Just do your best to minimize complaints or feeling stressed about your situation. Fear, anxiety and resentment can serve as blocks to manifesting your dream job.
So try to limit your freak out time. It’s normal to be worried when we’re without work and the pressure is on, and it’s natural for that stress to increase the longer we’re out of work. But that’s why you’ll want to consciously manage the “freak out” factor. Feel your feelings, and then get lined up. This is vibration management 101: find thoughts that feel better. You can do that.
You’ll notice both of those tips – whether for the employed and looking or unemployed and looking – is to ENJOY. Appreciate. Find something good where you’re at right now. The more you resist your present circumstances, the longer you draw them out.
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Tips for all job hunters (whether currently employed or not):
Watch Your Language
Stop talking/thinking about how much you hate this job, need a new one, or are scared that you won’t find one. As you speak, so shall it be. So dial in on thoughts that serve you, okay?
Instead of, “I’m never going to find a new job” switch it up with something like “My time will come” or “Things have a way of working out.” Just soften up how you’re speaking and thinking about it, so you give Universe something to work with. If you keep saying, “This is impossible” it surely will be. (You can find help with new thoughts here at the New Job activation.)
Open Your Mind
Be open about how your new job might show up. Let Universe surprise and delight you in just how easy it can be to get a new position. I’ve heard many success stories from fellow creators about how it came “out of the blue” in a way they never would have expected. The more open we are, the more fun Universe can have with us.
Get to “Work”
This tip might sound contradictory to the “enjoy your down time” tip above, but it doesn’t have to be – and it can incredibly powerful to let the new job in. I’m talking about behaving like a happily employed person does. Meaning, wake up, get ready, and get something done with your day. Make sure you’ve got the wardrobe you’ll need, and brush up on any required job skills. It’ll help you feel confident and ready, and it sends the message to Universe that you’ve got something to do and somewhere to be.
“Acting as if” can be a great way to create the vibrational alignment that requires a job to manifest in your world.
When you see a possibility you’re excited about, don’t get attached. Sometimes we slip into scarcity thinking that this is our only shot, and we better make it work, and all is lost if this doesn’t happen.
But that vibration not only prevents other opportunities from revealing themselves, it also makes us an unlikely match for getting hired. (Desperation and neediness are repellent energies.) Keep those unhelpful vibes at bay by reminding yourself you live in an abundant world with lots of possibilities. If not this, something better. That’s how the system works.
Choose Inspiration Over Desperation
The more nervous or anxious we get about finding new work, the more likely we take actions that don’t help. Unhappy energies don’t lead to happy endings, no matter how much action you take to “make it happen.” So get lined up first by visioning your desired end result, feel the joy of it in advance, and then take action that feels good.
We’d love to hear your success stories and best LOA friendly pointers in the comments, too!