Manifesting a Life You Love
Bashar’s persistent advice to us is to follow our highest excitement. That’s his answer to a lot of questions about how to manifest what we want.
That suggestion can fall a little flat for someone who feels like they don’t have a choice in going to a job they dread. Or don’t have enough money to do what they really want.
But he says to whatever extent you’re able, follow your highest excitement. It’ll lead you to everything and anything you want in life.
I love that advice.
Abraham offers this similar tip for living a life you love:
Do only those things you really believe you need to do (in order to keep life moving along the way it is), and do everything else you really want to do that you can cram into a day.
Tell everyone, “I’m gonna do as much as I can do that I really want to do, and a handful of things that I gotta do. But I’m leaning toward doing what I want to do.”
When you say “I’m free to do what pleases me,” before you know it what you do pleases you. Because you’re coming into alignment.
And when you’re in alignment, no matter what you do it’s fun. When you’re not in alignment, no matter what you do isn’t fun. – Abraham-Hicks
So if you’ve been dreaming of a day when life is filled with things you love, start by speaking it so and living it as much as you can now. Not waiting for the magic day when everything changes overnight – but gradually emphasizing the things you love while minimizing the things you don’t.
Practice that and it won’t take long before you’re truly living a life you love fully.