Manifesting with a Success List
In the $1,000 money manifesting post I mentioned a technique used to help line up with creating a financial windfall: a Manifesting Success List.
I like that alignment method so much I thought it deserved elaboration.
First off, we know that we get what we vibrate.
So to get what we want, all we have to do is figure out how to vibrate it.
A lot of our desires are just that – desires. Things we don’t have yet. Things we want, but don’t feel as “real” or “done.” In our minds we think of them as “out there” – in the hopeful future.
Which is where they stay if we don’t learn to expect or believe in them as real.
When we change our vibration from “wanting” to “having,” Universe has to deliver the goods. We’re home free when we begin thinking about our desire as a “done deal.”
That’s where the Manifesting Success List comes in. It’s a way to sort of trick ourselves into thinking of the yet-to-be-manifested desire as if it’s already done.
Those of you who read my newsletter know what I’m talking about here. (I wrote about this over the summer.)
It’s where we create a list that mixes in real life already-manifested successes with our newest hopes and dreams. The “realness” from the already-here items have a contagious influence on the new things – to help make them real sooner rather than later.
Here’s how to do it …
Write down two or more of your favorite recent manifesting successes. That is, things that have already come to fruition in real life that you feel really good about.
Then in the middle of that list write down the thing you’d like to happen next. So we’re tucking our new desire into the midst of “done deal” energy.
All there is left is to put the list somewhere you’ll see it daily.
I started mine with a super cool contest win that had seemed very unlikely. And I added the feed lot horse rescues that meant a lot to me. Both items were huge wins in my mind, full of good energy.
I actually wrote my new desire at the end of the list, but I think it’d work better placed in the middle.
Also key is to write each item down using past tense, like it’s already happened.
Here’s what happens each time we see the list – the new desire starts to take on a “done deal” feel. It starts to have an “of course-ness” about it.
When I first put my list together, the new desire stood out like a sore thumb.
But as time went on, and I remembered that once upon a time those other things on the list were big fantasies, too – it made it easier to expect that this new one would come to pass, too. The items on the list started to feel more the “same” each time I looked at it.
So the success vibe from that unlikely contest win makes it easier to believe in a thousand dollars out of the blue. And the high I still felt from the horse rescues helped align me to expecting tripled ebook revenue. Pretty cool, huh?
As the new things manifest, you can add new desires to the list. Those new desires take on a “realness” imbued from the already manifested dreams. And pretty soon you’ve got a very powerful magical list going.
I keep my list on the white board on the refrigerator, but anywhere you’ll see it regularly will suffice. Also, some of my items were written in code so as not to disturb others who might read it. (As in ex-beaus reading about new super hot dates.)
The time frame it’s taken for my list items to manifest seems to range from a couple days to a couple months.
And get this – when I look at my manifesting success list now, I can’t really remember which ones were “seeded” successes that had already happened and which ones were yet to unfold. That’s how “together” they feel now.
Which is the whole point of this manifesting technique – to turn those unmanifested desires into “done deal” vibrations.
Universe can’t help but prove us right when we send the signal that says “got what I wanted.”
We know not all manifesting tools work the same for everyone, so only play with this if it feels fun and light.
If you’ve got suggestions on other ways to use lists in attracting what we want, please share. Or if you have stories from using a list like this, we’d love to hear that, too!