What Does It Look Like?
I suspect most folks wanting to work with me wouldn’t be in the market for an LOA coach if they’d been asking (and answering) this question for themselves each day:
“What does it look like?”
By that I mean, what are you visioning to life? What are the details of it? What does it look like?
As you hold the pictures of what you want, seeing it happen in your mind, it eventually unfolds in physicality. It has to. That’s how manifestation works – it starts as an idea that we give life to and grow vibrationally.
When we deliberately manage our vibration, atoms rearrange in the physical world to match our vision. Yes, your daydreams are that powerful.
With every episode you entertain of what your fulfilled desire looks like, you add strength to it until pretty soon you’re rendezvousing with it in real life.
Which we all know, right?
And yet, I KNOW lots of us don’t regularly hold those end result pictures in mind. (I know, because I ASK when you inquire for help about how to make things happen.)
“How often are you spending time with the vision of it? What kind of detail are you seeing?” And I often hear, “Mm, well, now that you ask, I guess I haven’t really been doing that.”
(Which I coulda guessed back when you said nothing was happening.)
It doesn’t take much – just once or twice a day – playing with the details of what your successful scene looks like (or sounds, tastes, feels like, whatever). Immersing yourself in the vibration of it brings it closer to you in ways more magical than you could dream of.
(Which isn’t what you’re thinking about, remember – you’re not on the HOW of it, you’re on the end result WHAT of it.)
I mean, this is the EASY part! This is LOA basics. Whatever excuses we have for not practicing this at least daily are lame. We can find 30 seconds to invest in helping our dream come true, right?
And the whole party starts by simply answering the question, “What does it look like?”
What does it look like? Isn’t that a delicious place to go?!
When I recognize my mind has wandered off track to a “don’t want,” I mentally say “No, that’s not it. What it looks like is …” and I go back to seeing what I’m creating. I hear the sounds of it; feel the feelings of it. Each time there might be a new or different detail. And each time I go there, I get more comfortable and familiar with this scene. Eventually it’s where I belong. It’s mine.
All I gotta do next is whatever feels good.
Which is why I’m here now, typing this post. This is part of what feels good for me after I hold in mind the vision I’m bringing to real life. Massive upliftment, enthusiastic encouragement for embracing our creative powers, incredible connections and camaraderie, confident expert support all leading to infinite magic and endless possibilities for anyone game to play.
But that’s just me … what are YOU creating? Tell us what it looks like, if you care to share!
And tonight, as you’re drifting off to sleep, remember to ask yourself, “What does it look like?”
Have fun with your answer.