5 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Sooner
Anyone who’s been in this manifesting game a while has probably looked back on their learning curve and spotted a couple lessons that would have been helpful to pick up sooner rather than later.
I know I have.
In service to those of us who might not have learned what you have, I propose we share those learning curve lessons with each other here.
It’ll serve all of our creative endeavors that much better!
I’ll begin with five things I wish someone had told me earlier.
Even though I might have had to learn it the hard way anyway, it still would have been nice to know:
1. Don’t use manifesting processes to make things better so you can feel better.
Rather, use manifesting processes to feel better now, then things get better.
That’s the purpose of a process – to improve your vibe here and now. That’s what makes reality morph to match.
I did it backwards for a while until I heard Abraham say alignment practices aren’t for making things happen. They’re for feeling better. And then things happen. Light bulb.
2. You’re never going to “get there” (happily ever after) so you may as well find a way to enjoy here and now.
You’ll always be on your way to something even better, so don’t hold out for “arriving” in order to have a good time. The good times have to happen here and now or they never will.
3. Don’t try too hard.
Making it a big deal isn’t likely to speed things up. In fact, it usually does the opposite.
Instead, lighten up. Take it easy. Relax a little. (Or a lot!) Magic happens when we chill out.
4. Let everyone be right.
We weren’t meant to all be in full agreement.
It’s okay that they don’t think what you think. No need for us to get on the same page – everyone gets to choose how it is for themselves.
Your choice doesn’t have to spoil yours unless you let it. In fact …
5. Don’t worry too much about what others are up to in general.
Pay attention to your own guidance.
Learn to trust your joy. It really is your best guidance.
I know it’s easier said than done to trust what feels best, but that really is the golden path.
Those are my five tips that I’d love to have embraced sooner rather than later. Let’s hear yours …