An Inside Job
We all know the best manifesting tool out there is to just FEEL GOOD. If that’s all we ever did, it’d rain good news on us day and night.
But when you’re in the mood to pull a different trick out of your law of attraction hat, consider this one:
Make it an Inside Job
Often when we approach a desire, we think of it as something we want, i.e. something we don’t yet have. Right?
It’s like we’re on the outside looking in; saying “I want that” – as if it were separate from us.
That perspective signals the Powers That Be that we are without it, and since like attracts like that means we only perpetuate the “withoutness” of it.
To create true vibrational alignment (which is the name of the manifesting game), we’ve got to get on the inside of it. We’ve got to make it a part of us; to feel it as if it’s already a done deal.
(“Feel it real,” as author Denise Coates might say.)
For example, when I was ready for One of the Ones (that’s what I called the new long term boyfriend I was manifesting), I purposely and deliberately felt like a girl who already had a fabulous keeper. I smiled and walked and shopped like someone would who was in a long term relationship with One of her Ones. I felt him here. Not there, in my future or in my dreams, but right here right now.
I didn’t treat it like something outside of me that I wanted. I got on the inside of that desire. I brought it to life now, by feeling it as if it were already reality. (Three weeks later we met; three years later we’re still having fun.)
Yes, it takes imagination along with a willingness to detach from reality. But that’s what deliberate creation is all about, and once we understand how powerful it is to manage our vibration, we’ve got huge incentive to do so!
So this is your manifesting tip of the week: get on the inside of your desire and feel it as if it’s already a done deal. Whether you use your daydream skills, a pray rain journal, script it out with a friend, etc. – Universe will hear a very different instruction from you when you treat it like an Inside Job.