Best Way To Manifest What You Want
What’s the swiftest, most reliably effective way to manifest what you want?
You likely know the answer to that question better than anyone else does.
Because it might not be the same answer for all of us, all the time.
Sometimes the best way might be to let go and forget about it.
Sometimes the best way is to commit to a more aligned focus.
I’ve written before that the best way to get what you want is to love yourself.
But I have a suspicion that there’s one answer that would serve us all exceptionally well in nearly every circumstance.
That is to love your life.
To do more of what you enjoy. To minimize tolerations and maximize fun. To engage what makes you smile or laugh, and to amplify what makes your heart sing.
That’s what I suspect could be the best ticket to aligning to what we desire.
Which is the same message we hear all the time – emphasizing the power of appreciation and getting happy.
But truly prioritizing a good time could very well be the trick that helps all formerly elusive desires manifest.
We don’t have to know about vibration. We don’t have to be aware of thoughts and know how to shift them. We don’t have to converse with higher power every day asking for guidance.
It could be as simple as following our hearts and having fun. Whatever that means for you.
I’m not just theorizing, though …
I’m putting it to the real life test.
By turning an already good life into something even better. By intending and expecting and choosing whatever makes my heart soar.
So far that’s included:
- clearing the air with an ex
- expanding my musical horizons, and listening more often
- saying yes to more fabulous food options
- making time for engaging stories (thank you, Hulu!)
- picking up new hobbies (paddle boarding and target shooting)
- arranging dog care (thanks Grammaw!) so it’s easier to get to live concerts, the drag races, gem faires, and weekend hiking trips
- got my own sex pillow (thanks, Karen!) and also might have sexted someone for the first time (more fun than I realized!)
- volunteering at my local wildlife rehab center, and lots more.
My colleague Lisa Hayes was the one who suggested this to me. And I think she was right on the money.
And here’s the thing …
Having a good time isn’t even something we have to figure out or coordinate ourselves.
A simple intention to experience more life joys and delights is all it takes to get results. (That’s all I started with, and the surprise joys were rolling in within hours!)
You’re invited to join me in this “loving life even more” experiment …
See what you can say yes to that brings higher levels of happiness and enjoyment in your life, and see if you also notice lots of other things starting to go your way, too.
Either way, I figure there’s no way to lose on this gig. 🙂