How to Speed Up Manifestations
One of the regular questions I get is how to make something happen faster.
Whether it’s creating (or ending) a relationship, getting a new job, experiencing financial relief, manifesting weight loss, or whatever – it’s common to want to speed up the process.
Wanting it to happen faster is one thing; needing it to is another.
Because here’s the deal – regardless of what we want to create – the faster you need it, the longer it takes.
Don’t get me wrong – strong desire is powerful fuel for the manifesting process. But conditioning our well being on the results is like applying brakes at the same time we’re flooring the gas.
From the documentary That Guy … Who Was in That Thing one of the actors talked about how important it is to not care too much about getting the job:
“In this business, if you start to worry about it too much, you lose your nut. You lose your presence when you walk into a room. If you’re there jonesing for a job and you need this job bad, no way they hire you.”
That applies to more than just getting work as an actor.
The best way to speed up whatever you want is to relax about it.
Let it be okay how things are now.
Loosen up your resistance to present reality.
Remember that your well-being isn’t conditional on external circumstances. (You’re in charge of how you feel. Not your ex, or your divorce, or your pregnancy, bank account, etc.)
That’s how you make things happen fast. Don’t need it to.
My apologies if that’s not a very satisfying answer.
If you need convincing, just tune in to what your vibration is when you need something to happen fast.
You’ll probably notice it’s driven by a dissatisfaction with “what is,” right? It’s from a “this sucks and I want it to change asap” sort of vibration.
And we know Universe can only give us what we’re presently vibrating.
So that’s a frequency that doesn’t foster good things to happen. Rather, it attracts more sucky stuff that we want to change asap.
So … to get it to happen faster …
… chill out about it. Get a new angle on the situation, until you can see it from a perspective of “not so bad.”
Find something to appreciate.
Give yourself a reason to laugh.
Or at least take a nap.
Because “need” isn’t the fuel for manifesting happy endings.
Getting happy is.
(And sometimes the way to getting happier is through some dark territory that some creators are hesitant to travel. For those of you, I have this reminder.)