Your Manifesting Technique Losing Juice?
Have you found yourself super excited about a new manifesting method, diligently practicing it every day, only to get bored with it before the month is out?
If so, you’re not alone.
Why is it so challenging to consistently engage and benefit from the things we know would serve us?
Maybe it’s the way we go about it. Or maybe it’s the expectations we have of ourselves.
What if it were easier than we were making it out to be?
Mom shared with me a Reader’s Digest article on how “Life is better with an attitude of gratitude.” In it author David Hochman suggests that instead of practicing gratitude every day, we may be better off engaging it less frequently (like weekly):
“Focusing on gratitude once a week is often more effective than doing it more frequently, according to Lyubormirsky (author of The How of Happiness). She compared subjects who kept gratitude journals three times a week with others who did so only once a week. The result: The once-a-week crowd became happier over time. ‘But choose what fits you personally,’ she says.”
Perhaps we’re setting ourselves up for failure by expecting a powerful engagement of our manifesting method every single day?
Even as I type that I hear Chopra Center meditation instructor, David Ghee, repeating in my ear “every day, wake-pee-meditate.” I’m pretty sure the once-a-week routine wouldn’t fly with him.
What do you guys think? How have you managed to keep a powerful manifesting technique fresh?
Have you noticed better results when you engage it infrequently?
Would love to hear your thoughts and experiences!