If You Only Did One Thing …
Sometimes it feels like tricky business to create the reality you want …
Between maintaining a focus on what you want, not letting gremlins drive, staying out of attachment, being a good allower, taking inspired action, etc., even savvy creators can feel a bit overwhelmed with all the guidance we get about how to manifest.
But the truth is it’s very simple.
In fact, it could be as simple as this:
Become a good appreciator.
If all we did was build our appreciation skills, that alone puts us in close range of everything we want.
Yes, you could toss in some inspired action and positive expectations to make it even better.
But honestly, if you only focused on one thing to enhance your reality-creating success, good old-fashioned appreciation is your ticket.
But if all we got intentional about was learning to appreciate more, we’d be vibrationally home free.
Because when we’re in a state of appreciation, we’re a match for more good things.
Which is why so many spiritual teachers suggest keeping a gratitude journal, and why Abraham shares so many appreciation rampages.
I thought I had a pretty decent appreciation practice going until I read Pollyanna – and realized my skills had lots of room for improvement.
Becoming a good appreciator is mostly a matter of intention and practice.
It’s not rocket science, and you will see a direct correlation between making it a habit and the turn your life will take for the better.
But mostly I’m just suggesting that any time we think conscious creation stuff is complicated, that’s our cue to get back to basics, which could be anything like:
- looking for things to appreciate
- finding a better feeling thought
- following inner guidance
- pre-paving the day in advance
or any other process you’re called to.
When a fellow creator in self-help overwhelm asked the one thing she should practice, I suggested getting thankful was tough to beat for ease and effectiveness.
If your manifesting practice feels like you’re playing a game of Twister that’s more frustrating than joyful, it’s time for a change.
I’d love to hear how you keep things simple in your effective conscious creation routine …