Okay. What if I told you there was a little move you could do with your body that would make all your dreams come true? Like waving a wand, but no wand required. Would you want to know it? Of course we would! We like things easy! We like things magic! Okay, so … here’s […]Continue reading
The vibration of attachment can spoil a lot of manifesting parties.
(Because when our signal is filled with “need,” that’s what we get more of.)
Here’s how to know if attachment to results is holding up your success, and if so, what to do about it.
Conscious creators know that needing a certain outcome is a great way to make sure it doesn’t manifest. Because “need” is the opposite vibrational instruction of “have.” Which makes it a powerful vibe-kinker when it comes to getting what we want. So what do we do when we realize we’re attached to getting a particular result? Here’s […]Continue reading
Conscious creators are well taught about what a vibe-kinker “need” and attachment are. Which is why it’s wise to drop the need whenever we realize it’s in play. This last week a couple readers have asked the same question that goes something like this: But what about when you really need it? One example is […]Continue reading
Conscious creators are reminded time and again not to worry how our dream will unfold, but rather just to focus on the end result we desire and let Universe do the work. But I’ve seen another way we sometimes handicap our success – which is by focusing on the end result we think will make us happy. […]Continue reading
How to know if attachment is spoiling your manifesting game? Here’s a quick quiz to help you know whether your manifesting process could benefit from some “letting go” practices. It’s easy to believe our happiness or well-being depends on certain outcomes – like becoming financially stable, recovering our health, finding a good partner, etc. But […]Continue reading
It’s true that strong desire and strong belief are essential components to swift manifesting, but is it possible for our desire to become so strong it actually holds up the process? It’s easy to conclude that’s the case, when seeing that things we want the most also seem to be the things that take the longest […]Continue reading